Nov
3
2014

Take advantage of AAHA's upcoming free Web conferences.

Mammary and Squamous Cell Carcinoma: Diagnosis and Treatment Options (New and Emerging)
Gerald Post, DVM, MEM, DACVIM (Oncology)
Monday, November 10 - Sunday, November 23, 2014
Sponsored by Abbott Animal Health

Mammary carcinoma is a common malignancy that most practitioners will see in their practices. Treatment recommendations are important for this disease, but potentially more important are the preventive measures, which can and should be discussed with most pet owners. The recommendations for both cats and dogs are different. Squamous cell carcinomas are less common, but equally frustrating. These tumors can arise from the oral cavity, tonsils, and the skin. The prognosis and treatment of these varied carcinomas along with some exciting new therapeutic options will be discussed in this free webinar. You'll earn 1 hour of CE credit by participating in this Web conference.

Lifelong Care: Leading and Sustaining Change in Your Practice
Mr. Randy Hall
Monday, December 1 - Sunday, December 14, 2014
Sponsored by Zoetis

If you're leading a veterinary practice, there will come a time when you will want to make things better, faster, more effective, or more efficient. You will want to grow or increase the quality of your care, your service, or your team. You may want to offer pet wellness plans or add a new therapy, like rehab, to your practice. Yet, change is often challenging and filled with natural dips and potential pitfalls. Change, however, can happen quickly and effectively when we plan for it, align the forces that drive it, and make the commitment to lead it. In this free Web conference, we will examine how change happens and how to make it happen more effectively. We will also look at the reasons people resist change and walk through a five-step change process aimed at helping you sustain new initiatives and growth in your practice. You'll earn 1 hour of CE credit by participating in this Web conference.

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