Looking for year-end CE?

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Check out these new AVMA Axon courses

If you’re looking for CE to brush up on clinical knowledge, build your personal skillset, or learn new management techniques that will streamline your veterinary practice, be sure to look through the course catalog on AVMA Axon®. You’re sure to find CE offerings that interest you, including several recent additions.

Special broadcast: When work hurts

Rudeness is on the rise, especially toward people in jobs that help others. For busy veterinary teams that already feel stressed, this makes a difficult job even harder. There’s still time to register for the December 16 special live CE broadcast “When work hurts: What to do about rudeness on the job.” This live webinar will explore effective ways to address rudeness on the job. It’s free to all veterinary professionals and offers 1 hour of CE credit. Space is limited. Secure your seat now.

New courses on AVMA Axon

Don’t miss these new Axon courses, all of which are either free or have discounted pricing for AVMA members.

Atul Gawande, M.D.: Cowboys and pit crews – Hear first-hand from one of human medicine's most influential leaders, whose bold visions have cut through the complexities of the health care system and delivered practical solutions to better serve patients. Come away with ideas about applying innovative solutions in veterinary medicine.

Grand rounds: When and how to speak up – Remember how grand rounds sessions helped us tackle difficult cases on clinics? This webinar uses that same format to explore how to respond to difficult work situations and teammates who challenge us. 

Sexual harassment: Prevention in the workplace – Building a safe and harassment-free workplace protects you, your colleagues, and your practice. Explore risk management, the impact of harassment, and available resources and tools.

Princess found: You are more than your title – Adopted and raised in the United States, Sarah Culberson had no idea she was considered a princess in her native Sierra Leone. This discovery changed her life. Her story, part of the Best of AVMA Convention series on AVMA Axon, will inspire you and help you see that we shouldn’t always try to fit in, and it’s OK to not always do what others do.

Disaster business continuity planning – Continuity planning and preparedness are key to business survival. Learn how to create and implement a plan that will prepare your business for emergencies and disasters, and minimize their impact if they happen. This three-part series leads to a certificate when you complete all the modules, and you earn CE credit for each module as you complete it.

Business insurance: What do practices really need – Sort through the many types of business insurance to help you identify what’s right for your practice. Find out what are mission-critical coverages, including which riders matter most.

Professional liability: Hindsight is 2020 – COVID-19 has impacted every area of our practices. Explore professional liability trends and changes that have stemmed from the pandemic, potential areas of increased liability, and effective ways to decrease malpractice claims and board complaints. 

Last call: AVMA Business and Economic Forum on demand

There are still a few weeks to register and view all CE sessions from the AVMA Veterinary Business and Economic Forum. The premier meeting for leading-edge insight on business trends, consumer behavior, and all matters affecting veterinary business, the forum was held virtually in October, and all CE sessions are available on demand through December 31, 2021. Learn more about the event and sign up to attend at avma.org/EconForum


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