NewsTammy Wynn of Cincinnati, Ohio, has been named the 2023 Clinic Champion of the Year for her work helping pets and people through veterinary end-of-life care.
Veterinary nurses have many different opportunities in veterinary medicine. Conservation work can be a blend of exotic medicine, public health, and something new every day.
NewsThe editor-in-chief of Today’s Veterinary Nurse, Kara M. Burns, is the first veterinary nurse/technician to receive the award.
Personal/Professional DevelopmentAs the veterinary nursing profession continues to develop around the world, it is important to consider how we fit in to animal health care worldwide as well as cultural nuances.
NewsVet Nurse+Tech HiVE, taking place during this National Veterinary Technician Week, will be the first event as a part of the newly announced NAVC HiVE.
Personal/Professional DevelopmentStudying isn't always as easy as re-reading a textbook or some notes. In order to study efficiently and successfully, utilize multiple learning styles and boost your confidence with the power of reflection.
Personal/Professional DevelopmentThe veterinary assisting program at Elmwood Correctional Facility offers a veterinary nurse the chance to share her passion for veterinary medicine.
ToxicologyLearn more about these pet poisons, their effects on body systems, and ways to help educate pet owners about their risk.
Today’s Veterinary Nurse and Midmark honor Windi Wojdak, the senior director of Rural Area Veterinary Services, as the 2022 Clinic Champion of the Year.