Healing veterinary team members' pain

Healing veterinary team members' pain

Sustain a compassionate culture and protect your staff.
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Aug 01, 2013

You've hired and held onto top-notch employees at your veterinary clinic whom you trust to handle anything that comes through the door. But Katherine Dobbs, CVPM, RVT, says they need care too. Managers needs to ensure that compassion fatigue—caring too much for patients and clients in too many stressful situations—doesn't burn out a team.

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