National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America

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Date: January 1, 2015
Comprehensive Feline Dentistry 8 Part Series ON DEMAND WEBINAR
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Endocrinology: Atypical Disorders of the Endocrine System
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Internal Medicine: Advanced Concepts in Small Animal Nephrology
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Ceva joins Fear Free!

December 12, 2014 Lenexa, Kansas - December 12, 2014 - Ceva announces its commitment to Fear Free, an innovative initiative developed by Dr. Marty Becker to in his words, "take the pet out of petrified and get pets back into practices". The multi-year agreement aligns wit
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NAVTA Technician Case Report Presentations!

November 3, 2014 Had an interesting case recently that you’d like to share? Wondering if you would enjoy public speaking? Or want to begin lecturing? Submit a case report for consideration using the guidelines listed below. If your case is selected you will present your
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Comprehensive Feline Dentistry 8 Part Series ON DEMAND WEBINAR

January 1, 2015 - January 31, 2015

Location: Online
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Maximize Your Feline Dentistry Knowledge and Create the Ultimate Feline Dentistry Service in Your Practice. RACE accredited 8 hours CE. Taught by Dr. Brett Beckman, DVM, FAVD, DAVDC, DAAPM. Website: http://veterinarydentistry.net/webinars-on-demand/ http://www.eventbrite.com/e/comprehensive-feline-dentistry-webinar-tickets-14642900309


Endocrinology: Atypical Disorders of the Endocrine System

January 3, 2015 - January 31, 2015

Location: Online
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Endocrinology: Atypical Disorders of the Endocrine System is a 4-week course that focuses on the diagnostics and treatment of a variety of endocrinology diseases that affect patients. It explores the diagnosis and treatment of critical illness-related corticosteroid insufficiency, hyperadrenocorticism in cat, primary hyperaldosteronism, and pheochromocytomas in dogs. In addition, uncommon thyroid disorders of the dog and cat are covered, along with insulinomas, acromegaly, hypercalcemia and diabetes insipidus. Successful completion of the course provides 20 RACE approved CE credits to both veterinarians and licensed veterinary technicians.


Internal Medicine: Advanced Concepts in Small Animal Nephrology

January 3, 2015 - February 14, 2015

Location: Online
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Advanced Concepts in Small Animal Nephrology is a 6-week course that provides students with the knowledge to evaluate the urinary system through history, physical exams, and diagnostics to accurately identify the disease process, and provide clients with treatment options. Additionally, the student will study pathophysiology and laboratory findings for breed-specific syndromes. Topics covered include: pre-renal, renal and post-renal azotemia; BUN, Creatinine and GFR; pre-renal, post-renal and intrinsic acute renal failure; diagnose and treatment for specific causes of acute renal failure - ethylene glycol, leptospirosis, aminoglycosides, grapes, raisins, lilies and NSAIDs; chronic renal failure/chronic kidney disease through IRIS recommendations; hormonal therapies available to treat chronic renal failure; assess and manage proteinuria, glomerular disease. The course is RACE approved for 25 CE credits for both veterinarians and licensed veterinary technicians.


Emergency and Critical Care: Assessment and Treatment of the Critically Ill Patient

January 3, 2015 - February 14, 2015

Location: Online
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Emergency and Critical Care: Assessment and Treatment of the Critically Ill Patient: Parts 1, 2, 3 and 4 is a series of courses designed to build on the knowledge base of experienced veterinary technicians. Each of the courses in the series is free-standing and participants may take the courses in any order. Part 1 discusses incoming and in-hospital critical patient care, triage skills, patient management, neurologic assessment, and nosocomial infections. Part 2 discusses cardiac and hematological emergencies. Part 3 covers parenchymal and non-parenchymal respiratory emergencies, and considerations such as pulmonary thromboembolism, pneumonia, respiratory failure, and pleural space disease along with thoracocentesis, tracheostomy and other related topics. Part 4 covers gastrointestinal and endocrine emergencies as well as other miscellaneous situations not covered in the first three courses. Each 6-week course provides 20 RACE CE hours for licensed veterinary technicians.


