Jane RVN News
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It is said that good news comes by phone and bad news comes by mail (thanks to David Lodge) and as yet email hasn’t been categorised… Earlier this month I had some lovely good news come by email – I have been named as a finalist AGAIN in the Animal Star Awards.
In 2018 I was a finalist in the pet blogger of the year and sadly didn’t win but it is amazing to be recognised so I was really pleased with that. Then this year another email and I’m a finalist in TWO categories! Pet blogger AND vet nurse of the year! WOW! I am stunned as I just keep writing and being me, and then someone pops up to say ‘Thank You’ for doing that with a nomination.
Awards ceremony is in October and I’m taking Ebony so we will post about our adventures then!
From now until Christmas is going to be SUPER BUSY! I’m speaking at 4 conferences and you can find out about those below. I’m also starting my PhD and I’ve been told thats quite a lot of work 😉
I’m delighted to be working with RCVS Knowledge and the University of Kent to research the RCVS archives during the period of the setting up of the RCVS and the granting of the royal charter – a very complex period in history! Read more here
After last years fabulous inaugural event I’m very pleased to be invited back! Heading up #PlanetRVN to share the team aspect of ur work and wellbeing, appearing on panels and generally enjoying myself in the yoga sessions! Can’t wait to see VetYogi again! Check her Youtube channel for bitesized vet work inspired 5 min sessions! Find out more here
I’m very grateful to Scottish BSAVA for inviting me to speak on my environmental passions and focus on the reducing the carbon footprint of the veterinary clinic. Join me on Sunday 8th at 3.30pm to find out more. See the programme here
I’m heading to BVNA to talk all things OSCEs and host some Learn Better workshops based on activities and downloads from my book ‘Research and Study Skills for Veterinary Nurses’. I’m looking forward to seeing you all there! Check the programme here
Learn Better workshops are Sunday at 10am so no going crazy on Saturday night! Come along to try Vet Nurse Dictionary Pictionary, X-ray Blockbusters, and more! Its first come first serve so bring your breakfast so you’re fuelled to learn!
Almost the last event of the year! I’ll be here talking about social media and utilising nursing skills across the whole clinic. A very exciting end to the year! See you there, Friday afternoon for both sessions! I’ll be covering safe social media use, including the hot topic of jigsaw identification! See the programme here
You missed me at:
The Vet Festival 2019 - 7/8th June
Its going to be sunny, I’m glamping AND its the first event since my book officially launched! Come and join me and 5M Publishers for some ways to Learn Better in 2019! Check #PlanetRVN for more updates closer to the time! (7/8th June!)
Yes, back again to BSAVA. No paddle boarding the canals this year, but a sneak preview of my book was allowed!
Thanks to everyone who came to take part in Learning without Landfill AND the Learn Better sessions!
Clinical Coach Congress 2019
I was delighted to be speaking to those who support student vet nurses in clinic – the clinical coaches. A fun and interactive session ending with delegates creating their own OSCEs!
AVS - Association of Vet Students 2019
Hosting a triage session, a practical lab sessions as well as introduce the great How to Make Friends concept and how it can help with EMS
As the most popular vet nurse blogger I spoke at the 2018 congress about Promoting the profession through Social Media. A chance to share my social media journey while navigating copyright and the RCVS Code of Conduct.
As a co-founder of Learning Without Landfill I was invited to speak at the Wellvet weekend about Jo and I’s journey of promoting cultural change “Ideas to Reality” the #lwlpledge story
Vets Stay Go Diversify LIVE 2018
I provided a TalkShop on writing as an alternative or add-on career which was really well attended. Lots of great questions on blogs, academic writing and medical writing.
Following on from last years successful social media panel at BSAVA I was been invited back to take part in a panel on vlogs and videos to promote the veterinary practice. Find out how and why I started videos and vlogs, what I’ve learnt and how this can help you.
Friday at 4.50pm in the Hyatt Ballroom with me and James Greenwood!
An amazing panel on using social media with my fellow Vet Times blogger Nick Marsh and Cat the Vet.