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Code Breakers

  While highly sought after by intelligence agencies Code Breakers in the vet nursing world aren't as sought after. The Code of Conduct is not there to be broken, it's the one written piece of guidance that protects the title ‘Veterinary Nurse’. Check the Code of...

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Over the holiday seasons out routine change, which is great for us but can have a negative impact on our cats. If you see a new cat visiting your garden is it 'stray' or just trying out new spaces as the usual inhabitant of these gardens is on 'holiday' in a cattery?...

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Whatever the reason was for having a break from work it can take some time to fit back in. You've changed, the teams worked without you for a while and I'm sure that clients, medication protocols and more have also changed. What can you, and the team do to ensure...

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If you have spent time away from using your clinical skills or work in a very specialised filed you might think it would be a good idea to head back to first opinion practice to brush up on your every day vet nursing skills. There are many ways to do this in formal...

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