• The Vet Profession: Unfiltered

    The Vet Profession: Unfiltered

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    The global veterinary sector will be forever changed by the events of 2020. The Vet Profession: Unfiltered was a live (and lively) panel discussion that hosted folks who have become experts in COVID practice. These veterinary professionals shared their honest learnings and opinions on the events of 2020; the good, the bad, and the ugly as we try and process what it all means.

    In this extended edition of the Vet Show Global Series, our panelists were able to shed any rose-tinted filters and talk honestly about the realities of the veterinary profession in a post-COVID-19 world. You’ll hear tales from three vastly different veterinary hubs; Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States. The audience had the opportunity to pose questions like: What does economic downturn mean for us and how can we prepare? What can we learn from different practices – who’s getting it “right”? Is this the start of a telemedicine revolution? Are we getting what we need from regulatory bodies?

    The questions asked were submitted by participants prior to and during the event and chaired by Alison Lambert, founder of Onswitch. 

    Learning Outcomes
    • Explore different responses to Covid-19 from different countries and practice types
    • Grasp a better understanding of issues surrounding the future running of veterinary practices.
    • Identify various strategies to respond to various issues facing the veterinary world in 2020.

    Wellbeing/Practice Management/Leadership

    Presented by:

    Alison Lambert, BVSc, CMRS, MRCVS
    Founder, Onswitch

    Michael Tokiwa, DVM
    Veterinarian/Owner, Progressive Veterinary Care Connector and Radio & YouTube Personality

    Jenny Reason BVSc, MRCVS
    Director/Owner and Veterinary Surgeon, Bury St Edmunds Veterinary Centre

    Cathy U'Ren, EMBA, GAICD
    Chief Wellness Officer and Owner, Pet Wellness Centre, Burleigh Heads

    Presented during Vet Show Global Series
    July 2020