New on demand: CE webinars help you hone clinical skills

Published on March 10, 2021
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Watch 10 of the most popular sessions from AVMA Virtual Convention

Are you looking to brush up on technical skills that you can implement in the practice right away? Head over to AVMA Axon, where the most popular sessions from AVMA Virtual Convention are now available on demand. Choose from the following courses (or watch them all!):

Each course offers 1 hour of continuing education (CE) credit.They’re available to AVMA and Student AVMA (SAVMA) members at a discounted rate of $15, and non-members can purchase them for $30.

The inspiring keynote address from Virtual Convention also is available on Axon, and all members of the veterinary community are invited to watch it for free. In You first: Creating success on your own terms, award-winning author and transformational speaker Patrice Washington empowers you to embrace wellbeing and fulfillment by leaning into the areas of life that matter most.

More learning: Reserve your seat at upcoming live webinars

Retirement planning: Save for the future today

Do you know about the AVMA Trust Retirement Plan? It’s a valuable benefit available to AVMA members that can help you and your team start saving for the future. Join the AVMA Trust and Transamerica, administrator of the plan on March 15 at noon Central Time, to learn about the program and how it can benefit practice owners, team members, and businesses of all sizes—including sole practitioners, self-employed mobile veterinarians, and relief veterinarians.

The webinar offers 1 hour of continuing education (CE) credit. It’s free for AVMA and Student AVMA (SAVMA) members, and non-members can purchase it for $25. Sign up here.

Telehealth 2.0: Use tech to connect beyond COVID

Join AVMA President Dr. Douglas Kratt March 30 at noon Central Time for a live virtual discussion of how veterinary practices can continue integrating telehealth services to help us stay connected with clients and patients even after COVID-19. In this interactive chat, Dr. Kratt and AVMA Chief Veterinary Officer Dr. Gail Golab will offer tips and share ideas about using telehealth to enhance the client-practice bond, improve compliance and patient health, more fully and efficiently utilize all team members’ training and skills, and support work-life balance.

All members of the veterinary community are invited to join this important dialogue free of charge. Reserve your seat.


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