Wednesday, September 14, 2022 7pm to 9pm
About this Event
We learn all about medicine in veterinary school, but how can we prepare ourselves to have difficult conversations with clients in practice? It is important to consider a "spectrum of care" when recommending diagnostic or treatment options to clients, and this spectrum must consider evidence-based medicine as well as client limitations. In this interactive virtual workshop, Dr. Jack Perkins from Nationwide will discuss how to optimize these conversations in practice. This workshop will count for 2 hours of Category 3 BCP Credit for VBMA members in good standing, but all students are welcome to attend!
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