The British Veterinary Dental Association and The British Veterinary Nursing Association have joined forces to offer a bite sized course worth 8 hours of CPD!
The programme, proudly supported by Pedigree & Whiskas and our media supporter, VN Times aims to provide nurses with the knowledge and skills to deliver effective oral care clinics, drive awareness of oral health and identify pets that are in need of oral care attention.
To gain the Certificate you will need to complete all 3 modules of the online course. This includes a series of webinars, instructional videos, short tasks and a final MCQ assessment paper.
Candidates will need to achieve a minimum of 70% in the final assessment, plus complete all of the short tasks in order to achieve the Oral Care Nurse Certificate.
Candidates that complete all the short tasks AND achieve over 80% in the final assessment will have the fantastic opportunity to attend a FREE bonus day of CPD at The WALTHAM® Centre for Pet Nutrition, held in September. This bonus day will include dedicated lectures by BVDA, a VIP guided tour and formal certificate and badge presentation.
I am delighted to invite you to attend our 44th Annual Congress in October. We have put together an exciting three day programme providing delegates with over 100 hours of CPD, a vast choice of comprehensive lectures each day, specialist workshops, free seminar sessions plus a large exhibition, where you can discover the latest innovations as well as the newest products from the industry.
We will also be hosting a Denim & Diamonds Dinner Dance on the Saturday evening which will bring the whole profession together in a relaxed and fun atmosphere.
Whether you are qualified, a student, new to the profession or a receptionist with a keen interest, the BVNA Congress offers outstanding CPD for the whole of the healthcare team!
Click here for more information and to register online now!
I hope to see you in October!
Sarah Collins discusses tube feeding, assisted feeding, why nutrition is important and how to select and use tubes. She also passes on her important top tips on how to meet your patient's nutritional needs.
Click the video below to view an introduction to the webinar
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Final month’s prize draw winners and expanding #VNVoice forum
Lucky veterinary nurse Clare Jones has received a New Year treat after she was drawn as the winner of the BVNA’s December #VNVoice competition.
Clare won £400 of shopping vouchers after she signed up and completed the December poll questions on BVNA’s members’ forum.
The latest polls (5&6) asked VNs for their experiences when it comes to giving advice on pets to clients, nurse consulting, and whether they offer advice on certain clinical conditions as a VN within their practice.
The number of VNs engaging in these poll topics was the highest yet, showing how nurses are keen to get to their #VNVoice heard and to spread the word across the veterinary profession. The headline results from the questions were as follows:
Vet referral to a nurse
80% were NOT surprised by Onswitch research that found only 4% of observed vet consultations resulted in a referral to a nurse.
The #VNVoice survey statistics appeared to agree with the Onswitch figures. When asked, “Within your own practice, of the cases which you feel could potentially have nurse led input, how often are you asked to get involved/referred to?”, 4% of respondents reported that cases were referred to them 75-100% of the time.
What clinics do nurses offer?
The most commonly-run nursing clinic or advice offered was in the topic of weight management. 87% of respondents said that they offered clinics on this subject. One respondent said, “We are talking to clients on reception or on the phone about many areas but the only one we have specific nurse clinics for is weight [management]”.
Other respondents talked about being able to offer a variety of clinics. The survey found that 47% gave advice for diabetic patients and 45% on wound management.
Use of nursing skills
Only 24% of respondents answered that their practice made great use of their skills
65% said they felt their practice made SOME use of their skills. A comment from one of the nurses explains, “In my experience, nurses are often under used in practice and especially when it comes to any species or condition specific knowledge they may have; which is a shame as many nurses have a favourite topic that they are hugely knowledgeable on and can offer vital assistance to the client / pet / team”.
Winners of December’s #VNVoice prize draw The winners of December’s VNVoice competition were Clare Jones who wins £400 of shopping vouchers, and Jessica Tattersall, who wins £150 of vouchers. Five runners-up – Sophie Bedford, Jo Oakden, Emma Osborne, Sarah Duckering and Rebecca Ridely win a £50 voucher each.
All winners receive the value of prizes in shopping vouchers. Congratulations to all!
