November 18, 2018: Managing bad clients: Google-seekers, discount divas and obnoxious smartphone users
In this 1-hour VETgirl online veterinary CE webinar, Wendy S Myers, CVJ, discusses how to manage your bad clients who are technology savvy. In this practice management veterinary online webinar, learn how to build that client relationship.
In this VETgirl online veterinary continuing education webinar, Dr. Matt Brunke reviews nutritional supplements for canine joint health including glucosamine, curcumin, and avocado. Do these canine joint supplements work in dogs and cats and what's the evidence?
In this VETgirl online veterinary practice management CE webinar, Fritz Wood, CPA, CFP reviews the problem of horrific inventory mismanagement and offers very specific, step-by-step solutions to put in to place immediately at your veterinary clinic.
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In this 1.5-hour VETgirl online veterinary webinar, Dr. Garret Pachtinger reviews all you need to know about effusion! This lecture will focus on the identification of patients that present with effusion, common causes for effusion, and techniques to evaluate the samples for diagnosis.
July 24, 2018: Facebook LIVE: How to Recognize, React to and Reduce Lepto in your veterinary patients!
In this free VETgirl online veterinary continuing education Facebook LIVE event, Dr. Justine Lee, DACVECC, DABT reviews how to recognize, react to and reduce the prevalence of canine leptospirosis in your patients. Tune in free on VETgirl's social media Facebook page to learn and get free RACE-approved veterinary CE.
Join us for a 1-hour VETgirl Elanco online veterinary continuing education webinar, where where Dr. Jessica Pritchard, VMD, DACVIM talks about all things ticks! Ixodes ticks have experienced a population explosion and expansion since the 1990s, which means the diseases they transmit are spreading rapidly as well.
In this VETgirl online veterinary continuing education webinar, Dr. Armelle De Laforcade, reviews the commonly used point of care tests in the emergency setting such as lactate, NT-proBNP, urine drug testing, ethylene glycol testing, canine parvovirus, and C-reactive protein.
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