In One Door and Out the Other: Practical
Flow-Through Planning for Shelters
Flow-through planning is a systems approach to managing shelter populations so as to move animals efficiently through the shelter. Dr. Elizabeth Berliner will review practical strategies by which shelters can strive to reduce their average length of stay -- which in turn can lower daily inventory and incidence of disease, while improving the quality of care. Topics will include daily rounds, pathway planning, intake procedures, and medical management strategies.