5 veterinary resources from dvm360 you may not know about

5 veterinary resources from dvm360 you may not know about

Check out this list for new offerings and new ways to see our content.
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Apr 07, 2014
By dvm360.com staff

You’ve seen our publications and website, but did you know we also create practical tools you can use to make your job easier and more efficient? Click through the pages below to see five veterinary resources dvm360.com produces that you may not have known were available.

dvm360 for iPad
Did you know? We have our own iPad app. Available from the iTunes store; dvm360 for iPad gives you everything your team needs right at your fingertips. Inside you’ll find issues of the dvm360 iPad publication—the first and only veterinary digital publication designed just for the iPad. You’ll also find modules for educating clients in the exam room on topics such as dentistry, behavior and more. The app also contains the dvm360 toolkits, information about the upcoming CVC conventions, and more. Download the dvm360 iPad app.

Digital publications
You asked; we listened! Readers of our iPad app told us how convenient it would be to read dvm360 magazine, Veterinary Medicine, Veterinary Economics and Firstline inside our app. So we’ve released digital versions of each magazine inside the dvm360 iPad app. Open your app, click the “Publications” tab, and then you’ll be able to see the available issues for each magazine. Touch to download, and then you can scroll through each page. The front cover features quick links to inside content. Any links found on the pages are clickable and will take you to the corresponding page on our site. Download the dvm360 iPad app.

Social media marketing toolkit
Each month the Veterinary Economics team writes Facebook posts and tweets that you and your veterinary team can use to educate clients about important health care issues and help encourage them to bring their pets to your clinic for the care they need. Simply copy and paste into a Facebook status update, or press a button to send a message directly to your Twitter account. The post and tweet topics range from issues like flea and tick prevention, life stages, feline care and even fun facts. To see those and more visit dvm360.com/postnow.

Client handouts
Ever wish you had an informational sheet to give clients to take home but didn’t have one made or have the time to make one? We’ve got you covered. You’ll find hundreds of handouts that can be printed and passed out to clients on a variety of topics on dvm360.com. Check out our Forms Center to find handouts covering behavior, dentistry, dermatology, diagnostics, toxicology and more.

Pinterest
dvm360 is now on Pinterest! Follow our boards to find clinical how-tos, news, handouts, infographics, veterinary humor, hospital design and more. Visit pinterest.com/dvm360 to find us. Each post will link you to the corresponding page on our site.



Are there other topics you’d like us to cover or tools you’d like us to create? We’d love to hear from you, so please let us know and email us directly at dvm360@advanstar.com.

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