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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
 

Not the boss? Doesn't mean you can't become a great leader in your veterinary practice

Not The Boss Doesnt Mean You Cant Become A Great Leader In Your Veterinary Practice
Posted in Management at 23 November, 2017

Even if you don't have a 'Title' there's no reason why you can't step up into a leadership role, especially if, for whatever reason, you can see there's a bit of a void....

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Posted by Judy Gillespie, Vetanswers
 

10 reasons why every veterinary practice owner should pay for their nurses to join the VNCA

Posted in Management at 29 September, 2016

A few years ago, I had the pleasure of having a coffee with Jo Hatcher & Helen Power from the VNCA and I was really impressed with how passionate the Association is about providing support, resources, and guidance for their members - the more support they...

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Don't be afraid of mental health first aid for your veterinary practice

Dont Be Afraid Of Mental Health First Aid In Your Veterinary Practice V2
Posted in 1. Mental health resources at 14 September, 2016

We can all be gatekeepers of each other's mental health in the veterinary industry. A Veterinarian in your practice seems a little different lately. She is quieter and you're noticing she is struggling to make quick decisions. Additionally, she has .........

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Posted by Rosie Overfield, CCG
 

Conversations on a bus...Hanson, Trump & why I chose to be a veterinary nurse

Conversationa On A Bus
Posted in Our Community at 21 July, 2016

Sometimes conversations with strangers on a bus can take an interesting turn... I don't normally travel via public transport but with my much beloved convertible being out of action these last 3 months I have been forced to rely on .........

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Posted by Gillian Shippen, Nurse Manager & Director, Pets Need A Life Too
 
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