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Australia Vet Nurse Day – October 14, 2022
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Australian Veterinary Nurses Day - 14 October 2022


Veterinary Nurses Day is celebrated every year on the second Friday in October to recognise nurses who play an important role in veterinary care. This year it is 14 October. The purpose of this holiday is to acknowledge the work of veterinary nurses and technicians and to remember the positive impact of their work. It is the perfect time to recognise the irreplaceable work that these professionals do. Veterinary Nurses Day was originally established by the Veterinary Nurses Council of Australia (v.n.c.a) to "raise awareness of the importance of veterinary nurses in the veterinary profession and in the wider community".

History of Veterinary Nurses Day


The history of veterinary medicine can be traced back to 3000 BC in Mesopotamia, where a man called urlugaldinna was known as "the expert in the treatment of animals". Since then, history is replete with references to veterinary practice throughout the world. One of the earliest written records appears in 1900 BC and is enshrined in a sacred Hindu text. However, veterinary medicine began formally much later, in Lyon, France, in 1761, when the first veterinary school was founded by Claude Bourguerre. Formal veterinary practice in Britain owes its existence to the Oldham Agricultural Society, from which the London veterinary College (LVC) was born in 1791.


The American Veterinary Medical Association was founded in 1863 to promote veterinary medicine and its supporters. The Food and Drug Administration (F.D.A.) further established a branch of veterinary medicine to oversee veterinary drugs in 1965, which later developed into the Centre for Veterinary Medicine (c.v.m.).


Over the centuries, veterinary medicine has undergone many changes. Initially, its focus was on the treatment of livestock, but it has since expanded to include both domestic and wild animals. Today, veterinarians and para-veterinary workers, such as veterinary nurses and technicians diagnose, treat and help keep a wide range of animals safe and healthy. They are often obliged to look after the welfare of animals. They also help to maintain the food chain and prevent the spread of zoonotic diseases (i.e. diseases transmitted from animals to humans).

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