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 weeks we expect to see elective procedures made legal again in New York State, but there will still be a need to maintain social-distancing protocols. Many animal hospitals are struggling to meet the demand for services now, how can they adapt to the demands for the coming 6 to 12 months.
To address these issues, NYSVMS has formed a partnership the Center for Veterinary Business and Entrepreneurship at the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine.
In this first panel discussion you will hear updates from current experts in public health and employment law, but it is even more important that we can hear from you to understand the challenges you are facing in your practice and what your needs are from this group of experts.
Join us for this free online discussion and meet:
Jorge L. Colón, DVM, MBA, Senior Lecturer Financial and Organizational Management, CVBE, Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine
Caroline Yancey, DVM, MPH, Lecturer Master of Public Health Program, Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine
Celia Bigoness, Esq., Associate Clinical Professor of Law, Cornell Law School
Nicole Gould, Cornell Law ’20, New York State 2020 Pro Bono Scholar
Tim Atkinson, Executive Director NYSVMS
No CEs are available for the recording
This 90 minute webinar has been divided into three sections for easy viewingPart 1: Caroline Yancey, DVM, MPH, - Infection Control for Veterinary Practice
Part 2: Celia Bigoness, Esq, Nicole Gould - Employment and legal issues
Part 3 - Questions and answers
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