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Money CE

“Money is not a four letter word” – OPEN TO YOUR ENTIRE TEAM

By:  Karen Stasiak, DVM – Zoetis

Date:  Thursday, November 2nd

Time:  6:oo p..m. registration and dinner; lecture starts at 7:00 p.m.

Location:  Columbia Station, Phoenixville, PA

Financial concerns are one of the most common and uncomfortable conversations in a veterinary setting. Designed to help your team have productive exchanges with clients, the lecture will cover topics such as: how to talk about finances; useful communication techniques; psychology of decision making; DISC/EQ assessment; and teamwork and conflict resolution.

Approved 2 RACE CE credits

About the speaker:
Dr. Karen Stasiak is the Regional Strategic Veterinarian with Zoetis. She provides support to large specialty hospitals and Colleges of Veterinary Medicine in the East region. Dr. Stasiak joined Zoetis in 2014 as the Professional Services Veterinarian covering SE Texas and Louisiana. She earned her DVM degree from the Ohio State University in 2001 and a Master’s degree in Nursing from the University of Cincinnati in 1994. Prior to joining with Zoetis, she was in private practice for 13 years, owning a mixed animal practice in Colorado.  She received additional training in Comparative Animal Medicine and worked in laboratory animal medicine at National Jewish Medical Center in Denver as part of her private practice career.  She is also a neonatal nurse practitioner and has worked in the newborn intensive care unit for 20 years. She enjoys volunteering for the Can-Am Sled Dog Race as a trail veterinarian. Her hobbies include travel, playing the harp, oil painting and scuba diving.

For questions or to RSVP please contact Sarah Spurgeon at 610-666-1050 or email events@metro-vet.com

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