Contextualised care on BVA Live agenda

Contextualised care on BVA Live agenda

This year’s BVA Live will focus on contextualised care, recognising that appropriate and proportionate care must be tailored to the animal and the client, and consider the owner’s finances, lifestyle, preferences, and their ability to provide suitable care.

The BVNA Nursing stream is also returning to BVA Live at the NEC from June 6-7.

The Nursing Programme for BVA Live this year is:

  • Veterinary Human Support
  • CPR – Basic Life Support saves lives, but what about adrenaline?
  • Accepting we are human – using checklists and cognitive aids for patient safety

  • Nursing management of the surgical orthopaedic patient
  • Boosting confidence in rabbit anaesthesia
  • Feline friendly handling and behaviour considerations
  • Protect the Title
  • Compassionate leadership: Navigating conflict, incivility and difficult conversations
  • Nursing care for chemotherapy patients

British Veterinary Association President Anna Judson said: “This has been an incredibly challenging year for the profession, with the review by the Competitions and Marketing Authority (CMA) prompting increased scrutiny of the value of veterinary care.

“We know that all veterinary professionals strive to provide the best possible care for the animals they see and we hope our focus on contextualised care at BVA Live provides a timely opportunity to explore this concept in more depth and consider how it can be applied in practice to support both decision-making and communication with clients.”

For more information on the event click HERE.