Having a clear understanding of responsibilities and tasks is important, especially when it comes to patient aftercare. Learn from DoveLewis Managers Megan Urton and Anthony Strode about how DoveLewis created an internal process to limit errors.

Increased patient counts and wait times. Decreased staffing and patience. It’s likely every one of us in the veterinary industry has dealt with compounding stressors over the last year. In this lecture presented by Human Resources Manager Cheryl Latta, we will discuss the inherent difficulties of putting our own needs first, in an industry that requires us to be the caregivers of others. We...

This lecture, presented by Chief Medical Officer Shana O'Marra, DVM, DACVECC, and Veterinary Well-being Program Director Debrah Lee, LCSW, will examine the concept of trauma in the veterinary world. Trauma is woven throughout many aspect of veterinary medicine and can influence the way we experience out work. Recognizing the impact of trauma can help us to better understand communication...

Learn from Well-being Program Director Debrah Lee, LCSW, about how to create a written self-care plan.

 

Sometimes practicing self-care can feel the least accessible when we need it the most. When we’re feeling stressed and overwhelmed, it can be hard for us to engage in problem-solving or planning. A written self-care plan can be a helpful tool to turn to when you need a...

With just the click of a button, a client can hurt your feelings, your business, and your team’s wellbeing. Online reputations are more important than ever, so what do you do with a 1-star review or criticism from clients when it’s out there for anyone to read? Learn from Tess Payne, DoveLewis Marketing Director, about the benefits of responding to online feedback and how to make the most of...

In the face of the increased challenges in clinic life during the pandemic, technician Emily VanEron has found an unlikely way to find and spread joy in the vetmed community: stickers. Tune in to hear how she started her small business and how it’s helped her cope and connect with other professionals in unprecedented times for the industry.

In this episode, Dr. Caroline Tonozzi discusses returning to her alma mater as a professor and her experience as a volunteer veterinarian for the Iditarod in the Alaskan wilderness.

Sometimes our career takes us in surprising directions. In this episode, atdove.org Account Executive Kaitlyn Sanborn discusses how she forged a somewhat unexpected path in vet med. She explains how she went from working at a shelter during college to working overnights at the front desk of a hospital to her current roles as an account executive for atdove.org, DoveLewis's veterinary...

Welcome to What We Bring! In our first episode emergency CVT Kara discusses imposter syndrome, how stress affects our patience at work, finding compassion for clients, and more. Tune in to hear the conversation and an introduction to the show.

It’s amazing the amount of knowledge your technicians bring to work every day. Track individual progress and ensure consistency throughout your entire team with the new Technician Training Kits. Learn from DoveLewis Technicians Sarah Harris, CVT, VTS(ECC) and Jessica Waters-Miller, CVT, about how to get started.

 

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