Continuing Education

Pacific Northwest Veterinary Conference News – Register today and watch whenever

  |   Continuing Education, WSVMA News

The Pacific Northwest Veterinary Conference is only two weeks away! Register in advance to access all 130+ hours of premium continuing education, whether it’s live during the Oct. 2-4 weekend, or whether you decide to watch it all later. For instance, register today but watch it when you finally get a few days off in the months to come. Register today and watch it when the house is quiet and the kids are finally in bed asleep. Or watch before...

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Pacific Northwest Veterinary Conference News – Take a break and relax

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In the crazy pandemic world of veterinary medicine, you need some downtime to relax, refresh, and reboot. Why not attend the Pacific Northwest Veterinary Conference and combine your love of learning with taking a respite from the long hours and stress that is veterinary practice right now. You owe it yourself to take that break. Not only do we have masterclass speakers and topics, but we also offer meditation, yoga, and massage guaranteed to calm you and help you relax. Did...

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WSVMA DVM: Masterclass webinar on stay (not exit) interviews

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Join us Tuesday, Sept. 15 at 12 pm for our webinar Stay {Not Exit} Interviews – The Why and The How. Hayden Milligan, CMP will be our guest speaker. Stay Interviews are a valuable one-on-one interview between a manager and an employee. This lecture will help attendees understand what makes an employee want to keep working for you and your practice. Likewise, it will elicit what may entice someone to leave. Hayden has spent the majority of her life cultivating her...

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Pacific Northwest Veterinary Conference News – Let’s Go to the Zoo!

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Join us on Friday, October 2 at 5:30 pm for our Let’s Go to the Zoo Happy Hour, sponsored by Woodland Park Zoo. Conference attendees are invited to a fun hour with co-hosts Dr. Gary Marshall and Dr. Lindsey Hornickel. Dr. Marshall will demonstrate how to make specially selected cocktails with recipes provided, including how to make them mocktails. Next, Dr. Hornickel will introduce the esteemed team at Woodland Park Zoo along with some special animal guests guaranteed to delight and...

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Pacific Northwest Veterinary Conference News – Recent grads receive a major discount!

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Have you signed up for the Pacific Northwest Veterinary Conference yet? If not, do so soon! Early-bird registration rates ends on August 31. Don’t miss our more than 130+ CE sessions with 39 high-caliber speakers, many of your favorite exhibitors and sponsors, and a surprise Friday night event that is guaranteed to delight and entertain. Sign up before October 1 to receive access to all 130+ hours on-demand after the conference weekend. Are you within five years from graduation? Recent grads...

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Pacific Northwest Veterinary Conference News – Visit the Exhibit Hall

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Just like attending in person, attendees at the Pacific Northwest Veterinary Conference (PNWVC) will be able to talk to exhibitors and learn about new products and innovation taking place in veterinary medicine. Chat and schedule appointments with your favorite representatives, get the latest in product information, and place orders just like you would if you were walking the exhibit hall. The more exhibitors you visit, the more opportunities to earn points for prizes and raffles. The exhibit hall will be open...

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WSVMA DVM: Masterclass Webinar on avian coelomic distention

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Join us Tuesday, August 18 at 12 pm for our webinar Coelomic Distention in Birds: Diagnosis and Management. Dr. Anneliese Strunk will be our guest speaker. This case-based lecture will discuss the pathophysiology of the different main causes of coelomic distention in avian species, as well as diagnostic and therapeutic options. Dr. Anneliese Strunk graduated from Texas A&M in 2000, and completed an internship in Exotic Animal, Wildlife and Zoo Medicine at the University of Georgia and a residency in the...

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Pacific Northwest Veterinary Conference – The Benefits of Shifting to an Online Experience

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Opportunities often come out of tragic times. While face to face meetings are what we prefer, holding the Pacific Northwest Veterinary Conference (PNWVC) virtually keeps us safe and gives us an opportunity to try something new. And who knows, we might even come to like it better. Shifting to online experiences has been touted for years as the next necessary adaptation to give folks flexibility and new learning options. This year, you’ll still experience the same high caliber education you’ve come...

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Pacific Northwest Veterinary Conference – Registration now open!

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Online registration is open for this year’s Pacific NW Conference taking place October 2-4, 2020. This year we’re going virtual! Register today to learn from stellar scientific speakers, business experts, and special guests that will be presenting a variety of cutting-edge topics. Veterinary technicians will hold their Annual Conference concurrently and registration can be found here. Small Animal Medicine Program The Small Animal Medicine Program covers a range of topics this year. Featured speakers and topics include: Beth Davidow, DVM, DACVECC –...

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Pacific Northwest Veterinary Conference is going virtual!

  |   Continuing Education, WSVMA News

While you’ve been busy dealing with COVID-19 and having to quickly adjust to a whole new way of veterinary practice, the WSVMA Board and staff have been evaluating how to hold a large conference for over 1,200 in the middle of a pandemic. The safety of our attendees, speakers, exhibitors and sponsors is our number one priority as we work to provide high-quality continuing education and because it’s unclear what October will look like when it comes to face to...

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