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RLRI SOUTHWEST 2019: STUDENTS

Speaker Notes and Presentations

COMPASSION FATIGUE

Article • January 19, 2019 • Dr. Gregory K. Ogilvie + Anthony S. Moore

Compassion fatigue is perhaps the greatest threat to the health and happiness of any member of the veterinary health care team.

DEVELOPING RELATIONSHIPS

Speaker Notes • January 19, 2019 • Dr. Debbie Spencer, DVM

In order to share our faith with someone, we must have a relationship with them. Dr. Spencer, shares some of her experiences from almost 30 years of management to give you ideas and tools to start building solid relationships and sharing the love of Christ in your work environments.

HOPE: THE GREATEST SUPERPOWER OF HEALERS

Speaker Notes • January 19, 2019 • Dr. Gregory Ogilvie, DVM

The ability to instill hope in times of health and wellness, as well as in the darkest hours of despair is the secret weapon of the most effective healers. This comprehensive, selfless approach is one reason why veterinarians and other members of the veterinary health care team are considered the most respected of all professionals.

HOPE: THE GREATEST SUPERPOWER OF HEALERS

Powerpoint Slides • January 19, 2019 • Dr. Gregory Ogilvie, DVM

HOPE TO BRING TRUE HEALING TO LIFE, DYING AND DEATH

Powerpoint Slides • January 19, 2019 • Dr. Gregory Ogilvie, DVM

LIVING OUT YOUR FAITH IN PRACTICE

Powerpoint Presentation • January 19, 2019 • Dr. Kent Livermore, DVM

PET LOSS AND BEREAVEMENT

Article • January 19, 2019 • Dr. Gregory K. Ogilvie + Anthony S. Moore

The wisest veterinary health care teams often bring up the topic of euthanasia and the inevitable process of grieving and bereavement with their clients before they are imminent.For obvious reasons, this is a key part of preparing clients for this very important event.

USING HOPE TO BRING HEALING

Article • January 19, 2019 • Dr. Gregory Ogilvie, DVM

Clients arrive at our clinics and hospitals frightened about the possible loss of their pet’s life to the disease that threatens their pet. Some consider cancer, heart disease, kidney insufficiency and diabetes is in effect a death sentence. Sadly, many members of the veterinary healthcare team, including some clinicians and nurses, believe that many diseases requiring advanced care is a one-way trip to death. In reality, that is just not true. In short, each and every patient can and should be helped.

WHAT IS GOD SAYING TO YOU?

Speaker Notes • January 19, 2019 • Dr. Jennifer Tutko-Anderson