Unparalleled evidence-based continuing education is our primary purpose — and so we work with the best and brightest minds in veterinary medicine.
The bonus for you: These folks are also innovators and thought-leaders who combine the information you need with ideas to inspire you to make changes in your life and practice.
… But hey, that’s what every conference says, right? How can you really be sure you’re getting the very best CE experience?
The answer lies in the level of information you’re able to take away. Research on adult learning concepts makes it clear that we learn best in spurts (not, in fact, in quiet, boring, one-hour-long sessions). That’s why we have introduced facilitated learning to the Fetch dvm360 conference experience. With this method, we guarantee you’ll remember more from each session.
SUE ETTINGER, DVM, DACVIM (oncology)
Dr. Ettinger is a practicing veterinary cancer specialist, international speaker and book author. Also known as Dr. Sue Cancer Vet, she is one of about 300 board-certified specialists in medical oncology in North America and is currently practicing at the VCA Animal Specialty & Emergency Center in the Wappingers Falls, New York.
Dave Nicol, BVMS, Cert. Mgmt MRCVS
Dr. Nicol is a veterinarian, entrepreneur, writer and practice management consultant who helps veterinary practices, large and small, become more successful. By harnessing the power of leadership, marketing and people, he encourages veterinary practices around the world to grow. Fun fact: If he wasn’t a practice management guru, Dr. Nicol would be a jet fighter pilot.
Andy Roark, DVM, MS
Dr. Roark is an associate veterinarian, author and speaker. He practices at Cleveland Park Animal Hospital in Greenville, South Carolina. He is also the founder and managing director of veterinary consulting firm Tall Oaks Enterprises. In his spare time, Dr. Roark hosts the hilariously helpful YouTube show, “Cone of Shame.”
Tasha McNerney, BS, CVT, CVPP, VTS (anesthesia and analgesia) works at Rau Animal Hospital in Glenside, Pennsylvania, as an OR/Anesthesia technician. Her areas of interest include sighthound and brachycephalic anesthesia as well as pain management. She can be seen lecturing on all topics related to anesthesia.
Oriana Scislowicz, BS, LVT, aPHR
Oriana Scislowicz, BS, LVT, is practice manager at CVCA Cardiac Care for Pets in Richmond, Virginia. In her free time she loves watching Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers films.
At Fetch dvm360 conference, we want to provide you with knowledge, skills, tools and relationships that give you what you need—so you can give pets what they need. Enter facilitation.
Facilitated sessions dismiss the usual linear lecture format in which the speaker downloads facts and figures into the brains of a passive, silent audience. Instead, facilitated sessions capitalize on the knowledge, experience and real-world issues you bring to the session by adding another person to the front of the room (the facilitator) to lead various activities and act as a bridge between you and the speaker.
These sessions also recognize that your brain needs breaks to stay engaged (and awake!) over an hour-long session.
You won’t just walk out of Fetch dvm360 facilitated sessions knowing you learned something great. You’ll leave with an action plan to apply at least one of those things you learned. And that’s far more valuable than just checking off the next box.