Annual State Meeting: Veterinary Law Symposium 5/2/09
02 May 2009
Buttes Tempe Resort 2000 Westcourt Way Tempe, AZ 85282
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5/1/09 Online registration for this event has been deactivated because AzVMA staff will not have access to new online registrations. Faxed registrations received by 12:00 noon on Friday, 5/1, will be processed with no additional surcharge.
After 12:00 noon on Friday, 5/1, all new registrations will need to be at-the-door. Please be aware a $25 surcharge applies.
Veterinary Law Symposium and Annual Awards/Inauguration Luncheon
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Preventative Medicine—Veterinary Risk Management
Speaker: Douglas C. Jack, Attorney at Law
What every veterinarian and key staff person should know… The changing face of veterinary medicine should give every veterinarianpause. With the emergence of a veterinary law discipline,and the movement to view animals as an important part of thefamily, veterinarians are coming under increased scrutiny fromclients, regulatory boards and the public in general. This opens veterinariansand their staff to increased exposure to the risk of legalliability. Have you and your staff developed an awareness of theserisks? Do you have strategies to keep you out of legal trouble?
Approved by the Arizona Academy of Veterinary Practice for 6 CE credit hours
Douglas Jack is a lawyer with his own practice in Fergus, Ontario Canada, practicing primarily in the area of business law and malpractice defense as it relates to the veterinary profession. He is a founding and charter member of the American Veterinary Medical Law Association and is the only Canadian to have served as its president. He has written books and articles, including a monthly column for Veterinary Practice News. Mr. Jack’s speaking engagements have taken him to veterinary groups throughout North America, Europe and Africa, where he has lectured in the area of the legal aspects of veterinary practice management. He is a member of numerous professional organizations and is cooperating in the development of curriculum on veterinary jurisprudence for the College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Calgary.
This symposium is designed to give you the tools to managerisk in your practice.
You will learn: • How to identify legal issues • Become knowledgeable about avoidance strategies • Become familiar with statutory compliance • Develop confidence in developing strategies • Take away practical tips for preventative management
Join us for lunch to honor your colleagues during the Distinction of Professionalism Awards presentations and witness the installation of new officers of the AzVMA and Veterinary Health Care Team of Arizona.
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Informed Consent to Treatment
Effective Medical Records Management
Accounts Receivable, Veterinary Liens, and Abandoned Animals
Legal Consequences for Ethical Breaches
Drafting Hospital Policies
Responding to Licensing Board Investigations
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