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10 things to say (& 10 not to say) to a friend suffering mental health problems

10 Things To Say And 10 Things Not To Say To A Friend Suffering Mental Health Problems
Posted in Our Community at 05 October, 2018

You may have a friend, family member or veterinary colleague suffering from mental health issues. But knowing what to say to offer help and support can be a challenge. You don&t want to say the wrong thing or something that may make them feel even worse....

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Posted by Rosie Overfield

Work in the veterinary industry? Then it's probably time for a REAL break.

Work In The Veterinary Industry Then Its Probably Time For A Real Break Red
Posted in Our Community at 30 November, 2017

I'm starting to realise that the countdown to both Christmas and the end of 2017 is now upon us. And for those of you lucky enough to be taking a break from work and perhaps going away for a holiday it's also time to start thinking about that too. But wh...

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Posted by Judy Gillespie, Vetanswers

Turn down the churn - getting your mind off your veterinary work

Turn Down The Churn
Posted in Management at 29 June, 2017

Mind churn... it's a common occurence in the veterinary industry. You go to work, work hard, do your best and head off home to rest and recover in preparation for repeating the process the next day. You get home, change into clothes that don't smell ......

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Posted by Dr Cathy Warburton, Make Headway

Veterinary Superhero? Not always ... (& that's ok)

Veterinary Superhero Not Always And Thats Ok 500 X 500
Posted in Our Community at 01 June, 2017

Even though sometimes we may feel it, the fact is that none of us are superheroes. And we can't always achieve everything we think we should all the time. Sometimes we just need to say, "At this point in time, this is the best I can do." And be ok with it...

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Posted by Judy Gillespie, Vetanswers

Getting the monkeys off your back – how not to take everything on

Getting The Monkeys Off Your Back How Not To Take Everything On
Posted in Management at 26 April, 2017

If you work in a veterinary practice, you'll know how diffcult it is to NOT take everything on.... There is a lovely little video on dvm360 where they use the analogy of loading more and more monkeys on your back as you go through your day. the monkeys re...

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Posted by Dr Cathy Warburton, Make Headway
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