Tools of the trade

August 2011
Firstline;Aug2011, Vol. 7 Issue 8, p28
The article discusses how to increase professional growth by adding equipment and services to a veterinary practice, and how to find and maintain one's market niche. Practice manager Mary Beth Soto cites the case of a technician who have noticed training that often varied between trainers, offered to create an Excel spreadsheet to track training exercises, asked to be the head trainer, and got the position. Responses on what equipment for practice are preferred are included.


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