Speaking

upcoming lectures

 

  • February 2, 2024: Arkansas VMA Winter Meeting
  • Building Your Wellness Toolbox: Essential Skills for Success (2 hours)
  • A Team Approach to Mentorship
  • Roadmap to Mentorship
  • February 23, 2024: Midwest Vet Conference, Staff Development Track
    **All lectures will be recorded and available on the virtual platform**
  • A Team Approach to Preventive Care
  • Promoting Wellbeing in the Workplace (2 hours)
  • Mentorship Matters Part 1: A Team Approach to Mentorship
  • Mentorship Matters Part 2: Top Five Mentorship Mistakes
  • Mentorship Matters Part 3: Essential Skills for Mentors
  • April 24, 2024: Webinar for Ready Vet Go community: ER Stabilization for GPs
  • June 2024: AVMA Convention. Dates and times TBA, sessions to include:
  • Collaborative workshops on mentorship and ER stabilization as a team
  • Collaborative lectures on mentorship and pharmacy considerations
  • A Team Approach to Preventive Care
  • 2 hours on spectrum of care
  • October 2024: Fetch Coastal, dates, times, and topics TBA

veterinary professionals

 

Dr. Boatright Speaking Topics – 2024

 

Mentorship Matters

 

How to Support Early Career Veterinarians Using the Whole Clinical Team

What does mentorship look like in your practice? If your clinic is looking to recruit or retain early career veterinarians, you must be able to answer this question. This lecture will explore the challenges faced by early career veterinarians and discuss the essential components of a mentorship program. We will review how each member of the team can be utilized to support early career veterinarians. Participants will leave this lecture with a blueprint to develop a mentorship program that will help new veterinarians gain confidence and become superstar clinicians.

 

Top Five Mentorship Mistakes

Did you know that over thirty percent of new veterinary graduates will leave their first practice within a year? One of the top reasons for this turnover is a lack of mentorship. If you’ve promised mentorship to a new hire, be sure you’re ready to deliver an exceptional mentorship experience. This lecture will explore five common mentorship mistakes and explore practical ways to avoid and correct them if they are made.

 

Essential Skills for Mentors

Being a mentor is more than teaching clinical skills or discussing medical cases. It requires an individual to provide personalized support, challenge the mentee to advance, and deliver honest, consistent feedback. Being a strong mentor is an art, but it can be learned and developed. This lecture will use a case-based approach to discuss essential skills for mentors and how to enhance them in the clinic to maximize your effectiveness as a mentor.

 

Essential Skills for Mentees

While mentorship is often associated with the early career period, it can be beneficial throughout an individual’s career. Mentees must balance their own learning with the feedback and guidance received from their mentor. This lecture will use a case-based approach to discuss essential skills for mentors and how to enhance them in the clinic to maximize your effectiveness as a mentee.

 

Roadmap to Mentorship

Mentorship is something all veterinary professionals seem to crave, and yet it can sometimes be difficult to find. In this lecture, we will create a personal roadmap to mentorship by exploring what makes a meaningful mentorship experience, how to identify a potential mentor, and different models of mentorship. We will develop networking skills to help connect with potential mentors and mentees. Regardless of where you are in your career, you can benefit from a mentor—and even offer mentorship to someone else!

 

Spectrum of Care:

 

Improving Outcomes for Clients with Financial Limitations Using a Spectrum of Care Approach

Cases limited by client finances are a daily occurrence for many small animal practitioners. As pets are considered part of the family by their owners, conversations between pet owners and the veterinary team can become emotionally charged, especially when finances are limited and decisions about care become life or death. These cases and the discussions that go with them can create moral distress and contribute to burnout for many veterinarians. But it doesn’t have to be this way. This lecture will explore the concepts of spectrum of care and incremental care in the context of client financial limitations and provide tools that can be used in financial conversations to maximize patient outcomes in clinical practice.

