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British Veterinary Association past president Gudrun Ravetz will discuss how to keep vets happy in the workplace so that you can retain and grow your dream team. She will also discuss the impact of gender bias in the veterinary profession. Professor Cindy Adams, a pioneer in the science of veterinary communication, will share her insights about how practices can improve their communication, reduce the risk of complaints and boost morale.
Don’t miss the Change Management workshop with Tania Gover and Sue Crampton on Wednesday 8 May. Other speakers include Brian McErlean and Paul Davey, who will talk about sucking the marrow from your veterinary career.
This year the Veterinary Business Group (VBG) is teaming up with Equine Veterinarians Australia (EVA) to host an evening of collegiality on Monday 6 May. Enjoy drinks and substantial finger food at the Print Hall on George’s Terrace, a short walk from the conference venue. Kindly supported by Randlab and hosted by EVA President Dr Cristy Secombe and VBG Chair Paula Parker, this evening has been designed to maximise networking.
Find out the secrets behind Perth’s most successful practices during the VBG Practice Management Exclusive Insights Tour on Friday, 10 May. Earn an additional 5.5 VetEd points during this behind-the-scenes tour of three outstanding small animal practices. Registration includes morning tea, lunch and transport between the practices.
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