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Ever feel like a total failure in your veterinary job?

Do You Ever Feel Like A Total Failure In Your Veterinary Job V2
Posted in 1. Mental health resources at 16 February, 2019

Whether it's messing up as a dad or mum or dropping the ball on something at work or even just forgetting to return a client phone call when you promised when you feel like you're failing it can be tough to pick yourself up and keep going....

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Posted by Dr Diederik Gelderman, Turbo Charge Your Practice
 

Do Vets Lack Empathy?

2019 Do Vets Lack Empathy
Posted in Client Service at 07 February, 2019

A few years ago I bought a motorbike. I'd never been much of a petrolhead, but I was approaching 40, so It was a 1975 Honda XL 350, with style and character in spades, but it ran a bit rough, so I took it to a mechanic who specialises in old bikes for a...

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4 Comments   Posted by Dr Hubert Hiemstra
 

So Many Other Things: The Reality of Veterinary Practice Part 2 - Hustle & Bustle

So Many Other Things Part 2 Hustle And Bustle
Posted in So Many Other Things... at 06 December, 2018

The rhythm of a typical day at Brudine is dictated by an ongoing tussle between order and unpredictability. Setting order are the appointments schedule (for consultations) and the hospital board (for surgeries, diagnostics, observations and boarders). Lik...

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Posted by Michael Weinhardt, Michael Weinhardt Photography
 

How do you move on and grow after leaving a long-term veterinary job?

How Do You Move On And Grow After Leaving A Long Term Veterinary Job
Posted in Our Community at 13 September, 2018

When you leave a long-term job because things no longer feel right - how do you move forward from the feelings of grief? How do you get back the motivation & spark? A difficult yet important question from a member of our Community......

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Posted by Anonymous
 

It's never too early to start developing leadership skills in your veterinary team

Im Too Young To Be A Leader
Posted in Management at 26 March, 2018

"I'm too young to be a leader in my veterinary practice - I wouldn't know where to start!" The fact is whether you're a vet nurse or a veterinarian, as you become more experienced, younger team members, both nurses and vets, will start to look to you for...

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2 Comments   Posted by Judy Gillespie, Vetanswers
 
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