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Welcome to the Veterinary Breakroom! In the breakroom, Alyssa Watson, DVM, and Beth Molleson, DVM, discuss the important, relevant topics affecting veterinarians today. In this episode, Dr. Alyssa and Dr. Beth discuss the ramifications of establishin... more
Love the magazine and now the podcast. Very useful info that is easy to implement into daily practice.
I have to start by saying I have loved this podcast. I have always thought that I picked up really good tips and solid science but that has seem to be slipping… So your last podcast was the tip of vagueness and left me feeling completely uninspired. It went from a veterinary knowledge podcast to soft marketing for Hills I/d diets and absolutely nothing else other than constant repetition of how cats are hard to treat and food is tricky too. In the start Dr Little mentioned that treatment could o... more
For a dog lover, negotiating the path of veterinary medicine can be challenging. Between the terminology and the array of treatment options it’s almost impossible for me. I have found that bring patient and trying to separate emotion from treatment is key. That is most difficult. But as they say, knowledge is power. Clinicians brief is one of the best tools in my toolbox.
Love this clinical podcast hosted by veterinary technician Beckie Mossor. It reminds me of going up to a speaker at a convention and getting to listen in to all the great questions people ask about the practicalities of implementing their recommendations. You get to hear how to make the advice really work without having to ask what you’re really worried are “dumb questions” yourself. There are great tidbits about the experts clinical experiences and extra tips and tricks. Plus, it’s nice to tune... more
The host talks too much. She spends 3-4 min asking a question/ talking about herself and then the guest answers in 1-2 min. I’m here to listen to the guest not the host. more
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Clinician's Brief: The Podcast launched 5 years ago and published 218 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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