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Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Sample veterinarian personal finance budget

January 30, 2014

Got budget? Most of us don't. But veterinarians are smart--too smart to ignore this vital tool to take charge of their and their families? future.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Conquering compassion fatigue in the veterinary profession

December 1, 2013

Rationing empathy and other emotional energies can be a job in itself—but learning to listen to yourself is key.

Source: FIRSTLINE

Sample script: Discussing palliative care

October 1, 2013

Do you know how to talk to your veterinary clients about palliative care? Here's a couple approaches you can try.

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Suze Orman speaks to Fla. veterinary graduates

June 12, 2013

When your aunt is a world-renowned financial guru, you still have veterinary school debt—you're just more excited about it.

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Message to WVC students: Exceed your boss's expectations

February 19, 2013

Marsha Heinke urges attendees to aspire professional value, not just success.

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Top 10 ways to feel rich even when you're broke

January 21, 2013

You can live large even when you're paying off student debt.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Veterinary vitality: Are you making time for what matters?

August 1, 2012

Don't let the demands of life in veterinary practice stand in the way of your fitness and health goals. Learn how to carve out more quality time for you and reap the benefits both in and outside of practice.

5 worst veterinary clients

June 14, 2012

An array of visitors pass through the doors of veterinarian offices. Some clients are more of an annoyance than a pleasure to work with. Here are the top five worst clients to deal with.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

3 tips to surviving in a family-owned veterinary practice

June 8, 2012

Somebody else's mom or dad, husband or wife, or son or daughter. It?s easy to feel on the outside when you have a front-row seat to personal relationships in the veterinary workplace. Use this advice from Firstline board member Shawn McVey to navigate tricky waters with style.

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