- Detox your workplace environment using these simple tips
- Recognize and alleviate signs of stress when canine patients visit the practice
- Characterize GI signs and identify next steps with this handy GI history checklist
The financial outlook can be overwhelming for veterinary professionals, but focusing on the factors you can control and starting to invest now, no matter how small the amount, can have a big impact on your future financial health.
Prescription writing can look like another language. Review the common acronyms and abbreviations used when prescribing medications.
Facial expressions provide insight into a client’s emotional reaction, creating an opportunity for connection, clear communication, and ongoing retention. Quiz yourself on these common emotions encountered in practice.
The US government offers a number of veterinary careers outside of clinical practice. What are these opportunities for veterinary professionals?
NAVTA is working toward a national unifying credential for veterinary technicians, along with a title change to veterinary nurse. Learn about the proposed changes and view the current regulations in your state using this interactive map.
Practices that use veterinary nurses to their full potential will reap the rewards. Here are 5 reasons they are essential to practice success.
Excellent wound care, client education, and coordination with the entire veterinary team were the keys to healing this patient’s complicated open wound.
Obtaining a thorough gastrointestinal history initially can save time and improve efficiency. Use this sample checklist to characterize signs and determine next steps.
Fostering a positive practice culture is no easy task. Take these steps to prevent a toxic work environment.
New ideas are vital for keeping a veterinary practice current and successful. Follow these proven methods to ensure a proposed initiative has the best chance of success.
Making small changes in how team members interact with dogs can reduce patient anxiety. Try these tips to make visits less stressful for everyone.
Every practice has a culture, whether intentionally created or not. Explore ways to identify, develop, and maintain the right culture for your practice.
Bandages are used frequently in veterinary patients for a variety of reasons, and all bandages follow the same basic application principles. These images demonstrate proper bandage application in canine and feline patients.