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NAVTA Technician Case Report Presentations

Western Veterinary Conference

Wednesday, February 19, 2020


Had an interesting case recently that you'd like to share? Ever wonder if you would enjoy public speaking? Have you considered lecturing but are not sure where to start?

Submit a case report for consideration using the guidelines listed below. If your case is selected, you will present your case to an audience of your fellow technicians and a panel of judges. The judges will offer invaluable oral critiques of all presentations! And an award will be given for the overall best presentation.

There's no better way to improve your lecturing skills! Technicians selected to present case reports will receive a complimentary conference registration.

·       Credentialed veterinary technicians with limited lecturing experience are eligible.

·       Cases from any veterinary discipline may be submitted for consideration.

·       Authors of all case report must have had a significant role in the case.

·       15 minutes will be allowed for each presentation with an additional 5 minutes allotted for questions from the audience and judges.


Case report submissions should be no more than 2 pages in length and are to be constructed as follows:

·       Title

·       Introduction 

·       Signalment  

·       Presenting complaint

·       Initial assessment

·       Physical findings

·       Treatment plan including your role in patient care

·       Key nursing care points

·       Final outcome

·       Conclusion

·       Ability to present the case within the allowed timeframe

·       Ability to answer questions


Email your case report to, include your name, credentials, address, phone number, and email address.


Submission Deadline - December 9, 2019


Authors of case reports selected for presentation will be notified in November 2019


PowerPoint presentation should follow a format similar to the written case report submitted. Criteria for evaluation of the case reports presented will include:

·       Presentation quality

·       Case quality


What are you waiting for? Start working on your case report submission today!!


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