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Warning! Be alert for the dreaded ‘End of Year Fatigue Syndrome’ in your veterinary team

Warning Be Alert For The Dreaded End Of Year Fatigue Syndrome In Your Veterinary Team
Posted in Guest Blogger at 06 December, 2018

Have you noticed any signs of fatigue, grumpiness, stress or a strange wild-eyed look in the eyes of any of your staff? If the staff in question also have children then they may already be suffering from the dreaded 'end of year fatigue syndrome' - a str...

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1 Comments   Posted by Judy Gillespie, Vetanswers

Improving the resilience of your veterinary team

Improving The Resilience Of Your Veterinary Team 2
Posted in Management at 07 June, 2018

Resilience is about overcoming challenges, managing change, dealing with adversity and reaching out for help. Recently, there seems to be more information and research available about improving the resilience of our veterinary teams and this is fantastic...

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Posted by Dr Natasha Wilks, BVSc Dip Coaching CAPP B3, High Performance Vets

Top 10 Veterinary Blog Posts & Resources for August 2017

Top 10 Blog Posts Resourcers August V2500x500
Posted in Our Community at 07 September, 2017

Which blog posts and resources caught the attention of the Vetanswers Community during August? In case you missed them the first time around......

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Posted by Judy Gillespie and a range of veterinary bloggers

So what are you wearing? The online survey results are in!

Survey Results What Are You Wearing 500x500
Posted in Our Community at 07 September, 2017

What do you think of your veterinary uniform? We asked our Community... After a post on the Vetanswers Facebook Page about the importance to team morale and uniforms sparked quite a few comments, I thought it would be interesting to see what our Communit...

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Posted by Judy Gillespie

What does it matter what I wear to work at a veterinary clinic anyway!

What Does It Matter What I Wear To Work At A Veterinary Clinic Anyway
Posted in Management at 10 August, 2017

The most important part of your job in your veterianry team are your skills and ability to help your patients right? How you look shouldn't make a difference, as long as your clothing is practical and takes into account all safety requirements..well yes &...

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Posted by Judy Gillespie, Vetanswers
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