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5m publishes Research and Study Skills for Veterinary Nurses

Award winning blogger and veterinary nurse Jane Davidson (Jane RVN) has written Research and Study Skills for Veterinary Nurses

Jane Davidson’s Research and study skills for veterinary nurses offers essential advice for student vet nurses who need a reliable resource to guide them through their course.

Jane says: “In practice and in college I have seen the struggles facing vet nursing students, particularly the limited resources and time available to students to improve their academic skills. Improving academic skills might seem a world away from cleaning a kennel but it is only with academic skills to understand the clinical skills we use that a vet nurse can improve throughout their career… This book is for everyone training as a vet nurse or vet tech across the globe.”

Research and study skills for veterinary nurses guides veterinary nurses and technicians through the various research and study disciplines required of them. It discusses why these academic skills are now required of the veterinary nurse, different types of source material, how to complete written assignments, how to reference properly, how to approach different test questions, exam preparation, how to respond to oral exams, how to complete OSCEs, CPD training and work-based practical assessments.

Research and Study Skills for Veterinary Nurses is now available to buy at the RRP of £24.95. You can find out more about the book here. You can read Jane’s blog here, and connect on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook with #PlanetRVN or @JaneRVN.

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