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Hi Member,

This week a member of our Community emailed me and explained that after resigning from a long term position, they were struggling with grief and a lack of motivation and spark. They questioned whether they could ever move on from feelings of disillusionment and regain their usual committment and passion for the profession they have loved for so long.

What's your advice? How can this veterinarian move on and grow?

Also this week we send 10th birthday wishes to VetPrac and share information on the VNCA's new Wellness Hub - check out all the details below.

Our aim is to help you - save time, connect & discover!

Enjoy your reading :)

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Vetanswers Blog Post

How do you move on and grow after leaving a long-term veterinary job?

When you leave a long-term job because things no longer feel right - how do you move forward from the feelings of grief? How do you get back the motivation & spark? A difficult yet important question from a member of our Community...

VetTips from VetPrac: How do you manage veterinary emergencies?

3 quick tips for veterinary emergencies... tick toxicity; bandaging limbs; & ABCD's & crash plans

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NEW....VNCA Wellness Hub

Wellness hub

President's Message - Wellness Hub launch

New Member Benefit - Supporting Vet Nurses

Yesterday was R U OK? Day and was chosen as a fitting launch date for this new resource.

"The Wellness Hub provides resources to help you manage your day, build resilience, reduce stress and work effectively, while managing your mental and physical health. This resource is available on the VNCA website to all, until Vet Nurse Day on 12 October 2018, when it then becomes a members-only benefit."

The Hub will continue to have more resources added and the VNCA welcome feedback and suggestions for useful resources to be included.

Click on the image on the right to watch a short 1 minute video welcome from VNCA President Janet Murray.

Click here to visit the VNCA Wellness Hub.

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Last chance! ACVA Canine Trigger Workshop

Lame dog and you can't find the cause?

It could be a Trigger Point

What's a Trigger Point?

The Australian College of Veterinary Acupuncture presents Dr Mark Hocking's

Trigger Point Therapy Workshop: 30/9/2018 Geelong

In this five hour workshop you'll receive an up to date overview of trigger point theory and see demonstrations of techniques useful in diagnosing and treating trigger points.

Only a few spots left so click here to find out more & register now

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Happy 10th Birthday VetPrac

Our friends at VetPrac celebrated their 10 year anniversary earlier this week.

From an email I received during the week from founder, Dr Ilana Mendels:
"When VetPrac started over 10 years ago, it was a dream to solve a problem and give hope to me and my friends in practice. Disillusioned by the repetitive nature of general practice when your skills plateau, we wanted a way to keep reaching, keep growing. VetPrac was born out of necessity and grew into what you see today because you wanted it."

I've always been a big fan of Ilana's vision for VetPrac. I like the way she does things a little differently and the way that the quality of the training is never compromised.

May the next 10 years be just as inspiring!

Visit the VetPrac website & check out the workshops for the rest of 2018

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Vet Education: FREE Online Vet Nurse Conference

Vet education 2018 Online Vet Nurse Conference

6 lectures over 3 days | Tuesday 2 to Thursday 4 October 2018

FREE! Register now...

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Change vs improvement

Why the Word "CHANGE" is so SCARY- And a Suggested CHANGE to that.

By Nancy Friedman (The Telephone Doctor)

This short, sharp blog post suggests a very simple yet effective idea.

Most of your team (and possibly yourself) probably hate the word "change". It can be frightening because of the unknown and uncertainty that can accompany any change.

"But what if you could make the word better?"

"You can - simply replace the word "change" with a more positive, rewarding word:
IMPROVEMENT"

Just consider the difference between these 2 statements:
"I'd like to make some changes around here!"..and...
"I'd like to make some improvements around here!"

Which one would you prefer?

Read the full post here...

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