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Steve the Birdbox... Encouraging positivity & fun in your veterinary team

Steve The Birdbox Encouraging Positivity Fun In Your Veterinary Team 2
Posted in Our Community at 06 November, 2019

Keen to turn your veterinary staff meetings into a more positive and fun event that your team looks forward to? Then you might want to consider your very own 'Steve the Birdbox'!...

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Posted by Tania, Thornleigh Veterinary Hospital
 

Breastfeeding Friendly Accreditation - build loyalty & satisfaction within your veterinary team

Breastfeeding Friendly Workplace Improve Welfare And Loyalty In Veterinary Practice
Posted in Our Community at 31 October, 2019

The words "feminisation of the veterinary industry" have been thrown around a lot lately. It's about time we stop the negative rhetoric and accept that working mothers are a huge part of our workforce and that's neither good or bad. It's a fact that we h...

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Posted by Dr Sasha Nefedova, General Manager PETstock VET
 

When it hits the fan. Dealing with mistakes in veterinary practice (part 2)

When It Hits The Fan
Posted in Our Community at 19 September, 2019

What do we do when what we fear has happened? When you've done something, or didn't do something, and the outcome for your patient has not been good. Luckily we have decades of research from both the medical and veterinary worlds to learn from. Some of th...

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2 Comments   Posted by Dr Hubert Hiemstra
 

Avoid making mistakes & you may not grow into the best possible version of you (part 1)

Avoid Making Mistakes And You May Not Grow Into The Best Possible Version Of You Red
Posted in Our Community at 05 September, 2019

Most veterinarians have a long history of success & achievement, so when faced with the embarrassment of failure it can be a uncomfortable space to occupy. So how do we get past this? It's the weekend. You've had a challenging week at work, but you coped...

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Posted by Dr Hubert Hiemstra
 

It's ok not to be ok. The benefits of a Mood Board for your veterinary team

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Posted in Our Community at 22 August, 2019

A few week's ago I came across an awesome post on Instagram from Animal Emergency Centre (@aecvets) with images and an explanation of their brilliant Mood Board: It's OK to not be OK. Each shift the team picks a feeling they're currently relating to and w...

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Posted by Judy Gillespie with Amy Noonan & Todd Wade from AEC
 
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