Many thanks to all our generous sponsors who have made the prize draw possible.
BVNA President Sam Morgan said:
“I’m delighted that our responses are growing month on month – it shows the depth of feeling of our members about these topics. Nurse consulting is growing as a service within the profession and benefits both the client and the practice. However, it is disappointing that our #VNVoices have found such a variation. Some practices who have embraced nurse consulting have found benefits not only to their clients, but also to the nurses, who feel valued and that their career has progressed. Other practices who are not making the most of their nurses’ skills are not experiencing these benefits. I’d like to pull out one of the comments in particular, “I locum quite a lot at different places and I don't think nurse clinics are utilised a lot and unfortunately nurses tend to be in the back ground. The only advice I’ve been able to give was actually during my training which was on weight clinics. I have worked at a practice where the vets did all the clinics nurses could do including flea and worming”
“I believe that nurse consulting is an area of the veterinary nursing role that helps achieve two of the VN Futures’ aims, by offering a structured and rewarding career path and maximising nurses’ potential. Although nurse clinics are popular, I hope they will become more wide-spread.”
The portal competition has now come to a close but members are strongly encouraged to carry on participating in the polls, which will continue to run monthly. The online platform is run through Moodle and is open to all BVNA members, who can sign up to take part via the BVNA members’ section on the website http://www.bvna.org.uk/about-us/bvna-members-communication-portal
Any BVNA member interested in giving more in-depth feedback about the profession is encouraged to sign up to the Consultation Panel – you will be asked to complete longer surveys online on an occasional basis.
The data gathered from the poll questions and the Consultation Panel questionnaires is used to inform the BVNA Council so that they can use the feedback to further their services and representation for veterinary nursing profession.
For further information, visit http://www.bvna.org.uk/about-us/bvna-members-communication-portal
Pop along to Stand A406 in Discover Animals & meet some of Team BVNA!
We will be providing advice on a career in veterinary nursing and promoting National Veterinary Nursing Awareness Month | May 2014, an annual event that aims to raise the awareness of veterinary nurses and their importance within the practice to the general public, whilst promoting responsible pet care.
We look forward to seeing you there!
The Veterinary Defence Society insures the vast majority of veterinary surgeons practising in the UK. It specialises in reputation protection, quickly settling claims when appropriate, whilst resisting claims which are speculative or unjustified. The veterinary surgeons' VDS Professional Indemnity insurance policy has always extended to cover the negligent actions of the practice's non-veterinary employees, including nurses. In recent years VDS has seen significant growth in its involvement with members facing complaints made about them to the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. Cover under the VDS policy includes support and representation for veterinary surgeon members when faced with RCVS complaints, disciplinary proceedings or criminal charges relating to veterinary work. This is much more than a simple legal expenses policy.
In response to the College's declared intention to extend its disciplinary powers in the regulation of veterinary nurses, VDS now accepts RVNs as members and offers a policy to support its RVN members facing complaints made about them to the RCVS.
Complaints against a vet or nurse to the regulators of the veterinary profession are both stressful and personal, so it is important to ensure that there is an effective, experienced and knowledgeable support team available to assist all members with the handling of such complaints.
BVNA in 2017 will continue to deliver its part in the VN Futures projects; however, we will be looking to the profession to help us too. We would really like to inspire others to get involved in whatever they can to help drive our profession forward. We are at the start of some very exciting projects such as schedule 3 and production of a careers hub that will help start to develop the veterinary nursing profession.
Our VN Voice portal is going extremely well and has already led to producing some fantastic feedback which council can use to construct positioning statements and truly act as voices for its members! Please, if you have not signed up yet, make it a New Years resolution to get involved! Each poll will feature a handful of quick questions for you to answer and the more people we have feeding into it the better this will be!
BVNA council will be developing a new Officer Team to lead from October 2017; this will be a great sign of moving forward for BVNA bringing in new ideas to be the ‘Voice of the Profession’.
January 2017 will also see the start of our first cohort of students undertaking the BVNA Infection Control Course. With the success of our Wound Course, we hope that these courses will produce some fantastic results and our learners will be able to use and apply their extended knowledge within their day to day work.
