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Lost animal made it back to the sea for the new year
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Chatter box Following the success of WSAVA's 'One Care' initiative in Asia, the organisation plans to extend it to new regions. The project has been running for three years and aims to improve standards of care in countries where companion animal practice is still emerging. Among other successes, in the past 12 months, One Care has seen the Veterinary Practitioners of Thailand develop its own hospital standards, and the Philippines Animal Hospital Association develop an animal welfare assessment framework.

One Care leader Dr Siraya Chunekamrai is planning an initiative with the Cambodian Veterinary Medical Association, which is keen to develop the profession in the country during 2017. Chatter box

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BVNA confirms donation to British Hen Welfare Trust

Organisation thanks everyone involved
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WVS launches bursary for veterinary nurses

Bursary now available for three volunteering trips
Symposium looks to the future of veterinary nursing

Delegates gather for Central Qualifications event
New standards for VN apprenticeship discussed

Employer Group considers entry requirements, duration and behaviour
How is your personal branding looking?

Responsibility can be delegated, accountability can not
VNs discuss future of common parasites

Joy Howell reviews common challenges faced by small animal practices
Is there a better way of doing this?

Evidence-based medicine is simply a change in thinking
VNs learn how to safely anaesthetise unusual animals

Matthew Rendle looks at how to approach unusual species
Put patient nursing first in high-dependency cases

Make check lists part of everything you do
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NOAH Compendium 2017 out now

The 2017 edition of NOAH's Compendium of Data Sheets for Animal Medicines is now available and a free copy has been sent to every veterinary practice in the UK. The compendium is also available online and was launched as a smartphone app in November. If your practice has not received a copy, contact Amy Davis at NOAH:
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