Intern Expo (Philadelphia Zoo) 2015

January 3, 2015 - January 3, 2015

Location: Philadelphia Zoo
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INTERNSHIP EXPO Saturday, January 3, 2015 1:00pm - 4:00pm Learn more about internship opportunities available throughout the year at the Philadelphia Zoo. Staff from the Animal Care and Education internship programs, including current and/or former interns, will give a presentation about their programs and provide a tour of the Zoo. Topics will include the application process, program requirements and expectations. Students from all majors as well as recent graduates and career changers are welcome to attend. Please note that we will not be conducting onsite interviews. Our career internship program is one of the many ways the Philadelphia Zoo demonstrates a commitment to its mission of conservation, education, science and recreation. Through our internships, we provide practical, high-quality experiences that help you achieve your academic and professional goals. Online registration is free but required in advance since space is limited. We regret that we cannot accommodate guests for this event due to the limited space available. To register or learn more about our internship programs, visit http://www.philadelphiazoo.org/Get-Involved/Volunteer/Career-Internships Contact zoointerns@phillyzoo.org or 215-243-5200 for more information.


Hospice for Pets: Providing Quality Care as Life's Journey Ends

January 10, 2015 - December 31, 2015

Location: Online
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This 6-week course focuses on the care of older patients with the goal of providing them with an exceptional quality of life as their life's journey comes to an end. Many veterinary practices are creating a business component within the practice that focuses on hospice and palliative care. This course addresses concerns that may rise, including legal issues. It provides insight regarding conversations with owners and steps to protect caregivers and veterinary team members from compassion fatigue. Hospice and palliative care protocols are covered, along with the quality of life assessment. Course provides 15 RACE hours of CE credit for licensed veterinary technicians and veterinarians in as well as 15 CE credits for the Certified Veterinary Practice Manager program offered by VHMA.


Core Veterinary Skills: The Language of Veterinary Medicine

January 10, 2015 - December 31, 2015

Location: Online
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This 6-week course will help the student to develop the skills to understand and interpret veterinary terminology used daily at the practice. The course material will begin with the dissection of medical terms, continuing on to anatomical positioning, medical abbreviations, and will then take the student through the vocabulary of the various body systems. Course is available on-demand, so students can enroll at any time. 15 RACE hours of CE credit for licensed veterinary technicians is awarded upon successful course completion. However, all team members would benefit from this class to improve team communications.


Radiology: Developing Core Imaging Skills

January 10, 2015 - December 31, 2015

Location: Online
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This 6-week course provides an overview of image acquisition, including developing an understanding of cathodes, anodes, focal spots, distance, time, mAs, kVp and general machine use. Positioning aids, film markers and identification, logs and filing protocols, safety and personal protection are covered in depth. Small animal technique and positioning instructions, along with pictures, help the participant focus on the appropriate method for obtaining the best diagnostic image results for the abdomen, thorax, chest, shoulder, scapula, skull, spine, pelvis, forelimb and hindlimb. Course is in on-demand format allowing students to enroll at any time convenient to their schedules. 25 RACE hours of CE credit for licensed veterinary technicians. However, this course would be appropriate for any team member seeking to hone radiology skills. Helen E. Roberts, DVM instructs.


Neurology: Seizing the Core Components of Veterinary Conditions

January 15, 2015 - February 24, 2015

Location: Online
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Neurology: Seizing the Core Components of Veterinary Conditions is a comprehensive 6-week course covering the neurology system of small and large animals. It begins with the complete neurology exam, focusing on sensorium, gait and posture, muscle tone, spinal nerve reflexes, cranial nerves, vision, palprebral fissure, strabismus, nystagmus, facial and trigeminal neurons. The brain is covered in depth (including causes and treatments of seizures), along with the vestibular system and cerebellum disorders and diseases. The course will wind down with spinal cord injuries and diseases. Course meets the requirements for 15 RACE hours of CE credit for licensed veterinary technicians and veterinarians.


