WORK-RELATED stress can affect individuals at any level within a practice, from director or partner through to recently graduated assistant. It can damage vets' health, their ability to treat cases effectively and communicate with clients appropriately, and, in turn, affects the finances of the business that keeps them in work. In this article, David Bartram and Garret Turley explain how practices can take steps to assess and manage risk factors for work-related stress. They suggest that everyone in the practice has a role in managing the causes of stress, and that each individual must accept that responsibility for themselves and their colleagues.
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