Telemedicine in Private Practice | Watch on Demand

Key Learning Objective:

In this session you will:

  • Understand why is it beneficial to provide veterinary telemedicine
  • Learn about the types of telemedicine
  • Get tips for implementation into practice

Session Summary Veterinary telemedicine goes beyond the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disease from afar. Veterinary teams have varying perspectives of the impact it could have on their day to day and how it could ultimately end up benefiting patients.

Dr Shawna Garner is a passionate telemedicine advocate and leading expert on the topic. Whether remote consultations or empowering teams to work remotely when needed.

About Dr. Shawna Garner

Dr. Shawna Garner is a 2001 graduate of Ross University. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Life Sciences and a Master’s in Microbiology from Indiana State University.

After graduating veterinary school she worked in Indianapolis, IN where she did 2 years in general practice and 5 years as an ER clinician before returning to her home town (Marshall, IL) to open her own private practice. In 2017 Dr. Garner began her career in Telehealth and is considered an industry expert in the field.

Dr. Garner is a member of the AVMA, VVCA, IVPA (Independent Veterinary Practitioners Association), Human Animal Bond Association and The Association for Animal Welfare Advancement.

In her spare time Dr. Garner enjoys spending time with her family which includes her two sons, husband, 4 dogs, 3 cats, 2 turtles, 16 rabbits, 26 chickens and 5 turkeys.

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