DVM Bio Welcome to BluePearl Veterinary Partners!Your name and credentials*GenderFemaleMaleYour email (for confirmation of receipt)*Title*What service?*AcupunctureAvian & Exotic MedicineCardiologyCritical CareEmergency MedicineInternal MedicineNeurology/neurosurgeryOncologyOphthalmologyRadiology & Diagnostic ImagingRehabilitationSurgeryOtherBluePearl hospital location*Thanks in advance for helping us help you communicate better with primary care veterinarians and the public! Having an interesting biography on the BluePearl website is an important way to build your practice. Completing this form enables the marketing team to create a proper biography for you. The purpose here is to give a little insight into the human being that is attached to the DVM, so please write your responses as if you were talking to an acquaintance. One- and two-word answers are not exciting, so please respond in a sentence or two. Visit the website at bluepearlvet.com to see samples of doctors’ bios. Two good examples that communicate expertise and were written to help build the specialists’ practices are those of Paige Evans, DVM, DACVO, in the New York ophthalmology service and Mike Reems, DVM, DACVS, in the Florida surgery service. Why did you become a veterinarian? If there was a specific moment or event that influenced your decision, please describe it. Veterinary work experience (not volunteer). This can be in general terms, e.g. 5 years in general practice, 4 year as an associate professor the University of Tennessee Veterinary School, etc. In your specialty, what keeps you interested day after day, or what is on the horizon that excites you? How do you help ease the concerns of an upset client? Describe a patient or case that especially moved you or taught you something meaningful. How do you collaborate with the primary care veterinarian? Describe a rewarding experience you had with a primary care veterinarian. Why did you choose this area of veterinary medicine/this specialty? What particular procedures, disorders, conditions or treatments do you especially enjoy and/or find gratifying to address. Education Information in this section of your bio will come from your CV. If you have not submitted your CV, you may attach it here.Select publications: We will include up to five of your publications, if desired. You may enter the information here or refer us to your CV. Please indicate if you have a preference on the five to include in the bio. (They must be published.) If you do not have a CV, please include here a complete listing of your education. It should be in this format: Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Surgeons Residency, Surgery, Flint Animal Cancer Center at Colorado State University, Fort Collins Master of Science, Colorado State University, Fort Collins Internship, Surgery, Gulf Coast Veterinary Specialists, Houston TX Internship, Small Animal Medicine & Surgery, The Animal Medical Center, New York City Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, University of Florida, Gainesville Bachelor of Arts, English, Davidson College, Davidson NC Volunteer work, veterinary Volunteer work, other Hobbies, pastimes Pets (may include breeds, names, quirks) Family info – only if you want to include this. Immediate family members (spouse, kids only) may be referenced, but not by name. > Please feel free to notify us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you add to your family (people or pets) or situation changes so your bio can be updated. The ages of pets and/or children are not included because these tidbits require updating regularly.Other stuff of interest about your life outside of work Please contact the marketing team at email@example.com if you have any questions.