Tired of the endless recruitment cycle? Wish you could turn clients’ positive feedback into valuable online reviews? Have a hard time connecting what you do now to the original reason you wanted to become a veterinary professional? Get the experience you want and the solutions you need at Connexity by AAHA.
Struggling to engage your entire team in the success of your practice? Feel like for every team member you hire, another one leaves? Want to revamp your staff meetings into experiences people look forward to instead of dread? We hear you. AAHA’s new conference, Connexity by AAHA, is focused on finding solutions to everyday challenges in veterinary practices, so we asked you to tell us about the issues keeping you up at night—and molded the event’s educational lineup around your responses.
Do you feel like life is sometimes harder than it needs to be? Barely have time to eat lunch, let alone focus on your workplace culture? Are you multitasking, but still not getting everything done? We hear you. AAHA’s new conference, Connexity by AAHA, is focused on finding solutions to everyday challenges in veterinary practices, so we asked you to tell us about the issues keeping you up at night—and molded the event’s educational lineup around your responses.
Many of you know I brought my border collie, Gus, to Connexity to help provide a little comfort to those who might be missing canine company while at the conference. He had lots of visitors at the show; many people came by the Book Nook to snuggle with him and pose for selfies, or they greeted him happily when he trotted down the hallways. On the first day of the conference, Jayme Motler, DVM, came over to the booth to see Gus.
Who among us isn’t hunting for work-life balance? We’re taught to focus harder and harder on work in order to succeed, when the real key is to do less .
Unruly behaviors cause significant distress between clients and their pets, and can significantly increase the risk of relinquishment. But common unruly behaviors can be addressed by interventions and are often easily treated in compliant households.
Two new studies found that heavier dogs have higher health risks if spayed or neutered too early.
“We did really well at the beginning of COVID,” said Meghan Curtis, Executive Director of Project V.E.T.S. “People were really very generous. And then it kind of tapered off.”
Planning on heading to Nashville Sept 14-17? Get your spot now. It’s the perfect time to recharge your energy, rekindle your passion for the profession, and reconnect with friends and colleagues.
Carrie Jurney, DVM, DACVIM, was boarded in neurology in 2009, but found her true calling when she took over the presidency of Not One More Vet in February of 2020—right at the start of the pandemic.