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THIS year's congress of the British Veterinary Nursing Association (BVNA), held at Telford's International Centre from October 9 to 11, had a celebratory feel. This was because 2015 not only marks the 50th anniversary of the BVNA; it has also seen the introduction of the new RCVS Royal Charter. The new charter clarifies the role of the RCVS, sets out its purposes, and confirms the College as the regulator of veterinary nurses. It also meant that Registered Veterinary Nurses could be formally established as registered professionals and use the postnominals RVN.
The congress featured a varied programme including equine, feline …