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A tale of hedgehogs and Anti-Microbial Resistance...

A Tale Of Hedgehogs And Anti Microbial Resistance
Posted in Operations at 16 June, 2022

How hedgehogs can teach us a thing or two about antimicrobial resistance. So, what do hedgehogs have to do with AMR? In order to answer that, we need to remind ourselves of a bit of history around AMR and MRSA. Antimicrobial resistance is usually thought...

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Posted by AMR Vet Collective Team
 

Designing your veterinary practice to reflect your brand personality

Designing Your Veterinary Practice To Reflect Your Brand Personality 500px
Posted in Operations at 24 May, 2022

To stand out in today's image-filled world, a little personality in your veterinary practice design goes a long way. The way your clinic looks is as important as your quality of customer service and professional care. Your brand personality is the human...

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Posted by The Elite Team
 

A deep dive into veterinary diagnosis: Part 3 the use of heuristics in clinical reasoning

A Deep Dive Into Veterinary Diagnosis Part 3 Heuristics
Posted in Operations at 19 May, 2022

In this third and final blog post centred on the diagnostic process, we will explore the concepts discussed in the third paper around heuristics and illness scripts. So, what are heuristics? "Heuristics" can be defined as mental shortcuts and can act to s...

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Posted by The AMR Vet Collective Team
 

Veterinarians appalled by the number of animals killed by climate change

Veterinarians Appalled By The Number Of Animals Killed By Climate Change
Posted in Operations at 19 May, 2022

Members of Veterinarians for Climate Action (VfCA) are appalled by the ongoing loss of animals due to the rising temperature and severe weather events."We ask all those who care about animals to have climate action in the forefront of their mind when cast...

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Posted by Al Foster Vander Elst, CEO, Vets for Climate Action
 

Perfect planning: Extensive Staged Remodel for Moe Veterinary Centre

Perfect Planning Extensive Staged Remodel For Moe Veterinary Centre
Posted in Operations at 05 May, 2022

Elite Fitout recently completed work on a 3-stage refurbishment of an existing veterinary clinic while the business continued to trade in Moe, Victoria. The vision was to improve workflow and visibility throughout the clinic to better service their clien...

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Posted by The Elite Team
 

Preparing To Sell Your Veterinary Practice

Preparing To Sell Your Vet Practice
Posted in Operations at 21 April, 2022

If you're thinking of selling your veterinary practice in the not-too-distant future, it pays to begin planning sooner rather than later. Everyone's situation is different, and so is every practice. This means you should always seek independent advice......

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Posted by The Elite Team
 

A deep dive into veterinary diagnosis: Part 1 Intuitive & Analytical Systems

A Deep Dive Into Veterinary Diagnosis Part 1 Intuitive Analytical Systems
Posted in Operations at 21 April, 2022

A deep dive into how we think through diagnoses - starting with the difference between System 1 (intuitive) and System 2 (analytical) thinking. Are you keen to optimise your thinking for peak diagnostic efficiency?...

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Posted by AMR Vet Collective Team
 

Moulds, Arsenic, Soil & Sewage - a brief history of antimicrobials

Moulds Arsenic Soil Sewage A Brief History Of Antimicrobials
Posted in Operations at 31 March, 2022

Antimicrobials have a fascinating history and being aware of it helps to remind us just how lucky we are to have these amazing products in our therapeutic arsenal. The discovery of penicillin The famous story of a petri dish contaminated with a fungus le...

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Posted by AMR Vet Collective Team
 

How we successfully manage after-hours calls in our veterinary clinic

How We Successfully Manage After Hours Calls In Our Veterinary Clinic
Posted in Operations at 18 November, 2021

One of our recent after-hour emergencies involved this beautiful girl Molly, who chased a roo into a dam and the roo cut into her thoracic cavity with its back foot. My Nurse and I were able to save her which was amazing and why we offer an after-hours se...

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Posted by Dr Jocelyn Birch Baker, Practice Owner & Director Smooth Operating Vets
 

Key steps to improve nutrition protocols in your veterinary practice

Key Steps To Improve Nutrition Protocols In Your Veterinary Practice
Posted in Operations at 18 November, 2021

As a Practice Manager, it often is brought to my attention when the nurse's or vet's time-honored ways of treating, preventing or managing different conditions no longer stack up with the latest research and need to be updated. The first step in solving a...

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Posted by Jessica Joosse, Practice Manager and Blogger - Nutrition RVN
 
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