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Source: CVC IN WASHINGTON, D.C. PROCEEDINGS

Compounding issues: quality, safety, and efficacy (Proceedings)

May 1, 2011

Individualized drug therapy increasingly is being recognized as an important aspect of health care for both human and veterinary medicine. Consequently, veterinarians must reach beyond FDA-approved veterinary products to provide the current standard of veterinary care to their patients.

Source: CVC IN WASHINGTON, D.C. PROCEEDINGS

Making the transition from technician to manager (Proceedings)

May 1, 2011

Are you a successful veterinary technician who is considering tackling a new position in the veterinary field? Or are you a technician who has been recently promoted into a management or supervisory position?

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Managing complications in diabetic cats

May 1, 2011

Learn the signs and common treatments for the chronic and acute complications that may develop so you can help catch them early in your feline patients.

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Top 5 dermatology questions clients ask technicians

May 1, 2011

Use this information to successfully answer clients' questions about their pets' dermatology issues.

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Easy way to store leashes at your veterinary clinic

May 1, 2011

Get a leash, on leashes.

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Trade ideas for cash at your veterinary clinic

May 1, 2011

Save money, earn cash.

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Generic drugs: The benefits and challenges

May 1, 2011

Knowing about the drugs your veterinary practice uses is becoming increasingly important as new products emerge and clients become more aware of options. Here's how to educate—and bond—with your clients using your drug expertise.

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How to tackle trainee trouble at your veterinary practice

April 1, 2011

If your trainer-trainee relationship isn't working, consider the following advice and get back on track.

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Do you train team members? 4 ways to do it well

April 1, 2011

Training new hires is essential to your practice—and it's not always easy. Here are some tips for teaching old pros some new-hire training tricks.

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