Personal/Professional DevelopmentNutrition is becoming increasingly important to both veterinary professionals and owners. Becoming certified and establishing yourself as the point of contact to clients will ensure optimal results.
Practice ManagementUnfortunately, angry clients are likely part of your everyday routine. Knowing how to best handle them is a skill worth perfecting.
Personal/Professional DevelopmentCertification programs help practitioners incorporate the human-animal bond into daily care.
Public HealthVeterinary professionals may not immediately recognize their role in environmental health through their work in the veterinary industry, but as is the case with all elements of the One Health Initiative, there is an important contribution from every health and science discipline.
Veterinary practices need to start putting employees’ wellbeing as a priority, but it’s up to both workers and management to implement change together.
Cyberbullying has the same effects, and should have the same repercussions, as traditional bullying or harassment.
Emergency Medicine/Critical Care
Trauma is a common event in veterinary hospitals and can result from a number of sources.
News accounts and personal stories about bullying are being reported in increasing numbers.
The surge in ownership of exotic animals has contributed to an increase in owners seeking veterinary care for their pets.