BVNA will be continuing to work with RVN’s like Shakira Free-Miles to promote the campaign to end Breed Specific Legislation and being able to work with BVA on important topics such as Animal Welfare and Antimicrobial Resistance.
We will again be offering another year of CPD Roadshow Days, with a section of topics to fulfill everyone’s CPD requirements, alongside more webinars in VN Knowledge to be released each month which is free for members to access.
Our RCO team are continuing to work hard to provide local CPD for each of our regions, so look out for a meeting near you soon, we look forward to welcoming you there!
All in all, BVNA will continue to grow and strive to be the representative body its members are proud of. The New Year will see the 52nd year of BVNA and it is looking better than ever, we will continue to offer all our membership benefits but also work to develop new initiatives and way to support this profession.
From our student association (BAVNS), the National Veterinary Nursing Awareness month, our members helpline, the VNJ and not forgetting 2017 BVNA Congress, it is going to be another great year!
The best is yet to come, Happy New Year!
Samantha Morgan | BVNA President
After joining BVNA Council in October, I have been busy working on a project that involves investigating and compiling a list of all known bursaries available to our members nationally. As a member of the representative body, it is my opinion that this avenue remains relatively untouched with little or few applicants.
Feedback from former successful beneficiaries has confirmed that they had to do their own research into available assistance. It has become apparent that there are many opportunities for financial grants or bursaries. Each one with their own terms and conditions but none the less beneficial to the individual.
Those lucky enough to be awarded with a BVNA approved bursary have the opportunity to attend the BVNA Congress in October to be issued them formally. It appears that practices are very supportive in applications made for such assistance from their employers and for those that can make it, they gain further career advancing opportunities by attending seminars from the scientific programme and perusing the exhibition.
Feedback from two 2016 Kennel Club Bursary winners;
Many veterinary nurse training centres will be able to advise on more local grants available to students. One of my own students was awarded a local grant from a charitable fund to help toward her studies
Become a member of the BVNA to gain access to exclusive bursaries and grants.
The 2017 list and application forms are available on the website http://www.bvna.org.uk/members/bursaries
BVNA Member Lynn Irving RVN REVN and in conjunction with UCLan and Myerscough College, is currently studying for her BSc VN (Hons) Top up.
To complete her dissertation she is conducting a survey to discover if veterinary personnel within equine practices are utilising the gold standard protocol for skin preparation of routine equine arthroscopies and synoviocentesis, and understand why.
All the data will be collected anonymously and kept confidential, and used only for the purpose of the study. This questionnaire is being distributed to equine hospitals and practices throughout the UK to veterinary personnel involved in the skin preparation of equines prior to routine arthroscopies and synoviocentesis.
Thank you so much for taking time to complete this questionnaire https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/BYBXHK5
Development of Feline Behaviour
Nicky Trevorrow, Behaviour Manager at Cats Protection speaks on all the factors that can affect an individual cat's behaviour. Anything from genetics to kitten socialisation to looking at the cat's current environment.
The Animal Welfare Foundation (AWF) Discussion Forum takes place every year in London. The Forum offers a day of educational talks on current topics from renowned animal welfare speakers. This includes lively debate and discussion and the opportunity to network amongst like-minded professionals.AWF recognises that Veterinary Nurses have a unique position in the veterinary profession and is keen to engage with VNs in order to further improve animal welfare. In collaboration with the BVNA, AWF has very kindly offered TWO free places, specifically for Veterinary Nurses, at the Discussion Forum on Monday 6th June 2016. This includes £50 worth of travel expenses and an invitation to an evening drinks reception at the House of Commons following the event.
The day will constitute 5 hours of CPD. More information can be found on the AWF website: http://www.bva-awf.org.uk/events
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BVNA would like to congratulate past President, Bonny Millar, on being nominated as one of the three finalists for the prestigious National Equine Forum (NEF) Sir Colin Spedding Award for 2017, in recognition of her contribution to the equine profession.
Bonny was congratulated and presented with her certificate of nomination by HRH Princess Anne during the National Equine Forum on Thursday 2nd March 2017.
