You’ve told us that education of the whole team is integral to your practice. And you’ve asked for more sessions that enable the whole team to learn and work together for the benefit of your patients, your clients, and your practice.
Due to the overwhelmingly positive response to our 2015 “Two-way Learning” sessions, we’ll continue to offer five exclusive, innovative session tracks, each developed to support the way you practice veterinary medicine today and to invite maximum interaction between you and the speakers. All are sessions that will help your whole practice team learn and work together for the benefit of your patients, your clients, and your practice.
dvm360 Full Circle seminars:
A fresh educational experience that puts you and your fellow attendees in the mix with dynamic, engaging speakers who will combine their clinical, practice management, and practice team perspectives on:
- Staff drama — Dr. Andrew Roark and Meghan Leigh Pierson
- Cancer and communication — Dr. Sue Ettinger and Dr. Andrew Roark
- Technology tips and tricks — Dr. Garret Pachtinger and Eric Garcia
The series will begin with morning sessions on Friday, May 13. Bring the team to learn together and then work together to maximize patient outcomes, client relationships, and practice health.
Learn then Earn: Where medicine meets practice management
Are you an associate or practice owner who is hesitant to offer new technology and services because you’re unsure clients will see the value? In each Learn then Earn session, you’ll learn how to seamlessly connect clinical care and practice finances on topics such as:
- Diabetic patient monitoring
- Feline dentistry
- Thereapeutic drug monitoring
- Pain management for cats
- Low-stress handling
Practice management expert Dr. Karen Felsted teams up with a variety of clinicians to illustrate practical ways you can mesh management and medicine.
Your Practice Presence: Get Online & Go Off the Chart
This marketing seminar is designed to help you find and then act on answers to your most pressing practice marketing and client engagement questions:
- What’s new in 2016 for social media?
- Fast and fun digital marketing in real veterinary practices
- Yelling at Yelp! How to manage your online reputation
Feel free to bring your own practice-specific marketing issues and obstacles. The series will begin begin Saturday afternoon, May 14 with three sessions.
In This Case: Real Discussions, Real Results
Designed to help attendees find solutions to their most confounding clinical cases, this series of technology-assisted seminars features online consultations and searches to facilitate audience participation and group problem-solving. Topics included are:
- Hormones from hell: So you thought Cushing’s was easy?
- Do these fearful and aggresive dogs need drugs?
- It’s a cruciate rupture, and surgery isn’t an option. Now what?
Feel free to bring your own clinical case information. The series will begin on Saturday morning, May 14 with three solutions-oriented sessions.
Expert²: The Power of Interaction
Designed to encourage shared ideas and spark fresh treatment strategies, these sessions invite you to join the discussion via electronic polling and group problem-solving. Come to be heard or join to listen in on these interactive patient management presentations. Discuss:
- Top ER imaging diagnoses
- Imaging coughing dogs
- Changing role of the upper GI series
These sessions begin on Friday afternoon, May 13 and finish on Saturday morning, May 14.