What do you do if you have imposter syndrome?

Dealing with imposter syndrome is all about dealing with that voice in your head. You know the one? “You’re going to mess this up”; “you really aren’t qualified to do this”; “you don’t deserve it”; “you’re going to be found out”…

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Weathering the Storm

It seems like the veterinary world is in a turmoil just now, with different threats and stressors impacting our daily lives. There is the recent cloud overhead of what next with Breed Specific Legislation, combined with the impact of the CMA’s financial review, the changes in medicine prescribing, with the backdrop of the cost of living crisis, all hot on the heels of the pandemic. No wonder the veterinary sector is feeling buffeted and worried about the coming months.

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Introducing "It's Good to Talk", a free webinar series for veterinary professionals

Discover essential communication tips for challenging client interactions. Hosted by VDS Training, led by Ruth Serlin, VDS Training Consultant, and joined by experts from organisations working on the veterinary front line, plus members of the VDS Claims and Advice team, our NEW 3-part series covers contextualised care, animal abuse, and teleconsulting. Register today and get ready to enhance your skills and better support your clients...

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New courses launched focusing on patient safety, quality improvement and team wellbeing

VDS Training introduce two new veterinary courses - Human Factors Essentials and Quality Improvement (QI) Essentials – designed to help veterinary teams enhance patient safety, optimise practice systems, and support wellbeing, with insights from cutting-edge research and expert trainers. Find out how we can help you to create positive change in your practice and deliver high quality care to your patients.

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Top 3 Tips: Breaking Bad News

There’s no one size fits all when it comes to breaking bad news in veterinary practice and, unfortunately, having difficult conversations about euthanasia come with the territory. VDS Training Consultant and vet Ruth Serlin offers up her three top tips to consider when facing those difficult conversations.

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