New Zealand Veterinary Nursing Association (NZVNA)
Laura graduated from Unitec in 2007 with a Diploma of Veterinary Nursing. She has spent the past five years working in veterinary hospitals (including a 12 month stint in the UK), primarily in senior nursing and clinic management roles.
Laura has a keen interest in advancing the role of the veterinary nurse with the veterinary industry.
Harvey, L. C., Ladyman, R., & Dale, A. (2015). What we do, what we should do, and what we want to do; Veterinary Nurses in New Zealand. BVNA Congress 2015, Telford, UK.
Harvey, L. C., & Ladyman, R. (2015). Zoological Society of Auckland Seminal Series: Veterinary Care, Tongan Style - Take 2. Zoological Society of Auckland, Auckland Zoological Park, New Zealand.
Harvey, L.C., Ladyman, R., & Dale, A. (2015). Stress and Compassion Fatigue in Veterinary Nurses in New Zealand. British Veterinary Nursing Association (BVNA) Congress, Telford, United Kingdom.
Dale, A. R., Salinsky, J., Ladyman, R., Harvey, L.C., Jolly, S., Leong, J., Farrow, A., Trippett, V., Murphy, D., & Walker, J. K. (2015). The comparative welfare status of owned, managed stray and unmanaged strays cats. G2Z (Getting to Zero) National Summit, Queensland.
Ladyman, R., Harvey, L., and Gussey, A. (2014). Veterinary nursing students help out in Tonga. VetScript (Vol. April).