Dr. Beth Davidow | The Veterinary Idealist
In This Episode
It may not come as a surprise, but employees who are happy at work do better jobs. In veterinary medicine, this can mean a higher quality of care. How can clinics tap into employees to ensure that not only are they happy, but engaged in their work?
This week on the Veterinary Innovation Podcast, Shawn and Ivan are joined by Dr. Beth Davidow, Clinical Assistant Professor at Washington State University and author of The Veterinary Idealist, to talk about improving the quality of veterinary medicine, relying on structure to ensure a minimum level of care, and how giving employees the opportunity to use their broader skill sets can create powerful innovation.
Dr. Davidow recommends Radical Candor: Be a Kick-Ass Boss Without Losing Your Humanity by Kim Scott.
- The Relationship Between Patient Outcomes and Burnout
- The Impact of Organizational Culture on Quality of Medicine
- Creating Structure to Provide a Minimum Level of Care