Nutrition: Filling Your Bowl with Core Concepts

January 15, 2015 - March 12, 2015

Location: Online
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Nutrition: Filling Your Bowl with Core Concepts CE course is available on demand: students may enroll at any time. This entry-level 8-week course discusses the basic elements and components of the nutritional requirements of dogs and cats. This course will help the student understand the nutrients required to make a complete and balanced diet as well as the requirements of AAFCO (American Association of Feed Control Officials), the USDA (United States Department of Agriculture) and the FDA (Food and Drug Administration). In addition, students will be able to calculate the caloric needs for individual patients based on their life style and/or disease. Course provides for 20 RACE hours of CE credit for licensed veterinary technicians as well as accepted by The Academy of Veterinary Nutrition Technicians for their CE requirements. Kara Burns, MS, MEd, LVT, VTS-Nutrition, Dentistry (H), Internal Medicine (H) instructs.


Do I Need an Associate & How Do I Pay Them?

January 15, 2015 - February 12, 2015

Location: Online
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This 4-week course covers best practices when hiring an associate veterinarian as well as how to design a fair compensation package. Topics covered include reasons to hire additional veterinary help, the impact a new veterinarian will have on the financial situation of a practice, skills needed in a new practice doctor, examples of how and where to find a new doctor, the various associate veterinarian financial compensation models, the various fringe benefits that are part of compensation packages, associate contract terms, and key performance indicators used to evaluate new associates. Common benefits, industry averages, and general employment contract concepts are also discussed. This course is applicable for 10 CE credits for CVPMs through VHMA. Donna Harris, DVM, MBA instructs.


Purina: Nutrition for GI Cases

January 15, 2015 - December 31, 2015

Location: Online
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This course was built through a collaborative effort between Nestle Purina PetCare Company and VetMedTeam. It will provide team members with an overview of various health conditions, including its diagnosis, and is followed by detailed information on how specific nutrients can play a role in managing pets with a particular health condition. The reviews reviews the factors involved in diarrhea, indiscretionary eating, parasites, GI tract sensitivity, and other presentations. Valuable information about Purina Veterinary Diets Canine and Feline Formulas, treats and related products can be found throughout the course, to aid in condition management. Course provides 2 RACE hours of CE credit for licensed veterinary technicians and veterinarians.


Free CE Course - Diabetes Mellitus in Dogs and Cats

January 15, 2015 - December 31, 2015

Location: Online
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New Free CE course developed in collaboration with Merck Animal Health, Diabetes Mellitus in Dogs and Cats, is available on demand. Students may enroll at any time and log in at times convenient to personal schedules. This course reviews the disease process and clinical symptoms, along with the prognosis and treatment goals associated with disease management in dogs and cats. It is the first of a series of 3 courses addressing Diabetes Mellitus in companion animals. Course meets the requirements for 1 RACE hour of CE credit for licensed veterinary technicians and veterinarians.


Free CE Course - An Overview of Vetsulin

January 15, 2015 - December 31, 2015

Location: Online
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New Free CE course developed in collaboration with Merck Animal Health, An Overview of Vetsulin, is available on demand. Students may enroll at any time and log in at times convenient to personal schedules. This course reviews the pharmaceutical factors of Vetsulin to help veterinarians evaluate insulin options and to build effective treatment protocols. It is the second of a series of 3 courses addressing Diabetes Mellitus in companion animals.


Free CE Course - Managing Canine and Feline Diabetes with Vetsulin

January 15, 2015 - December 31, 2015

Location: Online
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New Free CE course developed in collaboration with Merck Animal Health, Managing Canine and Feline Diabetes with Vetsulin, is available on demand. Students may enroll at any time and log in at times convenient to personal schedules. This course reviews the Vetsulin-related monitoring and treatment factors to help veterinarians, and their medical team, build effective treatment protocols. It is the last of a series of 3 courses addressing Diabetes Mellitus in companion animals.


