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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Apr 25, 2017
Ready to start your own practice from scratch and relish in its greatness? Hold your horses and give yourself the once-over before anything else.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Apr 04, 2017
Compassion and empathy are great, but can harm veterinary professionals if not tempered carefully.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Mar 30, 2017
By dvm360.com staff
This VHMA survey indicates how many managers work from home, what they love about it—and what's tough to accomplish off site.
 
VETTED: Mar 29, 2017
CVC educator and new author Kimberly Pope-Robinson, DVM, CCFP, talks about the dangers of— and misconceptions about—two big parts of many veterinarians' psychology.
 
VETTED: Mar 13, 2017
I had a solid career with a bright future when I felt a crazy urge to quit my job and go to vet school.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Feb 08, 2017
In which Dr. Greenskin wonders if she will ever attain the mythical status of her employer and mentor.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Feb 01, 2017
Here’s what veterinarians think about “difficult” pet owners: how it feels when clients lash out—and who’s willing to show them the door.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Jan 23, 2017
Practice owner and newly published memoirist Dr. Laurie Hess sat down with us at CVC San Diego for an exclusive Q&A about her new book, a big sugar glider mystery, her take on practice management—and managing nosy neighbors.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Jan 17, 2017
Knowing why you’re struggling is important, so it’s not helpful to label every negative experience in the veterinary profession as compassion fatigue. When I took an honest look at how I was feeling, I wasn’t running out of compassion. My fatigue stemmed from making ethical decisions within the boundaries of clients’ (often) illogical values or unreasonable budgets.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Jan 04, 2017
Toxic teams disrupt patient care and our jobs. Recognizing and removing yourself from the environment is the best thing—for everyone. PLUS! Fresh data from our Toxic Teams survey.