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This is what I'll be doing differently in about you?

If You Change Nothingnothing Will Change
Posted in Operations at 04 February, 2016

Last week my blog post 'What will you be doing differently in 2016?' was all about where you wanted to be in 2016. If you're happy with your work, family and personal life then congratulations you've probably already been working over the years to achiev...

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Posted by Judy Gillespie, Vetanswers

What will you be doing differently in 2016?

What Will You Be Doing Differently In 2016
Posted in Operations at 28 January, 2016

It's been a slow start for me this year. As I work from home it's a little difficult to fully concentrate on work with kids home from school but from now on there are no excuses. I have however been thinking about what I want to achieve in 2016......

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Posted by Judy Gillespie, Vetanswers

What contributes to success in our veterinary practice?

Lesley Sherry Issy At My Desk
Posted in Operations at 17 December, 2015

Success in a veterinary clinic can depend on many factors and they often have to all occur at the same time to be truly valuable. Our clinic is no different to most others around Australia I suspect in that we struggled in the early days to build a good...

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Posted by Lesley Sherry BA BSW, Business Manager Champion Lake Vet Centre

Acupuncture Treatment of a Sheep with Poor Cervical Dilation at Lambing - Case Study

Acupuncture Treatment Of A Sheep With Poor Cervical Dilation At Lambing
Posted in Operations at 17 December, 2015

A two year old South Devon ewe, at second lambing, belonging to a South Devon flock, was presented with poor cervical dilation at lambing. The ewe did not have history of dystocia. Gentle manual dilation was performed for forty minutes by the farmer befo...

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Posted by Eleonora Po, DVM, MRVCS

Right person, right role. Recruitment essentials for your veterinary practice

Right Person Right Role Recruitment Essentials For Your Veterinary Practice
Posted in Operations at 10 December, 2015

It's often said that people are our greatest asset. And it's absolutely true. Our people are the lifeblood of our veterinary business, the reason the door gets opened, the phones get answered and the patients are taken care of. But our people are also ou...

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Posted by Sue Crampton, CCG/Provet
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