Personal/Professional DevelopmentHere's a secret ... if you're willing to question and adapt more times in your career than you care to think about, you'll soon become the Yoda of vet med.
Personal/Professional DevelopmentHere's a secret ... vet med is a small world, so maintaining strong bonds and being a good ambassador for the profession will help you go far.
Personal WellbeingHere's a secret ... our wellbeing, and even salaries, can be positively affected by taking some time off.
Personal/Professional DevelopmentHere's a secret ... in-person continuing education isn't about how many credit hours you can jam into your schedule. Pursue what you're actually interested in and take some time to make personal connections and recharge outside of the conference.
Personal/Professional DevelopmentHere's a secret ... pet parents may not be medically trained but they know their pets better than anyone. Listen to them when they have concerns.
Practice ManagementVeterinarians can maximize their efficiency, patient care, and client satisfaction when they focus on what they do best and properly utilize their trained veterinary nurses/technicians.
Personal WellbeingHere's a secret ... preventing burnout at the organizational level is more important than treating burnout at the personal level.
Personal/Professional DevelopmentHere’s a secret ... you're not supposed to know everything! And it's not that big of a deal.
Personal/Professional DevelopmentReview culture in the veterinary field can be exhausting. Dr. Dana Varble explores what might happen if we step away and consider more beneficial alternatives.
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