Welcome to vnonline.co.uk

vnonline.co.uk provides the veterinary nursing profession with the latest news and industry developments, as well as events, resources, learning materials and careers.

Our website is dedicated to veterinary nurses and we strive to provide a platform where you can voice and explore your interests.

Not a member yet? Sign up for free!

Register for free with vnonline.co.uk to gain unlimited access to news, resources, jobs and much more!



Click here to become a member







Log in to vnonline

Forgot your password?

Nursing organisations news headlines

RCVS opens consultation on vet nurse training RCVS opens consultation on vet nurse training
The standards framework is reviewed every five years. Read More

Ben Fogle to give keynote speech at CQ graduation

Ben Fogle to give keynote speech at CQ graduation

Vet nurses and nursing assistants are set to...

Ben Fogle to give keynote speech at CQ graduation

CQ vet nurse educator awards seek nominations
Nominations are open until 2 February. Read More

RCVS approves expanded exam for overseas vet nurses

RCVS approves expanded exam for overseas vet nurses
The pre-registration examination now includes a knowledge-based component. Read More


MPs hear about need to protect veterinary nurse title

MPs hear about need to protect veterinary nurse title
BVNA and RCVS co-host drop-in session at Westminster. Read More

BEVA introduces free eRVN membership

BEVA introduces free eRVN membership
Student equine nurses will have free access to the association's benefits.Read More


Submissions open for BSAVA 2024 case reports

Submissions open for BSAVA 2024 case reports

Vet nurses asked to submit 'unique' cases.


Course launched for vet nurses returning to practice

Course launched for vet nurses returning to practice

The course aims to help nurses return with confidence.

BVNA survey calls for nursing voices

BVNA survey calls for nursing voices
The survey will direct the future of veterinary nursing. Read More

BVNA encourages vet nurses to participate in CMA review

BVNA encourages vet nurses to participate in CMA review
The review investigates the veterinary services market. Read More