 

Isn’t That Just Medicine? The Art and Science of the Spectrum of Care

Veterinarians are in the unique and challenging position of balancing the medical needs of their patients with the emotional, physical, and financial needs of their clients and their own moral and legal obligations to both. Embracing the spectrum of care can help to accomplish this delicate balancing act. The key to success in practicing along the spectrum of care is communication. Veterinarians and team members must work with clients to determine the best option for their circumstances. Join a practicing, rural small animal veterinarian in a case-based discussion to better understand the spectrum of care and how it can be applied in practice. We will examine the barriers that prevent us from offering a spectrum of care and how to overcome them as well as explore current evidence for spectrum of care options and communication techniques that allow us to connect with clients.

 

Practice Pearls:

 

Emergency Stabilization for General Practitioners

This presentation will review common emergency presentations including blocked cats, trauma cases, and respiratory distress. Initial evaluation and stabilization that can be performed by the general practitioner prior to transfer to an emergency clinic will be the focus of this lecture. We will also discuss improving communication and relationships between emergency and general practice clinics.

 

Wellness:

 

Self-Care Isn’t Selfish: Building Your Wellness Toolbox

How do you thrive in your veterinary career for 5, 10, or even 50 years? You learn to make self-care a priority. This lecture will begin with a brief review of the state of mental health in the veterinary profession. A discussion of recognizing burnout in ourselves and our team will follow using Dr. Boatright’s personal walk through professional burnout. We will explore tools and skills that can be used both to recover from and prevent burnout at the individual and team level, including setting boundaries and cultivating resilience. (This can be presented as a 1 or 2-hour session).

 

Practice Management:

 

Using the Whole Clinical Team to Maximize Preventive Care Compliance

Preventive care protocols allow clinics to provide consistent recommendations to their clients and maximize patient health. Client compliance with these recommendations will be most successful when they are heard repeatedly from multiple team members. It is essential that every team member understands the reasons behind the recommendations and knows how to communicate them. This lecture will discuss the creation and implementation of preventive care protocols in your clinic including their development, team training with a specific emphasis on leveraging veterinary technicians in a primary client education role, and marketing preventive care to clients outside of the exam room.

 

Promoting Wellbeing in the Workplace

Burnout and mental health challenges are widely recognized in the veterinary profession and affect all members of the veterinary team. These struggles can lead to increased turnover in the clinic and attrition from the profession, leading to significant financial impacts on the industry. This lecture will explore the state of mental health in the veterinary profession and discuss how to recognize burnout in ourselves and our team. We will explore tools and skills that can be used both to recover from and prevent burnout at the individual and hospital level. (This can be presented as a 1 or 2-hour session).

 

The Double-Edged Sword of Workplace Communication

Dr. Boatright has completed the AVMA’s Wellbeing Educator program to be able to offer this presentation, which was developed by the AVMA through an educational grant from Merck Animal Health. This session is approved for 1 hour of AVMA Continuing Education Credit.

Communication is considered a double-edged sword because of its power to move us closer to, or further away from, authentic, healthy connection. For example, 24/7 news coverage can be informative and increase anxiety, social media can be used for networking and cyberbullying, and how we communicate with each other in the workplace can induce more psychological distress and be a buffer to or help prevent psychological distress.

In the process of managing our day-to-day work life, we often lose sight of how communication patterns and the ways we interact with each other impact our wellbeing and the wellbeing of our colleagues. Effective communication is a cornerstone of healthy workplaces, and yet it is often an afterthought. Under duress, communication can become transactional—focused on short term gains, alleviating symptoms rather than addressing root causes of conflict, and prioritizing winning over problem resolution and relationships. Teams that communicate effectively are more likely to have higher psychological safety, encourage innovation and timely decision-making, create goodwill, minimize miscommunication, and be better equipped to successfully navigate difficult situations.

This interactive seminar teaches core communication skills to promote connection, support a strong sense of belonging to the team, increase trust in the organization, and facilitate candid and open communication among team members.

