dvm360 March 2019

The first 3 minutes: Recognizing a horse in shock

February 06, 2019

With a stepwise triage exam, you can quickly recognize an equine patient in shock. Your clinical impressions and understanding of the cardiovascular circuit can help identify the type of shock, which will guide your treatment plan.

Teams, not fees, make equipment great

February 06, 2019

Forget fees. If you want to make the most of a new equipment purchase, like new digital radiography, you want your veterinary practices team on board and using it to its full potential. Here are my three steps to think about to get there.

Stop telling people what to do

February 04, 2019

If you like telling friends, family and colleagues what to do—and as a smart, solution-driven veterinary professional, you just might—it’s time to ask whether it’s what people you care about actually want or need in conversations with you.

Commentary: Could a DVM-MS degree open the door to One Health?

February 02, 2019

Modern medicine has reshaped our world. We think the next revolution could be in recognizing the interdependence of all species and all life, and creating a new dual-degree to educate the leaders of that field for the future.

VMX: Laundry, loyalty, a look at the future?

January 31, 2019

You have problems. And veterinary conference exhibit halls are full of people who want to solve them for you. Have you seen these ones yet, tackling dirty towels, jaded clients and the future of veterinary imaging?

Are practice teams in balance?

January 09, 2019

Less than half of veterinary team members are able to manage stress, managers worry in a small survey from the Veterinary Hospital Managers Association on veterinary team well-being and job satisfaction.