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The veterinary profession might be primarily comprised of women now, but it hasn't always been that way. Previous generations of female veterinarians worked hard to be accepted into a male-dominated profession and paved the way for their successors—whether they knew it or not. In this episode, we discuss the past, present, and future of the profession with two leaders of the Ohio veterinary community: Dr. Barbara Musolf and Dr. Patricia Haines. They reflect on obstacles they faced and overcame, how much the profession has changed during their careers, and the future of veterinary medicine—all from the perspective of two of OVMA's first female leaders. ✱ Never miss an episode! Subscribe to email alerts »  =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= For show notes, a transcript, and to learn more about today's guests, please visit www.fullyvettedpodcast.com. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fully-vetted/message
TACKLING THE TECHNICIAN SHORTAGE SERIES, PART III What is behind the widespread shortage of technicians, and what can be done to reverse it? It's a complicated question many organizations are asking but no one has yet been able to answer. In 2021, OVMA established a task force to investigate this worsening trend, and in the past year, it has dug deep into the root of the problem in an effort to better understand its complexities and identify potential solutions. In the pilot episode of Fully Vetted’s Tackling the Technician Shortage Series, we met Dr. Diana Cron, technician Kelley Norris, and Dr. Jennifer Wells of OVMA’s Technician Recruitment & Retention Task Force. They offered a brief history of the technician shortage, explored the factors that laid the groundwork, and discussed how the profession as a whole has been impacted. ✱ Missed the first episode? Listen here » In the second installment, we explored three different perspectives on the same issue—those of the veterinary technician, the practice owner, and the educator—and discussed the task force's recent survey of Ohio veterinarians and technicians. ✱ Missed the second episode? Listen here » In this, the final episode of the series, we look at the current state of technician education and training; ideas for the future; and ways veterinarians and practice owners can improve the technician experience to keep them happy, healthy, and employed. ✱ Never miss an episode! Subscribe to email alerts »  =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= For show notes, a transcript, and to learn more about today's guests, please visit www.fullyvettedpodcast.com. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fully-vetted/message
TACKLING THE TECHNICIAN SHORTAGE SERIES, PART II What is behind the widespread shortage of technicians, and what can be done to reverse it? It's a complicated question many organizations are asking but no one has yet been able to answer. In 2021, OVMA established a task force to investigate this worsening trend, and in the past year, it has dug deep into the root of the problem in an effort to better understand its complexities and identify potential solutions. In the pilot episode of Fully Vetted’s Tackling the Technician Shortage Series, we met Dr. Diana Cron, technician Kelley Norris, and Dr. Jennifer Wells of OVMA’s Technician Recruitment & Retention Task Force. They offered a brief history of the technician shortage, explored the factors that laid the groundwork, and discussed how the profession as a whole has been impacted. ✱ Missed the first episode? Listen here » In this, the second installment of the three-episode series, we explore a trio of unique but intertwined perspectives: Those of the veterinary technician, the practice owner, and the educator. Our guests also delve into the results of a task force-led survey, focusing on reasons technicians cite for staying at or leaving a practice—or the profession altogether. The discussion sets the stage for the series conclusion, in which we'll look at the current state of technician education and training; possible improvements for the future; and ways veterinarians and practice owners can improve the technician experience to keep them happy, healthy, and employed. ✱ Never miss an episode! Subscribe to email alerts »  =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= For show notes, a transcript, and to learn more about today's guests, please visit www.fullyvettedpodcast.com. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fully-vetted/message
TACKLING THE TECHNICIAN SHORTAGE SERIES, PART I What is behind the widespread shortage of technicians, and what can be done to reverse it? It's a complicated question many organizations are asking but no one has yet been able to answer. In 2021, OVMA established a task force to investigate this worsening trend, and in the past year, it has dug deep into the root of the problem in an effort to better understand its complexities and identify potential solutions. In this episode, Mia and Krysten kick off Fully Vetted's new Tackling the Technician Shortage Series with members of the OVMA Technician Recruitment & Retention Task Force, who join us to offer three unique points of view on the same issue. ✱ Never miss an episode! Subscribe to email alerts »  =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= For show notes, a transcript, and to learn more about today's guests, please visit www.fullyvettedpodcast.com. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fully-vetted/message
