Life balance | Veterinary Economics

Life balance

 
VETTED: Apr 29, 2016
Our recent survey uncovered your most pressing problems—high peaks you struggle to summit. Here are the top problems, with some suggested advice to help.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Apr 20, 2016
By dvm360.com staff
When today sucks, here's what your veterinary colleagues do to deal.
 
VETTED: Apr 20, 2016
You’re a good person. Your team members are good people. Clients ready to pick a fight don’t have to bring down your whole veterinary practice’s mood. Get some perspective, laugh about it, and get through it.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Apr 12, 2016
You can make time for life and family and hobbies and healthy priorities and healthy boundaries as a practice owner. Let your team help.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Apr 04, 2016
Find out how a veterinary career in the government may be just for you. (And you don't have to run for anything!)
 
VETTED: Apr 01, 2016
Veterinary medicine is my business. And business is good.
 
VETTED: Mar 29, 2016
Turn a rough day in veterinary practice into a game of knowing winks between coworkers and find a more little energy to smile with your clients (even the challenging ones) a little more.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Mar 11, 2016
Drs. Greenskin and Codger lock horns over salary vs. production-based compensation and the stickier elements of an employment contract.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Mar 10, 2016
Medications are necessary for both physical and mental illnesses.
 
VETTED: Mar 10, 2016
By dvm360.com staff
It's tough to sort through the voices in your ear—not to mention the ones in your head. Here's a guide.
 
VETTED: Feb 19, 2016
My path: Accept myself and hone my skills in the areas in which I excel to have the greatest impact, no matter what my role.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Feb 08, 2016
A veterinary career in research medicine fosters life-changing innovation.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Feb 04, 2016
The fire behind you is so hot, you choose suicide as the least painful way. For some veterinary professionals, the darkness inside is so debilitating, that you choose suicide as the least painful way. Please don't. Please seek help.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Feb 04, 2016
By dvm360.com staff
Do you have the power to improve your associates' work life? Data from Benchmarks 2015: A Study of Well-Managed Practices (Veterinary Economics and Wutchiett Tumblin and Associates) and associates' feedback to the 2016 Firstline Career Path Study show how associates really feel about you, your practice and their work.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Feb 03, 2016
Part five in this series on self-care for veterinarians looks at the benefits of practicing mindfulness in both veterinary practice and in everyday life.