9 free tips from the Fetch dvm360 conference
Brendan Howard oversees veterinary business, practice management and life-balance content for dvm360.com, dvm360 magazine, Firstline and Vetted, and plans the Practice Management track at all three Fetch dvm360 conferences.Brendan has proudly served under the Veterinary Economics and dvm360 banners for more than 10 years. Before that, he worked as a journalist, writer and editor at Entrepreneur magazine and a top filmed entertainment magazine in Southern California. Brendan received a Masters in English Literature from University of California, Riverside, in 1999.
You missed it? You didn't write these veterinary practice management and medicine down? I got you covered.
Full disclosure: I'm totally biased when it comes to how good the speakers are at the Fetch dvm360 conferences. I help pick them. And I got to see more than a dozen inspiring folks this time.
But I didn't come back empty-handed! I went to the Fetch dvm360 conference in Virginia Beach, and all I got was this lousy T-shirt! Wait, no. The new Fetch T-shirts are awesome. I got these cool practice and medicine tips, and I wrote them down in the new app when I heard them, and now, from my screenshots to you ...
Inspire folks into learning-even if it's basic
(Brian Conrad, CVPM)
Be nice to your back, veterinary technicians!
(Candice Hoerner, CVT, VTS [dentistry])
Tips on firing professionally and respectfully
(Karen Felsted, CPA, MS, DVM, CVPM, CVA)
Why it's time to fire
Loyal pet owners want veterinarians to be accessible! What that means ...
(Data expert Kimberly Ness)
Got low average client transactions? Take a second look at your quality of medicine ...
(Mark Opperman, CVPM)
Set cancer treatment expectations up-front
(Michael Childress, DVM, MS, DACVIM [oncology])
Consider ethical Qs before you take that job
(Sonnya Dennis, DVM, DABVP)
Student debt? Don't panic
(Tony Bartels, DVM, MBA)
You. Can. Do. This!
At Fetch dvm360 conference, we're the support system you need. With every conference this year, we intend to nurture your mind (meaning quality CE for days) while also encouraging you to take stock of your physical and emotional health. Register now.