Seventy-five percent of employees have stolen from their employer at least once, according to the US Chamber of Commerce. And sadly, veterinary staff are no exception—in a 2010 AAHA survey of AAHA-accredited practices, 86% of respondents reported that employees had stolen from the business.
“We’re not a profession that does a good job at rapid change, but almost overnight we completely changed how we practice medicine.”
Veterinary teams adopted an emergency mindset when the pandemic first hit. But we’re in the “new normal” now—and teams may need to adjust clients’ expectations.
Letting your receptionists know you appreciate them is a great way to start. And now is the perfect time to do it...
The term neurodiversity came about in the 1990s and is often used in the context of autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, dyslexia, bipolar disorder, and other neurological or developmental conditions. NEWStat contributor Wendy Ringie breaks down the idea of neurodivergence, the most common conditions, and what having a “different” brain means for you, your teammates, and your clients.
AAHA Con is coming! Consider this your personal invitation from Chief Medical Officer Jessica Vogelsang, DVM, to join us in San Diego September 20–23 for the new-and-improved AAHA conference, open to all in the profession.
AAHA-Accredited Hospital Day marks a celebration of the superstars who uphold the AAHA Standards of Accreditation an d continuously pursue better care for all patients, clients, and team members . G ive your favorite AAHA-accredited vet team a high five today . They’ve earned it!
The past year has been called the “Great Resignation.” People are quitting their jobs, often with no new ones in sight. Here's how to keep it happening to your staff.
Mentorship for new positions, transitions, and those later in their careers? Why not, says Melody Martinez, CVT, who served on the 2023 AAHA Mentoring Guidelines task force. She talks to Central Line about the value of a mentor at any stage of life.
Based on the AAHA 2022 Pain Management Guidelines , the new certificate course helps every team member better understand pain in dog and cat patients, giving everyone a common language to spot and treat pain better.