Dr. Sophia Yin, DVM, MS: Low Stress Handling Silver Certification for Individuals andHospitals

January 15, 2015 - December 31, 2015

Location: Online
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VetMedTeam is proud to offer Dr. Sophia Yin, DVM, MS Low Stress Handling individual courses and Silver Certification for individuals and hospitals. The Low Stress Handling courses teach participants how to: create a calm inviting hospital environment, approach and greet pets in a non-threatening manner, handle animals in a way that provides clear direction and guidance leading to a more cooperative patient rather than creating confusion and fear, and develop an overall positive experience for pets. This knowledge will increase handler efficiency, decrease injuries caused when animals struggle and scratch or bite, and improve both the patient and the clients' confidence in your skills. With Low Stress Handling techniques your clients will notice your improved handling skills and you will show that you care about their pets. The courses are available to take individually or as a whole for Silver Certification in Low Stress Handling. Each course awards its own value in CE credits through RACE for veterinarians and licensed veterinary technicians. These courses are provided in on-demand format allowing students to enroll at any time.


Medical Records: The Road Map to Quality Care

January 24, 2015 - December 31, 2015

Location: Online
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This 3-week course addresses medical record-keeping topics including elements of a complete medical record, standard medical abbreviations, functions and benefits of the SOAP format, compliance issues related to medical records, designing and implementing a medical record audit system, how to purge and properly dispose of medical records, electronic record-keeping, and developing consent forms tailored to a specific practice. Course is available on-demand - enroll at anytime. This course carries 10 CE credits through VHMA for CVPMs as well as 10 CE credit hours for veterinarians and licensed veterinary technicians through RACE.


Equine: The Trail to Core Nursing Skills

January 24, 2015 - December 31, 2015

Location: Online
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This 6-week course will help participants develop stable management plans that incorporate excellent husbandry skills, along with restraint, hoof care and proper procedures used to trailer a horse safely. Understanding equine behavior is critical to the nurse, and both normal and abnormal behaviors are discussed. Course is in on-demand format, students can enroll at any time convenient to their schedules. 15 RACE hours of CE credit for licensed veterinary technicians is awarded upon successful course completion. However, this course is appropriate for any team member starting in equine medicine.


Oncology: An Overview of Cancer in Small Animals

January 24, 2015 - December 31, 2015

Location: Online
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This 6-week course will help you and your practice create the best medical approach for your clients and patients through a strong foundation in the basics of oncology. Course is on-demand allowing students to enroll at any time convenient to their schedules. This course is RACE approved for 15 CE credits for licensed veterinary technicians as well as through The Academy of Internal Medicine for Veterinary Technicians (AIMVT) for the Academy�s CE requirements. Kim Albin, LVT, VTS (Oncology) instructs.


Your Professional Image

January 24, 2015 - December 31, 2015

Location: Online
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This 4-week course is designed to enhance your professional image through a personal journey of self-discovery, defining your self-image and exploring your role as a member of a professional health care team. Topics covered include creating a positive self-image, accepting change in the work environment with a positive attitude, balancing work and leisure through effective time management, strengthening positive communication skills, delegating tasks, appropriate confrontation and resolution measures, and creating a personal action plan for professional success. Course is available in on-demand format - students may enroll at any time. This course is RACE and VHMA approved for 10 CE credits for licensed veterinary technicians and CVPMs. Shelby Terry-Wolfe, DVM, MAg, CVPM instructs.


Finding and Hiring Top Team Members

January 24, 2015 - December 31, 2015

Location: Online
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This 3-week course is designed to help managers and owners understand the key components involved in finding qualified applicants and then properly hiring them. Topics covered include identifying sources of labor, creating job position advertisements that attract the desired applicants, creating a personalized job application, how to review applications and resumes effectively and efficiently, how to develop ideal interview questions to obtain pertinent information, interview types, styles, and techniques, and developing a successful hiring plan. On-demand format allows students to enroll at any time convenient to their schedules. This course is VHMA approved for 10 CE credits for CVPMs . However, lead technicians and others involved in the hiring process would benefit from the course. Laura Conn, CVT, CVPM instructs.


Change Management: One Year to a More Successful Practice

January 24, 2015 - December 31, 2015

Location: Online
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This 4-week course begins with understanding the complexity of change, why it is needed and where it can lead. Organizational structure, development and environments are covered in detail. The importance of developing and implementing a practice Mission and Vision are outlined. Learning to deal with differing personalities, generational differences, and emotional intelligence will help leaders implement change more efficiently and with less resistance. The course examines implementing protocols to make changes to practice equipment, technology, and procedures. Evaluating local demographics is covered, including marketing, branding, discounting, and other policies are also covered in depth. This course is in on-demand format for optimal flexibility � students can enroll at any time. 15 CE credits are awarded to Certified Veterinary Practice Managers through VHMA. Laura Conn, CVT, CVPM instructs.


