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Video: Keep your flower beds looking spiffy

August 28, 2009

This tip came from a session lead by veterinary architect Dan Chapel at the 2009 Veterinary Economics Hospital Design Conference.

Source: FIRSTLINE

Getting naysayers on board

August 28, 2009

Some team members always seem to shoot down ideas. Here's how to turn those objectors into supporters.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Hospital Design Conference video: Rethink your parking space width

August 27, 2009

Veterinary Economics Editor Kristi Reimer reports with a hot parking tip from the 2009 conference.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Design tip from the 2009 Hospital Design Conference

August 27, 2009

Veterinarians urged to make equipment decisions early and stick to them

Source: dvm360

Tips for women on work-life balance

July 15, 2009

You can't do it all. But a speaker at this year's AVMA conference has seven steps to help you do what's most important.

Source: dvm360

AVMA coverage: State boards and standards of care

July 15, 2009

A veterinary specialist asks tough questions and offers advice to practitioners on good habits to survive licensing board investigations.

Source: CVC EAST

Live from CVC 2009: Anatomy of a licensing board investigation

April 26, 2009

These three clips come from Doug Jack's law and ethics session "Anatomy of a licensing board investigation" at CVC East 2009 in Baltimore. And all could keep you out of trouble.

Source: CVC EAST

Audio: Barbaro case offers communication insights

April 24, 2009

Equine orthopedic specialist Dr. Dean W. Richardson kicked off sessions at CVC East in Baltimore by sharing his experience on the national stage when he treated Kentucky Derby winner Barbaro following the colt's tragic breakdown in the Preakness Stakes.

Source: VETERINARY MEDICINE

Behaviors suggestive of postoperative pain in cats

December 1, 2008

Our understanding and treatment of pain in cats has lagged behind that in dogs.

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