Learn about wellbeing and financial health in July webinars

Published on June 29, 2018

Wellbeing and financial health are critical issues that affect all veterinarians, and the AVMA will present CE webinars in July to broaden your understanding in both areas.

Part of our Lead & Learn education series, these webinars will provide valuable insight from AVMA experts, with an option for participants to earn 1 hour of free CE credit for each. Space for both is limited, so be sure to reserve your seats soon using the links below.

Mission Possible: Creating a Culture of Wellbeing
July 2, 6 PM Central Time – Register Now
Explore how you can create a culture of wellbeing in both your job and personal life. Learn the differences between wellness and wellbeing, how the person-in-environment theory impacts you, and the importance of belonging and inclusion in creating a culture of wellbeing.

Refresher on Adulting: Personal Finances
July 26, Noon Central Time – Register Now
Managing your personal finances can be stressful. But it's critical to both financial health and personal wellbeing - and there are simple tools to help you do it. Learn why it’s important to get back on the budgeting bandwagon and what resources are available to help you.

Both Lead & Learn webinars are supported by an educational grant from Zomedica and are open to all veterinary professionals. AVMA members who can’t attend the live sessions will be able to watch them later as on-demand webinars and earn CE credit.

New on-demand learning

Opioid Minimal Anesthesia
If you were unable to attend this week’s Opioid Minimal Anesthesia webinar with board-certified veterinary anesthesiologist, Dr. Andrea Looney, and the AVMA’s chief veterinary officer, Dr. Gail Golab, we have great news. Because we produced the webinar in partnership with VetBloom, we’re able to offer members of both the AVMA and NAVTA free access to VetBloom’s RACE-approved CE module and supporting resources on the same topic for a limited time. Use the voucher code AVMACE2018 at checkout before Aug. 31 to take advantage of this great member benefit.


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