Sunday, March 24, 2024 11am-3pm Eastern

Veterinary teams want to feel more comfortable discussing death with clients.  They want to minimize the wrong words and maximize the right ones.  Saying the right thing during an emotional time makes everyone feel better, and improves trust between client and staff.  Whether it’s reception, the medical team, or management, effective communication before, during and after death becomes effortless with the right training.  Join the Companion Animal Euthanasia Training Academy (CAETA) for this amazing workshop designed to turn all staff members into confident, skilled end-of-life communicators. Open to all veterinary and animal sheltering professionals. 
Pending Approval for 4 hours of CE for licensed veterinary professionals.

RECORDING WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE AND VIEWING FOR 30 DAYS POST-EVENT

*Please note, that in order to receive CE credit and your certificate of completion, you will be required to take and pass a short quiz.
 

Course curriculum

    1. Agenda and Resource Blogs

      FREE PREVIEW
    2. Workshop Proceedings

    3. EOL Communication Workshop Zoom Link

    4. Workshop Quiz

    5. Workshop Survey

About this course

  • $120.00
  • 5 lessons
  • 0 hours of video content

Instructor(s)

DVM, MS, CHPV, CCFP Kathleen Cooney

Kathleen Cooney has been practicing advanced end-of-life care since 2006. She is well-known for her work in companion animal euthanasia and has authored two books on the subject. Dr. Cooney has collaborated in euthanasia training for the AVMA, AAHA, IAAHPC, HABRI, the Fear Free program, and is founder and Director of Education for the Companion Animal Euthanasia Training Academy. The core certificate program is Dr. Cooney's design and is based around the 14 Essential Components of Companion Animal Euthanasia. She is a strong advocate for best practices in all aspects of end-of-life care and speaks nationally and internationally on such topics. Dr. Cooney is also the founder of Cooney Animal Hospice Consulting and past President of the International Association for Animal Hospice and Palliative Care (IAAHPC) and remains active in their organization, including design of their Animal Hospice and Palliative Care Certification Program, launched in 2016. As of 2020, Dr. Cooney is working on becoming boarded in Animal Welfare through the American College of Animal Welfare.