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Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Take on obesity one bowl at a time

May 1, 2005

If an indoor cat has a low-protein, high-carbohydrate diet and nothing to do, the inevitable will ensue.

Source: DVM Training Room

Simple forms can help train new hires

April 19, 2005

So, you have found the perfect person to fill the position of veterinarian (or technician, client service representative).

Source: DVM Training Room

Five strategies for making reminders work harder

March 16, 2005

Reminder cards are veterinarians' strongest tool to build repeat business and help their clients keep up-to-date on their pets' care.

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Mentoring bridges veterinary medicine's future with its collective experiences

March 1, 2005

Young veterinarians seek and value mentoring in their schooling and in the early years of practice.

Source: DVM Training Room

Avoiding conflict difficult, but important to good management

February 17, 2005

If you are upset or angry about something, you need to confront the situation. Avoidance of co-workers and strained relationships can result in further problems. However, this doesn't mean you have to confront immediately if you are too angry to be constructive right that minute.

Source: DVM Training Room

Teamwork takes communication

January 9, 2005

"Happiness is not the absence of conflict but the ability to cope with it."

Source: DVM Training Room

Mind the three Rs: recall, recheck or remind

December 21, 2004

The usual encounter starts with a progress-notes entry for the client concern, a weight (hopefully sequential with a body-condition score), a TPR, a BP, lead II ECG, tonopen screen and maybe even a urinary kidney screen.

Source: DVM Training Room

What is your leadership role?

December 1, 2004

The leader's role changes at each stage of team development. Are you doing the right things to help your team grow and go?

Source: DVM Training Room

Are you designing your destiny?

November 16, 2004

One of the most often-used consultation summaries, in my experience, comes from the comments on creating our own day.

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