Not everyone loves the night shift, but Morgan Rodgers, BS, CVT, says it’s a special time that “fosters an unparalleled sense of camaraderie” and “necessitates a high level of reliance on each other.”
As the clinical skills instructor for the Veterinary Technician program at Tidewater Community College in Norfolk, Virginia, Noah Meyers, LVT, uses mock scenarios and simulations to bring anesthesia education to life for his students.
What should your team say when clients ask about pet insurance? Kate Boatright, VMD, has some pointers on how to make strong recommendations without saying too much.
A new column for NEWStat by Kate Boatright, VMD, will regularly discuss topics related to the role of the spectrum of care in improving outcomes in clinical practice.
There are many ways to show clients some love, whether it’s Valentine’s Day or any time of year. AAHA-accredited practice owner Jenn Galvin has some thoughts on appreciating the person holding your patient’s leash.
Practice owner Jenn Galvin lets us in on when she considers firing clients and tips for how to cut those ties gracefully.
By removing noncompete clauses from DVM contracts at its 46 veterinary clinics and other facilities, Destination Pet hopes to create great workplace environments that entice DVMs to stay, rather than making it legally harder for them to leave. Email subject:
From a career that started with big hair in the ‘80s and is now heading toward retirement , Vickie Byard, CVT, VTS (Dentistry), has seen enormous changes in vet med for techs, for dentistry, and for patient care . And it all happened because her practice leadership gave her the chance.
Practice owner Jenn Galvin lets us in some of her tips for battling procrastination during the holidays—and all year round.
Recovering from the holidays while kicking off a new year at a veterinary practice can be a daunting task. Practice owner Jenn Galvin offers some encouragement.