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Experts say technicians are vital to anesthesia patient safety

May 5, 2009

In a recent summit, anesthesiologists highlight technicians' important role.

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How to avoid conflict with new associates

March 23, 2009

Here are three tips for how to adapt to the new doctor—without fighting

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Ask Amy: Silence verbal abuse

March 1, 2009

Stop hurtful and embarrassing comments.

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"I dunno" isn't an answer

March 1, 2009

Stop scrambling to find obscure objects.

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Don't forget the expenses

January 1, 2009

Your veterinary practice pulls in a lot of money, but it costs a lot to keep it going.

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Help! The owner won't tell me anything

January 1, 2009

How to find out about the practice's finances.

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Talk is cheap—and more valuable than money

November 6, 2008

Bosses say communication is better than rewards at boosting team morale, according to a new study.

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Not just a desk job

November 1, 2008

What client service decisions are appropriate for receptionists to make independently?

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Performance reviews: Get ready to shine

November 1, 2008

Sweaty palms, twitchy eyes, gritted teeth: These are sure signs your performance review looms on the horizon. Banish that dread. With a little forethought, your review will be a ray of light in your glowing career.

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