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WVPMA Meetings and Events

Events

December 6, 2018

Topic:
Being Proactive with Compassion Fatigue and Suicide Awareness

Speaker:
Mr. Brandon Hess, CVPMA, CCFP
Brandon spent 10 years in the management trenches, first as a companion animal veterinary hospital manager, then as the manager of a large specialty practice in Ohio (2016 AAHA Specialty Practice of the Year). His background in psychology, management and leadership has provided him with the tools necessary to coach veterinary professionals on a broad range of topics; his favorites include communication, conflict resolution, compassion fatigue and suicide awareness.

Compassion Fatigue and Suicide Awareness are two of the most important things in veterinary medicine that we must be proactive on. As a naturally reactive industry, this dinner presentation will highlight the important aspects of managing the impact of the work we do.

This presentation is being opened up to the Veterinary Community, so Seating is Limited!

Organizer:
Billie Fisher
(262) 309-6942 ext. 130

Details:
Note: New Event Timing & Format!
Member Meeting: 5:00 - 6:00pm (Okauchee/Nagawicka Room)
Dinner: 6:30pm (75 attendee maximum)
Presentation: 7:00 - 9:00pm

Location:
Holiday Inn - Pewaukee, Milwaukee West
N14 W24140 Tower Place
Pewaukee
(262) 506-6300

Registration:
Event Flyer

Register Online

Winter Board Meeting - TBA

April 11, 2019

Topic:
TBA

Speaker:
Stephanie Bellin

Organizer:
Billie Fisher
(262) 309-6942 ext. 130

Details:
TBA

Location:
Fox Valley Technical College
Public Safety Training Building

Summer Board Meeting - TBA

October Member Meeting - TBA

Meetings

Two Member Meetings Per Year:

  • Spring = Members & Board
  • Summer = Board only
  • Fall = Members & Board
  • Winter = Board only

Two (2) full-day management seminars each year

Day seminars will be held each spring and fall in a central Wisconsin location. These seminars are a happy blend of education, reconnecting with friends, professional support, and fun. At each seminar you will find:

  • Educational speakers
  • Roundtable discussions to troubleshoot common management challenges
  • Networking luncheon with fellow members
  • Continuing education credits for veterinary management (up to 8 credits per seminar)
  • Business briefing on WVPMA current events

For questions regarding web site or meetings, please contact Liz Schlick at: kvcareliz14@gmail.com.