January / February 2017

  • How to assess ophthalmic health using 2 simple tests.
  • Discover how to make salary negotiations a win for everyone.
  • Share these 5 tips with clients to achieve postoperative success for their pets.
Table of Contents January / February 2017

Preoperative Surgical Site Preparation

All team members, not simply the surgery team, need to be compliant with proper aseptic procedures. Explore key techniques and protocols for aseptic surgical site preparation in the veterinary practice.

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Adult Learning & Team Training

Team training may seem daunting, but armed with these simple adult learning principles and the active learning model, an effective training plan is just a couple steps away.

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Gabapentin

This quick reference guide covers the highlights of gabapentin.

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Dry Eye in Dogs: When Good Glands Go Bad

Keratoconjunctivitis sicca (KCS)  has acute and chronic manifestations. Identify contributing factors and predisposed breeds with this comprehensive guide. 

Peer Reviewed

Let’s Spark a Wellness Revolution!

The veterinary wellness revolution starts here. Start your journey with these 5 steps.

Peer Reviewed

Bridging the Veterinary–Human Healthcare Communication Divide

Don't let legal and logistical barriers interfere when communicating with human healthcare professionals. Use these tips to overcome the obstacles.

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Top 5 Tips for Postoperative At-Home Care

Pets' postoperative care can be confusing for clients. Make sure to cover these important tips.

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Conflict Is Not Always a Bad Thing

Conflict in practice is inevitable. Work through disagreements productively with these tips.

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Cyclosporine Ophthalmic

There are intricacies to using this drug right. This quick reference guide covers the highlights of cyclosporine.

Making Salary Negotiations a Win-Win

Successful negotiation often means being informed, creative, and flexible. Use these tips to think outside of the box. 

Peer Reviewed

2 Simple Tests for Assessing Ophthalmic Health

Schirmer tear testing and fluorescein staining are tests frequently performed in practice. Review key steps of these important ophthalmic assessments.

Peer Reviewed
Capsules January / February 2017

Veterinary Team Brief delivers practical skills for team-based medicine—with clinical strategies for team training, peer-reviewed credibility, concise content, essential training modules, and easy-to-implement protocols. From the publisher of Clinician's Brief.