Highlights from Fetch, a dvm360 conference | dvm360

Highlights from Fetch, a dvm360 conference

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VETERINARY HOSPITAL DESIGN: Nov 16, 2018
Assessing veterinary patients doesn't have to mean taking them into a 'scary' exam room.
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VETERINARY MEDICINE: Nov 15, 2018
Puppies and kittens are gifts that keep on giving (and taking your things and ripping them to shreds). Veterinary behaviorist Dr. Julia Albright provides some points for potential pet-gifters to ponder before placing a new companion under the Christmas tree.
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FIRSTLINE: Nov 14, 2018
Do you have two minutes? Feel instantly calmer with a simple stretch you can perform right in your veterinary hospital.
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dvm360.com: Nov 14, 2018
Meditation, yoga, self-care. It's about keeping yourself together so you can give your best to patients.
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VETTED: Nov 08, 2018
It's easy to be convinced of a diagnosis by a single two-dimensional image. Get the whole picture by obtaining additional angles.
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VETTED: Nov 08, 2018
Before you send off a stack of images, do your consultant (and yourself) a favor by specifying the endgame.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Nov 08, 2018
This practice owner and Get Sh*t Done conference speaker counseled colleagues to wait for a bit after being away for a conference before terminating a problem employee.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Nov 06, 2018
While speakers at Uncharted's Get Sh*t Done conference talked about branding, hiring and personnel management, they seemed to be telling a story about the power of stories: your team members' and your practice's.
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FIRSTLINE: Nov 06, 2018
After you get a complaint, but before you make a decision as a veterinary practice owner or manager about employee discipline or big process changes, this kennel-attendant-turned-practice-owner told conference-goers to ask themselves and others two important questions.
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VETERINARY HOSPITAL DESIGN: Nov 02, 2018
A movable clinic might be just the right thing for your clientele.