Events

Apr 2015

Oct 2015

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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

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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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