EDUCATION CALENDAR

 


2018


April 13-15
2018 American Academy of Veterinary Acupuncture Annual Meeting • Santa Fe, New Mexico
2018 marks the 13th annual meeting of the American Academy of Veterinary Acupuncture (AAVA). By attending the AAVA Annual Meeting you will have a three day opportunity to earn top quality continuing education credit. Registration is now open. For additional information and to register for this conference, please visit www.aava.org.

April 14-15
Dr. Blount's Practical Seminar Series • Lufkin, Texas
Endocrinology is another popular topics in the 'Practical' seminar series hosted by Dr. Wendy Blount. Her upcoming 'Practical Endocrinology Seminar' scheduled for April 14-15  in Lufkin is good for 17 CE credits and will cover the endocrinology challenges commonly seen in a small animal practice. Some of the diseases and disorders include Addison's Disease, Cushing's Syndrome, Diabetes Mellitus and Insipidus, Thyroid and Calcium Disorders, Growth Hormone Disorders and Insulinoma. These hormonal diseases present numerous health care challenges and the seminar focus will be on diagnosis and treatment in the trenches. Special guest speaker will be, Dr. Kathy Engler, Dechra's Field Based Professional Services Veterinarian for the western region of the U.S. For additional information and to register for this conference, please visit http://www.wendyblount.com/endo-lufkin3/promo.php.

April 28
30th Annual LSC Tomball Spring Symposium • Veterinary Technology • Tomball, Texas
Join veterinary technicians and students in the Beckendorf Conference Center for the 30th Annual Spring Symposium. This year's theme is leadership. Learn how to get involved in the profession and hear from TVMA's immediate past President, Dr. Dan Posey and current President Elect, Dr. Rick Wall. For registration information, email david.sessum@lonestar.edu.

June 23-24
Veterinary Technician Seminar • College of Veterinary Medicine • Texas A&M University
This two-day event features up to 12 hours of continuing education with a strong scientific program geared to veterinary technicians and hospital staff with multiple of speakers and wet labs. For additional information visit vetmed.tamu.edu/ce.

July 5-8

2018 Canadian Veterinary Medical Association Annual Convention • JW Marriott parq Vancouver • Vancouver, British Columbia
In partnership with the CVMA-SBCV Chapter and in collaboration with the Registered Veterinary Technologists and Technicians of Canada (RVTTC), this unique four-day event features a strong scientific program with over 25 speakers. Sessions include wet labs, and concurrent sessions exploring companion animal, ruminant, equine, practice management and animal welfare issues. Contact: Sarah Cunningham; tel: (613) 236-1162, ext. 121; fax: (613) 236-9681; scunningham@cvma-acmv.org, website:http://www.canadianveterinarians.net/science-knowledge/annual-convention

October 25–27

2018 ACVS Surgery Summit • Phoenix Convention Center, Phoenix, AZ
The American College of Veterinary Surgeons (ACVS) Surgery Summit features seminars focused on all areas of patient care from diagnosis, pain management, and anesthesia to surgery, postoperative care, and rehabilitation. The entire practice team can gain invaluable skills and earn exceptional continuing education. The ACVS defines the standards of surgical excellence for the profession, promotes advancements in veterinary surgery and surgical educational programs. For more information visit www.acvssurgerysummit.org.


June 23-24


Events Spotlight...

  • TVMA Annual Conference and Expo Webpage
  • Southwest Veterinary Symposium
  • TAVP Cruise to Cozumel 
  • TAVP/High Plains VMA Fall Seminar Form (PDF)
  • ONLINE REGISTRATION: TAVP/High Plains VMA Fall Seminar

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