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Team Center - Working on yourself

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FIRSTLINE: Aug 25, 2017
If you struggle to mentally distance yourself from your veterinary patients and team members—even when they’re miles away and you’re off the clock—read these tips and prepare to disengage.
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FIRSTLINE: Aug 24, 2017
If the daily demands of veterinary practice management are causing you to fall behind in employee reviews, try this trick to be a more supportive—and efficient—manager.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Aug 08, 2017
Sometimes the practice owner is the last to know. Watch for these flashing signs of warning to get ahead of the curve.
 
VETTED: Aug 07, 2017
If you take emotional responsibility for everyone else's problems, putting their monkeys on your back and in your mind, you'll have a hard time finding room for your own needs at the end of the veterinary workday.
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FIRSTLINE: Aug 04, 2017
Are you ready to shine in dentistry? Follow these steps for a polished performance.
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FIRSTLINE: Aug 03, 2017
This book showcases the havoc wreaked by rabies throughout history—and the myths and monsters it has engendered in our cultural imagination.
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FIRSTLINE: Aug 02, 2017
By dvm360.com staff
New to the ICU? Keep this calculations chart on hand so you can spend more time saving patients and less time scratching your head.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Jul 27, 2017
After 20 years in veterinary practice, I like to think back on the first angry encounter I had with a pet owner—and how I’d do things differently.
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FIRSTLINE: Jul 24, 2017
Your extended contact with pet owners means extra opportunities for spreading awareness about pain, says Dr. Michael Petty.
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FIRSTLINE: Jul 20, 2017
I know, I know—you’ve already learned about opioids in school. But considering their prominence in veterinary pain control, it’s never a bad time to brush up on the basics.
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dvm360.com: Jul 07, 2017
By dvm360.com staff
We selected confessions from the Vet Confessionals Project that reflect the feelings of control (or lack thereof) that plague the profession.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Jul 07, 2017
People with an internal "locus of control"—who believe that they have control over their destinies and that their actions matter—are happier and healthier. But making changes in your life isn't as easy for everybody, and we need to acknowledge that more than we do.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Jul 07, 2017
Believing you have some control over the events in your life is crucial to happiness and could make a huge difference in your personal life and veterinary career.
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FIRSTLINE: Jul 07, 2017
By dvm360.com staff
When life in veterinary medicine gives you lemons, do you make lemonade ... or get squished? Find out more about how you see the world with this quick quiz.
 
VETTED: Jul 06, 2017
We won’t ask you to choose the blue or red pill, but CVC educator Dr. Dave Nicol has some compelling reasons for why veterinarians should unplug from the real-life Matrix—and how to do it. (Bullet-dodging skills not required.)