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Becky is the Founder & CEO at mini mammoth. She addresses topics ranging from studying for the NAVLE® and writing quality medical records to how to think about business opportunities in vet medicine.
Intended audience: veterinary students and graduates studying for the NAVLE® board exam.
I describe how to focus your time on the right things, while studying holistically for the exam using the Next 10 Hours strategy. The talk is followed by a challenge to study (at least) 10 hours in the next 10 days.
This talk can be delivered live to a group, or watched as a self-paced recorded video by individuals. Learn more about the NAVLE® Study Challenge.
Intended audience: veterinary students, new grads, and anyone looking for new ways to optimize their medical records.
Writing good medical records enables quality care for your patients whether under your care or down the road with a future clinician.
But, what I have learned as both a hyper-organized clinician and former product manager of software medical records, is that there is more to writing good medical records than including all the information and using rich text like highlighting and bold.
In this talk, I describe what I believe makes for the best medical records and how to achieve them, so that they communicate clearly to everyone involved, keep you on track, and help you think clearly even when your mind feels like a scrambled egg.
Intended audience: veterinary students.
When I was a vet student, I had major misconceptions about what business really meant in the world of vet medicine. I equated it with practice ownership, but because I wasn't even heading into client-facing medicine, I didn't think it was relevant (or interesting) to me.
It wasn't until I started working in product management that I started to realize my interest and passion for business after all. Once I started thinking of business as more than just "engaging in commerce" but as solving problems (that someone will pay for), it helped me get excited about it and expand my imagination to greater business opportunities in vet medicine.
In this talk, I outline how students can think about business opportunites in vet med, including how they can use their personal strengths and interests to solve problems for people in a specific market, the basics of starting and running a business, and how to define success.
To request a talk, please click the link below or email firstname.lastname@example.org and I will get back to you as soon as possible. Thank you!
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