International Conference “Evidence Based Communication” – Florence, 15-17 December 2022
The scientific bases of Clinical Communication in Veterinary Medicine
The international conference organized by the Veterinary College of Florence and Prato returns this year with a program of great appeal and exceptional scientific quality.
Four international speakers will take us “for a walk” through the world of medical communication and will do so by describing, explaining and analyzing the most widely used communication method in the world both in Human Medicine and in Veterinary Medicine, the Calgary-Cambridge Communication Model.
Validated by millions of consultations carried out according to this method and backed by evidence-based research, this approach to the Communication Sciences sets the bar for the medical world.
The Conference aims to introduce the Calgary-Cambridge Communication Model and provide attendees with practice-ready tools that can be put into use immediately to reduce communication breakdowns, avoid misunderstandings with pet parents and to offer a better communication experience for the entire veterinary team.
Patient outcomes are improved when the veterinarian-clientpatient relationship is strong. Strength is achieved through deliberate attention to creating and maintaining partnership as well as engaging in shared decisionmaking. This Conference includes theoretical masterclasses, role-plays with professional actors and round tables with the world’s greatest medical communication experts.
We look forward to seeing you in attendance in Florence or live online streaming!
To register for the Conference, click on the following link
will take you to the web page where you can choose the type of registration and choose the payment methods
Live Euros 200.00
Allows you to participate live to the whole conference,
coffee breaks and lunches included
Grand Hotel Mediterraneo
Lungarno del Tempio 44
tel. +39 055 660241
Online Euros 90.00
Online attendance to the whole conference,
simultaneous translation included
For all other information read the attached poster: