Let’s dive into the mind of a procrastinator, figure out why they shirk their important duties and how to quit the habit. Plus, this is a totally legit reason for avoiding whatever task you need to do today.
If you’re thinking, “My team is fine! No problems here!” let’s look at the statistics. According to a 2015 national mental health survey, nearly one in 10 U.S. veterinarians might experience serious psychological distress. So odds are, someone on your team is either experiencing psychological distress now or will in the future. This Team Meeting in a Box provides all the tools you need to start a conversation about the importance of mental health in your veterinary practice.
Ask 10 veterinary managers to describe their jobs and responsibilities. You may end up with 50 different descriptions, but it’s a sure bet that each response will include some reference to being overloaded.
Many questions in a veterinary practice hiring interview that seem harmless on the surface can be discriminatory. Applicants, make sure your interview was on the level. Managers, make sure you review what you'll ask against this list of discriminatory subjects.
Let’s face it—nobody’s purrfect. And striving for the impawsibly impeccable is bad for you and your practice. Dr. Kimberly Pope-Robinson is here with some advice to head down a healthier path in judging yourself and your work.
While fielding calls to help save pets from drug-stash ingestion accidents and allergic reactions, the veterinary team at the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center keeps up morale and mood with some harmless tallying.