How are you and your team working through today’s unforeseen challenges? If you’re feeling stressed, that’s no surprise. “Ambiguity and uncertainty drive stress,” says Randy Hall, founder and CEO of Aspire and veterinary leadership consultant.
Back in the early days of the pandemic, people talked about the future in terms of “when things get back to normal.” Not anymore. Now they talk in terms of the “the new normal,” and what that’s going to look like. For many animal hospitals, the new normal is already here.
As more Americans are getting their COVID vaccinations, many veterinary practices are working to figure out their vaccination policy.
Letting your receptionists know you appreciate them is a great way to start. And now is the perfect time to do it...
Question: What does your competition charge for a digital dental radiograph? A. $65 B. $89 C. $123 Answer: It depends on where you practice.*
Both the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health provide online resources for emergency responders and others facing traumatic incident stress. While these resources focus on more acute situations, much of the information applies to veterinary teams working during the pandemic, such as . . .
The veterinary profession continues to adapt on the fly to the unprecedented challenges of the pandemic.
Veterinary practices continue to adapt as the COVID-19 situation develops in their communities. Here are seven ways to adapt.
This week: New legislation introduced to relieve veterinary student debt, and the Iditarod crowns a champion despite COVID-19 fears. Plus, five questions scientists are asking about coronavirus.
Pet euthanasia is always hard, but COVID-19 has made it even harder. Here's how some AAHA-accreded practices are trying to balance precautionary measures with compassion for families and their pets.