VPMA Yorkshire Regional Meeting
Askham Fields Ln
About this course
In this time of tough competitive forces, being able to standout by offering something different in veterinary practice is most important. With practices adopting health plans focused on puppies and kittens to help bond clients, the end-of-life stage represents a clear path for veterinary practices to stand out.
Compassion Understood is an initiative that seeks to make information for pet owners on pet loss support more accessible, as well as helping to inform and educate veterinary professionals about this important time, so they can best help their clients.
As veterinarians and veterinary nurses or technicians, we recognise that pet loss wasn’t something that featured heavily in our learning curriculum. Most of us have learned ‘on the job’, and while day-to-day we can technically carry out the clinical duties around end of life, such as euthanasia, with professionalism and efficiency, the softer elements often get neglected.
The meeting will also incorporate the popular “Open Floor Discussion”
This part of the evening is designed to bring together Practice Managers to discuss current hot topics. The meeting will run as an open floor, so we can listen, discuss, advise and learn from each other. This is your chance to meet and talk to others who experience the same daily problems and issues as you!