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NZVNA is an organisation that supports Veterinary Nurses and promotes  training and ongoing continuing education  throughout New Zealand.

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The NZVNA AGM will be held on Thursday, 19th June at 11.30 am at Claudelands Event Centre, Hamilton, Brooklyn Room 1during the NZVA/NZVNA Annual Conference
Earlybird registrations for the NZVA/NZVNA Conference in Hamilton, 16th-20th June are now open.
Download the registration form here
Click here for the Programme

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By becoming a member of NZVNA you become part of a group of dedicated and enthusiastic veterinary nurses or veterinary nursing students who are passionate about their career and want to make a difference

Renew Your Membership

It now couldn't be easier to renew your membership - just follow the link below

Enrol in the AVNP

The Accredited Veterinary Nurse Programme will enable you to  maintain your currency,  increase your knowledge and skill levels, and  gain recognition for your work.

Support NZVNA

The New Zealand Veterinary Nursing Association is a non-profit organisation dedicated to promoting and representing veterinary nurses. If you would like to support NZVNA, please follow the link


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Check out our online shop.  We now have Proceedings and Journals for sale as well as Nurses Fob Watches


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       Hill's Pet Nutrition - proud sponsor of
New Zealand Veterinary Nursing Association

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Key Member Benefits

  • NZVNA Journal
  • HR and OSH advice
  • Reduced Conference fees
  • SciQuest Veterinary Nursing Library


About Us

The NZVNA strives to protect, promote

and provide the highest standards of

veterinary nursing care


Contact Us

0800 868 773

For more contact details please

check out the Council Contact List

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