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Pet Weight Loss Course

March 1, 2009

This six-part dvm360 training course focuses on how to make successful pet weight loss recommendations. (Not CE accredited)

Missouri Online Programs in Veterinary Biomedical Science and Technology

November 8, 2013

The University of Missouri?s College of Veterinary Medicine offers online undergraduate vet tech biomed courses that can lead to a certificate in veterinary biomedical technology, bachelor degrees, and graduate programs as well as continuing education credits.Also available online is a masters degree program for veterinarians and veterinary technicians.

Detailed 5 Part Simple and Surgical Extraction Series

November 8, 2013

Comprehensive extraction lectures and videos recorded live and now available on demand. Goes beyond the books with tips and tricks that you wont find anywhere else.

Marketing: Making an Impression

June 10, 2013

This 3-week course is designed to give you the tools you need to take an analytical look at your marketing efforts in order to make modifications where they are needed to differentiate your practice from others. (10 CE credits)

Team Meetings: Creating Productive, Positive Experiences

June 10, 2013

This 3-week course addresses the management of meetings, including the different personalities within the team and how to redirect the meeting when those personalities interfere with a positive outcome. In addition, the course provides resources, which will allow meetings to be enjoyable while still accomplishing specified meeting goals. There is a training module devoted to more advanced meetings that focus on the management and financial success of the practice including increased compliance. (10 CE credits)

Growing Your Money From the Ground Up

June 10, 2013

This 3-week course discusses the basic elements and components of the financial aspects of a veterinary hospital. The material addresses hospital revenues, fees that generate revenue, expenses, measuring performance, and monitoring benchmarks. Topics covered include standard veterinary performance measures, basic veterinary industry norms or benchmarks, the differences between active and passive incomes, cost behavior in a small animal clinic setting, common variable and fixed expenses in a small animal practice, and how to establish a good, sound financial policy. (10 CE credits)

Urinary Incontinence: When Good Dogs Leak (Sponsored by Merck Animal Health)

June 10, 2013

The course is designed to help the veterinary practice team understand the factors related to urinary incontinence. (3 CE credits)

VPI elearniing Portal (Sponsored by VPI Pet Medical Insurance)

June 10, 2013

This course provides the veterinary practice team with the opportunity to learn about pet insurance. This course explains what pet insurance is and how it works. Perhaps most importantly, it also helps to clarify what pet insurance is not designed to do. It also provides the information needed to allow a practice team to determine their recommendation protocols from a position of knowledge. (3 CE credits)

Making Dollars and Sense of Compensation and Benefits

June 10, 2013

This is a 3-week course designed to assist practice managers and administrators in creating or updating their company's employee compensation and benefits policies. Topics covered include compensation terminology, employee types and creating fair wage/salary policy for each job description, when and how to compensate employees, how to avoid employee debt to the practice, payroll options and procedures, how to implement benefit selection, government guidelines for garnishing employee wages, and what to expect before, during, and after an inspection. (10 CE credits)

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