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This podcast is a collaborative project between the IWK Health Centre in Halifax and Capitalize for Kids to improve health outcomes for children and families across Canada. Each month, we host a webinar featuring a high priority topic in child and adolescent mental health and addictions. Experts will share best practices and answer questions from clinicians across Nova Scotia. It’s important to note that the practices discussed in this podcast are sensitive and only intended for qualified an ...
 
Serve the Patient. Educate the Caregiver. This podcast is meant to help all those that work within the veterinary industry. From students and faculty at vet schools to practicing associate veterinarians and clinic owners. In the PAWCast, our goal is to distribute the wisdom and ideas we have gathered at PAW Health Network to create the change that is necessary for our industry to survive. The veterinary industry is at a tipping point. Be at the cutting edge with us and set yourself up to suc ...
 
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We are LIVE in G150 at Michigan State University's College of Veterinary Medicine. This will be a PAWCast that is the first of its kind with a LIVE IN PERSON audience. We will be taking your chat questions, as well as questions from the crowd about what it's like living the life of a veterinary professional and what it will take to succeed in the f…
 
Access The Video Version: https://bit.ly/3jMaSAE To engage the processes of accountability, we have to be able to collaborate. The problem with that is that collaboration takes time, coordination, skill and effort, which means sometimes it gets put aside for the sake of something else. In this episode of the PAWCast, Ben and Dr. Riolo sit down to d…
 
Access the video version: https://bit.ly/3xptJWL We have known the entire time that we weren't the only one's trying to be the force of change in veterinary medicine, and thanks to the power of the internet, we were able to connect with Thomas Kile, a veterinary student from Washington State University to discuss his path and how he has gotten deep…
 
Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/rt2-wVC0_FU Over the last few months, PAW Health has been blessed to have Rebecca Enerson and Aimee Labrie from the MSU Veterinary School here with us on a summer long externship. As third year vet students, it was their mission to "put on the shoes" of emergency veterinary medicine and see if it is actually of in…
 
Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/Q64-hvP1_9w Working the overnights as a veterinarian can be a tall task. You're typically one of very few, if not the only vet on shift within a hundred mile radius. You're only seeing critical and urgent care patients. You have to perform surgeries and attend to hospitalized patients with a high degree of both ef…
 
Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/ZbjW0bKBlVU We know that there is a significant gap in between the demand for veterinary services and the availability of veterinary services. But, per the AVMA, we have a surplus of doctors in the profession (in small animal clinics), so that means that we have to look further. It has been reported that there are…
 
Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/6I9FZbt7058 The Washington Post recently released an article discussing the seven industries most desperate for workers. You can find that article here: https://wapo.st/2SIfwpE This led Ben, Dr. Katie and Dr. Caroline into a discussion on whether or not the veterinary industry has problems more sourced in being sh…
 
If you have listened to the PAWCast at any point, you know we are big believers in the concept of accountability. We have analyzed the process of reaching mutual solutions both in the consultation room with caregivers, in the treatment area with our teams, and in meetings with our leaders. In that process, we have concluded through many trials and …
 
Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/MSvdsr0Akp0 Have you ever been engaging with a co-worker and had someone come up to you to ask if everything is ok? The outsider to the conversation assumes that a fight was occurring when in fact, your were merely collaborating with no attention to the emotional management between each other. When yo…
 
What did you want to be when you were a kid? Imagine going through the process of realizing that dream after already having a successful career and starting a family. Sometimes when you meet someone with a story so unique and so outstanding, you have to give them the platform to tell their story. That's the mission of PAWCast 62 feat. Andrea Weinri…
 
We've put hours of podcasts into dissecting and understanding our process. From our patient management protocols to our culture architecture and team collaboration, we have covered it all. But how does it work in real life? How does it compare to how students are being taught and how other clinics are being run? This LIVE PAWCast features Bre Demal…
 
As a profession, we have to start solving our problems together. We have to unify as veterinary professionals and implement solutions that help all of us, not just some of us. The more we isolate our clinics, the more we niche down and the more we focus on our own outcomes over the industry, the worse the problems become. On this weeks PAWCast, Dr.…
 
For the first time, the PAWCast assigned homework in episode 55. Molly was tasked with drawing the lines between clinic process and our shared purpose of Serve The Patient. As any good teacher does, this week is all about the beginning of her journey in learning that method of communication and some of the initial roadblock she has faced. We use to…
 
In all honesty, has your intuition ever been wrong? Have you ever regretted following your gut instinct? Most of the time, we try to do the 'logical' thing against our instinct for many and various reasons, however that can lead us down unfulfilling paths. In our professional lives, the 'logical' choice can lead us away from our true passions or in…
 
