How to conduct a nurse-led senior clinic part 2 — patient assessment and diagnostic testing

Lynne Kerrigan
Saturday, May 2, 2015

IntroductionThe recent passing of the new Royal Charter, formally recognising veterinary nursing as a profession by underpinning veterinary nursing regulation and granting veterinary nurses the status of associate members of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, represents a huge step forward for the UK veterinary nursing profession.Veterinary nurses are qualified, registered, highly skilled and accountable professionals who possess the knowledge and skills to educate owners regarding many aspects of preventative care, including senior wellness. The second of this two-part article examines the role of the qualified veterinary nurse in the assessment of an ageing dog or cat during a nurse-led senior clinic.

How to conduct a nurse-led senior clinic part 2 — patient assessment and diagnostic testing
How to conduct a nurse-led senior clinic part 2 — patient assessment and diagnostic testing

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