Veterinary Dental Radiographic Interpretation 5 Part Series ON DEMAND WEBINAR

February 1, 2015 - February 28, 2015

Location: Online
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Learn How to Interpret Dental Radiographs in Dogs and Cats! This comprehensive 5 part On Demand Webinar Series provides a case approach to diagnosing and treating veterinary dental pathology. RACE accredited 5 hours CE. Taught by Dr. Brett Beckman, DVM, FAVD, DAVDC, DAAPM. Website: http://veterinarydentistry.net/webinars-on-demand/


Simple and Surgical Extractions in the Dog and Cat 5 Part Series ON DEMAND WEBINAR

February 1, 2015 - February 28, 2015

Location: Online
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Conquer Extractions in Dogs and Cats with this Comprehensive Extraction Series. Goes beyond the books with Tips and Tricks you won't find anywhere else with fantastic images and video. RACE accredited 5 hours CE. Taught by Dr. Brett Beckman, DVM, FAVD, DAVDC, DAAPM. Website: http://veterinarydentistry.net/webinars-on-demand/


Building a Superior Client Service Team

February 1, 2015 - December 31, 2015

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This 8-week course is designed as an introductory course for people who will be fulfilling a veterinary clinic reception job description. It is available in on demand format - students may enroll at any time. Course module topics include receptionist job traits and skills, professional appearance, offering superior customer service, the basics of communication, the veterinary medical record, making appointments, and basic veterinary medicine. Along with fundamental receptionist skills, medical terminology and basic medical topics such as fecals, vaccines, spays and neuters, and heartworm and flea/tick prevention will also be discussed. In addition to assisting the receptionist position, this course can be helpful to other veterinary clinic staff by illuminating the set duties and desired qualities of the receptionist staff members. Heather Prendergast, RVT, CVPM instructs.


Inventory: It's the Basics That Count

February 1, 2015 - December 31, 2015

Location: Online
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This 3-week course is available on demand - students may enroll at any time. It will cover the basics of inventory management including inventory terminology, inventory categories and components, considerations in inventory management such as designating an inventory manager, how to formulate a markup policy, how to evaluate bulk and turnover purchases, developing relationships with sales representatives, and other financial aspects of veterinary inventory. This course is VHMA approved for 5 CE credits for CVPMs. Leslie Lynette, RVT, CVPM instructs.


7th Annual IVG Symposium

February 7, 2015 - February 8, 2015

Location: Newton, Ma.
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Tracks are available for doctors, technicians and non-clinical teams. Veterinarians and technicians may earn up to 12 CE credits over 2 days, with over 65 hours of content to choose from! (RACE approval pending) Our expanded program includes: Anesthesia - Blended lecture and lab content presented by Andrea Looney, DVM, DACVAA, DACVSMR, CCRP; Neurology - Case based Neurology, including 4 hours of content presented by Alexander de Lahunta, DVM, PhD, DACVIM (Neurology), DACVP; Dental - Lectures and Labs by Paul Mitchell, DVM, DAVDC; Management - including Inventory Management, Hospital Design and Client Communications And many more! No need to choose! - Your registration includes future access to all RACE approved lectures, on-demand, for one year. Check out our website for more details! www.IVGSymposium.com


WVC's Speaker Enhancement Series: How To Engage An Audience Rather Than Give A Talk

February 14, 2015 - February 16, 2015

Location: WVC Oquendo Center, Las Vegas
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You know the science, the disease process, and logical patient outcome; but, do you know how to most effectively convey these concepts to your audience? It is time to refine your lecture construction and presentation skills through the WVC Speaker Enhancement Training Series. This limited enrollment course is instructed by veterinary leaders and highly sought out corporate trainer, that will guide you to be a polished speaker capable of communicating with a wide variety of people in large or intimate gatherings, in an array of situations. At the conclusion of the course you will have the skill set necessary to engage your audience and impact the comprehension of your message. The course begins with an online instructional video, featuring Paul Mitchell, DVM, DAVDC who will share principles and recommendations on lecture construction that will enable you to become the speaker you have dreamed you could be. Next, you will convene with colleagues for an intensive three-day course where faculty will guide you in the most effective communication techniques. The final day of the course, you will present a short talk, which will be videotaped and critiqued by an industry expert. Register early to seize this opportunity to polish your communication skills and power you forward to pursue your career aspirations.


