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Veterinarians are uniquely skilled and trained to facilitate a One Health approach to their practice. A One Health approach considers the intricate connections between animal health, environmental health and human health and is the key to preventing the next pandemic or foreign animal disease, protecting animal health from changing environments and climates and for considering a whole-animal, integrated, prevention and treatment plans for your patients. Specifically, we will share current field research activities including: (1) how One Health is being applied to understand and prevent Rift Valley fever virus from following West Nile and Zika virus into the Americas, and (2) the applications of clinical domestic medicine to One Health projects in pangolins of Southeast Asia. Finally, we will examine how One Health policies beyond an individual veterinarian or team can help safeguard the health of our pets, the food and fiber animals, wildlife, and people.


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Course Description

Presenter

Debra Vey Voda-Hamilton

Description

Vet offices have been flooded with anxious, reactive/defensive vet experiences.
Vet staffs are struggling (as are their clients) with the new normal.
This webinar will assist each party to recognize triggers early, learn techniques to calm themselves (the only one they can really calm) and help others regain equilibrium.

Presenter Bio

Debra Vey Voda-Hamilton is the principal at Hamilton Law and Mediation, PLLC, (HLM) the first conflict consultation practice in the US dedicated to helping people resolve conflicts that arise in business and life over animals.

HLM uses empathy, compassion and methods of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) to assist people in understanding the why of a conflict that arises arise when dealing with animals. These conflicts are relational not transactional and can be nipped in the bud before they nip the veterinarian in the butt if skills to address the conflict are learned and applied. Attendees of Debra’s programs and her clients recognize the benefit of having Debra teach them the skills necessary to allowing them to sit down, be curious and work with their perceived adversary to have a neutral discussion before litigation is initiated.

Debra works with veterinarians, their staff, colleagues and clients. This give Debra a unique perspective that empowers everyone she works with to listen for understanding, speak with agency and pursue their passion of helping people and their pets while reducing their exposure to emotionally charged disagreements and the ensuing costly litigation.

Debra’s programs help people communicate, as a speaker and receiver of information. She is the go to person for information regarding the use of peaceful communication in conflicts over animals for the NY Times, Wall Street Journal, the Chicago Sun Times, Bloomberg and the US News and World Report.

Debra is a sought after speaker at national and international veterinary and veterinary management conferences and online webinars for her programs Stop License Review, Nipped in the Bud-Not in the Butt and Enhancing Communication Skills During Covid. She skillfully address the needs of the veterinarian when difficult issues arise in their practice and how to help staff and pet owners address the conflict proactively. [Stop License Review] She also helps pet owners and pet service providers aid each other in the creation and implementation a SIMPLE short and long term pet care plan. The MAAP Plan enables beloved companion animals get the care their owners want them to have any time their owner is personally not able to care for them. [7 D’s-Death, Disaster, Disease, Delay, Disability, Dementia & Divorce]

Debra is the past president of the AVMLA, Is a consistent VMX Moderator, a member of Vet Partner and sits on the Ethics Committee, belongs to the Society of Veterinary Medical Ethics and is a legal consultant to NOVV and AVDT.

Debra graduated from Benjamin N. Cardozo Law School in 1983, and was admitted to practice in New York in 1984. She litigated these kinds of cases until 2010, when she hung up her litigation pumps and began a better way to resolve these emotional conflicts.

You can learn more about Debra and the work she does. http://hamiltonlawandmediation.com


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Presented by: Daniel Carmichael, DVM, DAVDC & Wendy Ardolina, DVM

During this two-hour virtual presentation, a range of topics related to small animal veterinary dentistry will be discussed. The goal will be to focus on common clinical problems and current recommendations. Topics to be covered include dental radiography, dental extractions including oronasal fistula repair, tooth resorption in cats and dogs, feline and canine stomatitis, and recommendations for home care.
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Covid related online CE

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Presented by: Frank Fanshawe, Partner, Lippes Mathias Wexler Friedman LLP

 
Vaccines are available to everyone, but what happens it some decline to be vaccinated? What are their rights, and what ...

Recorded September 2, 2020

No CE

Veterinarians, Technicians and hospital staff are busier than ever right now, with no end in sight. For the next few months this will be the new normal, and if ...

Webinar Broadcast: 5/19/2018
75 minutes

Deb Best, SPHR, SHRM-SCP
Deb Best Practices

During the Covid crisis NYSVMS has hired human resources specialist, Deb Best of Deb Best Practices to provide ...

Webinar Broadcast - May 6th 2020

A partnership between NYSVMS and Center for Veterinary Business and Entrepreneurship at the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine.

Within the next few ...

Can I prescribe medications via telehealth in NY State without seeing the patient in person?

This question is the jumping off point for an in-depth examination of telehealth platforms in the age of ...

In December of 2019, a novel respiratory disease was observed in Wuhan, China. The cause of the disease was identified as a coronavirus, which has now been designated as SARS-CoV-2. Coronavirus disease ...

You stay open for emergencies. You get sick. Staff are quarantined. Now you are closed and the surviving practices are struggling to meet the need for emergency and essential animal care.

Tomorrow we ...

This joint webinar with NYSAVT (Technicians association) was scheduled prior to Covid in order to help veterinarians improve work-life balance and profitability through the most effective working relationship ...

We asked Chris Rocchio, DVM who is on the NYSVMS Finance Committee, and Treasurer for Capital District VMS, to put together a team to help answer questions about financial issues. The team so far includes:

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Everybody is going through a time of great stress. We want to make sure that our NYSVMS community is seeded with people who understand how to reach out when they see their colleagues struggling, and encourage ...

Vetbloom free CE

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Presenter: Maureen Finke, DVM, DACVIM

This program, 20-745531, has been approved for 1.0 hours of continuing education credit for veterinarians and veterinary technicians in jurisdictions that recognize RACE approval.

RACE approval for this program expires on 07/08/2023. Programs are approved ...

Presenter: Mark Troxel, DVM, DACVIM (Neurology)

This program, 20-744895, has been approved for 1.0 hour of continuing education credit for veterinarians and veterinary technicians in jurisdictions that recognize RACE approval.

RACE approval for this program expires on 05/29/2023. Programs are ...

Presenter: Andrea Looney, DVM, DACVAA, DACVSMR, CCRP

This program, 20-761203, has been approved for 1 hour of continuing education credit for veterinarians and veterinary technicians in jurisdictions that recognize RACE approval.

RACE approval for this program expires on 11/30/22. Programs are ...

Presenter: Andrea Looney, DVM, DACVAA, DACVSMR, CCRP

This program, 20-743439, has been approved for 1 hour of continuing education credit for veterinarians and veterinary technicians in jurisdictions that recognize RACE approval.

RACE approval for this program expires on 3/18/23. Programs are ...

Controlled Substances CE

Integrative Medicine