With more and more veterinary professionals looking to work flexibly, how can you make this work for you, particularly in a world that is increasingly ‘always on?’
For equine practice effective flexible working can prove even trickier, with ambulatory work making it harder to define finish times, the need to factor in travel, and clients invariably having your mobile number enabling them to contact you any time of day or night!
In Flexible working in equine practice: Making it work for you, Lucy Grieve, BEVA SVP will draw on her own experience and that gained from her time on BEVA Council, to guide you through her top tips on making flexibility work for you, to ensure an effective yet satisfying working life.
Lucy will then be joined by Shelley Cook, Little Rock Equine Vets & James Hopkins, Equicall for a session on Effective Equine Out of Hours Provision.
As we all know, managing your out of hours service and ensuring this works for your clients, your team, their wellbeing and your practice finances is never an easy task. This panel session will discuss the do’s and don’ts of an effective OOH offering and answer any questions you may have on how to implement this in your practice.
Lucy, Shelley and James are just a few of the new and exciting speakers who will be joining us at SPVS VMG Congress 2022. So why not join us in Newport 21 – 22 January at the fantastic new ICC Wales, for our engaging and informative lecture programmes, fun social events and lively exhibition hall.
We have some fantastic ticket deals including, member weekend from £325, lower income weekend from £162.50 and group weekend discounts from £210 per person!
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