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Top 10 Veterinary Blog Posts & Resources for September 2017

Posted in Our Community @ Oct 5th 2017 - By Judy Gillespie, Vetanswers and a range of veterinary bloggers
Top 10 Veterinary Blog Posts Resources September Red

Which blog postss an resources caught the attention of our veterinary community during September?

In case you missed them the first time around...

1. Are you inspiring your veterinary team?

By: Judy Gillespie Vetanswers

A few years ago, a report found that 48% of Australian employees rate the ability to motivate and inspire as the single most important attribute of a successful leader. The study also showed that nearly a third of Australian workers were motivated by an organisation's vision and having a strong understanding of how their role contributes to achieving the organisations' goals.

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2. Vetanswers Free Resources - Staff Meeting Agenda & Minutes

By: Judy Gillespie, Vetanswers

This resource is regularly in the Top 10 which hopefully means lots of veterinary practices are holding regular team meetings.

Click here and scroll down to 'Team Meeting Agenda & Minutes'

3. Veterinary Dental Charting for Dummies

By: Dr Liz Chmurycz, Russell Vale Animal Clinic

Another post that often appears in our 'Top 10..' lists - Are you overlooking one of the most inexpensive yet effective tools  in the dental services you offer? Even better, it's something your veterinary clients really appreciate & value.

Click here to read more...

4. 5 Steps to creating a healthy habit

By: Dr Cathy Warburton, Make Headway

Are you a gunna (I'm gunna do it) or a doer? Or, like many of us, are you a doer at work and a gunna at home – great at setting and achieving work-related goals but somehow never quite getting to exercise or going to bed on time or calling your mum?

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5. Canine Premedication and Sedation "Cheat Sheet"

By Dr Jen Davis, Vet Anaesthesia Blog

One of the most common requests that Dr Jen hears, as a specialist veterinary anaesthetist, from vets and nurse in general practice is for a premedication / sedation “cheat sheet”.

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6. What does it matter what I wear to work in a veterinary clinic anyway!

By Judy Gillespie, Vetanswers

The most important part of your job in your veterinary team are your skills and abilities – right? How you look shouldn’t make a difference, as long as your clothing is practical and takes into account all safety requirements, that’s all that matters – right?

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7. Designing the Perfect Organisational Chart for your Veterinary Business

By Judy Gillespie, Vetanswers

Do you have an organisational chart for your veterinary business? Many small businesses assume that they don’t need an organisational chart as everyone knows what they have to do. To a certain degree this may be true – at the moment - but as we all know things change.  

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8. Do you need to be in a veterinary "Group" to be competitive?

By Tracey Kamens, Veterinary Growth Partners

The question many independent veterinary practice owners are asking is “Do I need to be in a ‘Group’ to be competitive?" The short answer is No – however here are some questions to consider...

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9. Yes, there IS something you can do to better understand your team

By Deb Render, CCG/Provet

Practice Managers, Team Leaders, Coordinators:  whatever they might be called in your veterinary practice, are all essentially in the same business – the people business. Often, however, our Practice Managers are left fighting fires and dealing with personality clashes and miscommunications but having the ability to “speak the language” of each individual in the team can begin to clear the way

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10. DIY Enrichment Ideas for Dogs

By Gillian Shippen, Pets Need A LIfe Too

Pet enrichment is finally becoming the flavour of the month. Toys don't have to be expensive as there are quite a range of DIY options. So many pet people are now embracing the movement of providing behaviour enrichment for their pets and there are now Facebook groups and other web pages dedicated to promoting and sharing enrichment ideas - both commercially available toys and homemade ideas. 

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