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Chronic Illness Tool Kit

Working and living with a chronic illness or condition is a challenge for many veterinary nurses. We’re aware of the […]

BVNA Bursaries & Funding

Are you looking for help funding your training, CPD or research? Applicants must be a current BVNA member – Click […]

VN Futures

This is a joint initiative between the BVNA and the RCVS which was set up in 2016. The BVNA President […]

VN Diversity, Inclusivity & Widening Participation Working Group

Who are DIWP? We are the VN Diversity, Inclusivity & Widening Participation Working Group. The group aims to enlist allies […]

Student Toolkit

We know how it feels to be juggling work, studying, exams, finances, and life outside veterinary nursing. That’s why BVNA […]

BVNA Strategic Plan 2023/2024

BVNA’s Vision, Mission and Values as detailed within the latest Strategic Plan for 2023/2024. To view the plan please click […]

BVNA Welfare of Pets in Schools Toolkit

BVNA support the veterinary nursing profession by providing membership, representation, CPD, and so much more. Animal welfare is also of […]

BVNA ‘Protect the Title’ campaign

Following the release of preliminary results in February 2023, BVNA have now released a report detailing the results of our […]

Menopause Toolkit

As part of our fourth campaign for the VN Futures DIWP Working Group, we have put together a free-to-access menopause […]

The Daphne Shipman Benevolent Fund

The Daphne Shipman Benevolent Fund was set up in memory of veterinary nurse Daphne Shipman. Daphne was the Chief Steward […]

BVNA Supports Investors in the Environment

Our commitment to sustainability and the environment has always been an important part of the induction process for staff, and […]

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