To read more about Bonny and the other finalists please visit http://www.thegaitpost.com/three-awe-inspiring-people-shortlisted-for-award/ or to listen to Bonny’s story please visit https://www.acast.com/horsehour/nef-bonnymillar-sircolinspeddingawardfinalist
BVNA are delighted to announce the appointment of our new Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire & Cambridgeshire Regional Co-ordinator (RCO), Emily Chapman RVN.
To find out more about Emily please follow: http://www.bvna.org.uk/…/cpd-regions-bedfordshire-and-hertf…
Please like our regional Facebook page to keep you abreast of all future CPD meetings being held in Beds/Herts/Cambs - thank you!https://www.facebook.com/bedshertsrco/
The Veterinary Nursing Journal is the official journal of the British Veterinary Nursing Association, published by Taylor and Francis and has a double blind peer-review process with an international editorial board.
For those that have never written articles before then this link may be of use: http://www.tandfonline.com/…/…/10.1080/17415349.2016.1218196
The following link, Writing for VNJ, also gives some information on the submission process. Successful authors are paid once the article is published, it looks great on your CV and also counts as CPD!
We are interested in many different topics but in particular currently are looking for articles on Nursing Consults and Clinics, Emergency and Critical Care, Rabbits and Nutrition.
If you are interested we would be delighted to hear from you, please email Sam McMillan on VNJeditorinchief@bvna.co.uk
BVNA is delighted to hear that Kathy Kissick has been announced as the winner for this years RCVS Queen's Medal.
RCVS College Announces Award Winners
The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) is pleased to announce Dr Barry Johnson as the winner of this year’s Queen’s Medal, and Kathy Kissick as the winner of this year’s Golden Jubilee Award. These awards are the highest honours the College can bestow upon a veterinary surgeon and veterinary nurse respectively.
Dr Barry Johnson is the Chairman of World Horse Welfare, travelling internationally and lecturing on behalf of the charity with a particular involvement in fundraising, profile-enhancing and education. He is also the Chairman of the World Horse Welfare International Committee, and a regional representative for the Veterinary Benevolent Fund as well as being Deputy Lord Lieutenant for Lancashire.
After graduating from the University of Liverpool in 1969 he established an equine and farm animal practice in 1974 on the Fylde Coast. He then quickly became involved in many other lines of work, lecturing at the Myerscough College for thirty years, acting on the Agricultural Training Board, and serving as RCVS President from 1993-1994. He was also an RCVS Council Member for 28 years (1986-1998; 2000-2016) and served on many RCVS Committees.
Regarding the award, Barry said: "This is an enormous honour for a practitioner from Lancashire. I have always enjoyed being a veterinary surgeon and am grateful to my colleagues and clients for making my career so fulfilling rewarding and fun.”
He was nominated by fellow veterinary surgeon, Dr Peter Jinman, a current member of RCVS Council. In his nomination Dr Jinman said: “There are few members who have contributed so much of their personal time for the benefit of the veterinary profession both locally and nationally… That this has been done often without the knowledge of the public or the rest of the profession and at no little personal expense, demands recognition… Barry represents the very best of what a veterinary practitioner can achieve both in terms of his profession and in wider society.”
Kathy Kissick is a trustee of the Alderney Animal Welfare Society and has previously acted as the Head of School for Veterinary Nursing and Farriery Science at Mysercough College in Lancashire. She qualified as a veterinary nurse in 1983 and, since then, has acted as an external examiner and adviser for a number of veterinary nursing course providers over the years and is currently on the editorial board for The Veterinary Nurse.
She has also been very active within the RCVS, initially as a nursing examiner and then as both a Member and then Chair of the RCVS Veterinary Nurses Council.
Regarding the award, Ms Kissick said: “I am delighted, honoured and humbled to accept the Golden Jubilee award and hope that I can continue to inspire veterinary nurses, throughout their careers, to always do the very best for their patients, clients and colleagues but not to forget to follow their dreams.”
