Head Nurse Congress 2022 is aimed specifically at head veterinary nurses and practice managers, exploring the responsibilities and challenges behind the roles. During the online event, delegates will be able to listen to a range of talks from expert speakers and gain eight hours of CPD – all from the comfort of their own home.
Head Nurse Congress 2022 is sponsored by the Veterinary Management Group (VMG) and programme highlights include:
- Anne-Marie Svendsen Aylott, MRCVS, from PurpleCat Coaching Ltd, starting congress with a talk all about emotional intelligence skills
- Gemma Barmby, BVetMed, MRCVS, from Vet Dynamics, discussing how to juggle your managerial and clinical workloads
- Jessica May, MRCVS, and Silvia Janska, MRCVS, from Flexee, answering the questions everyone is asking about flexible working
- Claire Hodgson, BVetMed, CertAVP, MRCVS, from British Veterinary Chronic Illness Support (BVCIS) delivering a presentation about how to support the return to work journey
- Chris White, BSc (Hons), MBA, Assoc CIPD, from the Veterinary Management Group, speaking about how to embrace change
- Dr Libby Kemkaran-Thompson, MA VetMB, MRCVS, from Kemkaran Consulting Ltd, discussing confidence for leadership, looking at how to trust and inspire
Claire Gregory, short course and events administrator at The College of Animal Welfare (CAW), said: “We’re delighted to have secured a range of fantastic speakers for this year’s congress, who will be delivering a variety of insightful lectures to help head nurses get the very best out of their nursing teams.” She added: “We are looking forward to what is set to be another exciting opportunity for those involved in veterinary practice management to come together to gain valuable CPD.”
Book before 11 March 2022 to attend congress at the early bird rate!
Delegates who book their place before 11 March 2022 can attend Head Nurse Congress 2022 for the discounted early bird price of £125+VAT – saving £60! A full event agenda, and further details about how to book, can be found at the CAW website or by calling 01480 422060.