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Reading Time: 10 minutes Bring up the subject of locums and sometime in the next few sentences you’re more or less guaranteed to hear the phrase “HOW much?”, either from the indignation of those that hire locums or employees jealous of the locum’s day… Continue Reading →
Reading Time: 8 minutes I’m sure you’ve come across plenty of difficult clients – it’s a given if you’ve worked in clinical practice in the past few years. Or perhaps as a practice owner or manager, you have some difficult employees. Maybe you have… Continue Reading →
Reading Time: 9 minutes This article looks at burnout from a personal perspective and follows on from Mark Turner’s article in the July 2020 edition of Companion. Unlike other articles I have read on this topic which tend to be fairly high-level overviews, this… Continue Reading →
Reading Time: 9 minutes Trust. We have great difficulty in describing what trust is because it is just too big, complex and vague to understand – breaking it down into smaller parts makes it much more comprehensible. We often lack the skills or language… Continue Reading →
Reading Time: 3 minutes Why I am taking a break to study plants on an ethnobotany course.
Reading Time: 9 minutes This article discusses the importance of trust in the workplace, in particular the veterinary profession, and summaries examples of anti-trust.
Reading Time: 10 minutes At the recent London Vet Show, it was clear there is an overwhelming negativity in the profession regarding recruitment and retainment in particular, and that somehow because of this the profession is broken. How did we get here? What can… Continue Reading →
Reading Time: 5 minutes The importance of finding your tribe as a job seeker and an employer – requirement matching in requirement is key to long-term success.
Reading Time: 7 minutes I had hoped I’d never need to share my experiences and lessons about redundancy with the vet profession, but it’s now clear that this has become other people’s reality recently too. Let me share my story and what I learnt about my personal process in the hope that it can help some of you going through it now.