She was nominated by Lynne Kerrigan, a colleague and former student of Kathy’s. In her nomination Mrs Kerrigan said: “She has become a role model for both aspiring and qualified veterinary nurses through her relentless passion and tenacity to raise the profile of veterinary nursing and her continuous drive to achieve improved recognition and protection of the title veterinary nurse.”
The winners will receive the accolade at this year’s RCVS Day, our Annual General Meeting and Awards Day, which takes place on Friday 7 July at the Royal Institute of British Architects.
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BVNA is delighted to announce that its #VNVoice community portal is attracting more and more VNs, who are making their voices heard by completing the online polls.
The November topics included behaviour and the RVN’s role in relation to Schedule 3. The results show the depth of passion that runs through the veterinary nursing profession about what tasks nurses can and can’t do. Some of the results are shown below.
Poll 3: Behaviour
More than 90% of VNs had assisted in a euthanasia for behaviour reasons;
No respondents said they’d refused to help euthanase an animal for behaviour reasons;
33% of respondents said they encouraged the owner to find a different solution, such as rehoming.
Poll 4: Schedule 3
87% of those polled said they understand how Schedule 3 impacts on what VNs can and can’t do in practice;
11% were unsure of the impact of Schedule 3;
76% of VNs polled agreed they would like to see a list of medical or surgical procedures as part of the Schedule 3 exemptions that could be undertaken by RVNs.
When asked ‘Which of these statements do you agree with…’ The results were very close:
Schedule 3 should be a …Guide that is flexible to an individual’s skill levels and competency 44%
…Be a definite list of procedures that RVNs can and can’t do 42%
These results are just the tip of the iceberg and BVNA received some amazing comments and feedback from VNs on both topics, some of which will be taken forward by the association to help represent to other bodies the views of the nursing profession.
Members were asked to respond to a number of topics, for which they gained points to be entered into a monthly prize draw, giving them more chance of winning each time. The online platform is run through Moodle and is open to all BVNA members, who can sign up to take part via the BVNA members’ section on the website http://www.bvna.org.uk/about-us/bvna-members-communication-portal
The winners of our November #VNVoice prize draw are as follows:
Don’t forget, the competition runs for another month, so if you haven’t already signed up to the forum do it now to have a chance of winning a prize in the December competition!
If you have not yet considered applying, read previous winner Casey Plain's post-training report and find out why you should apply today!
CLICK HERE TO READ CASEY'S REPORT
CLICK HERE for more information and TO DOWNLOAD APPLICATION FORMS
Louise was a valued member of the BVNA for two decades and was an inspirational, award winning Veterinary Nurse impacting on the professional and personal lives of many.
BVNA President Wendy Nevins said:
"We are all shocked and saddened to hear of the sudden passing of Louise over the weekend. "Louise achieved so much throughout her career in practice, in education and as an author and advocate for veterinary nursing worldwide. Her contributions and companionship will be greatly missed."
Samantha Shand of Sleaford, Lincolnshire has been named 'Vet Nurse of the Year' by Blue Cross pet charity. It is the second time Samantha has won the award, first scooping the title in 2012. Samantha, a vet nurse at Quarrington Veterinary Surgery, has been nominated for her contribution “above and beyond her role, both for her commitments to charitable work and education”.
Samantha was presented with her award by David Catlow, Blue Cross Head of Veterinary Clinical Services, on Friday 7 October at the British Veterinary Nursing Association (BVNA) Congress in Telford, Shropshire
David said: “Congratulations to Samantha for winning the award, especially for the second time and from a record number of nominations - over 200! Blue Cross gives this annual award in recognition of the hard work of vet nurses across the UK and Samantha is a highly dedicated vet nurse who really goes that extra mile to improve the lives of pets, support their owners and work passionately to improve animal welfare."
On receiving the award Samantha said: “I felt really emotional when I heard I had won the award for the second time. To win it once, let alone twice, is incredibly humbling. I’m sure there are others in the profession who do more.”
Blue Cross does not receive any government funding and relies on donations to continue its valuable work. To make a donation, find out more about the charity and pets needing new homes visit www.bluecross.org.uk
Anaphylaxis in dogs and cats
US Veterinary Technician Megan Brashear talks about how to recognise and treat anaphylaxis in dogs and cats.
