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Videos on Becoming a Veterinary Nurse
Career Advice On Becoming A Veterinary Nurse
Shanade Duggon is a veterinary nurse and teaches animal care and veterinary nursing at Greenmount College and Northern Regional College in Northern Ireland. She wanted to be a veterinary nurse since high school, and set out to gain all the qualifications required.
A Future in Veterinary Nursing (with links to other videos)
Take a look at a day in the life of an equine veterinary nurse. Follow Vicky as she takes you through her typical day and find out how you can get into a similar career. Part one of two. Look at other linked videos as well.
Vet Nursing - is it for you?
Vet nursing is a very rewarding and challenging career. It does however require a lot more attributes than just the love of animals.
Useful Databases and Search Engines for Research
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Google Scholar This link opens in a new window
A useful public database for scholarly articles and books. You can sometimes get the full text of articles as well.
Google Advanced Searching
Makes better use of Google's capacity to locate information.
Google Advanced Image Search
Use this facility to find useful images such as diagrams of animal physiology or anatomy. You can also filter by the licence or conditions of use for images e.g. Creative Commons or Public Domain licences.
Veterinary Search Engine
Search engine from Hanover University specialising in locating veterinary information.
PubMed Veterinary Science
PubMed articles in the Veterinary Science field. You can do advanced searching as well.
This is a science search engine which uses a clustering methodology for presenting results.
World Wide Science
A global science gateway to national and international scientific databases and portals. It uses a clustering and visual classification system.
Google scholar using FindIt resources
Useful Database Subject Headings for EBSCO Host