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April 2014 You Are Not Alone
Examine the disturbing trend of veterinary cyberbullying, and discover 5 common—and not so common—complications of flea and tick infestations. Plus, is a romantic relationship with a client ever appropriate?
Difficult clients do require extra time and energy but it is possible to overcome the challenges they present.
Your résumé is the one tool that can determine whether you receive an interview that could lead to your dream job in veterinary medicine. What does that have to do with feng shui? Quite a lot.
Offering working parents accommodations may create conflict when team members who do not have children are not offered the same accommodations.
Knowing the newest treatment options and specialty services available is critical, or your clients may likely leave.
This report, inspired by veterinarian Shirley Koshi, explores cyberbulling and how veterinary professionals can avoid its toll.
One Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) type, ISTJ, is common among veterinary teams. Find out what ISTJs can bring to the team.
One expert names the top 5 complications of flea and tick infestations.
Caring for your patients can take a toll on your physical and emotional health. Minimize compassion fatigue by identifying stressors from work and home.
Understanding your current happiness level can help you determine if that level is acceptable or if it could be increased.
Does your practice have a policy for dating clients? How should you respond when trying to maintain professional boundaries?
It’s no secret that the financial health of new veterinarians is guarded. Work toward financial freedom by following these 5 steps.
From the peak season to the best removal method, set the facts straight about ticks. Download this client handout to debunk common tick myths.
Vector-borne diseases and ticks are important topics every team member should understand. Use this refresher to help your team provide the most accurate information to clients.
From understanding the basics to understanding specific signs and treatment protocols, every team member plays a role in educating clients about ticks and managing these cases.
Each team member can use this checklist to know their roles in educating clients about tick preventives and the importance of year-round prevention .
Whether discussing prevention, removal, or vector-borne diseases, every team member should be prepared to talk to clients about ticks. Here are 3 common conversations to anticipate.
Tick species and populations vary according to region, ecology, and environmental patterns. Review these common ticks and the diseases they transmit.
The veterinary team is the first line of defense against tick-borne-diseases. Review common pathogens, examination findings, diagnosis and treatment, and tips for prevention.
Use this Social Media Calendar to educate your clients about surgery and how they can care for their pet after surgery.