Founded in 2023, the online collaborative space known as VetHive operates on four principles: creating a culture of support, rejecting the ivory tower mentality, being our authentic selves, and viewing veterinary medicine as a team sport. NEWStat chats with founder Kate Baker, DVM, MS, DACVP (Clinical Pathology) .
Elizabeth Musgreave , CVT, sa ys she “could not imagine life without a cat . ” I n her role at Hickory Veterinary and Specialty Hospital in Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania , she strives to improve the lives of all her patients —and to raise awareness of the role of veterinary technicians in animal welfare.
Are you missing charges? Keeping too much inventory on-hand? Practice owner Jenn Galvin has ideas for how to keep the team happier and discover hidden revenue in the process.
The same Stress First Aid tools that help with your team and your own wellbeing are helpful when approaching clients as well. Health and wellbeing coach Melyssa Allen, MA, NBC-HWC, DACLM, guides us through the process.
You are invited to join the Spectrum of Care Initiative Advisory Community (SOCI), which is seeking practitioners who work with a socioeconomically diverse clientele to help better prepare veterinary school graduates for the challenges of practice.
What happens when college sweetheart veterinarians work together? When they embrace community service, teamwork, and the passion to provide the best care, their practice becomes a finalist for the 2023 AAHA-Accredited Practice of the Year.
With the help of her DVM dad, a newly graduated veterinarian opened her own small animal and equine practice on the outskirts of Kansas State University’s campus—now TimberCreek Veterinary Hospital is a finalist to be the 2023 AAHA-Accredited Practice of the Year. Will they take home the prize? We’ll find out at AAHA Con in San Diego!
As a five-time AQHA World Champion, Deah Hessian, DVM, knows the value of hard work and perseverance; and as the owner of Palisades Veterinary Hospital in Fountain Hills, Arizona, she and her team have earned a coveted spot in the running to be the 2023 AAHA-Accredited Practice of the Year.
Matt Motta, PhD, and Gabriella Motta, VMD, are a brother-sister research team who (along with fellow researcher Dominik Stecula, PhD), are examining vaccine hesitancy among dog owners, drawing connections between pet owners’ decisions, fears about human vaccines, and the lasting effects of Covid-19.