4 P’s of Relief Veterinary DEA Compliance

Host: Dr. Peter Weinstein & Kelley Detweiler

60 minutes (additional 30 minutes Q&A)


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Wednesday, July 19th

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5 pm PST/8 pm EST

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Online live webinar

Get answers to your DEA questions

DEA requirements can be both confusing and overwhelming. And, as a relief veterinarian, these rules are even more difficult to navigate because the Controlled Substance Act and Code of Federal Regulations offer little to no guidance for veterinary locum tenens providers. So, how do you ensure adherence to the myriad of DEA regulatory requirements out there? This webinar is designed to address some of the primary questions and concerns relief veterinarians have when it comes to DEA-controlled substance compliance.

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dr-Peter Weinstein

Dr. Peter Weinstein

Dr. Weinstein has been involved with virtually all aspects of veterinary practice from a 15-year-old kennel kid to a hospital owner.  

Organized veterinary medicine has been his passion as well with various roles, leadership positions, and presidencies of the Southern California VMA, California VMA, and Vet Partners.

He is a published author, most notably of The E-Myth Veterinarian: Why Most Veterinary Practices Don’t Work and What to Do About It.

Currently, he teaches business and finance at the Veterinary College of Western University of Health Sciences.

He likes to think of himself as a free-thinking change agent and disruptor who, because he has a daughter in veterinary school, is working for an even better veterinary profession in the future.



Kelley Detweiler

Kelley Detweiler is a DEA and regulatory compliance expert who provides controlled substance and DEA listed chemical solutions to the veterinary, healthcare, supply chain and pharmaceutical industries operating in the public and private sectors.

She is a partner in Simple Solutions For Vets with Dr. Peter Weinstein and the coauthor of “Safeguarding Controlled Substances” published by AAHA. Kelley has spoken on international platforms including the United Nations and continues to speak and write for various industry associations, organizations and publications.

Kelley serves on the Board of Directors for Backbone Software, a supply chain management company for regulated industries based in Silicon Valley, and the New Jersey Cannabusiness Association providing regulatory guidance and advising on legislation.