Veterinary business tips for students and new grads

Veterinary business tips for students and new grads

CVC speaker discusses what students need to know about management before they're out in the "big bad world."
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Jan 07, 2011

Dr. Dave Nicol, a British veterinarian and practice management consultant, will be speaking at the CVC in Washington, D.C., on May 5. Here's a video post from his blog, The Hamster Wheel (also posted in the dvm360.com Community), offering tips for new graduates entering practice—and the managers who help train them. For more on the CVC in Washington, click here.

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