We used to believe the goal is to get out of the hurricane that is the culture, service and talent issues that pervade our veterinary industry. But we made it out. We've escaped the hurricane, and now we realize it's not as big as we thought. We've blazed the trail, and now it's time to starting fighting the storm because the industry and its peopl…
 
Young veterinary professionals are nearing graduation and the beginning of their working lives. Many have already accepted their first job offers, but the status of our industry has sown significant doubt into the minds of those entering the profession in thinking they may never find a place they truly love to work. Our profession is filled with pa…
 
The life of a veterinary technician is not an easy one, especially when working overnights. It requires a way of communicating that can be difficult for some, but necessary for the patient. That means that a different type of person tends to be attracted to and thrive in the emergency and overnight practice setting. Someone who is ready to learn an…
 
Growth Mindset, Positive Self-Talk, Perseverance. Your amount of grit is the sum of four key skills. Interest, Practice, Purpose & Hope. Normally these would be believed to be tendencies or mindsets, however, if we want to get more grit, we have to first realize that each of these can be worked on and improved in ourselves. Some of us might be more…
 
"In sum, no matter the domain, the highly successful had a kind of ferocious determination that played our in two ways. First, these exemplars were unusually resilient and hardworking. Second, they knew in a very, very deep way what it was that they wanted. They not only had determination, they had direction." That is an excerpt from the book Grit:…
 
Balancing individuality and shared purpose is something that is hard for most teams to handle. We tend to enjoy assimilation and being surrounded by people that are like minded to us. However, here at PAW Health, we have been blessed with having a diverse team, and realizing that encouraging differences among staff allows us to serve the patient mo…
 
The transition from didactic to clinical learning is one that every vet student has to make. Each institution does it their own way, and hopefully, each student looks forward to the opportunity to apply what they’ve learned and accelerate their path towards being day one ready. We have been blessed with the honor of having Bree Kraut, DVM student f…
 
A common idea being utilized in veterinary schools is the concept of graduating students that are "day one ready." Although it is a great sentiment, some details of what it actually means to be day one ready have been ill defined or missed entirely. So what does it actually mean to be day one ready? What are the expectations of clinic owners of tho…
 
Mentorship has become a standard expectation for graduation DVM students in their first years in practice. There is a lot of power in mentorship in accelerating careers towards success and improving patient care. However, as the term has been used more and more, we have forgotten a simple question, what is mentorship? This question is one that need…
 
"Will I be good enough in the clinic? I struggle with comparing myself to my classmates as I have very little experience in clinics and am not as experienced as them." This question is one that lives in the heads of almost every veterinary student we have the opportunity to interact with. It seems like no matter what the situation, they believe the…
 
A star mentor is the person or people who is ready, willing and able to help improve your confidence so that you are more able to improve your competence. These people are typically your best trainers, but not always viewed as the highest producers. Their tendency to lead from behind allows them to be taken for granted, even though they are the glu…
 
A star leader is the individual(s) on your team that is exceptionally clear in what they need to do, why is matters, and then executes their tasks consistently. These people are typically your highest producers, but not always the best mentors. They're ready to run out in front of the pack, to be the trailblazer and the pace setter, but are not alw…
 
Veterinary teams need high performers, so everyone is looking for a silver bullet employee or doctor either on their team or as an outside hire. But, before we can even get close to that, we have to know what a star player is, as well as what it isn't. Star players are an ideal combination of high potential and high performance. They can do a lot, …
 
Engaging tough communication and conflict is not an easy thing to do, but it is a necessary thing to do. That means that it is worth doing well. The first step though, is agreeing on WHY you want to do it. Who or what are you going to go through that struggle for. If you share that with your team, nothing can stop you. Then its all about try, fall,…
 
Imposter Syndrome is a mindset that has penetrated the veterinary industry more than we realize. It seems like every new graduate is talking about it before they even have a chance to prove they AREN'T an imposter in the workplace. We would argue that there isn't a problem with imposter syndrome, rather, that there is a problem in perspective. We a…
 
COVID-19 has had a significant negative impact on millions of people. It is not something anyone wanted to have happen and it's negative effects should not be minimized. However, there has been an interesting shift in the mindset and buying behavior of our clients since the inception of the pandemic. Folks that are typically not accepting of ideas …
 
Over the last couple of weeks, I have had a word stuck in my head. Relentless. I've been on a mission to figure out what it takes to thrive in the emergency veterinary setting. All of the reading and contemplation I have done seems to have led me to this word. To have a purpose that you believe in so strongly that you are RELENTLESS in the fulfillm…
 
The reason so many people cite self-awareness as a critical trait to success is because without it, it is almost impossible to notice the subtle failure mindset. If you don't catch it early, it will impact every part of your life, your work, your family, and your mental health. In this episode of the PAWCast, Dr. Carlo and Ben discuss the tell tale…
 
