11 June 2020 19:30 - 11 June 2020 21:30
Communication: Dealing with bereaved clients
The Punch Bowl Inn, Ludlow Road, Bridgnorth Shropshire, WV16 5NQ
Bereavement training is an important requirement of the RCVS Practice Standards Scheme, and communicating with clients about end-of-life care and euthanasia is perhaps one of the most challenging tasks we face on a daily basis in the veterinary profession. Jo Tarling from the Pet Bereavement Support Service, a specialist division of the Blue Cross, will provide a bespoke training session on how best to communicate with clients when discussing euthanasia or the grievance of a pet, in order to ensure a strong client bond is maintained. We will discuss how to approach the difficult conversation regarding euthanasia, how to show empathy and compassion, and how to make the whole process as smooth and peaceful as possible for both the pets and their owners involved.
This training session offers vets the opportunity to develop their communication skills and improve client relations during critical end-of-life care and decision making. Euthanasia is a difficult and sensitive topic to discuss, yet a conversation we frequently have, and few of us get any formal training on how to show empathy and compassion. This session will hopefully make euthanasia a less traumatic experience for both for the client and the vet, which will hopefully encourage clients to return in the future.
Pet Bereavement Support Services
Intended for the whole practice team
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