 

Collaborative Lectures:

 

Navigating the Muddy Waters of Pharmacy: Improving Communication and Reducing Errors When Working with Community Pharmacies (with Lauren Forsythe, PharmD, DICVP)

This session will discuss causes of tension between veterinarians and retail pharmacists, review common types of errors, provide suggestions for prevention, and discuss new challenges related to online pharmacies. Techniques for building a successful working relationship with local pharmacists and improving client education will be the focus of this lecture.

 

Substitution Permissible? A Discussion About Generic Medications (with Lauren Forsythe, PharmD, DICVP)

One of the veterinarian’s key responsibilities in patient care is selecting and prescribing the appropriate medication. In cases where cost is a concern, generic medications may be a reasonable choice, but do they always have equal efficacy as brand name medications? During this interactive webinar, participants will gain a better understanding of the key differences between brand name and generic medications and how to make the most evidence-based decisions possible for appropriate use. We will explore case-based examples of specific medications including insulin, antibiotics, and NSAIDs.

 

ReVETilization: How to Be a Leader to Enact Positive Change (With Alyssa Mages, CVT)

There is a revolution in the veterinary profession—a movement toward positive change and the creation of a sustainable career and healthy individuals. But how do you become a part of this change? It’s time to step out of your comfort zone and become a leader. Join two changemakers and entrepreneurs in the veterinary profession as we share our personal leadership journeys. We will guide participants through exercises to identify personal values, opportunities for leadership, and the creation of personal growth through education. Attendees will leave this session with an action plan and the materials to make change happen. (This is a 2-hour interactive workshop)

 

Putting the TEAM into Teamwork (With Alyssa Mages, CVT)

The most successful veterinary practices are not those with the most technically skilled employees but those with the most cohesive team. These successful teams embody many characteristics, most notably, TEAM: Trust, Empathy, Accountability, and Mentorship. Bringing TEAM into our practices will help to improve client satisfaction, workplace culture, and staff retention. Join a credentialed veterinary technician and veterinarian as we discuss how to elevate your team into its best self and put the TEAM back into teamwork. 

Vet Med Students

 

Dr. Boatright Speaking Topics – 2024

 

Roadmap to Mentorship (VBMA BCP Category 4)

Mentorship is essential to the success of new graduates, but not all mentorships are created equally. In this interactive lecture, we will discuss what questions to ask during your interview to assess the mentorship offered. We will explore how to develop a mentorship agreement with your first job and how to move from mentee to mentor over time.

 

Can I Have It All? Parenting in Vet Med (VBMA BCP Category 4)

Is it possible to have a family and be a successful, happy veterinarian? This presentation will explore the answer to this question using data from the literature on parenting in veterinary medicine and personal experiences of veterinary mothers. We will discuss considerations on family planning, challenges faced during pregnancy, and how to successfully create work-life integration as a working veterinary parent. We will also explore the question of what makes workplaces “family-friendly” and what individuals can do as managers and practice owners to create this type of positive workplace culture.

 

There’s More Than One Way to Treat a Cat: A Practical Approach to the Spectrum of Care
(VBMA BCP Category 3)

This is an interactive, case-based presentation on one of the biggest challenges veterinarians face in practice. In school, students learn the gold standard of diagnosis and treatment. The clients and patients we see on clinical rotations at our teaching hospitals tend to be those who have the means to pursue advanced diagnostics and treatments. After graduation, away from the ivory tower, veterinarians are often faced with balancing tighter financial limitations of clients with the best interest of the pet. There are often flexible ways to get the information we want and need for a patient while still working within a client’s means.

 

Communication Skills to Make Clients Love You (VBMA BCP CATEGORY 3)

Excellent communication skills are crucial to develop client bonds and improve client compliance. During this lecture, we will review basic communication tools and then discuss their application in various situations in the clinic, including talking to upset clients, managing critical emergencies, discussing complications, and more.

