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Sarah is a Registered Veterinary Nurse and lecturer at Hartpury University with an interest in research surrounding mental health and well-being within the veterinary nursing profession.
She qualified as a Registered Veterinary Nurse in 2012 and holds an Honours degree in Animal Science from Worcester University. Sarah has undertaken a Research Development Fellowship with SUNCET and is currently completing a Masters in Research looking at job satisfaction in the VN profession.
Sarah is actively involved in knowledge exchange through industry relevant Clinical Coach standardisation training and seeing practice. In 2017 she spoke at the CAVS/CAVLMZ Annual Veterinary Conference regarding the veterinary nurse and reproduction in small animals.
Currently Sarah teaches across a variety of modules within the Veterinary Nursing department, which include Small Animal Veterinary Nursing, Professional Veterinary Nursing Practice and Undergraduate Research Processes. She is also the Academic Tutor for the 1st year small animal veterinary nursing students.
Fellow of The Higher Education Academy
Diploma in Education and Training
Sep 2015 → Jul 2016
Research Development Fellowship
2015 → 2016
Diploma in Veterinary Nursing
Sep 2010 → Jul 2012
Animal Science (Hons)
Sep 2008 → Jul 2009
Masters in Research
2019 → …
Factors Contributing to Registered Veterinary Nurses Deciding to Leave the Veterinary Profession in the UKVivian, S. & Godbehere, J., Nov 2019.
Research output: Contribution to conference › Poster