Emergency and critical care workshops
Date: Wednesday 27 - Friday 29 September 2017 (Day 1 is dedicated to veterinary nurses)
Venue: Massey University, Palmerston North
Contact Hannah Schrader, firstname.lastname@example.org,
+64 4 495 1140 for more details or view course details here
Presented by Dr Stacey Tremain
Practical tips for the surgical nurse – taking patient care from good to great!’
Friday 13th October 2017 Time:
Auckland Bible Church. 300 Great South Road, Greenlane, Auckland
$25 early bird tickets until 15th September ($30 after this date)
Food and drink provided!
Proudly sponsored by Royal Canin
ALL proceeds going towards the New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation For more information check out our Face Book page
To register please click on the following link below - IMPORTANT!! Please follow the instructions on how to register as we need you to fill in your name in a couple of separate places on the form for us to be able to see your details!
2017 NZVA Wildlife Society Annual Conference
The vet nurse conference is a one day stream dedicated to both experienced and non-experienced veterinary nurses wanting to learn and gain more knowledge in avian medicine, anaesthesia and clinical techniques. The day will be run by two nurses from the University of Queensland Small Animal Hospital’s Avian and Exotics department
Wednesday, 29th November
Cost: $80 registration fee (earlybird).
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