Do I need a specialist certificate to upload content?
No, you only need to be a qualified and registered Veterinary Nurse, Technician or Surgeon.
What subjects can I teach about?
You can make teaching content on any category/subject you are knowledgeable and passionate about as long as it meets the standards set out in the terms and conditions and is for the purpose of, and relevant to, educating Veterinary Nurses.
The “categories” and “sub-categories” under “Browse Webinars” can be added at the content creators request. We have simply put up a few examples to get your imagination flowing!
If you would like clarification on this process or wish to request a subject/category/sub-category, please email email@example.com.
Please note: The Veterinary Webinurse team reserves the right to refuse to publish content or adhere to requests with no obligation to give an explanat...
PayPal or debit/credit card (and even that is powered by PayPal) – We have nothing to do with your bank details and certainly do not store them!
How long will I have access to the content I have bought?
There is no time limit.
You may only lose access if the content creator requests the product is removed from Veterinary Webinurse completely.
Can I use my CPD budget from my place of work?
That is up to your individual practice.
For receipts/proof of purchase: PayPal should automatically email you this following your completed transaction.
You receive certificates for your purchases through Veterinary Webinurse and all content is peer-reviewed. If you would like advice on setting up a “practice” account, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more informa...
Where no certification is available, we ask for a short reference from a specialist Veterinary Surgeon (in the relevant area) who you have worked with for 2 years to give a personal recommendation/confirmation of your level of specialist knowledge.
What does this role entail?
Does the content creator know who I am?
Only if you “ACCEPT” their work for publication, this will mean your name will appear under their work in the form of “Peer-reviewed by [your name]”. ...
Is Veterinary Webinurse associate/affiliated with another company or specific vet practice?
No, Veterinary Webinurse is a stand-alone platform. Although, other companies/content creators are allowed to link to their websites/businesses on Veterinary Webinurse, as long as it is within content created for the purpose of teaching.
Veterinary Webinurse does not endorse any of these companies and cannot comment on the content found on third-party links.
If you would like to advertise on or sponsor content uploaded to www.veterinarywebinurse.com or enter into an educational partnership with Veterinary Webinurse please send your organisation’s enquiry to email@example.com.
How long has Veterinary Webinurse Been Running?
www.VeterinaryWebinurse.com was officially “launched” on the 22nd May 2020.
Will you keep visitors to Veterinary Webinurse up to date with uploaded co...