87th Annual Western Veterinary Conference

February 15, 2015 - February 19, 2015

Location: Mandalay Bay - Las Vegas
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The #1 Veterinary Conference For 87 years, the WVC Annual Conference has been among the most highly anticipated events in the veterinary community and for good reason. More than a conference, it has become an industry institution - a place where the best and brightest congregate for five days every year. It's where the latest breakthroughs are announced, the most innovative techniques are shared, and lasting connections are made. What's more, it all takes place in a host city like no other, Las Vegas. With unmatched options for dining, entertainment, shopping and more, every minute spent outside the conference will be well worth the trip.


Endocrinology: Diagnostics and Treatment of Common Endocrine Disorders

February 15, 2015 - March 15, 2015

Location: Online
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Endocrinology: Diagnostics and Treatment of Common Endocrine Disorders begins February 15, 2015. This is a 4-week course that focuses on the diagnostics and treatment of a variety of endocrinology diseases that affect dogs and cats. It explores hypo- and hyper-adrenocorticism, diabetes mellitus and ketoacidosis, and thyroid diseases in both species. Alex Gallagher, DVM, MS, DACVIM will be instructing the course. The course provides 20 RACE approved CE credits to both veterinarians and licensed veterinary technicians.


Veterinary Dental Radiographic Interpretation 5 Part Series ON DEMAND WEBINAR

March 1, 2015 - March 31, 2015

Location: Online
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Learn How to Interpret Dental Radiographs in Dogs and Cats! This comprehensive 5 part On Demand Webinar Series provides a case approach to diagnosing and treating veterinary dental pathology. RACE accredited 5 hours CE. Taught by Dr. Brett Beckman, DVM, FAVD, DAVDC, DAAPM. Website: http://veterinarydentistry.net/webinars-on-demand/


Simple and Surgical Extractions in the Dog and Cat 5 Part Series ON DEMAND WEBINAR

March 1, 2015 - March 31, 2015

Location: Online
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Conquer Extractions in Dogs and Cats with this Comprehensive Extraction Series. Goes beyond the books with Tips and Tricks you won't find anywhere else with fantastic images and video. RACE accredited 5 hours CE. Taught by Dr. Brett Beckman, DVM, FAVD, DAVDC, DAAPM. Website: http://veterinarydentistry.net/webinars-on-demand/


Comprehensive Feline Dentistry 8 Part Series ON DEMAND WEBINAR

March 1, 2015 - March 31, 2015

Location: Online
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Maximize Your Feline Dentistry Knowledge and Create the Ultimate Feline Dentistry Service in Your Practice. RACE accredited 8 hours CE. Taught by Dr. Brett Beckman, DVM, FAVD, DAVDC, DAAPM. Website: http://veterinarydentistry.net/webinars-on-demand/


AAHA Tampa 2015

March 12, 2015 - March 15, 2015

Location: Tampa, FL
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Nothing about AAHA's yearly conference is typical from our wide variety of continuing education topics and expert learning facilitators, to our one-of-a-kind social and networking events, you'll surely experience a conference like no other, in a city like no other.


Sunshine and CE in Picturesque Sedona, AZ

March 12, 2015 - March 15, 2015

Location: Amara Resort and Spa, Sedona, AZ
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Vet Lectures and The International Union of Veterinary Cyclists are hosting 15 hours of RACE-approved CE March 12-15, 2015 in the picturesque high desert red rock landscape of Sedona, Arizona. Top lecturers will be speaking on small animal cardiology and behavioral medicine. The conference will take place at the luxurious Amara Resort. The lecture schedule allows ample time for you to get out for hiking,biking, and generally enjoying the natural beauty of the area. Non-veterinary partners and friends are welcome. Complete info and registration can be found at www.vetlectures.com or by calling (773) CE4-VETS.