 

Difficult Conversations: End of Life Decisions (VBMA BCP CATEGORY 3)

One of the most difficult conversations to have with clients involves end of life decision making. These conversations must balance the patient’s needs with the emotional and financial needs of the client and can take a large emotional toll on the veterinary team. We will discuss management of cases where clients refuse euthanasia in a critically ill patient and others where clients request euthanasia for a patient that could be treated. How do we, as veterinarians, handle these conversations, advocate for our patients, serve the human-animal bond, and preserve our own wellbeing?

 

Navigating the Muddy Waters of Pharmacy: Improving Communication and Reducing Errors When Working with Community Pharmacies (VBMA BCP CATEGORY 3)

This session will discuss causes of tension between veterinarians and retail pharmacists, review common types of errors, provide suggestions for prevention, and discuss new challenges related to online pharmacies. Techniques for building a successful working relationship with local pharmacists and improving client education will be the focus of this lecture. (Notes on this lecture: This lecture was developed with Lauren Forsythe, PharmD, DICVP, who may be available for some joint speaking engagements. Additionally, some schools have presented this as a joint presentation with their university’s pharmacy program)

 

Wellness Toolbox: Essential Skills for Success (VBMA BCP CATEGORY 4)

How do you thrive in your veterinary career for 5, 10, 50 years? You learn to make self-care a priority. In this lecture, we will review the state of mental health in the veterinary profession and discuss my own journey through burnout. Then we will discuss skills that you can cultivate to keep yourself at the top of your game: boundaries and resiliency! [Note: This lecture can be extended to 1.5 hours and include a discussion on networking.]

 

How to Create a Career You’ll Love (VBMA BCP CATEGORY 4)

One of the best things about a career in veterinary medicine is the huge variety of career paths that you can pursue. During this lecture, I will trace my own career path and discuss tips for launching a successful career. Participants will learn networking tips, discuss the age-old question of whether an internship or mentorship is best for them, and review tips for choosing a first job following graduation.
 

Previous Events

 

