Lotte Davies started InsightPraxis in 2011.
The aim of InsightPraxis is to provide insight and inspiration for veterinarians and dentists, as well as companies and suppliers working in this sector.
Focus on communication and how to improve the interaction between clients, practices and suppliers is key to the InsightPraxis concept which is inspired by ideas and innovation from home and abroad and adapted to Scandinavian mindset and culture.
We now have the evidence and background knowledge required to show that a work culture, focusing on client communication and with special attention to the client experience at the clinic, is crucial for best possible success in small animal veterinary practice.
Three key areas of expertise
Lectures and workshops for dog owners - find out what you can do to keep your dog healthy: Each individual dog owner can in many ways contribute to optimal health and life quality for their dog. If you want to know more about dogs generally and you specifically want to know what you can do to give your own dog the best odds for a long and healthy life, then please read on. I would like to help.
Vets in small animal practice: We now have the evidence and background knowledge required to show that a work culture, focusing on client communication and with special attention to the client experience at the clinic, is crucial for success in small animal veterinary practice. Specific focus on preventative health care as well as strong and lasting client relationships are fundamental for long-term success.
Suppliers to veterinary clinics: It is absolutely crucial that the message is tailored to the end user. For products sold by vets to their clients, the supplier has to provide not only excellent technical data, but also the necessary tools, so the clinic team clearly can communicate product benefits to the client. This is a prerequisite for optimal product success – no matter how good the products are.
Lotte Davies DVM (Doctor of Veterinary Medicine), University of Saskatchewan, Canada, 1984. Also authorized in the UK (1984), US (1984) and Denmark (2001). A solid background in practice, both in Canada and England. Many years work experience in Denmark, first at KRUUSE 1994-2005 and then Hill's 2006-2011.
Comprehensive CPD: Psychology Courses at University level. Diploma, North American Veterinary Postgraduate Institute. Danish board certified veterinary practitioner, diseases of dogs and cats, 2006. Marketing Research Society "Qualitative Research" training. NLP, Leadership Academy Lillebælt. Participation in international conferences focusing on leadership, communication, internal medicine, nutrition and behaviour.
Lecturer at WSAVA (World Small Animal Veterinary Association) Congress in Sydney, Australia, VETNNET (Veterinary European Transnational Network for Nursing Education and Training) conference in Paris and at many courses for veterinarians, veterinary students and veterinary nurses in Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Iceland, Finland and the UK.
Author of many articles for pet owners, primarily concerning nutrition of dogs and cats, as well as owner involvement in pet health care management.