They may not happen often, but when cardiopulmonary events occur, your team needs to jump into action quickly. Here’s your nudge to take another look at your practice’s preparedness to perform CPR.
2023 International Assistance Dog Week is August 6-12 and it’s a great opportunity to raise awareness of the unique needs of working, assistance, and therapy dogs. AAHA has a free toolkit to get the conversation started.
Are you a vet tech who dreams of owning a practice? Or are you an owner with a superstar technician you’d want to partner with? When techs own veterinary practices, their insider knowledge is a tremendous asset.
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) .
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.
When a patient appears with an unspecified reaction, it’s crucial to gather as much data as possible from the pet owner, the physical exam, and the lab to recognize a serious or even deadly reaction and respond accordingly.
Intimidated by exotics? The “Exotic Vet Consultant” Kristen Turner, DVM, talks with columnist Emily Singler, VMD, about how to handle small mammals, reptiles, amphibians, and birds, when they show up in general 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.
From a humble mobile surgery practice, Daniel Stobie, DVM, MS, DACVS, built NorthStar VETS into a referral practice with a 33,000-square-foot facility and 250 employees covering 20 different specialties—but it’s his team that he is most proud of.
The Center for Veterinary Social Work at the University of Tennessee is “a space for all professionals with an interest in human and animal welfare to come together to collaborate.” As the field of veterinary social work gains popularity, how it’s taught and practiced is growing up too.