Veterinary Dentistry & Radiology for the Veterinarian and Technician

March 29, 2015 - March 29, 2015

Location: Sacramento, California
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Secrets to Dental Success Lecture - AM This lecture provides a dentistry service blueprint for the veterinarian and veterinary technician outlining the steps it takes to meet and exceed today's Standard of Care. Maximize Radiography Technique and Efficiency Lab - PM Utilizing Dr. Beckman's Veterinary Dental Radiographic Positioning Guide participants will learn everything that you need to start creating quick and easy full mouth dental radiographic series in dogs and cats. Website: http://veterinarydentistry.net/vet-dental-course-sacramento-california/


Veterinary Dental Radiographic Interpretation 5 Part Series ON DEMAND WEBINAR

May 1, 2015 - May 31, 2015

Location: Online
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Learn How to Interpret Dental Radiographs in Dogs and Cats! This comprehensive 5 part On Demand Webinar Series provides a case approach to diagnosing and treating veterinary dental pathology. RACE accredited 5 hours CE. Taught by Dr. Brett Beckman, DVM, FAVD, DAVDC, DAAPM. Website: http://veterinarydentistry.net/webinars-on-demand/


Simple and Surgical Extractions in the Dog and Cat 5 Part Series ON DEMAND WEBINAR

May 1, 2015 - May 31, 2015

Location: Online
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Conquer Extractions in Dogs and Cats with this Comprehensive Extraction Series. Goes beyond the books with Tips and Tricks you won�t find anywhere else with fantastic images and video. RACE accredited 5 hours CE. Taught by Dr. Brett Beckman, DVM, FAVD, DAVDC, DAAPM. Website: http://veterinarydentistry.net/webinars-on-demand/


Comprehensive Feline Dentistry 8 Part Series ON DEMAND WEBINAR

May 1, 2015 - May 31, 2015

Location: Online
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Maximize Your Feline Dentistry Knowledge and Create the Ultimate Feline Dentistry Service in Your Practice. RACE accredited 8 hours CE. Taught by Dr. Brett Beckman, DVM, FAVD, DAVDC, DAAPM. Website: http://veterinarydentistry.net/webinars-on-demand/


Veterinary Dentistry & Radiology for the Veterinarian and Technician

May 17, 2015 - May 17, 2015

Location: Boston Area in Dover Massachusetts
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Secrets to Dental Success Lecture - AM This lecture provides a dentistry service blueprint for the veterinarian and veterinary technician outlining the steps it takes to meet and exceed today's Standard of Care. Maximize Radiography Technique and Efficiency Lab - PM Utilizing Dr. Beckman's Veterinary Dental Radiographic Positioning Guide participants will learn everything that you need to start creating quick and easy full mouth dental radiographic series in dogs and cats. Website: http://veterinarydentistry.net/vet-dental-course-boston-dover/


Veterinary Dental Radiographic Interpretation 5 Part Series ON DEMAND WEBINAR

June 1, 2015 - June 30, 2015

Location: Online
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Learn How to Interpret Dental Radiographs in Dogs and Cats! This comprehensive 5 part On Demand Webinar Series provides a case approach to diagnosing and treating veterinary dental pathology. RACE accredited 5 hours CE. Taught by Dr. Brett Beckman, DVM, FAVD, DAVDC, DAAPM. Website: http://veterinarydentistry.net/webinars-on-demand/


Simple and Surgical Extractions in the Dog and Cat 5 Part Series ON DEMAND WEBINAR

June 1, 2015 - June 30, 2015

Location: Online
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Conquer Extractions in Dogs and Cats with this Comprehensive Extraction Series. Goes beyond the books with Tips and Tricks you won�t find anywhere else with fantastic images and video. RACE accredited 5 hours CE. Taught by Dr. Brett Beckman, DVM, FAVD, DAVDC, DAAPM. Website: http://veterinarydentistry.net/webinars-on-demand/


2015 ACVIM Forum

June 3, 2015 - June 6, 2015

Location: Indianapolis, IN
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If you are interested in being a top tier veterinary technician in internal medicine, then the 2015 ACVIM Forum is the place to go. Earn up to 32 CE credits attending case report presentations, technician sessions and workshops that are built with you in mind. Registration is open.