In this episode, Dr. Raphael Malbrue, the president of the National Association of Black Veterinarians, joins Mia and Krysten to introduce listeners to the organization, share its history and mission, and invite members of the profession to get involved in its growing community of black veterinarians and allies. Dr. Malbrue also offers a sneak peek at the NABV's second annual conference, scheduled for June 17–19 in Columbus, Ohio. ✱ Never miss an episode! Subscribe to email alerts »  =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= For show notes and to learn more about today's guest, please visit www.fullyvettedpodcast.com. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fully-vetted/message
Over the years, myriad studies have proven that animals have positive effects on people’s lives: Aside from the companionship, simply owning a pet can help reduce stress, increase physical activity, boost immunity, and improve cardiovascular health, among other physical and mental benefits. For Dr. Stephanie Jones, the heart health benefits are paramount. She’s seen the profound impact of animal interaction among children and firmly believes that pets really can make the heart healthier. Not only physically, but—perhaps even more powerfully—emotionally as well. As founder of the Florida-based Pets Help the Heart Heal, Dr. Jones has made it her life’s mission to uplift, educate, and inspire both children and adults through the power of the human-animal bond. And inspire she has! In this episode, Dr. Jones shares her story: What prompted her to establish Pets Help the Heart Heal, why it’s so important to her, and how its mission is spreading across the country—and, more importantly, how you, too, can make a difference in a child’s life. ✱ Never miss an episode! Subscribe to email alerts »  =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= For show notes and to learn more about today's guest, please visit www.fullyvettedpodcast.com. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fully-vetted/message
In this episode, Dr. Courtney Campbell is back to offer advice on handling sticky situations involving the media. He talks about how to overcome pre-interview jitters, what to do—and not do—when accepting a media invitation, and how to handle questions that are outside the scope of discussion. We also talk about what to do when confronted with a controversial issue. Missed the first episode of the series? First listen to Episode 48 (When Media Calls, Part 1: Confident Communication is Key), then come back to this one. In the second segment, find out about two upcoming OVMA member opportunities: Legislative Day and the Power of 10 leadership development program. Today's episode is sponsored by Blue River PetCare, a growing community of 160+ veterinary practices. Whether you're interested in practicing medicine in a major city or small town, Blue River PetCare’s locations across Ohio are guaranteed to have a career opportunity that's right for you. Find out more by visiting blueriverpetcare.com/careers or by contacting careers@brplp.com. ✱ Never miss an episode! Subscribe to email alerts »  =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= For show notes and to learn more about today's guests, please visit www.fullyvettedpodcast.com. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fully-vetted/message
With so much attention being paid to veterinary wellbeing over the past few years, we all know by now that a person's health goes far beyond just the physical. Not only does mental wellness have an impact on overall health, but so do the everyday stresses of life—from legal to financial to personal and everything in between. More and more, employers are realizing that personal problems don't necessarily stay personal. They inevitably bleed into work and affect job performance, morale, productivity, and more. That's why employee assistance programs (EAPs) are growing in popularity—and why OVMA recently partnered with CorpCare to provide its members with the support they need in all aspects of life. In today's episode, we're joined by Nicole Browning, who gives us an in-depth look at this new member offering. You'll be surprised to hear how much it covers—and even more surprised to find out how affordable it is! In part two, we meet one of the newest members of the OVMA Board of Directors, Dr. Allison Lash. Note: We'll be back next week with the second episode of our Veterinary Medicine & the Media Series with Dr. Courtney Campbell. ✱ Never miss an episode! Subscribe to email alerts »  =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= For show notes and to learn more about today's guests, please visit www.fullyvettedpodcast.com. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fully-vetted/message
