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The MOST important skills of a veterinary practice manager & how you can develop them

The Most Important Skills Of A Veterinary Practice Manager How You Can Develop Them
Posted in Guest Blogger at 21 October, 2021

I reckon many veterinary practice managers get the rough end of the stick! Let me explain. Often practice managers are promoted into the role because they had been in the practice a long time and were great at nursing....

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Posted by Dr Sam Bowden, Director Vet Business Accelerator
 

The Life of Ryley: Taking part in a PharmAust veterinary clinical drug trial for canine lymphoma

The Life Of Ryley Taking Part In A Pharmaust Vet Clinical Drug Trial For Canine Lymphoma
Posted in Guest Blogger at 14 October, 2021

Ryley was only 5 when diagnosed with lymphoma - her family decided to get involved with the PharmAust MPL drug trial... The pet owner's perspective from Sharon, Ryley's mum... Tell us about Ryley how did she come into your family and what does she mean...

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Posted by Sharon (Ryley's mum) & Dr Sonya Yu (ARH)
 

Platinum CPD introduces 100 days of happy

Platinum Cpd Introduces 100 Days Of Happy 2
Posted in Guest Blogger at 16 September, 2021

The search for a few easy tips & tricks to help make yourself a happier veterinary professional. I consider myself a happy person. I have high energy levels, a positive outlook on life and generally can find the good in every situation. I mean, people oft...

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Posted by Cordene Midgley, Platinum CPD
 

Veterinary Clinic Design Setup: Efficient Flow and Effective Layout

Veterinary Clinic Design Setup Efficient Flow And Effective Layout
Posted in Guest Blogger at 09 September, 2021

Every veterinary clinic works best when designed for efficient flow and effective layout. When setting up your vet clinic there are a few things you should think about before you start putting the finishing touches on your dream practice....

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Posted by The Elite Team
 

Zoetis & BeyondBlue continue to reduce stigma & support mental health in the veterinary industry

Zoetis & Beyond Blue Reducing stigma & supporting mental health in veterinary industry
Posted in Guest Blogger at 05 August, 2021

It's no surprise that an increase in workload is contributing to burnout for vets & nurses An increase in workload and workflow is contributing to burnout, ill health and loss of wellbeing for Australian veterinarians and their nursing staff, according to...

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Posted by The Zoetis team
 

Self-Esteem & Success in your Veterinary Life

Self Esteem Success In Your Veterinary Life
Posted in Guest Blogger at 15 July, 2021

I know that this is not an issue that YOU personally have however it is something that is RIFE in the Veterinary industry and many of our staff suffer from it. When these matters are resolved, practices thrive. Much of the work I do with people suffering...

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Posted by Dr Diederik Gelderman, Turbo Charge Your Practice & Veterinary Business Academy
 

The benefits of seeking & cultivating awe in your veterinary life

Seeking Cultivating Awe In Your Veterinary Life
Posted in Guest Blogger at 01 July, 2021

What is awe? And what generates awe within us? "Something happens when you dive into a world where clocks don't tick and inboxes don't ping. As your arms circle, swing and pull along the edge of a vast ocean, your mind wanders, and you open yourself..."...

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1 Comments   Posted by Dr Anne Quain, Veterinarian, Blogger, Lecturer & PhD student
 

Animal hoarding: What is it & how can you help?

Animal Hoarding What Is It How Can You Help
Posted in Guest Blogger at 03 June, 2021

What are the warning signs of pet hoarding and how can you help? Over the last decade or so the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) has attempted to raise awareness of animal hoarding. Certainly, it is a serious animal welfare...

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Posted by Leanne Pilpott, Pet Professional
 

Veterinary Nurse Consults: Why do them & how to make them a success

Veterinary Nurse Consults Why Do Them And How To Make Them A Success
Posted in Guest Blogger at 22 April, 2021

Are you doing veterinary nurse consults in your practice? Vet Nurse Consults hold an important place in vet hospitals as they not only benefit clients and patients, but they also allow vet nurses to utilise their skills and knowledge to educate clients....

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Posted by Melissa Giles, Vet Nurse Diary
 

Improve your veterinary patient care with Small Animal Medicine Distance Learning

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Posted in Guest Blogger at 25 March, 2021

Build your veterinary clinical knowledge, improve your skills making thorough case management plans and treating complex clinical cases - Small Animal Medicine Online Distance Learning Program " Enrolments Now Open! " Starting May 1st 2021....

