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Five Easy Steps To Minimise The Stress in your Life

5 Easy Steps To Minimise The Stress In Your Life 4
Posted in Our Community at 28 July, 2020

Stress gets to us all. Whether it's work or home-related; it can leave us feeling drained, tired, stuck and unable to move forward. To succeed in both your Veterinary business and life generally, you need to learn both how to minimise the likelihood of b...

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Posted by Dr Diederik Gelderman, Turbo Charge Your Practice
 

Veterinary Science Unhelpful Belief #5: Being a vet defines who you are

5 Commonly Held Beliefs In Veterinary Science That Dont Do Us Any Good Part 5 Being A Vet
Posted in Our Community at 09 July, 2020

Oh you're a vet! 2 things are happening in the head of the person you've just met: 1. they're thinking of a question to ask you & 2. they've just labelled you......

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Posted by Dr Hubert Hiemstra
 

Success In Veterinary Business: Are You Inviting The Magic?

Success In Veterinary Business Are You Inviting The Magic
Posted in Management at 25 June, 2020

When you allow 'magic' to happen in your veterinary practice, it can become a regular occurrence! Isn't the universe awesome?! I love it when you come up against a challenge or problem in your business and then bam! All of a sudden, as if from nowhere......

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Posted by Dr Diederik Gelderman, Turbo Charge Your Practice
 

Veterinary Science Unhelpful Belief #3: Vet science is much harder than other jobs

Veterinary Science Unhelpful Belief 3 Vet Science Is Much Harder Than Other Jobs
Posted in Our Community at 25 June, 2020

You've heard those conversations where vets pontificate about the injustice of their lot in life and their poor career choices. We love to share stories about old acquaintances who are invariably less talented and not nearly as smart as us (we're vets af...

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2 Comments   Posted by Dr Hubert Hiemstra
 

AVA Media Release: Understanding the factors behind vet suicide

Posted in Our Community at 28 May, 2020

AVA Media Release: Following last night's SBS Insight special discussing suicide and mental health in the veterinary profession, the Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) is calling for greater public awareness of the pressures faced by vete...

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It’s ok to be a bit hard on yourself, but…

Its Ok To Be A Bit Hard On Yourself But
Posted in Guest Blogger at 14 May, 2020

Being a bit hard on yourself is ok as long as you&re also kind to yourself...and patient! I watched the frustration grow on her face as she struggled to lift the ovary far enough out of the abdomen to get a clamp behind it. We were all sweating in the st...

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Posted by Dr Hubert Hiemstra
 

Want more fun & satisfaction and less stress & frustration in your veterinary job?

Want More More Fun Satisfaction And Less Stress Frustration In Your Veterinary Job 4
Posted in Management at 07 May, 2020

Would you like more of the fun & satisfaction and less of the frustration & stress of working in the veterinary industry? Picture this scenario. Josie brings in "Bingo", a young, healthy cat with a large facial abscess. The decision is made to admit......

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Posted by Dr Cathy Warburton, Make Headway
 

The safest & smartest investment you can make? Investing in your Self Worth.

The Safest Smartest Investment You Can Make Investing In Your Self Worth
Posted in Guest Blogger at 13 February, 2020

Do you have self-worth? What about others in your veterinary team? First things first you are AMAZING, so you have every reason to be confident in who you are. But are you? Confidentially: seriously, this is something I struggle with every day and many...

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Posted by Dr Diederik Gelderman, Turbo Charge Your Practice
 

Tips for self-care over the Christmas holidays...& every day

Tips For Self Care Over The Christmas Holidays Every Other Day V2 Red
Posted in 1. Mental health resources at 18 December, 2019

This time of the year can be tough for many people. Looking after ourselves is crucial if we want to maintain a healthy level of wellbeing - that doesn't just mean physically, but psychologically as well. Typically, the Christmas period can be a stressful...

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Posted by Dr Nadine Hamilton, Love Your Pet Love Your Vet & Positive Psych Solutions
 

Great ideas for improving the health and well-being of your veterinary team

Great Ideas For Improving The Health And Well Being Of Your Veterinary Team Red
Posted in 1. Mental health resources at 25 November, 2019

Mental Health challenges in the vet industry have received lots of attention in recent months. From national interest on The Project to a review of Victorian Vet Board Guidelines, our profession is scrambling to work out the best solutions for affected i...

