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Guide Dog pups enjoy Easter treat hunt

New experiences help puppies prepare for their futures
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Chatter box HM The Queen, accompanied by HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, has officially unveiled ZSL Whipsnade Zoo’s brand new Centre for Elephant Care.

Set amidst 30 acres of rolling paddocks, the custom-designed Centre for Elephant Care is the new home for the Zoo’s herd of nine Asian elephants.

The Centre will provide more than 700m² of indoor space and contains an array of elephant-friendly features, including dimming lights to mimic night-time and one metre-deep soft sand flooring.  Chatter box

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Welsh rugby star to speak at BVNA Congress

RVN will share her experiences of team environments
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"Where do we see the profession in 2025?"

BSAVA Congress session reviews evolution of the vet nursing profession
BVNA invites clinical abstracts for congress 2017

Online abstract submission now open
BVNA elects Wendy Nevins as junior VP

Wendy set to become president in October
CQ launches VN Educator of the Year Awards

New awards pay tribute to staff that support VN students
Veterinary nurses set to celebrate at CQ graduation

Graduates will hear an inspiring keynote speech by Alice Roberts
“It’s time to help others like me”

VN Council candidate will use his background to 'break barriers'
VN candidate advocates 'educational culture'

Susan Howarth believes education should be tailor-made for nurses
Veterinary nurses to receive advanced critical care training

Scholarships made available for up to three nurses
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New manual to help producers use medicines responsibly

A new manual to help sheep and beef producers use medicines responsibly has been published by AHDB Beef & Lamb.

The Better Returns Programme manual, Using Medicines Correctly for Better Returns, outlines the key principles when using medicines on the farm.

It includes making sure the medicine and correct dose is used at the right time, and that it is stored and administered correctly. It also explains the importance of using antibiotics and anthelmintics responsibly to avoid the build up of resistance.

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