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101 Veterinary Technician Questions Answered
101 Veterinary Technician Questions Answered
Katherine Dobbs, RVT, CVPM, PHR
Pages: 208
Product Code: TPFTC
ISBN: 978-1-58326-106-4
Publication Year: 2009
Format: Perfect-bound
Dimensions: 5.5" x 8.5"
Member: $24.95
Non-Member: $29.95


Veterinary technicians learn the skills and gain the knowledge they need to get started while in veterinary technician programs, but there are many things that can be learned only on the job. 101 Veterinary Technician Questions Answered provides an insight into that kind of knowledge.

For this book, the author asked veterinary technicians to relate their most pressing veterinary technology questions. Next, experienced veterinary technicians working in the field were recruited to answer these questions—truly making this a tool for technicians by technicians. Their answers include tips that technicians can implement immediately to start making their jobs easier and more rewarding. This handy book also includes resource referrals so the reader can learn more about topics central to the field.

101 Veterinary Technician Questions Answered is ideal for entry-level technicians, and even seasoned professionals will learn something new.

“This is an excellent and timely publication loaded with thought-provoking ideas and references. Technicians of all levels and abilities will gain valuable knowledge, and anyone interested in this field should read this book to gain insight into the profession.”
Denise Mikita, MS, CVT, Colorado Association of Certified Veterinary Technicians, Executive Director 
Author Katherine Dobbs, RVT, CVPM, PHR, shares tips for technicians.

About the Author 
Katherine Dobbs, RVT, CVPM, PHR, is a writer, teacher, and speaker who has worked in animal care for more than 20 years. She has a deep love of animals and a commitment to help those professionals in animal care perform their best. She is president of Interface Veterinary HR Systems, LLC, a consulting company devoted to performance management.

Softcover, AAHA Press

Table of Contents

1. Career Development
2. Avoiding Burnout
3. Promoting the Profession
4. Client Service
5. Staff Training
6. Staff Communication
7. Work Flow
8. Safety and Regulation
9. Patient Restraint
10. Patient History and Vitals
11. Patient Treatment
12. Patient Support
13. Diagnostic and Imaging Procedures
14. Dentistry and Dental Radiography
15. Surgery and Anesthesia
16. Laboratory
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