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7th June 2022

2:00-5:00 PM CT

Demystifying the Illusion: Creating the Magic of a Happy, Healthy, and Inclusive Veterinary Team

With Special Co-Host Stacee Santi and a Performance by Las Vegas Magician/Comedian Piff the Magic Dragon!

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Speakers

Get all your questions answered live by internationally renowned experts – right from the comfort of your home!

Courtney Campbell

DVM, DACVS-SA

Ed Carlson

CVT, VTS (Nutrition)

Seth Solomon

DVM

Torrie Barclay

Director of Community Development at National Veterinary Associates

Event Schedule

Enjoy FREE high-quality veterinary CE! Grab your favorite beverage and join us for these 4 exciting lectures!

The pre-show countdown begins at 13:30 CDT

Speakers: Courtney Campbell, DVM, DACVS-SA
This talk will discuss the magnitude and extent of the diversity crisis in the veterinary profession . According to the most recent data, the percentage of BIPOC and UIVM (Underrepresented in Veterinary medicine is 2%. Improvements have been made however fighting against an inclination to return to the status quo will take a consistent and dedicated effort towards providing more equitable opportunities for all and creating a more inclusive environment. Increasing diversity in the veterinary healthcare workforce must also include establishing a sense of belonging. This sense of belonging can increase team morale, fosters a sense of inclusion, as well as a sense of community. A sense of belonging can make the workplace more fun and enjoyable and it can lead to better care for our patients: A diverse veterinary healthcare team may improve the chances that the doctor attending to that client will be able to relate to them and better serve their individual needs. Changes that increase diversity can result in better business outcomes. A more diverse workforce can lead to happier team members. This ultimately improves employee retention which helps improve sustainability – not only in your personal work environment but for the profession as a whole. Businesses that embrace a more diverse and inclusive workforce may improve compliance towards recommended treatment plans and preventative treatment strategies Diverse teams can also help to improve problem solving.The talk will conclude on strategies and methods on how to improve diversity in the veterinary workforce.
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Speaker: Ed Carlson, CVT, VTS (Nutrition)
Developing all members on the veterinary health care team is important to patient and client care and hospital profitability. But did you know that surveys have shown that career advancement opportunities and support increase veterinary technician employment satisfaction and retention? In the busy veterinary hospital today it may seem impossible to find the time to train or create learning plans. In this session we’ll discuss simple strategies to create a culture of learning and support team development to engage and retain team members.
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Speaker: Seth Solomon, DVM
The challenges of the last several years have weighed heavily on the entire veterinary community. Despite all veterinarian teams facing the same headwinds, some practices are thriving and others are struggling for survival. One primary reason for this dichotomy is how the leadership team responds to challenges when they arise. In this session we will explore the difference in outcome when the veterinary health care team sees a problem as an opportunity rather than a headache and walk through how this principle was applied in our practice.
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Speaker: Torrie Barclay, Director of Community Development at National Veterinary Associates
We must take good care of ourselves to be at our best for those that we care for. Being healthy and well requires care of our whole self; physical, mental, emotional and spiritual. In this webinar, we will share tools and insights to help you take stock of your wellness and take baby steps to take better care of yourself.
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A short break: 16:03-16:06 CDT

Speakers: Dr Courtney Campbell, Ed Carlson, Dr Seth Solomon and Torrie Barclay
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Courtney Campbell
DVM, DACVS-SA
Dr. Courtney A. Campbell has enjoyed a career as a board certified veterinary surgeon and a veterinary journalist. Dr. Campbell specializes in orthopedic, soft tissue, and minimally invasive surgery. He currently practices at VetSurg, a specialty surgical practice in Ventura, California. On the media landscape, Dr. Campbell is a host of two podcasts, author, and daytime television veterinary medical correspondent.
He is also a member of four organizations that are committed to creating a more pluralistic veterinary profession including the AVMA DEI Commission, ACVS DEI Commission, the DVMC and Pawsibilities VetMed.
Ed Carlson
CVT, VTS (Nutrition)
Ed Carlson is the Director of Veterinary Nursing Education for VetBloom. He is the 2022 Immediate Past President of the Massachusetts Veterinary Technician Association and the Treasurer of the New Hampshire Veterinary Technician Association. Ed has served on multiple National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America (NAVTA) committees and is the 2022 NAVTA Immediate Past President.
He obtained a VTS (Nutrition) in 2014 and lectures frequently at local, regional, national, and international veterinary conferences on a variety of nutrition topics. Ed was also the recipient of the NAVTA 2019 Technician of the Year award.
Seth Solomon
DVM
Dr. Seth Solomon was born and raised in the western Texas Panhandle before attending Texas A&M University, where he completed a Master of Business Administration in 2006 and a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine in 2008.

Dr. Solomon operates a dynamic and growing multi-site clinic in Amarillo.
He has created an extraordinary, team-focused culture by providing the doctors and staff with a refreshing work-life balance, numerous personal-growth opportunities, and an environment where each person is empowered to make a positive difference in the lives of others.

Dr. Solomon’s highest priority is quality time with his wife, Lindsay, and their daughters, Paige and Brynn. His favorite past-times include traveling and skiing the slopes of any mountain he can find.
Torrie Barclay
Director of Community Development at National Veterinary Associates
Torrie is a member of the NVA Community Team where she serves those in the veterinary profession through professional growth and personal wellness programs. Our talented people hold a wealth of knowledge and experiences. Torrie works to inspire them to share those gifts, so they are heard, seen, and loved – so we can all learn and thrive as a community. She resides in Colorado with her family and their 4 dog fur babies, Jackson, Charlie, Luna, and Zero.