Veterinary professionals are, on the whole, an introverted bunch—so when it comes to talking to the media, many would rather express anal glands or tell an owner their beloved Princess Sophia is obese than be interviewed for the news. But with the population of pet owners growing larger every day, and the volume of unreliable sources increasing exponentially, it is more important than ever to ensure the public is getting accurate information from the actual experts. In this episode, we're joined by Dr. Courtney Campbell, veterinary surgeon and media personality, who shares his tips for handling the media. This is the first in a two-part series aimed it helping you handle media inquiries with confidence and grace. Today's episode is sponsored by Blue River PetCare, a growing community of 160+ veterinary practices. Whether you're interested in practicing medicine in a major city or small town, Blue River PetCare’s locations across Ohio are guaranteed to have a career opportunity that's right for you. Find out more by visiting blueriverpetcare.com/careers or by contacting careers@brplp.com. ✱ Never miss an episode! Subscribe to email alerts »  =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= For show notes and to learn more about today's guest, please visit www.fullyvettedpodcast.com. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fully-vetted/message
Although egregious animal cruelty is easy to spot, there are more subtle forms of neglect and abuse that can be more difficult to define—even when you are familiar with a species' typical behaviors and normal health measures. But how do identify abuse in those animals you rarely, if ever, work with?  Even so, most veterinary professionals know it when they see it. They just need to pay attention to their instincts. In this episode, we are joined by Drs. Dennis Summers, Ohio's state veterinarian, and Alina Vale, official veterinarian for the California Horse Racing Board. Together, they dig in to the subtleties of large animal abuse and neglect: It's not as simple to define as small animal abuse, and it's often much more subtle. They discuss what it looks like, how and why it happens, and how often it occurs. Most importantly, they explain how veterinarians who have less experience with large animals—particularly small animal practitioners and new graduates—should handle suspected cases... And it all starts with listening to your gut. ✱ Never miss an episode! Subscribe to email alerts »  =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= For show notes and to learn more about today's guests, please visit www.fullyvettedpodcast.com. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fully-vetted/message
2022 MIDWEST VETERINARY CONFERENCE PREVIEW SERIES Interest in keeping backyard poultry has been increasing—but the number of veterinarians who see poultry hasn't. How can small animal veterinarians evolve to fill this growing need? In today's episode—the final installment of our MVC Preview Series before the big event—we are joined by Dr. Tim McDermott of The Ohio State University Extension. He shares a bit about his background and gives listeners a sneak peek at his MVC 2022 session on backyard poultry. ✱ Never miss an episode! Subscribe to email alerts »  =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= For show notes and to learn more about today's guest, please visit www.fullyvettedpodcast.com. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= The 2022 Midwest Veterinary Conference will be the best of both worlds! Featuring 345+ hours of continuing education with 70+ expert speakers, attendees have the option of attending live and in person or virtually from the comfort of their own homes. Enjoy everything the MVC has to offer by signing up for the hybrid event! To learn more and register, please visit www.mvcinfo.org. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fully-vetted/message
2022 MIDWEST VETERINARY CONFERENCE PREVIEW SERIES Holistic therapies are growing in popularity among humans, and that trend is spilling over into the animal world as well. Clients are increasingly seeking alternatives to drugs and other traditional treatments—from acupuncture to chiropractic to aromatherapy—for both themselves and their pets. In this episode, MVC speaker Dr. Carol Falck joins us to talk about essential oil use in veterinary medicine and how she came to practice with it. She gives listeners a sneak peek into what she'll cover during her sessions, including the science behind essential oils, how to evaluate their quality, and case studies showing their effectiveness. She also invites attendees to take their learning to the next level during her hands-on lab at the Conference. Have a listen! =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= For show notes and to learn more about today's guest, please visit www.fullyvettedpodcast.com. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= The 2022 Midwest Veterinary Conference will be the best of both worlds! Featuring 345+ hours of continuing education with 70+ expert speakers, attendees have the option of attending live and in person or virtually from the comfort of their own homes. Enjoy everything the MVC has to offer by signing up for the hybrid event! To learn more and register, please visit www.mvcinfo.org. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fully-vetted/message
