Events

Nov 2014

0211

QLD Division presents “Veterinary Nurse Symposium”

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0311

VNCA NSW Division Meeting

Come along and join the VNCA NSW Committee for their monthly meeting!  All members are welcome!  Dinner provided at 6pm, meeting commences at 6.30pm.  Please RSVP to Alison for catering purposes.

For any inquiries please call Alison on 0406 319 855 or email nsw@vnca.asn.au

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0511

WA Division presents “Tell me the Points about Joints”

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1011

VNCA VIC Division Meeting

Come along and join the VNCA VIC Committee for their monthly meeting!  All members are welcome!  Meeting commences at 7.30pm.  Please RSVP if you wish to attend!

To RSVP or for any inquiries please call Chris on 0419 300 830 or email vic@vnca.asn.au

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1311

VNCA SA Division Meeting

Come along and join the VNCA SA Committee for their monthly meeting!  All members are welcome!  Meeting commences at 7.30pm.  Please RSVP if you wish to attend.

To RSVP or for any inquiries please call Jo on 0407 972 451 or email sadiv@vnca.asn.au

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1511

BOOKED OUT!! VIC Division presents “Go Native”

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1911

VNCA WA Division Meeting

Come along and join the VNCA WA Committee for their monthly meeting!  All members are welcome!  Meeting commences at 7.00pm and are held in the Tutorial Meeting Rooms at Murdoch University Veterinary Hospital.

To RSVP or for any inquiries please call Yvonne on 0412 985 176 or email wadiv@vnca.asn.au

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2011

VNCA SA Division presents “Daily Dog Dilemmas”

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Dec 2014

0112

VNCA NSW Division Meeting

Come along and join the VNCA NSW Committee for their monthly meeting!  All members are welcome!  Dinner provided at 6pm, meeting commences at 6.30pm.  Please RSVP to Alison for catering purposes.

For any inquiries please call Alison on 0406 319 855 or email nsw@vnca.asn.au

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1012

VNCA VIC Division Meeting

Come along and join the VNCA VIC Committee for their monthly meeting!  All members are welcome!  Meeting commences at 7.30pm.  This meeting is a webinar so you can do it from home.  If you wish to join us, please RSVP, so we can give you instructions on how to join this webinar meeting!

To RSVP or for any inquiries please call Chris on 0419 300 830 or email vic@vnca.asn.au

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1112

VNCA SA Division Meeting

Come along and join the VNCA SA Committee for their monthly meeting!  All members are welcome!  Meeting commences at 7.30pm.  Please RSVP if you wish to attend.

To RSVP or for any inquiries please call Jo on 0407 972 451 or email sadiv@vnca.asn.au

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Oct 2015

0910

Vet Nurse Day 2015

Vet Nurse Day 2015

WHAT IS VETERINARY NURSES DAY?

  • VN Day is a VNCA initiative to raise awareness of the importance of veterinary nurses to both the public and to the veterinary industry
  • It is a day to celebrate and recognise the contributions of veterinary nurses to the Australian veterinary team

THE AIMS ARE:

  • To educate the public about this vital member of the veterinary medical team
  • To reinforce the value and professionalism of veterinary nurses to veterinarians and the public
  • To provide an opportunity for veterinary nurses to acknowledge one another for excellent performance in their work

WHEN IS IT?

  • 9th October 2015

HOW DO I CELEBRATE IT?

  • Decorate your practice with the posters and banner provided by the VNCA to bring it to the attention of the public
  • Use Vet Nurse Day as an opportunity to showcase your facilities and services by holding an open day or hospital tours in which nurses are featured
  • Individual nurses could go into the community, schools, nursing homes, pet clubs etc and talk about their work
  • Nurses could receive accolades from their employers with a celebration, reward or specific acknowledgement to clients
  • Nurses run specific displays or seminars in-practice to highlight the many roles they perform – team consulting, weight loss and puppy socialisation programmes, microchip implanting, radiography, surgical and clinical support etc.
  • Utilise provided press release & contact local media (eg radio & newspapers) to highlight the role of veterinary nurses to the public

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Oct 2016

1410

Vet Nurse Day 2016

Vet Nurse Day 2016

WHAT IS VETERINARY NURSES DAY?

  • VN Day is a VNCA initiative to raise awareness of the importance of veterinary nurses to both the public and to the veterinary industry
  • It is a day to celebrate and recognise the contributions of veterinary nurses to the Australian veterinary team

THE AIMS ARE:

  • To educate the public about this vital member of the veterinary medical team
  • To reinforce the value and professionalism of veterinary nurses to veterinarians and the public
  • To provide an opportunity for veterinary nurses to acknowledge one another for excellent performance in their work

WHEN IS IT?

  • 14th October 2016

HOW DO I CELEBRATE IT?

  • Decorate your practice with the posters and banner provided by the VNCA to bring it to the attention of the public
  • Use Vet Nurse Day as an opportunity to showcase your facilities and services by holding an open day or hospital tours in which nurses are featured
  • Individual nurses could go into the community, schools, nursing homes, pet clubs etc and talk about their work
  • Nurses could receive accolades from their employers with a celebration, reward or specific acknowledgement to clients
  • Nurses run specific displays or seminars in-practice to highlight the many roles they perform – team consulting, weight loss and puppy socialisation programmes, microchip implanting, radiography, surgical and clinical support etc.
  • Utilise provided press release & contact local media (eg radio & newspapers) to highlight the role of veterinary nurses to the public

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Oct 2017

1310

Vet Nurse Day 2017

Vet Nurse Day 2017

WHAT IS VETERINARY NURSES DAY?

  • VN Day is a VNCA initiative to raise awareness of the importance of veterinary nurses to both the public and to the veterinary industry
  • It is a day to celebrate and recognise the contributions of veterinary nurses to the Australian veterinary team

THE AIMS ARE:

  • To educate the public about this vital member of the veterinary medical team
  • To reinforce the value and professionalism of veterinary nurses to veterinarians and the public
  • To provide an opportunity for veterinary nurses to acknowledge one another for excellent performance in their work

WHEN IS IT?

  • 13th October 2017

HOW DO I CELEBRATE IT?

  • Decorate your practice with the posters and banner provided by the VNCA to bring it to the attention of the public
  • Use Vet Nurse Day as an opportunity to showcase your facilities and services by holding an open day or hospital tours in which nurses are featured
  • Individual nurses could go into the community, schools, nursing homes, pet clubs etc and talk about their work
  • Nurses could receive accolades from their employers with a celebration, reward or specific acknowledgement to clients
  • Nurses run specific displays or seminars in-practice to highlight the many roles they perform – team consulting, weight loss and puppy socialisation programmes, microchip implanting, radiography, surgical and clinical support etc.
  • Utilise provided press release & contact local media (eg radio & newspapers) to highlight the role of veterinary nurses to the public

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