The Role and Responsibility of the VN in Educating and Advising Clients on Companion Animal Needs, Care and Behaviour

Abstract

This bitesize lecture discusses the importance of the Veterinary Nurse’s role in taking time to educate and advise clients on the needs, care and behaviour of companion animals.  It looks at why this is so important and how it can be achieved.

Learning Outcomes

  • An understanding in why this role is so important
  • Confidence in educating and advising clients on the needs, care and behaviour of companion animals.

Author

Katherine Spear BA(Hons) PgDip RVN MBVNA

Notes

This is an Accessible lecture.  It  can be viewed without the need for sound.

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