VetLed delivers training courses, coaching initiatives and positive change programmes to foster high performance in veterinary teams.
Our projects focus on developing non-technical skills such as leadership and decision making, managing physical and emotional well-being and the use of tools such as checklists. Application of these fundamental human factors lays the foundation to effectively apply your job specific expertise.
Our experience across the fields of healthcare, aviation, human factors training, elite sport and psychology have led to our holistic approach to performance. This has been tailored from a veterinary perspective to meet the current needs of our profession; to work in a culture that enables you to feel and function at your best, so that you can deliver outstanding care to your patients.
The VetLed HALT 2020 Campaign champions safe, efficient and effective veterinary care. HALT is an acronym that has been used in numerous contexts for decades. It serves as a simple tool that places the spotlight on some of the physical and mental elements commonly affecting wellbeing and performance:
H ungry and/or Thirsty
A nxious and/or Angry
L ate and/or Lonely
In 2018, with the support of Guys and St Thomas’ Hospital, we pioneered the veterinary HALT campaign, providing free literature and tailored support to any practice wishing to partake.
As part of our ongoing focus on enhancing performance in practice, we have relaunched HALT for 2020 making our wide range of HALT materials available to all veterinary professionals nationwide. HALT is driven by our patient safety, human factors and strategic communications experts, with the aim of reinforcing the importance of physical and mental wellbeing within our profession.
At VetLed, we believe that looking after your team is paramount. Ultimately, a well cared for and supported team look after your business and improve the veterinary care that you provide.
We produce and promote campaigns that will improve the welfare of veterinary professionals and improve veterinary care in the UK and beyond.