Sneak peek: British Veterinary Association announces new return to work toolkit, and other veterinary news


Here is a sneak peek of this week’s headlines

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Happy Monday dvm360 readers! We hope that you all had a fantastic weekend and are ready and prepared to tackle another week. Now that we have said goodbye to March, we are a little over a month from our next Fetch Conference in Nashville, Tennessee. This is the first time Fetch is heading to the Volunteer State, so this is not a conference you want to miss. Learn more and secure your spot here today!

Here is what you can find on this week:

  • The Texas A&M School of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences’ Veterinary Emergency Team announced it developed a protocol to help emergency response team decontaminate dogs after disaster events that will be published in the Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness journal.
  • The British Veterinary Association launched a ‘Return to work’ toolkit to help support its members as they return to the veterinary workplace as well as employers and managers who are welcoming returning professionals to their teams.
  • On this week’s episode of The Vet Blast Podcast, Douglas Aspros, DVM, and host Adam Christman, DVM, MBA, discuss how to bridge the gap in veterinary professional development, plus advice for aspiring veterinarians.
  • Joshua Broadwater, DVM, DACVO, explained during his lecture at the recent Fetch conference in Charlotte, North Carolina, how to tell when a patient is presenting with a infected corneal ulcer can be medically managed by a general practitioner or when it becomes a case for a veterinary ophthalmologist.
  • Digitail, an all-in-one-cloud-based operating system for veterinary hospitals, announced recently that it has partnered with Stripe, a payment processor, and the launched of Digitail Secure Payments.
  • And more!
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