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What is EmotionalCPR and why do Veterinarians need eCPR training? Watch the video at right to learn more about eCPR with Dr. Daniel Fisher, and see my interview above about eCPR and why the Veterinary industry needs this education.
I am available for eCPR sessions, articles, and more. Please reach out of you have any questions or would like to learn more. Together we can make a change for veterinary professionals everywhere.
eCPR is going VIRTUAL! eCPR Trainings are now offered over 12-hour sessions divided across 3-4 days, with two trainers and groups limited to ten participants, meeting together in a ZOOM format. See upcoming training dates on the events calendar, and sign up via EventBrite registration.
WeCPR groups are also now forming! Drop-in sessions meeting for 1-2 hours, 1-2 times per week. A chance to practice active listening, meet with your peers, and be heard. Donation-based.
eCPR Intro Classes and Full Trainings are currently being offered. Email me or search Eventbrite for dates and registration.
Free- Two Hour Intro Courses:
Thursday April 9, 2020 - completed
Saturday April 11, 2020 - completed
Thursday April 16, 2020 - completed
Saturday April 25, 2020 - Open Reg.
Full Training: coming soon, date TBD
Click forward to minute 29:00 to hear an interview with me and Debbie Louks of Horse Radio Network on eCPR and the equine veterinarian!
Additional articles on eCPR and the Veterinary Profession