Life balance | Veterinary Economics

Life balance

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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Oct 01, 2006
By dvm360.com staff
Four years ago, my business partner Dr. Ed Farnham and I purchased the Hexagon House, a bed and breakfast in Pentwater, Mich., off Lake Michigan.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Sep 01, 2006
By dvm360.com staff
Once I discovered mountain climbing was something I could do, I wanted to push myself," says Dr. Michael Andrews. "When I was 20, I never thought I'd be doing something like this."
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Sep 01, 2006
Juggling a career and kids may seem impossible. But with a little thought and planning, you can bring a baby onboard—and still keep your head above water.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Jul 01, 2006
Want to love your job 10 years from now? A little time away could make the critical difference.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Jul 01, 2006
Owners and associates, you can see eye to eye. Just get the monkeys off your back.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Jul 01, 2006
You cover a lot of ground everyday, leaping personal and professional hurdles. Balance and practice will help you tread diverse terrain and become more than a well-rounded doctor—you'll be a well-rounded person.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Apr 01, 2006
Try these strategies to beat back burnout and stay jazzed about your work.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Aug 01, 2005
By dvm360.com staff
Despite occasional grumbles about life balance, the latest Veterinary Economics survey shows that 88 percent of practitioners find their normal level of stress manageable—and they're enjoying their work.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Aug 01, 2005
By dvm360.com staff
Nearly 30 percent of practitioners are at risk for compassion fatigue. Would you recognize the symptoms and know what to do?
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Aug 01, 2005
By dvm360.com staff
Almost 90 percent of you are are at work. Maybe it's time to buck the trend.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Aug 01, 2005
By dvm360.com staff
Where you choose to live affects your career opportunities, your personal happiness, and even the health of the patients you see. Does your city rank among the best?
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Jul 01, 2005
Enjoy a happy veterinary career by leaving your angst at the door.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: May 01, 2005
I'd wanted to be a veterinarian since I was 7 years old, but after 12 years in practice, I didn't know if I could stand another day. I was frustrated, tired, and worn out by the constant stresses of practice, including staffing headaches, client turnover, and financial strains. And those stresses were having a profoundly negative influence on my personal life, too.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Mar 01, 2005
Use these strategies to make sure tension never becomes toxic for you or your team.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Mar 01, 2005
By dvm360.com staff
Different people find different situations stressful, but some stressors transcend personal differences and affect a majority. Many such key job stresses are associated with these six categories: