Bella Moss Foundation Press Release
BMF launches an Interactive educational website for veterinary nurses and other staff working in veterinary practise.
Veterinary Nurse Training Online
Live Launch 10 – 12th October 2008
Location; BVNA Congress conference (Kettering)
Come see The Bella Moss Foundation and a demonstration of how to use the website on the College of Animal Welfare stand (127, 128, and 129) or visit the website address from October 10th 2008.
The Bella Moss Foundation will share a stand with the College of Animal Welfare where we will launch a live demonstration of an interactive website aimed at veterinary nurses and lay staff working in practice focusing on infection control.
The website has been sponsored by Pet Plan Charitable Trust. The Bella Moss Foundation would like to express its deep gratitude for the committee’s contribution and support for this exiting project. The website is aimed at nurses and other staff working in veterinary practice and will provide key information on how to protect practices and patients from MRSA infections. (VNTO) Veterinary Nursing Training Online has been developed in assistance with The Royal Veterinary College and College of animal welfare. The website will have a photographic tour illustrating good and bad practise and will include description of MRSA, the clinical issues, and there will be options of completing an online test which will if passed offer an award of achievement issued by the College of animal welfare in Hertfordshire.
The website will be accessible to all visiting only a small donation of £5.00 will be requested take the online test, a complete visit will take around 45 minutes with another 20 minutes to participate with the online test.
Jill Moss President and Founder of the Bella Moss Foundation
“The Bella Moss Foundation in just less than three years has worked hard to bring information on MRSA to vets through its CPD educational road show seminars and now we want to give veterinary nurses and other practice staff the same opportunity. We recognise how difficult it can be for a veterinary practice to release staff for a CPD seminars and conferences this way knowledge can be acquired without taking time out of busy practice.”