Wait, there's value in tattling? Well, sort of... Week two of the return of the PAWCast takes a deep dive into what we refer to as the snitch loop and how it passively perpetuates the failure and victim mindsets. This can lead directly into a lack of performance and you might not even know it is happening. Be sure to check out the mind map to this …
 
Finally! The PAWCast Returns! What an absolutely wild ride it has been since episode 35. We opened our new clinic, and held on for dear life as we survived a summer of over 50% growth from last year. Stress, sweat and effort was the only thing that pushed us through. We didn’t choose survival mode, it chose us. So we take it, and learn from it. We …
 
This week, Ben Carlo and Caroline continue the discussion on star players and dead end jobs, and how we see that process unfold in real life. We also explore what PAW does to inhibit that process from occurring starting all the way at interviewing, and through employment with us. If you feel like you are in a dead end job, self-assess to ensure you…
 
Have you ever started a sentence unsure of where it was going to go, and then end up in a great place? In this weeks PAWCast, Dr. Carlo and Ben go on a bit of a journey in discovering how many structures are creating dead end jobs, and limiting the capacity for star players to shine the way that they should be able too. This discussion revolves aro…
 
What does it mean to fail forward? How does that work in practice? This week, Ben Carlo and Caroline discuss the idea of utilizing a failure to advance your skill set and abilities. Constructing an environment that allows for the safe failure is paramount to the success of this as vulnerability can only thrive in a safe environment. Once you have t…
 
Brazen: To be recklessly bold; daring. This week on the PAWCast, we sit down with Ashley Brazen, a 4th year vet student from MSU, at PAW on a Tier III mentorship. We discuss her experience in clinic, in school and many of the ideas that she hopes to integrate into the practice she will be working at post-graduation. All of the ideas discussed in th…
 
Re-uploaded due to corrupted file. If I could tell my college self one thing, what would it be? This week, Ben and Caroline get a little philosophical in thinking about what they would do if they could go back and try to coach their college selves. Some great stories and insights are shared so be sure to watch through to the end! Like, Share and Su…
 
Recently we had the opportunity to host Rheannon Burris, a 4th year vet student from MSU, for a Tier III mentorship experience. She was gracious enough to sit down with us to discuss where she was at as a 'baby doctor' coming into her time a PAW, where she gained experience in her time with us, and how she feels she is closer to being day one ready…
 
Getting away from the 8am-5pm highly scheduled and restrictive model can be a very difficult transition. It takes a lot of planning, work and continuous implementation. There are also a lot of forces, comfort being the strongest one, keeping you set in your current way of doing business. However, we believe that the 'good' business practices of day…
 
Like, Share and Subscribe! This week we dive deep into informed consent medicine and the idea of practicing veterinary medicine at an 'average' level. Both of these ideas are dear to us, and are also generally misunderstood throughout the industry, so be sure to listen all the way through the end! PAW Health Resources: http://bit.ly/PAWCast The Cul…
 
We promise we can take a joke. We don’t want to take anything to seriously. However, when you’re in the middle of the hurricane, the time for fun and games is limited. If you’re not careful, you’ll get blindsided by wind blown excuses and blame. Your culture will get overtaken by a lack of accountability. In this episode, we make a critical respons…
 
Sometimes, you just need to discuss work, life and everything in between with your friends. New to the PAWCast, Tuesdays with Caroline! This new format will allow us to explore more topics that are fresh in our minds and address some more immediate issues that we see in day to day practice. In this episode, we cover topics including the art of tria…
 
Learning, Earning, Yearning. This lesson is one that has evaded recent generations, and has had a substantial impact on business growth and development, especially in the veterinary industry. In to many cases, large corporate structures in major metro markets are propping up veterinarians with large salaries presuming that is the ultimate decider o…
 
The Veterinary Industry is dead. At least as we know it. In this episode, we discuss how a lack of availability and affordability has created a system that can't support either high quality or high quantity of patient care, and how it is time for change. It is time to get out the hurricane. Gary Vee Video - http://bit.ly/35Dqz43 PAW Health Resource…
 
One thing that we have found to be very lacking industry wide is the ability to create and to communicate value within the clinic setting. So much of what a veterinarian and the medical team does can be taken for granted and lead to very undesirable results for both the caregiver and the staff. In this episode, we, with our special guest Dr. Caroli…
 
As we continue the swing from culture and core values over to service and how we solve some of the great issues facing our industry, we decided to bring in another special guest, Rachel Ducat! Rachel is our Clerk of Accounts Receivable as well as our events coordinator and has a great work history that provided a great reason to come work at PAW. T…
 
A new term was recently brought to our attention. A ‘unicorn clinic’, also known as a workplace that everyone enjoys to come to and gains fulfillment through. This idea, along with some others around it, are some of the most detrimental to our industry. To believe that a great workplace is so rare that it doesn’t really exist is truly sad, and also…
 
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