BVNA Council Member 2019 – 2022, Locum RVN, UK
Jack began his career in a “first opinion” practice where he developed a passion for progression. After successfully qualifying in 2018 Jack decided to pursue a new challenge at a small animal hospital in Norfolk, he worked solely in an emergency and critical care setting in out of hours which is an area he enjoys. He is currently undertaking his certificate in emergency and critical care, which is further developing his knowledge in this specific area. He is now a full-time locum veterinary nurse working in a variety of settings from out of hours emergency work to first opinion practices.
He is particularly keen for continuous personal and professional development, in which he has developed a passion to support other veterinary professionals to grow and enhance their skill sets. He has a specialist interest in ultrasonography and currently holds a key opinion leader role for the Butterfly Ultrasound Network in which he hopes to further progress the role of ultrasound within the veterinary profession and drive this further forward. He regularly shares his experiences and new learnings by engaging with others on his social media platforms @Pye_rvn with the hope of encouraging and supporting others professional development and skills.
He is also enthusiastically involved with BVNA (British Veterinary Nursing Association) after being elected on to the council in 2019, which is a proud opportunity to represent veterinary nurses nationwide and assist in driving the profession forward.