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SMALL ANIMAL--NUESTROS MÓDULOS

4 modules, 10 hours each

AAVSB RACE-certified


This  course, made for small animal general practitioners, consists of 4 modules that build on each other. Each module is a 10 hour block that focuses on learning practical veterinary vocabulary and essential communication with your clients. The schedule is flexible to allow you to take this class after hours or on weekends. All you need is an hour per class!

For specialty clinics, large/mixed animal, exotics or spay/neuter trips, click here.

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MODULE 1

PRIMERA CONSULTA & SINTOMAS Y SIGNOS CLÍNICOS

FIRST CONSULTATION & CLINICAL SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS

This module covers the initial greetings and basic Q&A of when a client brings in a new pet as well as external anatomy, general signs and symptoms. There is relevant vocabulary with an emphasis on speaking and listening.

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MODULE 2

ENFERMEDADES, ANATOMIA Y HERRAMIENTAS DIAGNOSTICAS

DISEASES, ANATOMY AND DIAGNOSTIC TOOLS

This module dives deeper into the vocabulary such as internal anatomy and to be able to discuss diseases and body systems. You can also discuss diagnostic tools options and what they mean.

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MODULE 3

RECETAS & INSTRUCCIONES

PRESCRIPTIONS & INSTRUCTIONS

This module covers the vocabulary to be able to give specific instructions to your clients regarding prescriptions, home care as well as post-operative issues that may come up. You’ll be building on all of the other vocabulary and knowledge throughout.

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MODULE 4

FINANZAS Y FACTURACIÓN & REVISIÓN PERSONALIZADO

FINANCE AND BILLING & PERSONALIZED REVIEW

This last module covers vocabulary and concepts to be able to discuss billing and finance options with your Spanish-speaking clients. This module will also be a review of everything learned so far. At the end, there will be a chance to add specific things that may not have been covered in the class, for example specializations, procedures or different species.

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