Veterinary Nurse of the Year |


An annual happening at Harper Adams University


The Yearly Award at Harper Adams University was presented to Louise Way

Each year KRUUSE UK are pleased to present the award for the "KRUUSE Veterinary Nurse of the Year" at Harper Adams University. This year's Award was presented to Louise Way, 23, from Beaworthy, Devon, when she graduated at the end of September.

The KRUUSE Award is presented to the student who has produced the best veterinary nursing honours research project. This is the 3rd year running KRUUSE presents this award. The winner gets presented with a replica trophy and £100.

Lecturer Lucy Evans said: “Louise will be graduating today with a First Class BSc (Hons) in Veterinary Nursing and Practice Management. “Her dissertation was an investigation into the development of modified APGAR scores to quantify recovery in veterinary anaesthetics.


As soon as Louise finished her course at Harper Adams, she started working as Head Nurse at Abbey Veterinary Centre, Shrewsbury, where she also completed her placement year.

“Louise has always been a hard-working and dedicated student on the Veterinary Nursing degree. Louise was involved in many sporting clubs during her time at Harper, including netball. She has a keen interest in travel including visiting and wishing to work in Japan. It has been a pleasure to teach Louise, and as a department we wish her the very best of luck in her career as a Registered Veterinary Nurse.”

Contact details for further information:
Rose Steele,
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