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Webinar: Adjusting Your Communication Techniques During the COVID-19 Crisis 5-6-20
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Webinar: Adjusting Your Communication Techniques During the COVID-19 Crisis 5-6-20

 Export to Your Calendar 5/6/2020 to 6/1/2020
When: Live on: Wednesday, May 6, 2020
Where: Virtual Webinar
United States
Contact: 602-242-7936


Online registration is available until: 6/1/2020
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Webinar Wednesday - Session Details

Register to watch the recorded webinar "Adjusting Your Communication Techniques During the COVID-19 Crisis". After registering you will receive an emailed confirmation containing access information to view the webinar. 

 

Join us every Wednesday from April 29th - June 3rd for a new webinar prepared specifically to address your COVID-19 questions presented by AzVMA's Allied Industry members and friends of the association. We are here for you every step of the way during these difficult times. Your investment in your continuing education is important to us, which is why this webinar is complimentary!

 

Discussion Topics:

  • Understand the increased communication challenges in COVID-19
  • How to obtain owner consent with curbside service
  • Considerations for telehealth during COVID-19
  • How to manage risk and liability during COVID-19
  • Importance of medical records and documentation

   

Approved for 1 CE hour by the Arizona Academy of Veterinary Practice (for veterinarians & technicians).

Note: CE credit will only be awarded to those who watch the entire webinar

 

Presenter

 

Linda Ellis, DVM

Director of Trust Veterinarians
AVMA Trust

 

Dr. Linda Ellis graduated from Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1991 and practiced small animal medicine and surgery for 14 years. In 2005, she joined the AVMA Professional Liability Insurance Trust (PLIT) where she reviews malpractice claims, discusses potential claim situations with veterinarians, and makes regular visits to veterinary colleges to speak with the students. She also attends and presents at local, state, regional and national veterinary conferences as part of an educational outreach to help veterinarians avoid malpractice and board complaints as well as discuss professional and business coverages that veterinarians need to protect themselves and their practice