‘Protecting You and Your Practice’ Presentation at 2014 AAEP Convention

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On behalf of AAEP Partner Active Interest Media (publisher of EQUUS and EquiManagement), AVMA PLIT Trust Veterinarian Nina Mouledous will offer you insights into “Protecting You and Your Practice” during the 60th AAEP Convention in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Dr. Nina Mouledous will present at the 2014 AAEP Convention on "Protecting You and Your Practice" on Sunday, Dec. 7.

Dr. Nina Mouledous will present at the 2014 AAEP Convention on "Protecting You and Your Practice" on Sunday, Dec. 7.

This live presentation and discussion on Sunday, Dec. 7, is geared toward helping you head off liability problems, whether you are a solo ambulatory practitioner, part of a group practice, owner of an equine hospital, a veterinarian at a university, a vet tech, office manager or office staff in a veterinary practice.

In her presentation, Mouledous will focus on:

  • Risk management for the equine practitioner, including real claim examples of malpractice allegations
  • Worker’s compensation
  • Allegations of wrongful termination of an employee
  • Damage to property and expensive equipment
  • Injury or death of horses in their care custody and control, and
  • Claims associated with non-employee human injuries during a veterinary experience and on practice property

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from real-life situations faced by veterinarians just like you!

When: Sunday Dec. 7, 6:30-7:45 a.m.

Where: Room 150DEF

Who: Nina Mouledous, DVM, AVMA PLIT Trust Veterinarian

Note: A light breakfast will be served

About Dr. Mouledous

Nina Mouledous, DVM, joined the PLIT as a Trust Veterinarian in June of 2008. In her role, Mouledous speaks to AVMA members insured through the PLIT-sponsored programs, answering questions related to malpractice allegations and practice situations. She reviews professional liability claims, assists in the defense by identifying experts and appraisers, and advises the insurance broker and underwriters about new developments in veterinary medicine. Additionally, Mouledous visits several colleges of veterinary medicine in the United States annually, represents the PLIT at various veterinary conventions and speaking engagements each year, and contributes to PLIT publications.

Mouledous is a 1985 graduate of Louisiana State University, School of Veterinary Medicine. Born and raised in New Orleans, Mouledous secured her first job as an associate veterinarian at a unique small animal, exotic and equine practice in the French Quarter. In 1989 she relocated to Chicago and started her equine practice. Mouledous was the owner and sole practitioner of Equine Veterinary Services, Ltd., for 19 years, a mobile practice that specialized in Thoroughbred racehorses at Hawthorne Race Course (Chicago, Illinois) and Arlington Park (Arlington Heights, Illinois). During her career, she served as a consulting veterinarian for the Illinois Thoroughbred Breeders and Owners Foundation as well as a board member for the Horsemen’s Benevolent and Protection Association.

AVMA PLIT Trust

For more information on Professional Liability and Business Insurance Solutions for the Equine Practitioner visit http://www.avmaplit.com/.

About EquiManagement

Started in 2009, EquiManagement is the only magazine and website developed to focus only on the business of equine veterinary medicine. EquiManagement is owned by Active Interest Media (AIM), which has the largest network of equine publications and websites in the industry. EquiManagement publishes a free quarterly magazine that goes to all members of the AAEP and AAEVT, plus veterinarian non-members. A free subscription is available to any veterinarian who requests one by contacting KBrown@aimmedia.com.

EquiManagement.com is a destination resource website designed to assist equine veterinarians and those in veterinary practices who are involved in providing services or managing business. Regularly updated content is designed to address the unique and not-so-unique business and management issues facing the equine veterinary professional.