Research and Study Skills for Veterinary Nurses

Research and Study Skills for Veterinary Nurses

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As the veterinary nursing profession continues to develop beyond the traditional caring and support roles, more and more academic rigour is expected of veterinary nurses. Exams, CPD and repeated testing and study throughout the nurse's career are now requirements.

Aimed at veterinary nurses and technicians this book will guide the reader through the various research and study disciplines required of them. Research and Study Skills for Veterinary Nurses 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 provides information and advice - from successful exam technique, to revision ideas, and study styles - for student vet nurses who need a reliable resource to guide them through their course.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 208 pages
  • 172 x 246 x 15mm | 680g
  • Sheffield, United Kingdom
  • English
  • None
  • 30 black and white images
  • 1789180139
  • 9781789180138
  • 19,820

Table of contents

Chapter 1 Academia for vet nurses
Chapter 2 Research skills for veterinary nurses
Chapter 3 Academic writing for course work
Chapter 4 Multiple Choice Questions, the easy exams?
Chapter 5 Written exams: the short, the long, the seen and unseen
Chapter 6 Viva voce and verbal skills for exams
Chapter 7 Practical assessments
Chapter 8 Learning at work
Chapter 9 VN CPD lifelong research and learning
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About Jane Davidson

Jane RVN qualified as an RVN in the UK and has supported vet nursing students as a lecturer, clinical skills tutor and clinical coach. She has completed her Diploma in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector, a Level 3 coaching course and a Pg Cert in Clinical Education as well as being a GradDipVN. She believes every vet nurse student can achieve academic success if they use the right tools to help them.
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