top tips for new veterinary professionals

3 ways to make a great first impression as a locum vet

Regardless of how long you’re going to be filling a position, it is vital to start with your best foot forward and build rapport with your temporary team. In this blog, we discuss 3 ways in which you can make a dazzling first impression as a locum vet.   Talk to your colleagues!   Make […]

The ultimate locum toolkit

Just starting out as a locum vet? Here are a few tips on what to pack for your first day!   Food, food and more food   It may sound silly but you never know what your busy locum day might hold, so come armed with snacks! Even if you’re planning on getting a bite […]

The veterinary profession: truths and myths

Let’s play a game of true or false! In this blog, we dispel common myths surrounding the veterinary profession, as well as share some home truths so that you can decide whether it’s the right career for you.  Veterinary professionals work regular hours  There won’t be any Dolly Parton nine-to-fiving around here, we’re afraid. Much […]

Career advice for newly qualified vets

In your final year of veterinary school? Perhaps you’re starting to consider what your first role is going to look like. It’s an exciting time, but it’s important to keep these things in mind before you dive into the veterinary world. Here are five tips for our soon-to-be qualified vets who are thinking about their […]

Using LinkedIn as a veterinary professional: what are the benefits?

If used to its full potential, LinkedIn can be an unmatched resource for boosting your veterinary career. But what are the benefits? In this article, we discuss how veterinary professionals, whether brand new to the industry or still in training, can use the social platform to their advantage.     Networking  As a full-time veterinary professional, […]

5 tips for your first veterinary nurse role

After years of hard work, the big day is finally here – you’re officially a qualified veterinary nurse! Amongst all the excitement it can be easy to feel overwhelmed during your first few weeks or even months. That’s why we’ve put together the following advice for you to refer back to (don’t say we don’t […]