Loch Leven Equine Practice
The life of a trainee equine vet nurse:
Siobhan joined the Loch Leven team in December 2013 as a Groom and is undergoing her training to become a Trainee Veterinary Nurse. We follow her journey through a blog.
26th March 2014
Yesterday (25th March) was all about health and safety and cleaning! I even learnt how to wash my hands correctly! Although this sounds quite boring it is all very important information! After a head filling day of knowledge I went for an after school drink with my new friends and met an old friend Cathy for a drink in the evening.
Today (26th March) was all about anatomy which is absolutely mind boggling! The whole thing is making me feel a bit nervous as it has made me realise how much there is so much to learn! However, after the theory we got to the cool stuff - dissection! It is so much easier to learn how a heart and lungs work when you've got them sitting in front of you and it just makes it all that bit more interesting (below)!
I have thoroughly enjoyed my first week although I am a little daunted about the amount of work there is to do!
24th March 2014
Today I am off to Newmarket to the Open College of Equine Studies today for my first week block of training to become a qualified Equine Veterinary Nurse.
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