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Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

5 strategies to douse conflict

February 22, 2011

Conflict happens, says marketing expert Karyn Gavzer to a packed room of veterinarians at the Western Veterinary Conference.

Source: FIRSTLINE

Results of industry-wide survey on value of technicians discussed at WVC

February 22, 2011

Banfield and Firstline plan to release study results to the profession soon.

Source: FIRSTLINE

Live from WVC: Any technician can get involved in pet behavior

February 22, 2011

The technician specialty in behavior is a strong educational opportunity, and even technicians without a VTS can take a leading role in behavior.

Source: VETERINARY MEDICINE

Mandate, rather than encourage, parasite prevention

February 22, 2011

Dr. Byron Blagburn would like veterinarians to mandate parasite control strategies when educating their clients about fleas and heartworms, not merely suggest or simply encourage product administration.

Source: FIRSTLINE

WVC parasite Q&A: Fecals and centrifugation

February 22, 2011

Holly Morss, CVT, answered these attendee questions during her Western Veterinary Conference presentation about ova identification.

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Bring the passion back to veterinary practice, says WVC keynote speaker

February 21, 2011

Are you living your passion? It's a question that motivational speaker Gary Zelesky asked more than 350 veterinarians and team members today.

Source: VETERINARY MEDICINE

How to get the most out of your radiographs in emergency situations

February 21, 2011

WVC clinical speaker discusses how to interpret radiographs quickly and accurately in critical patients.

Source: FIRSTLINE

Live from WVC: Top tip for calming upset clients

February 21, 2011

When you're facing an angry client in your veterinary practice, do this first.

Source: FIRSTLINE

8 steps for defusing angry clients

February 21, 2011

To calm heated client situations, follow these steps from Paul Camilo, CVPM, practice manager at All Pets Dental in Weston, Fla.

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