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ViVet Innovation Reflection Session: Implementing new technology

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Date: Tuesday 20th July 2021

Opening times: 12:30 -13:30

Venue: Reflection session


A series of discussion sessions that will support veterinary professionals to reflect on the changes that were made to continue to deliver animal health and welfare services during Covid-19 while identifying the areas of Innovation and how those skills can be used again to overcome challenges.

The RCVS recognises that this has been a difficult time for everyone and that members of the veterinary profession have had to adapt and become driving forces for innovation.

Join us to discuss and reflect how innovation has been used to overcome the challenges brought by Covid-19 including rapid changes in working practice, impacting service provision and interaction with animal owners.

Dr Chris Tufnell, RCVS Innovation Lead for the College, said: “We are living through a time of unprecedented change where members of the veterinary community have become the driving forces for innovation. We have been in an innovation overdrive, adapting at pace to transform the ways of working, of serving our clients and patients, and getting things done in less than ideal circumstances. So, we would like to know how, over the last five months, what kind of innovative solutions have you been developing or seen people within your organisation developing? We really want to hear from you so we can share your stories to help disseminate knowledge and ideas, and inspire others.”

Further information about this session will be available soon.

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Panel guests

  • Richard Artingstall MRCVS
  • Rachel Christopher RVN
  • Hannah Olliff-Lee RVN

Programme timings and information

12:30 - 13:30

This free to attend interactive session will be held online, via Zoom, and there are a maximum of 50 places available. This event counts towards your CPD.

These sessions offer a safe, reflective space for staff to share stories with their peers about their work and its impact on them.

  • Session lasts for 1 hour in total 
  • There is a presenting ‘panel’ of 2-4 individuals who share their experiences for 5-10 minutes
  • Facilitators then moderate a reflective discussion
  • The audience share their thoughts, ask questions, offer similar experiences
  • Opportunities to connect members about difficult or uplifting experiences in relation to adopting digital practice or innovation , to offer and to receive support, and to decrease a sense of isolation.

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Contact us

Should you have any questions relating to either of these workshops, please email the RCVS Events Team

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