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Posted by Dr Sasha Nefedova, General Manager PETstock VET
 

Steve the Birdbox... Encouraging positivity & fun in your veterinary team

Steve The Birdbox Encouraging Positivity Fun In Your Veterinary Team 2
Posted in Our Community at 06 November, 2019

Keen to turn your veterinary staff meetings into a more positive and fun event that your team looks forward to? Then you might want to consider your very own 'Steve the Birdbox'!...

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Posted by Tania, Thornleigh Veterinary Hospital
 

Forward Booking at your veterinary practice? Seriously..why wouldn't you?

Forward Booking At Your Veterinary Practice Seriously Why Wouldnt You
Posted in Operations at 26 September, 2019

Do you always re-schedule the client's next visit before they leave your veterinary practice? You do realise that forward booking is actually a service to me (the client) don't you? By helping me to make my next appointment you've taken away one more thin...

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Posted by Judy Gillespie, Vetanswers
 

3 Things I bet you didn't know about... KICK ASS VETS

3 Things I Bet You Didnt Know About
Posted in 3 Things I bet you didn't know at 04 September, 2019

KICK ASS VETS provides practical, tangible and immediately implementable tools to help EMPOWER veterinarians to fall back in love with their career. They are absolute experts at understanding where associate vets are coming from when working in clinical p...

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Posted by Dr Ann Herbst, KICK ASS VETS
 

So Many Other Things: The Reality of Veterinary Practice Part 17 - Conclusion

So Many Other Things - The Reality of Working in Veterinary Practice Conclusion
Posted in So Many Other Things... at 29 August, 2019

Scientists, detectives, carers, shepherds, counsellors, colleagues, mentors, mediators, negotiators, advocates, risk managers.

There are many skills that veterinary services workers will need to have beyond treating sick animals. The reality is the fir...

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Posted by Michael Weinhardt, Michael Weinhardt Photography
 

It's ok not to be ok. The benefits of a Mood Board for your veterinary team

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Posted in Our Community at 22 August, 2019

A few week's ago I came across an awesome post on Instagram from Animal Emergency Centre (@aecvets) with images and an explanation of their brilliant Mood Board: It's OK to not be OK. Each shift the team picks a feeling they're currently relating to and w...

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Posted by Judy Gillespie with Amy Noonan & Todd Wade from AEC
 

So Many Other Things: The Reality of Veterinary Practice Part 16 - Full Responsibility

4. So Many Other Things - The Reality of Veterinary Practice Part 16 Full Responsibility
Posted in So Many Other Things... at 15 August, 2019

In preparation for work as a vet or a vet nurse, education is required and significant work experience is essential. As much as university must provide the former, the onus is on the individual for the latter. Though, no matter how much preparation throug...

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Posted by Michael Weinhardt, Michael Weinhardt Photography
 

Four words to help you move forward in your veterinary career.

Four Words To Help You Move Forward In Your Veterinary Career V2 Red
Posted in Our Community at 08 August, 2019

On the 16th October, there's an awesome 1 day symposium being held in Sydney. Four-Words Forwards! is a 1-day workshop promoting wellbeing and tapping into resources we may not know we have. Our speakers will provide bite-sized insights, with a focus on...

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Posted by Dr Anne Fawcett
 

So Many Other Things: The Reality of Veterinary Practice Part 15 - First Steps

So Many Other Things The Reality Of Veterinary Practice Part 15 1
Posted in So Many Other Things... at 01 August, 2019

The beginning of a career in veterinary services extends far back before the first day of work after graduation. A few Brudine vets worked as vet nurses before or during study. Some grew up in the country, some in the city. All had a love of...

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Posted by Michael Weinhardt, Michael Weinhardt Photography
 

So Many Other Things: The Reality of Veterinary Practice Part 14 - Ouroboros

7.1. So Many Other Things: The Reality of Veterinary Practice Part 14: Ouroboros
Posted in So Many Other Things... at 17 July, 2019

Over time, people working in veterinary services seem to, if not must, develop various mechanisms for dealing with the complex demands of their work. Time is, of course, one way to find that perspective.
Philosophy is another. Thinking about the "why" o...

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Posted by Michael Weinhardt, Michael Weinhardt Photography
 

What to do when a veterinary colleague or client self-discloses or talks about suicide

What to do when a veterinary colleague self discloses or talks about suicide
Posted in 1. Mental health resources at 11 July, 2019

What do you say if someone tells you they want to end it all? Important advice from psychologist Dr Nadine Hamilton... "Don't tell anyone, but I want to end it all". These are words none of us want to hear. Why? Because often we feel incredibly uncomfort...

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Posted by Dr Nadine Hamilton, Love Your Pet Love Your Vet
 
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