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THIS year's congress of the British Veterinary Nursing Association (BVNA) was held at the International Conference Centre in Telford, Shropshire, from October 7 to 9. Delegates were able to attend lectures and quiz the experts across a range of different streams, such as anaesthesia, emergency medicine, equine practice and exotics, to name just a few. Additionally, workshops on bandaging, hydrotherapy and the art of suturing were available, so veterinary nurses could practise and hone their technique in these areas. Representatives from drug companies, food manufacturers, corporate veterinary practices and veterinary charities, among others, took part in the large exhibition that was held over the three days and were on hand to inform delegates about their latest products and services.⇓
An afternoon programme on the first day of congress featured a ‘science café’, which comprised a series of poster presentations from veterinary nurses who had undertaken research projects as part of their degrees. These …
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