A Practitioner’s Guide to Veterinary Telemedicine

Summary: The current context has forced the adoption of new ways of practicing veterinary medicine with little opportunity to train, prepare or establish best practices. In this webinar we will explore the why, the what and, importantly, the how of veterinary telemedicine. We will discuss the appropriate extent of digitalisation in the veterinary context, the essentials and the nice-to-haves in the veterinary tele-toolkit, and work through specific veterinary telemedicine case studies. All of this will be informed by key insights and best practices from the thousands of veterinary virtual care interactions that have taken place on the PetsApp platform.

Veterinary Innovation Podcast

Veterinary leaders, innovators & PIMS founders discuss the industry and where it is going.

Hosted by technology entrepreneurs Shawn Wilkie and Dr. Ivan Zakharenkov, the Veterinary Innovation Podcast features discussions with industry leaders and innovators about the challenges they’re facing and how to address them. With topics ranging from cannabis use to industry burnout, you won’t learn this in vet school.


CPD Solutions

Free Veterinary CPD is waiting for you at our Webinar Club website.

When you join as a Silver (free) member, you’ll get access to over 15 hours of quality webinars- and you don’t pay a thing! You can try out webinars, see if you like the format and whether you think they’ll help you to complete your required CPD hours in the comfort of your home, practice, or anywhere else you fancy. We also have lots of additional free webinars throughout the year, and there are some great ones coming up in April and May. 

We’ll keep you posted with how to register, and how to download your CPD certificates for your records. Free webinars are a great way to top up your veterinary CPD hours even if you can’t attend the live event, as you can always watch the recording at a later date. So click the link and head over to our Webinar Club website – your free veterinary CPD is waiting for you at www.veterinarywebinars.com