Here’s what’s coming to The Bridge Club!
Bridge Club community topics are chosen to support professional and personal development while inspiring a stronger, more collaborative industry. Although we do hope you will join us as a virtual or All Access member, registration for virtual events is absolutely free!
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Where are all of the pets going (if not to your practice?) Wednesday, February 26, 7:00 pm CT
Data suggests pet ownership is growing, but traditional veterinary practice numbers aren’t.. So where are people taking their pets for care?
Join Bridge Club founders Brenda Andresen and Catherine Haskins and Bridgers from across the country to review current data, talk about what you see in your area, and share ideas to bring more pet owners through your doors.
Building a Community: Lead Well With Women Tuesday, March 3, 7:00 pm CT
To kick off, Mindful March, The Bridge Club and Wellhaven Pet Health are taking a conversational journey with the leaders who are building Lead Well With Women. Join us along with Dr. Mary Luebbers and Dr. Jen Bruns to discover the community they are building to inspire leaders and collaboration.
The Bridge Club would like to thank Wellhaven Pet Health for their support of this conversation.
The State of Diversity in Veterinary Medicine, Tuesday, March 10, 7:00 pm CT
Join us for a candid review of the population demographics of students entering the profession, pet owners as well as the entire U.S. population. What does diversity actually look like? What is feasible for the profession? And what progress are we making? Join us to hear Andrew T. Maccabe, DVM, MPH, Chief Executive Officer of the Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges, provide insight into the current statistics.
The Bridge Club would like to thank Nationwide for their support of this conversation.
Mindful Medicine with Dr. Dave Nicol Tuesday, March 17, 11:00 am CT
Popular veterinary thought leader and speaker Dr. Dave Nicol brings his special combination of humor, sensitivity, and bold thinking to the Bridge Club on St. Patty’s Day. Prepare to be inspired and challenged in this conversation about thinking outside the traditional to benefit your veterinary team and your patients.
DETAILS FOR THESE CONVERSATIONS WILL BE POSTED SOON
Gentle Leadership, hosted by Kamie McHenry Eckert, Royal Canin USA President and General Manager
Maximum utilization: Veterinary Technicians Around the World
Diversity in the Profession
Connected Care for Cats