Enhancing Intercultural Competency

Dr. Craig shares how to become more aware of our interactions with each other in veterinary medicine and provide good, practical tools that'll enhance our intercultural competency.

Cultural competency, diversity and inclusion are hot topics at the forefront of numerous conversations across our country today. It has long been known, diversity in veterinary medicine has been lagging behind, even though research has shown it is important to the growth of veterinary practices. We are thrilled to partner with Dr. Latonia Craig from Purdue University’s College of Veterinary Medicine to bring you this VetFuel event, Enhancing Intercultural Competency.

Purdue University’s College of Veterinary Medicine is committed to cultivating and enriching the veterinary professional experience through education and inclusive excellence. Dr. Latonia Craig, Assistant Dean for Inclusive Excellence, leads the initiatives and programs at Purdue’s College of Veterinary Medicine by embracing education and training that will prepare us with the critical skills necessary to address complex societal problems which often cross cultural boundaries. During this VetFuel event, Dr. Craig will share with us how we can become more aware of how we interact with each other and provide good, practical tools that will help to enhance our intercultural competency.

Join us for this thought-provoking presentation and thoughtful discussion in partnership with Dr. Latonia Craig and Purdue University’s College of Veterinary Medicine on this very important topic for our industry.




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