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EquiManagement Magazine July-August 2018

This issue of EquiManagement magazine features tips for employers and candidates who are in the hiring process.
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In the July-August issue of EquiManagement magazine, our cover story focuses on Employment Agreement Essentials on page 20. When negotiating an employment agreement, employers and candidates should remember to consider the other party's perspective.

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In our New Vet Column on page 8, Dr. Zach Loppnow talks about Short Memory for young veterinarians. He advises other new vets to learn from their mistakes, but don't allow them to distract you from your next patient.

The sporting horse world's eyes will be focused in September on the FEI World Equestrian Games (WEG) Tryon 2018. With our partner KindredBio, EquiManagement is bringing you the health and veterinary news before and during WEG that you won't get elsewhere. Read our previous articles online and watch for news and videos coming on our website and on EquiManagement's Facebook page. Our latest articles are Treating Vets at WEG Tryon 2018 on page 10 and Q&A with Dr. Bill Hay on page 12.

Keeping Up on page 14 this issue features research reports on:

  • Treatment of Chronic Skin Wounds
  • Platelet-Rich Plasma for Wound Healing
  • Oral Sugar Test for Obese Horses
  • Mitochondrial Changes with Training

Make sure you are signed up for EquiManagement.com's newsletters, which now will feature a monthly Research Reports to help you "keep up" even more with published, peer-reviewed research topics.

In Managing Fat Horses and Their Owners on page 28, you can learn tips for starting the conversation about equine weight management and consider creative solutions for managing the owners.

Then on page 34 we talk about Equine Metabolic Syndrome. Research shows that even horses with normal or low body condition scores can develop this disorder.

Amy L. Grice, VMD, MBA, gleaned some important information she shares with us in Veterinarians and Health Insurance Survey on page 39. You should know and understand the options available to you for various health, disability and long-term care coverages.

Telemedicine is likely something you are already doing, but you can formalize the process for increased customer service and profit. Learn more from Three Reasons to Use Telemedicine in Your Practice on page 44. 

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