Veterinarians are at risk for criticism

Veterinarians are at risk for criticism

Pratcitioners' unique position sets them up for praise and censure.
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May 12, 2011
By dvm360.com staff

Rewarding as it is, dealing with clients concerned about their pets in your veterinary clinic can be challenging. Veterinary Economics editor Kristi Reimer speaks with CVC lecturer Jill Cody, MA, LCPC, about the hazards of dealing with criticism as a veterinarian.




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