 National Conferences/Webinars

  • October 14, 2023: “Improving Communication and Reducing Error When Working with Community Pharmacists” – Co-presented with Lauren Forsythe, PharmD, DICVP, for VetCE Virtual
  • October 9-11, 2023: Fetch Coastal (dvm360):
  • Oct 9, 2023, 1 pm: “Isn’t That Just Medicine? The Art and Science of the Spectrum of Care”
  • Oct 9, 2023, 11 am: “Improving Outcomes for Clients with Financial Limitations Through a Spectrum of Care Approach”
  • Oct 9, 2023, 9 am: “Emergency Stabilization for General Practitioners”
  • October 4, 2023: “Improving Communication and Reducing Error When Working with Community Pharmacists” webinar for Vetcetra
  • September 27, 2023: “Communication Skills to Make Clients Love You” webinar for Vetcetra, 7 PM EST
  • August 25-27, 2023: “Self-Care Isn’t Selfish: Building Your Wellness Toolbox” (2 hours) – DVMoms Conference, Asheville, NC, date/time TBA
  • July 14-18, 2023: AVMA Convention, Denver Colorado, all dates/times TBA:
  • July 18, 11 am: “Collaborative Care to Improve Patient Outcomes”
  • July 17, 2 pm: “Isn’t That Just Medicine? The Art and Science of the Spectrum of Care”
  • July 17, 1 pm: “Improving Outcomes for Clients with Financial Limitations Through a Spectrum of Care Approach”
  • July 17, 10 am: “Substitution Permissible? A Discussion About Generic Mediations,” with Lauren Forsythe, PharmD, DICVP
  • July 17, 8 am: “Emergency Stabilization for General Practitioners”
  • July 16, 1 pm: “ReVETilization: How to Be a Leader to Enact Positive Change,” with Alyssa Mages, CVT of Empowering Veterinary Teams
  • June 15-17: ACVIM Forum (Philadelphia, PA)
  • ACVIM Forum: “Collaborative Care to Improve Patient Outcomes” – Pre-recorded On Demand Lecture
  • June 17, 10:20 am: “Improving Communication and Reducing Error When Working with Community Pharmacists”, Co-presented with Lauren Forsythe, PharmD, DICVP (available on livestream)
  • June 7: “Self-care isn’t Selfish: Building Your Wellness Toolbox” for Vetcetra, 7 PM EST
  • May 7: “Improving Outcomes for Clients with Financial Limitations Through a Spectrum of Care Approach” 7 pm, Vet on It Webinar
  • April 12: “Emergency Stabilization for General Practitioners” webinar for Vetcetra, 7:00 pm EST
  • May 11: “Utilizing the Whole Clinical Team to Improve Preventive Care Compliance” webinar for Suveto, 6 pm EST
  • March 24-26, 2023: Fetch Charlotte, Charlotte, NC:
  • “Emergency Stabilization for General Practitioners” (Date and Time TBA)
  • There’s More than One Way to Treat a Cat: A Practical Approach to the Spectrum of Care” (Date and Time TBA)
  • March 11: “Emergency Stabilization for General Practitioners” webinar for VetCE Virtual. 1:10 pm EST
  • March 1, 2023: “There’s More than One Way to Treat a Cat: A Practical Approach to the Spectrum of Care” webinar for Vetcetra, 7 pm EST/6 pm CST
  • February 15, 2023: “There’s More than One Way to Treat a Cat: A Practical Approach to the Spectrum of Care” webinar for Relief Rover, sponsored by Hill’s Pet Nutrition
  • October 10-12, 2022: Atlantic Coast Veterinary Conference (ACVC)
  • Emergency Stabilization for the General Practitioner (Tue 10/11, 4:30 pm)
  • There’s More Than One Way to Treat a Cat: A Practical Approach to the Spectrum of Care”
  • How to Provide Mentorship for Early Career Veterinarians Using the Whole Clinical Team (Wed 10/12, 2:45 pm)
  • September 14, 2022: There’s More than One Way to Treat a Cat: A Practical Approach to the Spectrum of Care, dvm360 webinar
  • August 2022, AVMA Convention (Philadelphia, PA)
  • Emergency Stabilization for the General Practitioner
  • How to Provide Mentorship for Early Career Veterinarians Using the Whole Clinical Team
  • June 2022, United Veterinary Care webinar, “Self-care Isn’t Selfish: Building Your Wellness Toolbox”
  • January 2022, Pets App Webinar has a replay link: https://petsapp.com/blog/self-care-isnt-selfish-building-your-wellness-toolbox
  • January 2022, Pets App Webinar: “Self-Care Isn’t Selfish: Building Your Wellness Toolbox” (1 hour)
  • January 2022, AVMA VLC: “ReVETilization: How to Be a Leader to Enact Positive Change” with Alyssa Mages, CVT of Empowering Veterinary Teams
  • November 2021: Hill’s @ Home Webinar: Optimizing Customer Service to Build a Stronger and More Loyal Client Base [multi-speaker virtual series, live Q&A]
  • November 2021, Pet Boarding and Daycare Expo: “How to Create a Career You’ll Love Caring for Pets and People” (Keynote Address) and “Medical Must-Knows for Boarding Staff” (Hershey, PA)
  • November 2021, Eudaimonia Conference (virtual): “It Takes a Village: A Team Approach to Supporting Early Career Veterinarians
  • September 2021, dvm360 webinar sponsored by Vetoquinol: “Substitution Permissible? A Discussion About Generics” with Lauren Forsythe PharmD, DICVP
  • August 2021, Vet on It, LLC virtual series: “Secrets of Success” (3 hours of content including Wellness Toolbox, Tales from the Trenches and Practice Pearls: ER Stabilization)
  • May 2021, dvm360 webinar sponsored by Nationwide: “Navigating the Muddy Waters of Pharmacy: Improving Communication and Reducing Errors” with Lauren Forsythe, PharmD, DICVP
  • February 2021, Fetch Virtual (pre-recorded session): “Mentorship Matters: Be a Superstar Mentor” and “Mentorship Matters: Find a Superstar Mentor” with Tannetje Crocker, DVM
  • August 2020, AVMA Virtual Convention (pre-recorded session): “Tales From the Trenches: Working Within Client Financial Limits”
  • January 2020, AVMA VLC: “Building Your Leadership Toolbox: Essential Skills for Success”
  • October 2019, Wild West Veterinary Conference: “Navigating the Muddy Waters of Pharmacy: Improving Communication and Reducing Errors” with Lauren Forsythe, PharmD, DICVP
  • January 2019, AVMA VLD: “What’s Stopping Your Ideas?” with Kristen Britton, DVM

