Increasing access to veterinary care
This is an archived session from 2020.
There is little doubt that way too many pets in loving homes do not have adequate access to veterinary care. There are major economic and geographic barriers preventing access to veterinarians for a large segment of pet owners. In this informative session, learn what is creating the issue, best practices in building and sustaining programs to increase access, and how veterinarians and other service providers can take action to provide the resources wanted and needed in underserved communities.
This program has been approved for .5 hours of continuing education credit for both veterinarians and veterinary technicians in jurisdictions which recognize RACE approval.
- Aimee Christian, MA, MEd | Vice President of Animal Welfare and Veterinary Services, Animal Rescue League of Boston
- David Haworth, DVM, PhD | Founder and CEO, Institute for Pets and Society
to Reaching Underserved Communities Standard