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Personal profile

I qualified as a registered veterinary nurse in 2013 and hold an Honours degree in Animal Science from Worcester University.

I am actively involved in knowledge exchange through industry relevant Clinical Coach standardisation training and seeing practice. I am also due to speak at a Veterinary Nursing Conference in the Czech Republic regarding reproduction in small animals.  

Research interests

I have an interest in research surrounding mental health and well-being and with the department hope to work on links between well-being and the veterinary nursing profession.

Personal profile

I qualified as a registered veterinary nurse in 2013 and hold an Honours degree in Animal Science from Worcester University.

I am actively involved in knowledge exchange through industry relevant Clinical Coach standardisation training and seeing practice. I am also due to speak at a Veterinary Nursing Conference in the Czech Republic regarding reproduction in small animals.  

Research interests

I have an interest in research surrounding mental health and well-being and with the department hope to work on links between well-being and the veterinary nursing profession.

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deacon Social Sciences
occupational stress Social Sciences
profession Social Sciences
Long-Term Care Medicine & Life Sciences
Animal Technicians Medicine & Life Sciences
nurse Social Sciences
well-being Social Sciences
Animal Welfare Medicine & Life Sciences

Research Output 2019 2019

Factors Contributing to Registered Veterinary Nurses Deciding to Leave the Veterinary Profession in the UK

Vivian, S. & Godbehere, J., Nov 2019.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePoster

Open Access
File
deacon
occupational stress
nurse
profession
time management

Low-stress handling for long-term wound care

Vivian, S., 24 Dec 2019, In : The Veterinary Nurse. 10, 10

Research output: Contribution to journalJournal Article

Long-Term Care
Animal Technicians
Animal Welfare
Wounds and Injuries
Fear