The last two weeks of the year go by in a blur. It’s easy to lose track of the news, and hard to keep up on our professional reading. I had a little more time than many people do, so I made note of the articles that those in the … Continue reading 5 helpful articles you may have missed over the holidays
This is my last blog post for 2014, and I’m ending it with a “Three Questions for …” feature on a veterinary student who has 2015 in mind: Kansas State VBMA‘s Kelsey Sparrow. While I am taking some time off to spend with friends and family, I’m also working on … Continue reading Three Questions for … Kansas State VBMA’s Kelsey Sparrow
The San Diego edition of The CVC is one of my favorite conferences, in no small part because the event is held in San Diego, not too far from VPI‘s offices in Brea, Calif. I also enjoy feeling like part of the welcoming committee, since I live in San Diego … Continue reading VPI’s Practice Manager of the Year: Are you up to the challenge?
It’s a busy week for so many of us, the kick-off to the busy holiday season. But before I wish you all a “Happy Thanksgiving,” I want to introduce you to one more student as part of my “Three Questions for … ” series. After this entry, I have a … Continue reading Three questions for … UC Davis VBMA’s Celine Kermanian
I’ve known Dr. Andy Roark (University of Florida CVM, 2008) from the very beginning of his work in veterinary medicine. It’s no surprise to me that he has become as well-known as he is now, both in the veterinary community and on Facebook, where he has a following of more … Continue reading Humor is good medicine: Three questions for … Dr. Andy Roark
One of the best ways to stop feeling like a “sales person” and start practicing medicine the way you want to is to have the conversations about pet insurance and pet wellness plans long before you’re ever having to discuss treatment options over a client’s critically ill pet. That’s the … Continue reading Pet insurance 101: Talk to your clients before they are in crisis