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1st Irish Veterinary Nurse Awards

This year at the first IVNA Annual Veterinary Nurses Congress we are delighted to introduce the first annual Veterinary Nurse Awards. All veterinary nurses and support staff deal with any difficult and challenging tasks while in practice. This in itself deserves an award; however there are occasions where nurses go above and beyond the call of duty

to ensure that their patients and clients receive the utmost of special care and attention. Should you know someone who has made a contribution, which you think deserves recognition, nominate them for an award. The contribution can be an outstanding one or a simple gesture which you feel made a big difference to their patients, clients, or practice team.

Nominate one of the winners and you could be in with a chance to win a gift voucher worth  €50.00  - everyone’s a winner!!

Closing date or entries is April 30, 2010.  The winner will be announced during the social event of the IVNA Congress on May 22, 2010.  Complete the nomination form and send off to give your special veterinary nurse or practice support staff a chance to win this prestigious award!

Prizes

•Irish Veterinary Nurse of the year award trophy & €500 gift voucher

•Irish Student Veterinary Nurse of the year award trophy & €250 gift voucher

•Irish Veterinary Nursing Assistant of the  year award trophy & €250 gift  voucher.

Application forms can be downloaded from:

http://www.ivna.ie ;

Your nominee for the Veterinary Nurse of the Year award 2009 must be a registered Veterinary Nurse (RVN). Nominations are also welcome for the sub-categories of Student Veterinary Nurse and Practice support staff. The nominated person must be in one of the above categories and work in the Republic of Ireland.

Entries for each category will be judged by a panel from the IVNA and award sponsors, Pfizer, Hill’s Pet Nutrition and Allianz Petplan.

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