The EquiManagement magazine November-December issue will be delivered to you before the AAEP Convention in San Antonio, Texas, but we wanted to make sure you had plenty of time to read articles before you left for the meeting.
In the Publisher’s Points column on page 4, you will find tips on getting the most out of your AAEP Convention trip.
Zach Loppnow, DVM, discusses the pros and cons of giving out your personal phone number to clients in his New Vet column on page 8.
Quality of Life: Battling Burnout on page 10 is a topic that many veterinarians or their colleagues face. This content is brought to you by Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health. A longer version of that article can be found online here.
The Keeping Up (medical/research) column on page 12 covered topics on Hindgut Microbiome, PPID and the Immune System, Skin Allergy Testing and Retained Fetal Membranes.
Because many AAEP members, student members and AAEVT members will be attending the AAEP Convention in San Antonio, Texas, in mid-November, we featured an article on Making the Most of Industry Events on page 18. There are tips in here for seasoned conference goers and newbies.
There are some interesting facts and figures behind this industry, and we delve into them in Who Are Today’s Equine Vets? You can find this article on page 38.
In part five of our Strategic Analysis & Planning Series we discuss Internal Analysis. Learning who you are, what you do well and what you don’t do well can give you an advantage over your competitors. Learn more on page 46.
In Toasty Toes we give you some ideas and products to keep your toes toasty and dry this winter. See more on page 54.
Relationship-Centered Client Interactions can allow you to reduce stress by creating effective relationships with your clients. Learn more on page 58.
In the AAEP Resources section, you will find information from our advertising partners who are exhibiting at the San Antonio AAEP Convention. See their listings on page 61.