November 11-12
Practice Ultrasound Seminar • Lufkin, TX

An ever increasing number of animal owners now expect diagnostic imaging such as ultrasound to be a part of the "standard of care" for their animals. Rather than refer clients out of their clinic, more and more veterinarians are deciding to provide ultrasound in-house to offer a more complete service to their clients and patients while adding a valuable profit center.

Dr. Wendy Blount invites you to attend this unique 17 CE Hour seminar presenting you with practical basic to advanced ultrasound knowledge and options you can put to use starting immediately in your clinic. Special Guest Speaker: Greg Lisciandro, DVM, Dipl. ACVECC. For additional details and to register online, click HERE.

November 18-19
TAVP/Concho Valley VMA Fall Seminar • TAMU AgriLife Research and Extension Center • San Angelo, TX

Registration is open for the 2017 TAVP/Concho Valley VMA Fall Seminar held at the Texas AgriLife Research and Extension Center in San Angelo. For more information on speakers and topics, visit the TVMA Education Calendar at  This meeting is from 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. each day and is worth 17 CE credits. Lunch and refreshments are included in the registration fee. Register online HERE. To download a registration form for fax, mail or email purposes, click HERE. Contact Ellen Forsythe, CMP, at for additional information.


January 13
CVA Level I Workshop • TVMA Headquarters • Austin, TX
Are you looking for a solid and affordable way to supercharge your team? The Texas Veterinary Medical Association (TVMA) is proud to present an outstanding workshop that provides a simple and cost-effective way to offer the groundwork for your entry-level personnel to become a Level I Certified Veterinary Assistant (CVA). TVMA will be hosting a CVA I workshop on Saturday, January 13th from 8 am – 5 pm at the Texas Veterinary Medical Association office (8104 Exchange Dr., Austin, TX 78754). 

More and more clinics across Texas are requiring all newly hired team members to study for and pass the CVA Level I exam. What a great way to motivate your team! A motivated team is a more productive team, and higher productivity can lead to higher profits.

TVMA’s Level I CVA training program is designed to teach veterinary assistants the essential skills and knowledge needed to become effective contributors to the veterinary team. This workshop is based on the material offered in the CVA Level I training manual and will give your team members a knowledge-based foundation to go along with their technical skills.

Our talented and experienced professional instructor will teach the following topics: Medical Terminology, Species and Breeds, Anatomical Directions, Client Relations, Safety, Kennel Maintenance, Veterinary Lab Procedures, General Grooming, Patient Restraint Techniques, Laboratory Skills, Cleaning and Chemical Handling, Surgical Preparation and Assistance, Animal Nursing and Veterinary Pharmacy and Pharmacology.

For a printable registration form click
herePlease contact the TVMA office at (512) 452-4224 or email if you have questions or need additional information.

March 2-4
2018 TVMA Annual Conference and Expo • Marriott Waterway Hotel • The Woodlands, TX
Have you ever been to one of the many large veterinary conferences around the country, stood in line forever, walked what seemed to be miles from the hotel to the meeting rooms to the exhibit hall? Chances are you have. The Texas Veterinary Medical Association presents the 2018 Annual Conference and Expo at the Waterway Marriott Hotel and Convention Center in The Woodlands. You owe it to yourself to try a smaller veterinary meeting with all the qualities and benefits of a large conference but nicely packaged in one building and thoughtfully designed to have a personal touch.

The 2018 Conference CE program proudly features over 90 hours of premium continuing education tracks presented by great talent from top veterinary colleges, specialty clinics and practice management firms around the country. An expanded exhibit hall, interactive CE sessions in a small, manageable location, along with fun social events in and out of the exhibit hall just add to the TVMA Annual Conference and Expo meeting experience. There is no place like home, so don’t miss this opportunity to celebrate the veterinary professional community in Texas.

For detailed information on our national caliber continuing education program and crazy fun social events, please click HERE! To go directly to register online, click
HERE. Please contact the TVMA office at (512) 452-4224 or email if you have questions or need additional information. 






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