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The results of BVNA’s first polls, put on its members’ website to elicit the views of the Association’s members and encourage sign up to its new “VNVoice” portal, have been announced today (November 1).
The poll results included the following highlights:
“Are you aware of VN Futures?” 61.5% Yes 30.7% No 7.7% Not sure
“Of the six VN Futures ambitions which are the most important to you?” (tick all that apply) 75.4% Structured and rewarding career pathâ¨ 64.9% Maximising nurses’ potentialâ¨ 63.1% A confident, resilient, healthy and well supported workforce 50.8% A clarified and bolstered VN role via a reformed schedule 3 36.8% Creating a sustainable workforceâ¨ 24.5% Proactive role in one healthâ¨
“Please tell us why?” (selection of comments): “My nursing career is very important to me, but I feel that sometimes my career development options are limited by lack of knowledge and understanding of the VN role and just what we are capable of.”
“The veterinary industry is lagging behind the rest of the UK with regard to employee rights, health and welfare and this review is very welcome!”
“It is essential for veterinary nurses to take responsibility for moving the profession forward and creating a strong and supportive network for themselves and others. A pathway to provide clarification to duties and responsibilities and creating a profession that individuals want to stay in.”
“I am keen to support all of the VN Futures ambitions. If any of these can be achieved I believe more nurses can be supported and utilised, thus, helping to maintain a healthy and stable profession.”
BVNA is delighted to announce the winners of its VNVoice competition this month are Steph Worsley, who wins £400 of shopping vouchers, and Kerry Stonehouse, who wins £150 of vouchers. Five runners-up – Judy Blythe, Sarah Milne, Laura Frith, Rachel Sims and Vicky Cloherty win a £50 voucher each.
BVNA President Sam Morgan said:
"BVNA are delighted at the numbers of members who have already signed up for the ‘VN Voice’ portal. We feel this shows the commitment of veterinary nurses towards their profession and their continued development.
“We hope that more veterinary nurses join us, as we increase the number of topics under discussion, so we can build on the engagement with our members and develop a bigger voice in the profession.
“Congratulations to our first VNVoice winners, Steph and Kerry, and our runners up. Thanks to everyone who signed up and took part throughout October and a big vote of thanks to our fantastic sponsors who have made these amazing prizes a reality.”
In the online competition vet nurses were asked what they viewed as the most common animal welfare issue in practice today. The winners both cited owner education as a major issue, with a lack of awareness of their pet's welfare needs leading to issues such as obesity and behavioural problems.
AWF Chairman Tiffany Hemming, who judged the competition,said "The standard of entries was really high and included some great suggestions for how AWF can get vet nurses more involved in our work. BVNA already has a voice within AWF through its representative Jill Macdonald and we look forward to working with Jill to put these ideas into action."
BVNA President Kirstie Shield said "BVNA are delighted to be working with the AWF to ensure that the essential input of Veterinary Nurses contributes to the fantastic work undertaken by the AWF. This contribution is evident by the high standard and volume of entries received; BVNA would like to congratulate both deserving winners."
RVN places at the Discussion Forum cost £50. It's a unique event with high quality speakers covering a range of issues and plenty of time for audience participation. It aims to highlight welfare issues, debate solutions and spark practical improvements. Topics under discussion this year include animal hoarding, pet health MOTs and the horse passport system. The event is worth 4.5 hours of CPD. The full programme and registration is available via the AWF website.
In this latest webinar Alexandra Taylor discusses the numerous pathogens which cause cat flu, focusing on Feline Herpesvirus (FHV) and Feline Calcivirus (FCV), clinical signs, incubation periods, preventing transmission, treatments and supporting owners of cats with the disease.
If not, want to find out what it's all about?
All sessions from the main stage at this year's event are available to view FREE at BVNA's VN Knowledge until 30th November.
Why not head to http://fsmevents.com/bvna/ to start watching. If you have not yet registered to view our webinars, please visit www.vnknowledge.co.uk for more information.
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