2017 AVA National Conference - Recording Package


What's included?: Presentations by Dr Andy Roark & Professor Chris Baggoley 

Price: $75.00


If you couldn’t get to AVA’s National Conference, but wanted to hear some of the Plenary sessions or want your staff to, we have recorded some of the plenaries for you.

    

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Sharpening the Axe with Dr Andy Roark 

During this session Andy Roark will motivate us to commit to our passion for veterinary science, to connect with our clients and to communicate more effectively with co-workers, peers and clients. 

Andy is a practising veterinarian, international speaker, author and media personality.  He is the founder of both the Uncharted Veterinary Conference and DrAndyRoark.com and he has a successful online training course for veterinarians and veterinary teams.  Andy reaches millions of people every month through various social media channels and he was voted twice as the Practice Management Speaker of the Year at the North American Veterinary Community Conference, one of the world’s largest veterinary conferences.

A personal perspective from a veterinary graduate with Professor Chris Baggoley 

Chris is the executive director of medical services for the Southern Adelaide Local Health Network.  Prior to this, he was the chief medical officer for the Australian Government.  Chris graduated BVSc (Hons) from the University of Melbourne in 1973 and completed his BMBS at Flinders University in 1980.  He was the director of emergency medicine at Flinders Medical Centre and professor/director of emergency medicine at the Royal Adelaide Hospital.

Dr Tony Fernando (Presentation only) 

Tony is a consultant psychiatrist and senior lecturer in psychological medicine at the University of Auckland.  He graduated from the University of the Philippines and completed his psychiatry residency and sleep fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania.  Tony has published in international journals and in 2015 he received the New Zealand Medical Association’s highest award, the Chair’s award.  He plays the cello, is a cheap-eats foodie and competes in ocean races.



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