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Re-Think Veterinary Medicine.
Re-Think Public Health.
Re-Think Environmental Health.

Our Services

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Veterinary Practice  Enhancement

On site workshops engaging clinical teams in a gamified learning experience called Friday Night at the ER.  Participants learn to think holistically and systemically about team function in the veterinary hospital.  Teams are engaged in "re-thinking" how they can solve work flow inefficiencies, bringing individual gifts and talents to the work process, and inspiring  a supportive, growth mindset of "I've got your back" and "We've got this!" in the veterinary hospital.

Online Veterinary Team Support Groups

To build on the Friday Night at the ER learning experience and to provide emotional support to sustain change and team members' interpersonal growth, we provide online SPIKE Groups (Sharing, Personal, Inquiry, & Kick-ass, Empathy).   SPIKE Groups provide anonymity and confidentially.   SPIKE Groups are facilitated by leaders trained to keep groups safe, focused on empathetic listening and fostering interpersonal relationship skills development and growth.  Staff members from the same veterinary hospital are assigned to different online groups.  Groups meet online once a week for 90 minutes.  Learning materials to support SPIKE Group are also available.

One Health Integration Consulting

Integrating interventions across traditional human, animal and environmental boundaries at the local, state and federal levels can leverage human and financial resources for more effectively.  This is especially true when it comes to providing public health and personal health care services in rural communities.


Developing integrated interventions starts with identifying all of the stakeholders in the problem(s) and engaging them in a problem framing workshop.  Once the problem(s) have been clearly defined from a multi-stakeholder perspective, leverage points for interventions can be identified and collaborative design thinking can lead to integrated boundary spanning innovations and policies that multi-solve historically siloed problems.

"I continue to be amazed by clients who neglect their own physical and mental health, but are willing to do almost anything to improve the health of their pets, including getting up off the sofa and going for a walk!" 

                                                 Suzanne Parsel-Dew, DVM

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