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THRIVE is committed to disrupting the veterinary industry. First, we created programs that break down the barriers of pet owners to seek quality, affordable veterinary care for their pets. Now, we're at it again by ensuring our veterinary professionals have access to quality educational programs and sharing it with the veterinary community.
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Hospital Culture: Appropriate Workplace Conversations
In this presentation we will talk about appropriate and inappropriate conversation topics in the workplace that can have an impact on hospital culture. Specifically we will address topics that can have a potentially negative human resources impact for an individual or group of individuals related to their choices in workplace conversations. We will address specific topics that should be avoided, and how each member of the team can be a good guardian of the culture by driving the right types of conversation.Reserve Your Spot
Date & Time
December 4th, 2019
Links will be provided after registration.
CE Race Credit Hours
Claire PickensCVPM, SHRM-CP, CSSGB, Fear Free
About the Presenter
Claire Pickens CVPM, SHRM-CP, CSSGB, Fear Free is a seasoned veterinary management professional with over two decades of experience in the field. Currently, she is the director of Learning and Development of a national general practice veterinary services provider. Her areas of special interest are: leadership, hospital culture, conflict resolution, communication, product and service implementation techniques, process flow, and coaching theory.
Upcoming Free CE Events
We partner with veterinary professionals who are RACE certified to bring you quality interactive distance learning.
Lucas PentaleonDVM, MS, DCVIM, MBA
One Health, Infection Prevention and the Role of General Practice
December 11, 2019 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM EDT
One Health is a concept aiming at better understanding and addressing the health issues arising from the intricate relationship between human, animal and environment. It relates to the complex link between animal, human and environment with regards to health and disease. This concept could be defined on three levels that is the individual (human and animal), the population (human and animal) and the ecosystem. Paramount for this concept to work is the need for collaboration among multiple disciplines locally, nationally and globally, in order to attain optimal health.
Fee: FREE | CE Credits: 1 hour, Medical, Interactive Distance Learning RACE approvedReserve Your Spot
Susie Reynolds ReeceSAPST, safeTalk, ASIST, CIT
Starting the Suicide Prevention Conversation
February 12, 2020 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM EDT
This webinar event will overview the basic foundation for suicide prevention in this field. The main topics will include assessing whether an individual is capable and should offer emotional support to a person in crisis, how to start a safe conversation around the issue of suicide- both when concerned about a person’s well-being and when in need of help, and resources that are readily available and appropriate for those in the veterinarian fields.
Fee: FREE | CE Credits: (1 HR RACE CE)Reserve Your Spot