“Pets are more than just cute and cuddly – new research shows they can actually make us healthier.” – thepeteffect.org
Research shows that pet ownership can lower blood pressure, reduce stress, decrease anxiety and depression, and so much more. That’s not news. But how can the data help the health of your veterinary practice? THIS is news. Come find out at CVC, where we’re pleased to offer programming coordinated by the Human-Animal Bond Research Institute (HABRI)* at all 3 CVC locations.
In 5 sessions, you’ll learn the science behind the data, how it impacts human health, and how to put the human-animal bond to work for your clients and your practice. Get real world suggestions and tips in a panel discussion that will help bring a ‘bond centric’ culture into your practice.
All of this – and so much more – is part of CVC’s commitment to deliver exceptional veterinary continuing education that is all about you and the work you do.
*Brought to you by The CVC in collaboration with the Human-Animal Bond Research Institute, with support from Zoetis.
|Friday, August 25, 2017||1:45 - 2:45 PM||Lecture||Human-Animal Bond: A Prescription for Practice Well-Being||Dr. J. Holzhauer and Dr. R. Johnson||Healthy owner-pet interactions: Strategies to facilitate the human-animal bond in your practice and community
|Friday, August 25, 2017||12:30 - 1:30 PM||Lecture||Human-Animal Bond: A Prescription for Practice Well-Being||S. Feldman and Dr. R. Johnson||Pets — an essential element of human health: Research and how the results impact daily practice|
|Friday, August 25, 2017||3:00 - 4:00 PM||Lecture||Human-Animal Bond: A Prescription for Practice Well-Being||Dr. J. Holzhauer||The pet effect: Building a bond-centric culture in your practice
|Friday, August 25, 2017||4:15 - 5:15 PM||Lecture||Human-Animal Bond: A Prescription for Practice Well-Being||Dr. L. Goodman and Dr. Holzhauer||Bond-centered practice: Tools and techniques to champion the human-animal bond
|Friday, August 25, 2017||5:30 - 6:30 PM||Lecture||Human-Animal Bond: A Prescription for Practice Well-Being||S. Feldman, Dr. L. Goodman, Dr. J. Holzhauer, and Dr. R. Johnson||Prescribing the bond: The effects on practice health