State/Regional Conference/Webinar

  • September 15, 2023: Delaware VMA Practice Management Symposium (Dewey Beach, DE)
  • “Utilizing the Clinical Team to Improve Preventive Care Compliance”
  • Promoting Wellbeing in the Workplace”
  • March 1, 2023: “There’s More than One Way to Treat a Cat: A Practical Approach to the Spectrum of Care” webinar for Michigan VMA, 12 pm EST
  • Nov 2022, Pennsylvania VMA’s Three Rivers Symposium: Self-Care Isn’t Selfish: Building Your Wellness Toolbox (2-hour lecture)
  • May 2022, Hill’s Regional Webinar, “Self-care Isn’t Selfish: Building Your Wellness Toolbox”
  • February 2022, Music City Veterinary Conference:
  • “It Takes a Village: A Team Approach to Supporting Early Career Veterinarians”
  • “There’s More Than One Way to Treat a Cat: A Practical Approach to the Spectrum of Care”
  • “Building Your Wellness Toolbox” – 2 hour session
  • November 2021, Keystone Veterinary Conference:
  • “Navigating the Muddy Waters of Pharmacy: Improving Communication and Reducing Error”
  • “Substitution Permissible: A Discussion About Generics”
  • “There’s More Than One Way to Treat a Cat: A Practical Approach to the Spectrum of Care”
  • April 2021, Maryland VMA Spring Webinar Series: “Building Your Wellness Toolbox: Essential Skills for Success”
  • October 2020, Massachusetts VMA Fall Webinar Series: “Building Your Wellness Toolbox: Essential Skills for Success” (3-hour virtual workshop)
  • March 2020, Pennsylvania VMA THRIVE Conference: “Essential Skills for the Successful Veterinary Team” (3-hour live workshop, presented twice)
  • Part 1: Boundaries and Resiliency
  • Part 2: Communication Skills to Improve the Client Experience
  • November 2019, PVMA Three Rivers Symposium: “Navigating the Muddy Waters of Pharmacy: Improving Communication and Reducing Errors” with Lauren Forsythe, PharmD, DICVP

Veterinary Students

One of my professional goals is to speak at every U.S. veterinary school. As of the end of the Fall 2022 semester, I’ve spoken to 5 U.S. schools in-person and 9 virtually, plus 1 Caribbean and 3 international schools.

