Flipping the script


Peter Weinstein, DVM, MBA, interviews host Adam Christman, DVM, MBA, on this week's episode of The Vet Blast Podcast

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During a normal weekly episode of The Vet Blast Podcast, host Adam Christman interviews the guest about their work in veterinary medicine, their life outside of veterinary medicine, new developments in the field, etc. However, in a turn of events, this week's guest Peter Weinstein, DVM, MBA, turned the tables on Dr Christman by interviewing him instead.

On this week's episode, Christman and Weinstein take a trip down memory lane to discuss Christman's start into the world of veterinary medicine, what inspired him to become the social media influencer he is today, and how the duo hopes veterinary professionals are being dream weavers, not stealers.

Peter Weinstein, DVM, MBA: So when did you get bitten by the social media bug? Was it a Lyme disease tick? Was it a mosquito? When did you go and decide that you wanted to have a greater presence than the one you have already?

Adam Christman, DVM, MBA: It had to be the Lone Star Tick for sure. When I was practicing, I did some educational videos. So YouTube was just a thing back then and that was doing shelter medicine. I'll never forget this one story of a dachshund that needed a home and I said Holy smokes this is so powerful that overnight it got 400,000 views. And by the time I went to the shelter, we had a home for this dog. So I thought it was really powerful doing that.

I like the education of it. That's why I even transitioned and pivoted over to continuing education. But then when COVID-19 hit even further, I noticed that our colleagues were getting hammered. Hammered with the influx of things. I said, 'How can I help? What can I do myself while I'm here?' and so I said let me do more educational videos. I go live on social media, I've been going live on TikTok, and I'm really engaging with the audience.

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