Empowering your staff to further their knowledge is one of the most impactful ways to support them and contribute to their success—and yours. With a new OVMA program, it’s easier than ever to achieve.
Stress and conflict are inevitable, but they're not inherently bad. Whether you flounder or flourish in the face of stress is largely up to you.
In today's demanding world, conflict abounds—among colleagues, clients, family, and even strangers. But even though you can't avoid it, you can control how you respond to it.
Previous generations of female veterinarians worked hard to be accepted into a male-dominated profession and paved the way for their successors—whether they knew it or not.
How can veterinarians and practice owners improve the technician experience to keep them happy, healthy, and employed? Our panelists offer suggestions in this series conclusion.
As with any complex problem, there are multiple sides to the technician staffing shortage. In this episode, we explore a trio of unique but intertwined perspectives: Those of the veterinary technician, the practice owner, and the educator.
What is behind the widespread shortage of technicians, and what can be done to reverse it? It's a complicated question many organizations are asking but no one has yet been able to answer.
Though the National Association of Black Veterinarians is still in its infancy, the organization is helping to grow a community of BIPOC veterinarians across the country.
Aside from the companionship, simply owning a pet can help reduce stress, increase physical activity, boost immunity, and improve cardiovascular health. For Dr. Stephanie Jones, the heart health benefits are paramount.
Media interviews are a snap when you know what to expect, but how do you handle difficult questions—and keep your anxiety in check?