For vet tech appreciation week, I have just published a web story on all the important jobs vet techs (also known as vet nurses in some countries like the U.K. and Austraila) do.
Sometimes, pet owners remember to thank the vet when their pet gets better from an illness or injury, but they forget about the many vet techs and nurses behind the scenes who worked around the clock to nurse the pet till it was well enough to go home.
What is a web story?
A web story is Google’s version of Facebook and Instagram stories. But unlike the stories on social media, web stories are still available on the web after 24 hours, so they’re better for sharing.
Please view and share this web story with your fellow pet parents and remember to say thank you to the vet techs next time you visit the vet. And check out my other visual stores on the veterinarian mental health crisis.
Web Story: The Unsung Heroes in Veterinary Medicine
If you’re having issues navigating the story, click here to view this story in its own tab
Vet tech appreciation blog posts and infographics:
- Infographic: Vet tech suicide risk (5 times the general population) and burnout statistics
- 8 important jobs done by vet techs in vet hospitals
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An infographic on the higher rate of suicide and burnout in veterinary technicians (vet techs or nurses in some countries). Accompanying blog post: Infographic: Vet tech suicide risk (5 times the general population) and burnout statistics
An infographic on the important role vet techs (or vet nurses) play in the care of pets at a vet hospital. Accompanying blog post: 8 important jobs done by vet techs in vet hospitals.