Veterinary Dentistry & Radiology for the Veterinarian and Technician

June 14, 2015 - June 14, 2015

Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota
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Secrets to Dental Success Lecture - AM This lecture provides a dentistry service blueprint for the veterinarian and veterinary technician outlining the steps it takes to meet and exceed today's Standard of Care. Maximize Radiography Technique and Efficiency Lab - PM Utilizing Dr. Beckman's Veterinary Dental Radiographic Positioning Guide participants will learn everything that you need to start creating quick and easy full mouth dental radiographic series in dogs and cats. Website: http://veterinarydentistry.net/vet-dental-course-minneapolis/


Veterinary Dentistry & Radiology for the Veterinarian and Technician

June 28, 2015 - June 28, 2015

Location: Bloomfield Hills, Michigan
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Secrets to Dental Success Lecture - AM This lecture provides a dentistry service blueprint for the veterinarian and veterinary technician outlining the steps it takes to meet and exceed today's Standard of Care. Maximize Radiography Technique and Efficiency Lab - PM Utilizing Dr. Beckman's Veterinary Dental Radiographic Positioning Guide participants will learn everything that you need to start creating quick and easy full mouth dental radiographic series in dogs and cats. Website: http://veterinarydentistry.net/vet-dental-course-bloomfield-hills-michigan/


Veterinary Dentistry & Radiology for the Veterinarian and Technician

July 19, 2015 - July 19, 2015

Location: Denver, Colorado
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Secrets to Dental Success Lecture - AM This lecture provides a dentistry service blueprint for the veterinarian and veterinary technician outlining the steps it takes to meet and exceed today's Standard of Care. Maximize Radiography Technique and Efficiency Lab - PM Utilizing Dr. Beckman's Veterinary Dental Radiographic Positioning Guide participants will learn everything that you need to start creating quick and easy full mouth dental radiographic series in dogs and cats. Website: http://veterinarydentistry.net/vet-dental-course-denver-colorado/


Veterinary Dentistry & Radiology for the Veterinarian and Technician

August 2, 2015 - August 2, 2015

Location: Anchorage, Alaska
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Secrets to Dental Success Lecture - AM This lecture provides a dentistry service blueprint for the veterinarian and veterinary technician outlining the steps it takes to meet and exceed today's Standard of Care. Maximize Radiography Technique and Efficiency Lab - PM Utilizing Dr. Beckman's Veterinary Dental Radiographic Positioning Guide participants will learn everything that you need to start creating quick and easy full mouth dental radiographic series in dogs and cats. Website: http://veterinarydentistry.net/vet-dental-course-anchorage-alaska/


Veterinary Dentistry & Radiology for the Veterinarian and Technician

August 9, 2015 - August 9, 2015

Location: St. Louis, Missouri
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Secrets to Dental Success Lecture - AM This lecture provides a dentistry service blueprint for the veterinarian and veterinary technician outlining the steps it takes to meet and exceed today's Standard of Care. Maximize Radiography Technique and Efficiency Lab - PM Utilizing Dr. Beckman's Veterinary Dental Radiographic Positioning Guide participants will learn everything that you need to start creating quick and easy full mouth dental radiographic series in dogs and cats. Website: http://veterinarydentistry.net/vet-dental-course-st-louis-missouri/


VetTechLife CE on the Sea

March 17, 2016 - March 21, 2016

Location: Fort Lauderdale to Cozumel
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Come join us for sun, sand and CE! Sailing from Ft. Lauderdale to Cozumel on the Royal Caribbean's Independence of the Seas, this CE event offers child care, top notch speakers, RACE accreditation, gourmet meals included, surfing, skating, swimming, nightlife and so much more! Under $1200 (pp double occupancy) gets attendees meals, CE and a beautiful balcony room. Lesser rooms are available for additional savings. $100 refundable deposit reserves a balcony room. There are monthly payment options available as well. Speaker list to be announced very soon. 12+ hours of continuing education available.