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Self-Care and Servant Leadership Are Not Mutually Exclusive

Dec 10, 2019

Mia Cary, DVM

Ever wonder why flight attendants tell us to put on our own oxygen mask before helping others with their oxygen masks during an emergency? It's because we are better equipped to help others when we take care of ourselves first. This is practicing self-care, which is easier said than done, and it's easier to do on our good days than on our bad days.  We often need a tipping point of some sort that forces us to accept this guiding principle to be true. My tipping point was in my early career days with Boehringer Ingelheim (BI). I received...

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5 Reasons To Be Thankful for the VetPartners Annual Meeting

Nov 25, 2019
VetPartners Meetings
Sarah Rumple

It’s that time of year again—time to reflect on all we’re thankful for as the holidays approach and the end of 2019 draws near. But, the end of the year also means the VetPartners Annual...

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Carpe Per Diem: What’s Behind a Relief Veterinarian’s Fees

Oct 31, 2019
Human Resources, Practice Management, Well-Being
Cindy Trice, DVM

“Carpe per diem—seize the check.” —Robin Williams Relief veterinarians are business-to-business service providers and entrepreneurs. We’ve elected to start our own businesses in purs...

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The Value of Taking a ‘Bubble Break’ in Veterinary Medicine

Oct 16, 2019
Well-Being
Kimberly Pope-Robinson

Recently, 1 Life Connected and The Bridge Club partnered to host “balloon events” at a large national veterinary conference. Even though we were attending an event with tens of thousands o...

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From the VetPartners Experts: 7 Ways to Keep Candidates Engaged During the Hiring Process

Oct 8, 2019
Human Resources
Stacy Pursell, CPS, CERS

There are many assumptions that a veterinary employer should not make in regards to hiring. One of those assumptions is that a candidate is going to stay in the hiring process all the way until the en...

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