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Vetsnet Mar 16
Common things are common. I always encourage them not to appear clever with the most exhaustive list of differentials, but to think of the 3 most likely or important and sensible to rule in/out. Thinking like a GP talking to a client without over complicating!
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Vetsnet Mar 16
Fantastic that you had such a positive experience and you and your kids found it so straightforward. For those of us that didn’t we don’t want to feel ‘special’, just facilitated. Many of us will appreciate this not because we’re special, but because it’s not always that easy.
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Vetsnet Mar 16
Inclusion, community, support, welcome, thoughtfulness, help, space, encouragement. Many of us need these things at a time we can feel vulnerable and stretched. why on earth would we NOT want to facilitate this?
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Vetsnet Mar 16
I found BF incredibly hard initially, then easier as time went by. The early days of pain, wriggling, difficult latch, milk spurting etc were so uncomfortable in public. Good facilities and a quiet space just makes it all a bit more doable. Plus a great space to meet other mums
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Picard Tips Mar 14
Picard management tip: Admitting one's failures is a sign of confidence and strength. It reassures others that failing is okay.
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Picard Tips Mar 15
Picard management tip: Make it so that people feel they can come to you with any issue without fear of reprimand.
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Vetsnet Mar 16
Lovely to see you two stars of the profession ! Great day at the VMAs 😂
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Vetlife Mar 16
Always remember to yourself! Vetlife’s and explain why ‘Be Kind’ has become the unofficial motto of the veterinary profession: You can order your own Smith Webb ‘Be Kind’ sweatshirt here:
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Vetsnet Mar 16
Replying to @Thisvetruns @UKRunChat
I’m with you! 5 days no exercise unheard of usually. Helped fill in extra locum shifts and absolutely flat out- impossible to make time when there is none! But it’s just a season and I read a book for a little headspace which was a nice change!
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Barack Obama Mar 8
Replying to @ObamaFoundation
Preethi, Alice, and Sefora are just three of many leaders who remind us what International Women’s Day is all about: imagining a world free of artificial ceilings for the next generation—and doing the hard work to get us there.
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Greatest Minds Mar 10
"Until you value yourself, you won't value your time. Until you value your time, you will not do anything with it." - M. Scott Peck
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Everyday Mindfulness Mar 9
Scrolling through social media and judging other people’s lives will do nothing to improve your own.
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Vetindex Ltd Mar 7
VetMums on Facebook Group! There are some AMAZING exclusive offers from just for you this March! Including £20 discount off VetCPD online courses; check out all the details here:
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Vetsnet Mar 7
Just quoted this to my husband regarding the housework!
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Vetsnet Mar 7
Rocking the trench. You look like you've walked off the farm and got lost in the parka 😄 Love Jack Wills (am I too old for it though...?!)
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Vetsnet Mar 7
Yes, yes, yes! Employees need to be told 'well done', but authentically rather than lip service.
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Vetsnet Mar 7
Replying to @franalsworth
How was it ? I ran it- hard work!!!
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Dr Alys Cole-King Mar 1
Language is VERY important when talking about and 99% people avoid ‘commit suicide’ and ‘deliberate self-harm’ Next step ....replace ‘threatening suicide’ or ‘threats of self-harm’ with ‘talking about suicide’ etc
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navaratnam partheeban Mar 1
let’s end discrimination in veterinary medicine and farming!
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Action for Happiness Feb 28
To discover a sense of purpose, to act on it with good intent and a kind heart, free from expectation, is to live a happy and content life
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