  • October 11, 2023: Kansas State University VBMA – “How to Create a Career You’ll Love”
  • February 9, 2023: “Difficult Conversations: End of Life Discussions” – Oregon State University VBMA
  • February 8, 2023: “Difficult Conversations: End of Life Discussions” – Western University VBMA
  • January 14, 2023: Roundtable Speaker on Pharmacy Collaboration – VBMA National Meetings
  • December 7, 2022:  “Can I have it all? Parenting in Vet Med” – Cornell University VBMA 
  • November 17, 2022: “There’s More Than One Way to Treat a Cat: A Practical Approach to the Spectrum of Care” – Iowa State University SAVMA
  • October 26, 2022: “Can I Have It All? Parenting in Vet Med” – The Ohio State University VBMA
  • March 23, 2022, Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine VBMA: “Difficult Conversations: End of Life Discussions”
  • April 1, 2022, St. George’s University VBMA: “There’s More Than One Way to Treat a Cat: A Practical Approach to the Spectrum of Care” (virtual)
  • January 2022, VBMA National Meeting, Virtual Round Tables: “Can I Have it All? Parenting in Veterinary Medicine”
  • November 2021, University of Glasgow SAVMA: “How to Create a Career You’ll Love” [virtual]
  • October 2021, St. George’s University VBMA: “How to Create a Career You’ll Love” [virtual]
  • October 2021, Western Region VBMA Fall Summit, “Money Talks, But It Isn’t Easy to Talk About” [virtual]
  • October 2021, Royal Veterinary College SAVMA Business Series: “Tales from the Trenches: Working Within Client Financial Limitations” [virtual]
  • September 2021, National VBMA Webinar: “Introduction to the VBMA” with Dr. Emily Tincher [virtual]
  • September 2021, Western University VBMA: “Tales from the Trenches: Working Within Client Financial Limits” for Western University VBMA Chapter [virtual]
  • April 2021, Midwestern University VBMA: “Practice Pearls: Working With Community Pharmacists” with Lauren Forsythe, Pharm D, DICVP [virtual]
  • April 2021, Texas A&M VBMA and WVLDI: “Practice Pearls: Working With Community Pharmacists” with Lauren Forsythe, PharmD, DICVP [virtual]
  • April 2021, Tuskegee University SAVMA: “Building Your Wellness Toolbox” (Kick-off lecture for SAVMA’s Week of Wellness) [virtual]
  • March 2021, Western College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Saskatchewan, sponsored by NVA: “Tales From the Trenches: Working Within Client Financial Limits” [virtual]
  • February 2021, Oregon State University VBMA, sponsored by NVA: “Tales From the Trenches: Working Within Client Financial Limits” [virtual]
  • February 2021, Oklahoma State University VBMA, sponsored by NVA: “Practice Pearls: Working With Community Pharmacists” (solo presentation) [virtual]
  • January 2021, University of Minnesota VBMA, sponsored by NVA: “Practice Pearls: Working With Community Pharmacists” (solo presentation) [virtual]
  • January 2021, VBMA National Meeting, Virtual Round Tables: “Practice Pearls: Working With Community Pharmacists” (solo presentation) [virtual]
  • January 2021, Students of the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association Symposium, sponsored by NVA: “Tales From the Trenches: Working Within Client Financial Limits” [virtual]
  • December 2020, NVA Winter Learning Series (national webinar): “Communication Skills to Make Clients Love You” [virtual]
  • December 2020, NVA Winter Learning Series (national webinar): “The Valuable Associate: Understanding Production Numbers” [virtual]
  • November 2020, University of Pennsylvania VBMA: “How to Build a Career You’ll Love” and “Building Your Wellness Toolbox” [virtual]
  • November 2020, NVA Winter Learning Series (national webinar): “How to Build a Career You’ll Love” [virtual]
  • October 2020, Mississippi State University VBMA and VOICE, sponsored by NVA: “Tales From the Trenches: Working Within Client Financial Limits” [virtual]
  • September 2020, Kansas State University VBMA, sponsored by NVA: “How to Build a Career You’ll Love” [virtual]
  • May 2020, VBMA National Webinar Series: “Building Your Wellness Toolbox” [virtual]
  • February 2020, Ohio State University VBMA, sponsored by NVA: “Tales From the Trenches: Working Within Client Financial Limits”
  • December 2019, University of Missouri VBMA, sponsored by NVA: “Tales From the Trenches: Working Within Client Financial Limits”
  • November 2019, Cornell University VBMA, sponsored by NVA: “The Valuable Associate: Understanding Production Numbers”
  • April 2019, Kansas State University VBMA: “Tales From the Trenches: Working Within Client Financial Limits”