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Doctor Conflict
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Ask Shawn: Pain in the heart

January 1, 2012

Here's what to do when the veterinarian at your clinic doesn't believe in pain management.

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Drug abuse poses a load of liability problems

June 1, 2011

After a recent talk I gave in Las Vegas, a veterinarian came up to the podium and told me she'd been considering applying to law school.

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Q&A: How should I deal with a veterinary boss that shouts and curses at me?

May 1, 2011

No team member should have to deal with that verbal abuse. It's time to take the veterinarian aside.

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Revenge against your boss: When is it too much?

April 5, 2011

A new study says that active retaliation against your boss is more serious than withholding knowledge.

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Do you know a "Dr. Receptionist" who jeopardizes patient care?

March 25, 2011

The following is a letter sent in by a veterinarian. Let us know if you can relate—or think the receptionist deserves a break.

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Survey Results: Are veterinary technicians valued?

March 1, 2011

Survey Results: Are veterinary technicians valued?

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Ask Shawn: An inappropriate imitation request

February 1, 2011

My well-meaning boss will frequently say to a team member who isn't performing up to par, "You should be more like (another employee)." I've seen the team member not only take offense to the boss's statement but also feel resentment toward the other employee for being the favorite. Does this management approach have any real positives?

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Ask Shawn: Communicating to change a control freak

October 1, 2010

Ask Shawn: Communicating to change a control freak

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Veterinary disrespect: Overcoming the "just a receptionist" rap

September 1, 2010

Receptionists, remove the obstacles that prevent you from being considered part of your practice's healthcare team.

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