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FAQs: Compassion fatigue

July 1, 2008

What is compassion fatigue, and how can you identify your risk? Serena Wadhwa, PsyD, LCPC, CADC, an expert on stress, burnout, and compassion fatigue in Chicago, offers answers to help team members identify and manage the emotional demands of veterinary practice.

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Sample conflict resolution plan

July 1, 2008

Use these guidelines to create your own step-by-step plan that outlines who team members should approach and how to report a problem with a co-worker if team members can't resolve the issue by themselves.

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Create a triangle of wellness

July 1, 2008

Use these tips from Christiane Holbrook, a life coach in Pasadena, Calif., to maintain a healthy life balance.

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Six steps to manage stress (Sponsored by Intervet/Schering-Plough Animal Health)

June 1, 2008

The day-to-day tasks and surprises of an equine practitioner can be stressful to even the most level-headed person.

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Employee questionnaire

June 1, 2008

Use this questionnaire to help employees assess their roles and performance in your practice.

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Trainees: Open up to learning

June 1, 2008

Show your new team members you're working to make their jobs easier and provide the best service and care.

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Receptionist position description

June 1, 2008

The receptionist's main responsibility is to assure the smooth, orderly flow of clients and patients. Receptionists report to the Client-Services Director.

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How much do you do?

June 1, 2008

You're more than your title. And a job description may be the tool you need to clarify your manager's expectations and position yourself for growth in your practice, from raises to promotions.

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When work gets personal

June 1, 2008

Q. How do I set boundaries for employees' conversations while at work?

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