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Posted by Rachel Olsen, Program Manager, Improve International
 

Focus on improvement in your veterinary clinic AND get your team on board without the overwhelm

Focus On Improvement In Your Veterinary Clinic And Get Your Team Onboard V2
Posted in Guest Blogger at 17 March, 2021

I get it. As a manager or veterinary practice owner your days are busy: the phone doesn't stop ringing, you may be seeing patients and there is always the need for problem solving on the fly. You are also probably the IT department, the HR department, th...

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Posted by Dr Mark Matthews, Owner Kew Vet & Cattery Group & AVA VBG Veterinary Business of the Year 2020
 

Old Cat, New Kitten – who is the aggressor?

Old Cat New Kitten Who Is The Aggressor
Posted in Guest Blogger at 04 March, 2021

Hands up all who have had clients complain their old cat has become aggressive towards their sweet innocent kitten that is only trying to play? When I was veterinary nursing, I found it highly frustrating that clients were not viewing the situation from t...

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Posted by Gillian Shippen, Director Pets Need A Life Too & HandicappedPets Australia
 

Caring for a Pet with Cerebellar Hypoplasia

Caring For A Pet With Cerebellar Hypoplasia 1
Posted in Guest Blogger at 18 February, 2021

Firstly, just what is Cerebellar Hyperplasia? Pets with cerebellar hypoplasia are born with a smaller than usual or underdeveloped cerebellum. This neurological condition is congenital and directly effects motor skills. Although more widely known as a mo...

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Posted by Gillian Shippen, Director, Pets Need A Life Too & HandicappedPets Australia
 

Practice Management Software - does it support or hinder the high standard of care you deliver?

Pm Software Does It Support Or Hinder The High Standard Of Care You Deliver
Posted in Guest Blogger at 11 February, 2021

Think about this: Is your Practice Management Software (PMS) supporting the consistent, high standard of care you aim to deliver to your patients & clients? Or do you believe that your standards of care and your PMS are two different areas? Have we got y...

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Posted by Janelle Beaven, Director, Astute Veterinary Solutions
 

Tips for handling difficult clients in your veterinary practice

Tips For Handling Difficult Clients In Your Veterinary Practice
Posted in Guest Blogger at 19 November, 2020

Dealing with difficult clients in your veterinary practice can be exhausting. Read on to discover the different types of 'difficult' clients, how to handle them and, most importantly, how to avoid them in the future! There's no denying that serving crank...

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Posted by Leanne Pilpott, Pet Professional
 

Veterinary Dental Charting for Dummies

Veterinary Dental Charting For Dummies 2
Posted in Guest Blogger at 30 July, 2020

As many veterinary hospitals are now equipped with dental radiography (yeah!), many feel that this is enough to record the pathology identified. Other veterinarians say dental radiography is still too expensive for them, and/or they cannot see the benefi...

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4 Comments   Posted by Dr Liz Chmurycz, Russell Vale Animal Clinic
 

Love Your Dog - Dr Claire Steven's new book for dog owners

Awesome New Resource To Share With Your Clients Dr Claires Love Your Dog
Posted in Guest Blogger at 18 June, 2020

A fantastic new book to share with your veterinary clients who are looking for a great resource on dog ownership. We asked the author of Love Your Dog, Dr Claire Stevens about her new book, how she hopes it will help dog owners and how it can you too....

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Posted by Dr Claire Stevens, Author of Love Your Dog
 

The Evolution of Client Care in Veterinary Practices - 2020 and Beyond

What next - The evolution of veterinary care
Posted in Guest Blogger at 28 May, 2020

We're all in this together.... Great! Except that it doesn't always feel like that. When you work in an industry that's emotive by nature and alternately full of joy and heartbreak, the sudden absence of physical touch can have the potential to create a...

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Posted by Donna Robson, Director Waggy Dog Veterinary Sales & Marketing
 

It’s ok to be a bit hard on yourself, but…

Its Ok To Be A Bit Hard On Yourself But
Posted in Guest Blogger at 14 May, 2020

Being a bit hard on yourself is ok as long as you&re also kind to yourself...and patient! I watched the frustration grow on her face as she struggled to lift the ovary far enough out of the abdomen to get a clamp behind it. We were all sweating in the st...

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Posted by Dr Hubert Hiemstra
 

Helping a client cope with the loss of a pet

Helping A Veterinary Client Cope With The Loss Of A Pet
Posted in Guest Blogger at 26 February, 2020

Vets tend to provide care throughout a pet's entire life from the first puppy health check right through to the animal's final days of life. However, all pet professionals can play a valuable role in helping their clients deal with the loss of a pet. Wit...

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Posted by Leanne Pilpott, Pet Professional
 
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