How to conduct a nurse-led senior clinic part 1 — preparation and planning

Lynne Kerrigan
Thursday, April 2, 2015

The current economic climate means the modern veterinary practice has to work hard to attract new clients, retain satisfied, committed clients and promote its services, as well as using the staff and facilities as cost effectively as possible. Increasing veterinary knowledge and changes in professional attitudes towards preventative care and client bonding mean that veterinary nurses have an ideal opportunity to expand their roles within the practice, becoming more involved in the preventative care and management of patients and owner education. The first of this two-part article will focus on the level of planning required in order to implement a nurse-led senior clinic in a veterinary practice.

How to conduct a nurse-led senior clinic part 1 — preparation and planning
How to conduct a nurse-led senior clinic part 1 — preparation and planning

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