IVC Evidensia is running a virtual event which will be attended live and also recorded for viewing post-event. Are you responsible or involved in recommending high quality patient care to our patients, including nutrition – so vets, nurses and receptionists? Then you’re invited! It is a non-clinical session.
Please note: You don’t have to be present for the live session, but by registering, you can watch the two sessions at a later time.
We will be covering effective communication skills, challenging our paradigms of why we recommend (or don’t), confirming in our minds why we care, dare and share and how we ensure that our values and beliefs in ensuring we provide the care we know is best is actually transferred to our patients. We will also cover the impact of good medicine = good business = good medicine and address the common barriers that we face today in being brave enough to make an effective recommendation that is what the pet needs and deserves.
The two speakers, Rick DeBowes and Chuck Wayner, have been doing this all over the world, successfully, for almost 20 years and have worked closely with high performing groups of veterinary practices and some of the world’s leading veterinary companies to achieve success. This initial event with Rick and Chuck will help to make you feel more empowered and confident to recommend nutrition and best care for your clients and ultimately, your patients.
Date: October 22, 2020.
Times (in The Netherlands) and program:
- Introductions / 14:00 – 14:20
- Session 1 / 14:20 – 16:00 Dr Charles Wayner
- The Concept of NEWtrition: Why Care?
- The Caring Continuum: A Process For Productivity
- Session 2 / 16:15 – 18:00 Dr Richard Debowes
- Connecting for Care: Getting Pet Owners On Your Team
- So What? Now What? Can You Embrace The Potential To Enhance Care?
- Question time / 18:00 – 18:30
Please note that the times in the registration form will show the UK times.
Ensure you tick both sessions to register for the full event.
Target group: Any employee working at an IVC Evidensia practice that is responsible or involved in recommending high quality patient care to our patients, including nutrition – so vets, nurses and receptionists.
For more information, please contact Mark O’Byrne (firstname.lastname@example.org)