FIRSTLINE-01-01-2016

FIRSTLINE-01-01-2016

Professional Growth
Use these five tips to overcome compassion fatigue and burnout (and learn to tell the difference).
The veterinary professional in me was determined to continue going to work. But personally, I was a mess. One day, while I was lost in a cloud of grief, my boyfriend asked, "Are you ever going to feel better?" I wasn’t really sure.
Pearls of Practice
True or false: When veterinarians and team members use personalized approaches to managing patient health, this enhances care and patients flourish.
The business of good medicine counts on guidelines for a vast array of conditions, issues and procedures. Standards make sense, but are practices readily adopting them?
Rhonda the receptionist dodges and weaves around a client’s questions about the preanesthetic consent form and gives confusing information. Special Guest Star Mary Berg, BS, RVT, RLATG, VTS (dentistry).
Train your veterinary team to tackle this common cat client question to find solutions for felines with picky palates.
Teething is a tricky time for pet owners. You can help veterinary clients by serving up these simple suggestions to keep puppies properly occupied—and out of the shoe closet!