Creating collaborative care through nutrition conversations

December 6, 2021

To watch:

Join us as two renowned experts in pet nutrition, Dr. Julie Churchill, DVM, PhD, DACVN, and Dr. Sarah Abood, DVM, PhD share a comprehensive overview on why having nutrition conversations with clients is important and how veterinary health care teams can include nutrition conversations in their daily clinical practice. This fun and interactive presentation promises to help give teams practical tips and tricks that these experts have learned over their careers.


  • Participants will understand that there’s a framework to each nutritional conversation: assessment, recommendation, follow‐up to evaluate & record outcome
  • Participants will review key communication skills for addressing potentially difficult nutrition conversations
  • Participants will appreciate specific scenarios to apply their communication skills to address nutrition‐related questions

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