Newest COVID-19 webinar addresses grief
COVID-19 has brought rapid change, disruption, and uncertainty for all, both personally and professionally. A growing library of free webinars on AVMA Axon provides support to help all veterinary professionals address this “new normal.”
The newest webinar in the series, added yesterday, is Experiencing grief and finding hope, which offers guidance to manage the range of emotions we may experience as a result of the pandemic. Grappling with any kind of loss can involve grief, and there’s a lot to grieve with COVID-19 – including a collective loss of normalcy, connection, routine, and certainty about the future. This webinar gives tips to acknowledge and regulate our full range of emotions, tolerate distress, and find meaning and hope. The webinar features AVMA’s director of wellbeing, diversity and inclusion initiatives, Jen Brandt, Ph.D.
Business tips and practice guidance
Other webinars in the COVID-19 series address important business and veterinary practice topics. Among the most recent additions are:
- COVID-19: Business survival in a pandemic economy: Discover practical ways to adapt and manage businesses through the economic downturn in order to continue serving patients and clients effectively.
- Interim recommendations for temporary sheltering: Understand interim recommendations for temporary sheltering of animals, and how the recommendations help protect human health, animal health, and animal welfare needs during the COVID-19 outbreak.
More webinars coming soon
The COVID-19 webinar series provides a convenient way for all veterinarians, veterinary technicians, practice managers, and other team members to stay abreast of the latest guidance and practical information related to the COVID-19 outbreak. New topics under development address essential practice resources, business and economic impacts, and wellbeing.
All webinars in the series are available on demand, free of charge to all veterinary professionals. To stay informed as we continue to add new webinars, subscribe to this blog and follow AVMA’s social media pages.
Access AVMA’s full range of materials developed to support veterinary professionals and practices in responding to COVID-19 at avma.org/Coronavirus.
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