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"Veterinary Nurses’ Time is Valuable; How and Why to Charge for it"

10th March 2020, 12:30pm

Presented by Stephanie Writer-Davies

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About the webinar

The webinar will look at the work that veterinary nurses do in practices, exploring how the value of this is often not obvious and pricing is rarely transparent to reflect their input in patient care.

Looking at the basic economics of veterinary practice we will explain the importance of charging for professional time and the ways we can reasonably achieve this.

We will discuss Front of House and Hospital roles exploring how veterinary nurse professional time is used to benefit our patients and clients and look at ways of making this visible, highlighting the financial contribution veterinary nurses bring to practice businesses

Learning objectives

  • Understand the economics of veterinary practice
  • Appreciate the financial value of veterinary nursing professional time
  • Recognise the relevance and value of consulting roles to veterinary nurses and businesses
  • Recognise the way the value of veterinary nursing time is often hidden amongst veterinary surgeon or other fees charged to clients
  • Understand ways that charges for work that veterinary nurses do in practices can be made transparent

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About the speakers

Steph Writer-Davies

Steph Writer-Davies qualified from Bristol in 1984. She spent four years in mixed practice before deciding to concentrate on small animal work. She started her own practice, Mimram Veterinary Centre, in April 1999 that grew to a 3.5 full-time vet equivalent practice which is a Veterinary Nurse Training Centre and Accredited General Practice of the RCVS Practice Standards Scheme. She was elected a council member of SPVS in 2010 and joined the Officer team in 2012, serving as Hon PRO and Hon Editor before becoming Hon President in January 2016.

Steph has always been very supportive of the Veterinary Nursing Profession and has been the SPVS VN Liaison since joining council which has included her being involved in discussions relating to VN training at the highest level as well as being invited to be a member of two of the VN Futures working groups (the Career Development and Progression Group and the Training Practice Group). Steph has also provided Expert Witness services for the Disciplinary Committee of the RCVS and is a volunteer Mentor for BSAVA’s mentorship programme. She left her practice at the end of June 2018 to concentrate on other interests and now works with Colourful CPD to develop and deliver CPD courses and continues a clinical role as a part-time locum. She is also an accredited Neuro-linguistic Programming Practitioner.

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