Quality, Accessible Education for All

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.

Join us in our continued education series and earn CE credit with interactive distance learning.

What You Say Can and Will Get Held Against You In Court!

The objective of this presentation is to help the veterinary team member with understanding the impact of their verbal and written communication with a client regarding a patient. This presentation guides them to best practices that will avoid negative outcomes. It also shows case studies of actual cases that resulted in negative outcomes, with best practices from the speaker to help technicians use care and caution regarding conversations that can impact the hospital, the doctor, the patient, and the client.

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Date & Time

Wed, January 29th, 2020 from 7PM — 8PM CST


Live Webcast
Links will be provided after registration.

CE Race Credit Hours

1 HR, Medical, Interactive Distance Learning RACE approved

Karen Talbott
CVT, LVT, RVT, VTS, Fear Free

About the Presenter

Karen Talbott, CVT, LVT, RVT, VTS has worked in the veterinary field since 1989 in a variety of venues including private practice, specialty practice, emergency medicine, academia, training service animals and corporate medicine. Karen has special interests in anesthesiology and practice management. One of her greatest passions is helping others achieve their goals in the field.

Upcoming Free CE Events

We partner with veterinary professionals who are RACE certified to bring you quality interactive distance learning.

Susie Reynolds Reece

Starting the Suicide Prevention Conversation

Wed, February 12th, 2020 from 7PM — 8PM CST

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)

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Karen Talbott
CVT, LVT, RVT, VTS, Fear Free

Physical Examinations for Technicians: Beyond the TPR

Wed, March 4th, 2020 from 7PM — 8PM CST

This objective of this presentation is to help technicians learn how to obtain a medical history that extends beyond the TPR. The presentation covers terminology for the different systems of the body and the considerations for each system. Additionally, this presentation covers a number of medical terms that technicians should be familiar with to be able to document a medical history properly.

Fee: Free | CE Credits: 1 HR TECH RACE CE

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Past CE Events

These recordings are THRIVE's complimentary offering to the continuing education of the veterinary field. We hope you enjoy them and are able to join a future event that has RACE approved CE credit. While these recordings are complimentary, CE credit is solely available at our live events.

Hospital Culture: Appropriate Workplace Conversations

Speaker: Claire Pickens | Original Air Date: Wed, December 4th, 2019 from 8PM — 9PM CST

One Health, Infection Prevention and the Role of General Practice

Speaker: Lucas Pentaleon | Original Air Date: Thu, December 19th, 2019 from 8PM — 8PM CST

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