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There are many benefits to these clinics but increasing the welfare and quality of life for these patients must be the most important. Don’t underestimate the worth of the RVN, increasing opportunities for veterinary nurses to gain experience and increase confidence and comfort in seeing clients will help practices run more smoothly and veterinary nurses to feel more empowered.
Back to Basics
Don’t mistake technical skill for medical knowledge. If you build a solid base of both understanding and skill, you will soon enough be the one setting the example.
5 Tips for Leading a Balanced Life
There is no perfect recipe for leading a balanced lifestyle, but these tips might help.
Repairing a Broken Human-Animal Bond
By the time a behavior specialist gets involved, the relationship between owner and pet may be hanging by a thread. But with the right approach, veterinary nurses can play a part in restoring relationships and potentially saving lives.
Instant Connection: Tapping Into the Power of Social Media
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, texting — expand your tactics of staying in touch with and educating clients.
How Veterinary Professionals Can Engage the Modern Client
As pet owners begin to treat their companion animals as family members, they expect a deeper relationship with their veterinary team.
A New Solution: Relief Veterinary Technicians
The concept of a Relief Credentialed Veterinary Technician (rCVT)/Nurse is new to many managers and practice owners, but could drastically improve the teamwork and efficiency of a clinic or hospital.
Substance Abuse in the Workplace: What to Do?
Substance abuse in veterinary medicine has become a widespread problem and has repercussions in the abuser’s personal and professional life, as well as staff, patients, and clients in the workplace.
A Recipe for Disaster Response
When floods, fires, hurricanes, mudslides, and other natural disasters strike, chaos ensues. But within the chaos, there is a group of individuals who are organized, trained, and prepared to mobilize and bring order where there is complete turmoil, panic, and upheaval. Within the group of first responders, but often overlooked, are the veterinary response teams.
A Global Perspective on Veterinary Nursing
Many veterinary nurses and organizations across the globe seek to work collaboratively in standardizing credentialing and addressing the challenges facing veterinary nurses.