Radio Vet Nurse

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In this episode I caught up with fellow podcaster Yvonne Brandenburg RVT, VTS (SAIM) from Internal Medicine for Vet Techs. Yvonne is the creator of an online community of like-minded nurses and techs with an interest in the medicine side of vet
In this episode I caught up with someone who always leaves me feeling sparkly and motivated – Vic. Where do we start? Vic is Australia’s first VTS Nutrition and she exudes intelligence and self-awareness. She was almost literally born and raise
You’re listening to Radio Vet Nurse but not as you know it. In this bonus podcast mash up episode I had the pleasure of catching up with my veterinary podcast buddies. We decided to come together to say happy vet nurse day, happy vet tech week,
Ever since I started this podcast, people have been asking me to interview today’s guest. I wanted to wait until we could meet and record in person, but since we’re all grounded by covid19 for who knows how long, I decided that online would hav
In this episode I caught up with Jeff Backus, veterinary technician and fellow podcaster. Jeff and his mate Dave host one of my favourite podcasts, the Vet Tech Café, so it was super fun to put him on the on the other side of the mic for a chan
In this episode I caught up with Michelle, who has been recommended for the show many times. Michelle coordinates the blood bank at the Animal Hospital at Murdock. This is just one of many interesting phases of Michelle’s career including worki
In this episode I had the pleasure of meeting Hannah, Physio RVN. One of Hannah’s colleagues reached out to me and recommended her as a guest. I jumped straight onto Hannah’s Instagram account @physio.rvn and found myself scrolling through her
In this episode I was joined by the 2019 VNCA Vet Nurse of the Year, Kate. She’s a senior nurse at the Perth Zoo, nominated by her entire team for her work ethic and dedication to our profession. Kate has been a vet nurse for 20 years, working
I’m officially back from maternity leave, and this was my first time hitting record in 6 months. Anyone following me on social media will know that coming back to the mic with a 5 month old baby was harder than I thought. But this guest gave me
I recorded this interview with Jazz in August 2019 just before starting maternity leave. At the time we discussed how a lot could happen in 7 months, but we couldn’t have imagined the state the world would be in. Life as we know it has been tur
You’re listening to Radio Vet Nurse, but not as you know it. This is a bonus COVID-19 episode in which I caught up with some fellow veterinary podcasters to talk about how we are navigating the global pandemic.As COVID-19 closes national and st
In this episode I caught up with Jess who was once described to me as “human extraordinaire”! Jess is a registered human nurse, a registered veterinary nurse, and works both in general practice and as a vet nurse educator. She has her Cert IV i
In this episode I caught up with Trish Farry, clinical academic at the University of Queensland. Trish was on my radar from when this podcast started forming in my brain in early 2018. At the time she was the 2017 Hills Vet Nurse of the Year. S
In this episode I caught up with Sophie to talk about her experience working in shelter medicine. Sophie worked as head nurse at the RSPCA and was kind enough to share some eloquent and considered thoughts on the shelter environment, behaviour,
In this episode I caught up with super-motivated and wildlife-mad veterinary technician, Gary. What started as a childhood love of catching snakes and reptiles has been refined into Gary’s niche as a small animal anaesthesia enthusiast with a s
In this episode I caught up with Nicole LaForest who you might know on Insta as @veterinarytechnicians. Nicole has achieved an incredible amount in a short amount of time. She graduated high school early and in her junior and senior years was a
In this episode I caught up with behaviour guru Serena Dean. Serena’s career in the veterinary industry spans almost 20 years. She’s worked in many different capacities including as a senior veterinary nurse in both emergency and general practi
In this episode I interviewed someone who I really admire. When I was at the VNCA conference in 2015 Amy Newfield was the international key note speaker. After her first lecture I was hooked, and went to all them. Her energy and knowledge reall
In this episode I caught up with one of the most positive and energetic veterinary nurses, Ricki. Ricki started her nursing career in general practice in Albury before moving to the sunshine coast to work at Australia Zoo with the bird show tea
In this episode I caught up with – by popular demand – Julie Harris. With over 20 years of experience in the veterinary industry Julie is now the Chief People Officer for VetPartners. If you’re a practice manager or a senior vet nurse working i
In this episode I caught up with Angel Rivera at the 2019 VNCA conference in Brisbane. Angel is a veterinary technician specialist (VTS) in the field of emergency and critical care (ECC). As an internationally recognised speaker he lectures to
In this episode I went to Melbourne and had the absolute pleasure of meeting Carol Bradley. From humble beginnings as a kennel maid in 1973 Carol worked all the way up to her current role teaching and training vet students at the University of
In this episode I caught up with social media super nurse and all round lovely human, Lou the Vet Nurse. If you don’t already follow Lou on Facebook or Insta, you should. Her social media content is full of vet nursing tips and positive inspo.
In this episode you’ll hear from Janet, the President of the Vet Nurse Council of Australia (VNCA). Janet is from New Zealand, currently living in Perth, and is a lecturer in vet nursing at South Metropolitan TAFE. Janet has been nursing for 20
In this episode you’ll hear from Natalie, the Academic Director of the Australian College of Vet Nursing. Natalie has Certificate IV qualifications in veterinary nursing, canine behaviour, training and assessment, and Diplomas in vocational edu
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