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Working efficiently - technicians

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FIRSTLINE: Feb 08, 2017
Pet owners will feel better with critical input from team members.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Feb 01, 2017
You know the type: the veterinary team members with magical abilities, who know the ins and outs of your clinic’s software. Here are some top tips we’ve heard from some of these mysterious heroes.
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FIRSTLINE: Jan 27, 2017
By dvm360.com staff
Candice Hoerner, CVT, VTS (dentistry), shares how her "super hero glasses" stop her suffering.
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FIRSTLINE: Jan 13, 2017
Technician utilization and Fear Free are in the spotlight in this installment.
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FIRSTLINE: Jan 10, 2017
With a predominantly female profession comes babies. And with babies comes breastmilk. How well do you know your rights and limitations?
 
VETTED: Jan 05, 2017
By dvm360.com staff
Veterinary professionals have their own set of resolutions, and the rest of the world wouldn't possibly understand.
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FIRSTLINE: Dec 14, 2016
Patients will tell you plenty about their emotional state if you simply pay attention.
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FIRSTLINE: Dec 11, 2016
By dvm360.com staff
CVC Speaker Dr. Betsy Charles points to Apollo 13 as out-of-this-world leadership.
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FIRSTLINE: Dec 01, 2016
No really, it's as simple as clipping your nails.
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FIRSTLINE: Nov 17, 2016
Make your day in veterinary practice and life easier. Get your urgent work reminders, big life projects and personal #goals out of your head and into a reminder and task management system.
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FIRSTLINE: Nov 04, 2016
Veterinary anesthesiologist says we have an obligation to use every available tool to comfort patients and clients.
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FIRSTLINE: Oct 10, 2016
Veterinary technicians can perform many high level tasks in the hospital. If they're allowed to.
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FIRSTLINE: Oct 01, 2016
Or what veterinary technicians should be focusing on besides medicine. (Hint: Don't be a sheep.)
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FIRSTLINE: Sep 30, 2016
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.