Leadership and Communication for Veterinary Nurses

July 2019 by Michelle Albino, LVT, VTS (Anesthesia/Analgesia), Senior Manager of Training, ASPCA Animal Hospital

Audience: Executive Leadership, Shelter/Rescue Staff & Volunteers, Veterinary Team

Video Length: 30:51

This workshop describes leadership for nurses in the veterinary field. Explore ways to increase professional growth and get the most out of your veterinary career, including transitioning into management, how to successfully lead your team, and how to communicate effectively. Learn how to understand the social styles of your team and communicate via the situation, behavior, impact model. This presentation was recorded at the 2019 ASPCA Maddie's® Cornell Shelter Medicine Conference.

About Michelle Albino, LVT, VTS

Born and raised in New York, Michelle attended SUNY Delhi for her veterinary education, and graduated in May 2003. From 2004 - 2015, she was employed full time at the Animal Medical Center in Manhattan in the anesthesia and emergency departments. She has served as team leader of the anesthesia department and overseen anesthesia training and education for 5 years at the Animal Medical Center. Michelle worked alongside Dr. William Muir, gathering data for his study in fluid responsiveness via the masimo PVI for patients undergoing general anesthesia.

She became board certified in anesthesia/analgesia in the fall of 2012, and started her own business www.vetanesthesiatraining.com where she visits hospitals to help improve staff knowledge on anesthesia and pain management, offering lectures, labs, and hands-on supervision and training. Michelle currently is employed at the ASPCA animal hospital in NY, NY as senior manager of training and education. At the ASPCA, she manages the surgery department, provides in-house continuing education, creates and updates medical SOPs, provides anesthesia and pain management consults, and provides anesthesia consulting/training for ASPCA departments outside of the animal hospital.


 

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