How Effective Communication Can Improve Your Practice

Science is the foundation of veterinary medicine. Your clients rely on your expertise and scientific knowledge to diagnose and treat the pets and other animals in their care. But art also plays a critical role. The art of effective communication between you, your practice staff and your clients is essential in ensuring client compliance, and it’s a key element of any successful business plan. 

The AVMA is offering our members a free webinar designed to help you become better communicators. Dr. Karen Cornell, a professor and the assistant department head of the Department of Small Animal Medicine and Surgery at the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine, will lead the webinar on Wednesday, March 6, from noon – 1 p.m. CST. 

Dr. Cornell’s focus on building your communications skills will help you better understand and meet client expectations, which helps build client confidence and ultimately enhances animal health. Dr. Cornell also will share tips on how effective communication can help you avoid burnout on the job. 

So join us on March 6 by registering for the webinar today.

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