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Talking about the future of vet med with Dr. Steve Boyer of Vetsie

Vet Candy Podcast

On this episode of Vet Candy IRL, Shannon Gregoire and Tatiana Rogers meet with Dr. Steve Boyer, one of the co-founders of Vetsie-  an all-in-one communication platform that helps virtually connect pet owners with veterinarians. Dr. Steve tells us all about how virtual vet visits are the future of our profession.

38mins

28 Jul 2021

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Talking about the future of vet med with Dr. Steve Boyer of Vetsie

Vet Candy IRL

On this episode of Vet Candy IRL, Shannon Gregoire and Tatiana Rogers meet with Dr. Steve Boyer, one of the co-founders of Vetsie-  an all-in-one communication platform that helps virtually connect pet owners with veterinarians. Dr. Steve tells us all about how virtual vet visits are the future of our profession.

38mins

15 Jul 2021

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Co-Founder of Vetsie Dr. Steve Boyer on Veterinary Telemedicine, Burnout and Compassion Fatigue, and Developing Multiple Revenue Streams

The Veterinary Project Podcast

This episode, we are pleased to welcome the Co-Founder of veterinary telemedicine start-up Vetsie, Dr. Steve Boyer, to the show. Dr. Boyer is a born and raised Calgarian.  He grew up with a passion for animals, and always knew he wanted to work with them.   Steve graduated from the University of Calgary Faculty of Veterinary Medicine in 2013 and jump started his career in a busy 24 hour emergency hospital in Calgary.  He worked a combination of days, evenings and overnights for a year and a half, then moved into primary care where he has been since.   Over the past few years he has developed an interest in telemedicine and in 2020, Co-Founded Vetsie, a veterinary telemedicine company.   Steve feels there is significant opportunity in the veterinary industry to utilize technology to improve the Veterinary – Client – Patient interaction.   With the current shortage of veterinarians and technicians, combined with the increase in pet ownership, there is too much pressure on the industry.  Steve hopes that with more innovation and embracing change in how we practice, more pets can get the help they need, without the burnout and stress that often comes with being a veterinary professional. In this wide-ranging conversation, Steve discusses: How the pace of being a veterinarian can be a lot to keep up with Veterinary burnout and taking on too much How working night-shifts straight out of Vet school gave Steve multiple years worth of experience within months Overcoming internal doubts around your own limitations and experience Recognizing the signs of burnout and compassion fatigue to actively do something about it  Financing the life you want to live through creating more streams of revenue outside of being a Veterinarian The genesis of starting Vetsie: A Veterinary Telemedicine Company The case for Telemedicine in the Veterinary industry High points and low points of being involved in a start-up Thank you to Dr. Boyer for joining us on the show! For more information and to see what Vetsie is all about, check them out online: www.vetsie.com Connect with Steve in the following places: steve@vetsie.com @govetsie If you liked the show and want to stay in the know, please subscribe to the podcast on the listening platform of your choosing. Want to join our community of like-minded Veterinary Professionals? Send us an email at theveterinaryprojectpodcast@gmail.com and we'll get you connected to our private Veterinary Project Facebook group. Any questions, comments, feedback, or requests for guests can also be sent to theveterinaryprojectpodcast@gmail.com. Thank you for listening and we look forward to seeing you next Wednesday for another episode of The Veterinary Project Podcast! - Jonathan Leicht, DVM and Michael Bugg, DVM

51mins

17 Mar 2021

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tspp #372- Interviews: Steve Boyer, John Zaller & Genevieve Angio-Morneau (TEA SATE) 12/3/18

The Season Pass: The Essential Theme Park Podcast

*Subscribe @ iTunes* More interviews from the TEA SATE Conference at CalArts in October, 2017. SATE is the definitive conference on Experience Design, presented by the Themed Entertainment Association (TEA). (Storytelling + Architecture + Technology = Experience.) Theme: The Future of Immersive Realities. Doug, Brent and Robert sit with the presenters/speakers from the event. This Episode includes Genevieve Angio-Morneau (Creative Director at GSM Project), Steve Boyer (Assistant Professor of Department Design at California State University, Long Beach), and John Zaller (Senior Creative Director at Imagine Exhibitions).  Enjoy. Links: TEA Connect InPark Magazine Walt Disney Birthplace  MiceChat Season Pass Closing Song - Wheels by Enuff Z’nuff on iTunes Check Out The Season Pass Podcast Website at: www.seasonpasspodcast.com Follow Us On Twitter! - www.twitter.com/theseasonpass Like the TSPP Facebook page! - www.facebook.com/theseasonpass Check Out TSPP on Instagram! - www.instagram.com/theseasonpass Contact us: doug@seasonpasspodcast.com brent@super78.com robert@robertcoker.com Call the Hotline with Park Trip Reports, Podcast Comments, or Anything else you would like to announce. –1-916-248-5524 Thanks to each one of you for listening to the show.  Your support is extremely appreciated. © 2018 Season Pass Podcast

1hr 1min

4 Dec 2018

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Steve Boyer - the Modest Mentor

the Adventure Activist

In his work as a physician, geologist, and professional mountaineer, Steve has traveled extensively on every continent. He’s participated on eight Himalayan and four polar expeditions and brought his skill as an emergency physician to K2, Annapurna, and Everest. In times of crisis, Steve has responded to Darfur and the Democratic Republic of Congo and most recently has partnered to help build schools in Afghanistan. Steve has had a remarkable life and we cover a lot of ground in this episode, challenge some notions you may have of the Taliban, and finish with some interesting reflections on preparation, opportunity, the value of embracing riskto learn more about Steve's work in Afghanistan:http://www.greenvillageschools.com/photo credit: Steve BoyerTheme Music: Broke for Free, “Night Owl"Free Music ArchiveBackground Music: Evan PhillipsCourtesy Evan Phillips. evanphillips.bandcamp.com

48mins

1 Jun 2018