2022 MIDWEST VETERINARY CONFERENCE PREVIEW SERIES Known for being fastidious and aloof, cats are masters at hiding illness—which makes recognizing and interpreting their subtle behaviors all the more important.  In this episode, self-described "cat person" and MVC speaker Dr. Carlo Siracusa joins us for a chat about cats. When it comes to cat communication, he literally wrote the book on it: Co-author of Decoding Your Cat, he is also the president of the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists. His upcoming Animal Behavior track at the Midwest Veterinary Conference will explore normal ("species typical") but problematic behaviors, creating a cat-friendly home, feline aggression, behaviors that hide medical problems, and more. Tune in now for a sneak peek! =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= For show notes and to learn more about today's guest, please visit www.fullyvettedpodcast.com. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= The 2022 Midwest Veterinary Conference will be the best of both worlds! Featuring 345+ hours of continuing education with 70+ expert speakers, attendees have the option of attending live and in person or virtually from the comfort of their own homes. Enjoy everything the MVC has to offer by signing up for the hybrid event! To learn more and register, please visit www.mvcinfo.org. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fully-vetted/message
2022 MIDWEST VETERINARY CONFERENCE PREVIEW SERIES In a world where people are increasingly spending their time online, developing an effective digital marketing plan is a must. But with so many options out there, where do you even start? What platforms should you be on? And how do you find the time to do it all? First and foremost: Take a breath! Then listen to today's podcast, in which we talk to Mahmoud Boutaam of Sprout Digital about what veterinary practices can do to increase their visibility through digital marketing. You don't need to be everywhere — and in fact, you shouldn't. There's no one-size-fits-all approach to digital marketing, so you get to decide what works best for your business. And don't worry... The mastermind is here to guide you! =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= For show notes and to learn more about today's guest, please visit www.fullyvettedpodcast.com. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= The 2022 Midwest Veterinary Conference will be the best of both worlds! Featuring 345+ hours of continuing education with 70+ expert speakers, attendees have the option of attending live and in person or virtually from the comfort of their own homes. Enjoy everything the MVC has to offer by signing up for the hybrid event! To learn more and register, please visit www.mvcinfo.org. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fully-vetted/message
2022 MIDWEST VETERINARY CONFERENCE PREVIEW SERIES Poop: It's more than just something that people find gross, fascinating, or grossly fascinating. In fact, researchers at The Ohio State University are investigating veterinary uses for fecal microbiota transplantation. In this episode, MVC speaker Dr. Jenessa Winston joins us to discuss how her team is learning how to turn crap into a cure—or at least a very effective treatment—for a variety of illnesses and conditions from parvovirus enteritis to obesity. This is an area of veterinary medicine that is on the verge of exploding (in a good way). Listen in to find out the amazing discoveries being made right now in this cutting-edge field! =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= For show notes and to learn more about today's guest, please visit www.fullyvettedpodcast.com. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= The 2022 Midwest Veterinary Conference will be the best of both worlds! Featuring 345+ hours of continuing education with 70+ expert speakers, attendees have the option of attending live and in person or virtually from the comfort of their own homes. Enjoy everything the MVC has to offer by signing up for the hybrid event! To learn more and register, please visit www.mvcinfo.org. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fully-vetted/message
2022 MIDWEST VETERINARY CONFERENCE PREVIEW SERIES It's definitely not glamorous, but conducting urinalyses is a necessary part of veterinary medicine—and a critical component of ensuring animal wellness. Because so many health issues can be identified by examining the urine, it really is liquid gold! But how can you ensure you get the most out of this simple, everyday test?  In this episode, we chat with Dr. Joseph Bartges, who gives us a sneak peek into his pet animal sessions at the 2022 MVC. A professor at the University of Georgia, Dr. Bartges is best known for his research and publications in veterinary nephrology, urology, and nutrition.  =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= For show notes and to learn more about today's guest, please visit www.fullyvettedpodcast.com. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= The 2022 Midwest Veterinary Conference will be the best of both worlds! Featuring 345+ hours of continuing education with 70+ expert speakers, attendees have the option of attending live and in person or virtually from the comfort of their own homes. Enjoy everything the MVC has to offer by signing up for the hybrid event! To learn more and register, please visit www.mvcinfo.org. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fully-vetted/message
2022 MIDWEST VETERINARY CONFERENCE PREVIEW SERIES Veterinary technicians play a vital role on critical care and surgical teams, but are they ready to deal with large animal emergencies? Many vet tech schools barely scratch the surface on large animal care, leaving grads unprepared for this area of veterinary medicine. But when the stakes skyrocket—along the odds of injury to both human and animals—knowing how to handle any situation is vital. In this episode, we continue our 2022 Midwest Veterinary Conference Preview Series with Shana Lemmenes, who specializes in equine veterinary nursing and is a self-described emergency junkie. She joins us to talk about her own career path and give listeners a sneak peek into her upcoming sessions on large animal emergency care. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= For show notes and to learn more about today's guest, please visit www.fullyvettedpodcast.com. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= The 2022 Midwest Veterinary Conference will be the best of both worlds! Featuring 345+ hours of continuing education with 70+ expert speakers, attendees have the option of attending live and in person or virtually from the comfort of their own homes. Enjoy everything the MVC has to offer by signing up for the hybrid event! To learn more and register, please visit www.mvcinfo.org. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fully-vetted/message
2022 MIDWEST VETERINARY CONFERENCE PREVIEW SERIES Aquaculture is a growing area of veterinary medicine, but few veterinarians have extensive experience treating fish patients, making an already tricky science even trickier. According to Dr. Kevin Neves, almost everything related to fish health comes back to one thing: Water quality. In this episode, Dr. Neves—self-described marine biologist, fish nutritionist, aquatic toxicologist, and fish physiologist—joins us as we continue our 2022 Midwest Veterinary Conference Preview Series. He gives us a glimpse into what he's learned about fish medicine during his two decades of aquaculture research and shares a sneak peek at his upcoming MVC sessions. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= For show notes and to learn more about today's guest, please visit www.fullyvettedpodcast.com. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= The 2022 Midwest Veterinary Conference will be the best of both worlds! Featuring 345+ hours of continuing education with 70+ expert speakers, attendees have the option of attending live and in person or virtually from the comfort of their own homes. Enjoy everything the MVC has to offer by signing up for the hybrid event! To learn more and register, please visit www.mvcinfo.org. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fully-vetted/message
2022 MIDWEST VETERINARY CONFERENCE PREVIEW SERIES When it comes to emergencies, veterinary professionals need to be able to think on their feet and make fast decisions. A large part of that is knowing how to identify and interpret clinical signs, but feeling confident enough to do so accurately and quickly also has a big impact on case outcomes. In this episode, we continue our 2022 Midwest Veterinary Conference Preview Series with Dr. Christopher Byers, board-certified veterinary emergency, critical care, and small animal internal medicine specialist. He shares a sneak peek at his MVC sessions, which are aimed at providing practical approaches to some of the most common small animal emergencies the everyday practitioner encounters—and boosting their confidence in treating these cases. To up your critical care game, sign up for Dr. Byers' Pet Animal Critical Care sessions on Saturday, Feb. 19, 2022. This track will be recorded and made available for on-demand viewing as part of MVC Virtual. Special thanks to Dechra Veterinary Products for supporting Dr. Byers' sessions. For show notes and to learn more about today's guest, please visit www.fullyvettedpodcast.com. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= The 2022 Midwest Veterinary Conference will be the best of both worlds! Featuring 345+ hours of continuing education with 70+ expert speakers, attendees have the option of attending live and in person or virtually from the comfort of their own homes. Enjoy everything the MVC has to offer by signing up for the hybrid event! To learn more and register, please visit www.mvcinfo.org. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fully-vetted/message
2022 MIDWEST VETERINARY CONFERENCE PREVIEW SERIES  Inventory management is something that many veterinary practices struggle with, but when stock makes up the second-largest expense, learning how to properly manage your inventory is a necessary evil. In this episode, Nicole Clausen of Veterinary Care Logistics joins us to share insights into the beast that is inventory management. With a little dedication and strategic planning, it doesn't have to be scary! If you want to turn your inventory management system into a well-oiled machine, be sure to join Nicole on Friday, Feb. 18, at the 2022 Midwest Veterinary Conference, where she'll dive deep into best practices, reducing inventory costs, and pricing strategies. For show notes and to learn more about today's guest, please visit www.fullyvettedpodcast.com. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= The 2022 Midwest Veterinary Conference will be the best of both worlds! Featuring 345+ hours of continuing education with 70+ expert speakers, attendees have the option of attending live and in person or virtually from the comfort of their own homes. Enjoy everything the MVC has to offer by signing up for the hybrid event! To learn more and register, please visit www.mvcinfo.org. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fully-vetted/message
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