WHAT’S OUT THERE IN SHELTER MEDICINE THIS MONTH? SHELTER METRICS, INTAKE PROCEDURES, HEARTWORM AND MORE
Shelter data – new resource:
Accurate data, appropriately presented, saves lives – by harnessing energies in the right direction and by attracting donors. Dr. Janet Scarlett, the inaugural Director of Shelter Medicine and a distinguished veterinary epidemiologist, has teamed up with Drs. Michael Greenberg and Tiva Hoshizaki to publish Every Nose Counts: Using Metrics in Animal Shelters. This is the first and only book dedicated to guiding shelters through what data to collect, how to collect it and how to present it. Every shelter should own a copy.
Webinars to watch:
Updates on Heartworm Disease Management for Animal Shelters
Canine influenza – spread and vaccination
Shelter Intake Best Practices Part 1
Shelter Intake Best Practices Part 2
DVM 360 NEW Shelter Snapshot: What to Put in That Spray Bottle
Comments are closed.