Why veterinary nursing research is important to animal welfare
Thursday, March 2, 2017
Continuing research in veterinary nursing is vital for the progression of our profession as well as the welfare of our patients. Evidence-based practice has always been a passion of mine, which has lead me to embark on a Masters by Research. I hope to improve the prognosis of dogs with joint infections by developing a new test that is quicker and more sensitive that the traditional methods.
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