The 2020-2021 Small Animal Seminar Series (SAS) has finally arrived and this series is packed with quality CE for you and your staff. Topics include respiratory diseases, oncology, feline medicine, hospice/euthanasia, internal emergency medicine, and client interactions. Our expert speakers from around the country will provide 6 hours of CE during each seminar. That's a total of 36 hours of CE if you join us for the entire series! Click the "SPEAKERS & SESSION INFO" link below to learn more and register.
LOCATION: Sessions will take place virtually and in-person. Each seminar below will indicate the location and additional details. All in-person seminars to be held at The Meeting Space, 4039 Legacy Pkwy, Lansing, MI 48911. Free parking will be available for all attendees. Our first two sessions will be virtual, with the plan to continue in-person events beginning in February. If that can’t be done, we will continue with a virtual format.
REGISTRATION: Registration is now open and can be accessed by clicking the links below. The "ONLINE REGISTRATION" link below will direct you to the seminar package promotion. If you would like to register for the individual sessions, please click the registration link under each speaker.
*LIVE VIRTUAL EVENT: These sessions will not be recorded and will not be available for on-demand at a later date.
SMALL ANIMAL SEMINAR SPEAKERS
Mary Beth Spitznagel, PhD
Client Interactions - Virtually via Zoom
May 12, 2021
Unburdened: Change how you react to “those” clients. An interactive workshop on dealing with difficult situations.
Completing this interactive workshop with clinical psychologist, Dr. Mary Beth Spitznagel, will help you understand how client caregiver burden affects the pet owners you work with and the decisions they make. Taking the Burden Transfer Inventory will give you insight into how your clients’ burden transfers to you and your team. Once you learn what burden transfer looks like in your own life, techniques will be taught to help you take action to reduce stress and burnout through: 1) recognizing and reducing client caregiver burden and 2) changing your own reactions during client interactions to minimize burden transfer.
Steven Bailey, DVM, DABVP
Feline Medicine - Hybrid Event: Attend Virtual via Zoom or In-Person at The Meeting Space, 4039 Legacy Pkwy, Lansing, MI 48911
June 9, 2021