Continuing Education

Reporting period for increased CE requirements begins January 1, 2019

  |   Continuing Education

Last week, the Veterinary Board of Governors (VBOG) finalized the new continuing education requirements for veterinarians. The new rules contain a number of policy changes, most importantly increasing the number of required CE hours from 30 hours every three years to 30 hours every two years.  Even though the new regulations won’t be finalized until late January or early February, the new two-year reporting period begins on January 1, 2019. If continuing education is due on the veterinarian’s renewal date in: The...

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WSVMA launches DVM Masterclass monthly webinars and e-learning

  |   Continuing Education

Beginning the second week of January, the WSVMA will launch monthly webinars to aid members in getting their additional CE hours required by the state. WSVMA’s DVM Masterclass will offer medical, practice management, wellbeing and a range of topics geared toward all types of veterinary practice. Topics and speakers ready to share their expertise are as follows:            Jan. 15, 2019 - Dr. Gary Goldstein - Veterinary Dental Radiology: The good, the bad and the ugly  ...

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WSVMA CE event – I Have a Headache – January 20, 2018

  |   Continuing Education

Join us for another premier CE event as we gather experts to present on various causes of head and neck pain in small animals. The event takes place on Sunday, January 20, 2019 at Renton Technical College in Renton, WA. Featured speakers include Dr. Alex Aguila on cases with surgical implications such as sialocele, mandibular or maxillary fractures, upper respiratory surgeries, and neoplastic diseases, Dr. Diane Carle on frustrating aspects of dentistry and how to deal with them, Dr. Daniel...

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Preventive Healthcare Certificate Program is now RACE approved

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The Partners for Healthy Pets Preventive Healthcare Certificate Program is now RACE approved! Are you or is a member of your veterinary team seeking to improve preventive healthcare within your practice whilst earning CE credits? Then look no further! And did we mention that the Preventive Healthcare Certificate Program is FREE?! This invaluable certificate program, comprised of 10 learning modules, will provide your team members with the tools and resources needed to communicate the value of preventive healthcare to your clients...

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Early bird prices for Pacific NW Veterinary Conference expiring soon

  |   Continuing Education, WSVMA News

Register for the 2018 Pacific Northwest Veterinary Conference by September 4th  to receive the lowest price on registration. Join us for an exciting weekend filled with over 130 hours of quality CE, products and services from over 80 vendors, and connecting with old friends and meeting new ones.  Register today and save before prices go up. This is your chance to experience community, ignite your purpose, become inspired and create opportunity!   Posted August 24, 2018...

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Boosting Your Financial IQ to Maximize Fiscal Performance

  |   Continuing Education, Practice Management

The Veterinary Hospital Managers Association (VHMA) and Veterinary Medical Association Executives (VMAE) – organizations committed to helping veterinary practices thrive – have entered into a strategic partnership to realize their shared goal of advancing practice health in veterinary medicine.  The collaborators are pleased to announce the launch of a webinar series, Boosting Your Financial IQ to Maximize Fiscal Performance, which is designed to elevate the financial literacy of those involved in veterinary management.  The webinars are available free of charge...

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Save $100 by registering early for the Pacific Northwest Veterinary Conference

  |   Continuing Education

Registration packets have been mailed and registration is open for this year’s Pacific NW Veterinary Conference taking place September 28 - 30, 2018 in Tacoma. This is your chance to experience community, ignite your purpose, become inspired and create opportunity. Paper forms were not included in the registration packet. Download them from the WSVMA website or register online to learn from stellar scientific speakers, business experts and special guests that will be presenting a variety of cutting edge topics. Veterinary...

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Emerging and Exotic Diseases of Animals Online Course available

  |   Continuing Education

The Emerging and Exotic Diseases of Animals (EEDA) online course will be offered for continuing education (CE) beginning July 25, 2018. The course covers the causes and consequences of foreign animal diseases (FAD), how FAD’s are transmitted and introduced, the entities involved in a response to a FAD outbreak, what to do if a FAD is suspected, how veterinarians can be involved in a FAD response, and effective communication strategies. Components of this course make up the USDA APHIS’ Initial Accreditation Training...

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All hazards preparedness training for animals in disasters

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The Rural Domestic Preparedness Consortium (RDPC) is bringing free Department of Homeland Security-certified training to Kelso, WA on July 12, 2018. The course consists of a four-hour web-based portion and an eight-hour instructor-led portion. The pre-test and much of the course content are presented in the web-based portion of the course. The instructor-led portion will consist of table-top problem-solving activities that are based on the web-based content. The post-test at the end of the instructor-led course will cover both portions...

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Pacific Northwest Veterinary Conference & Trade Show – Registration now open!

  |   Continuing Education, Uncategorized

Pacific Northwest Veterinary Conference – Registration now open! Online registration is open for this year’s Pacific NW Conference taking place September 28 - 30, 2018 in Tacoma. 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 may also register at the link. Small Animal Medicine Program Featured speakers for Small Animal Medicine include Dr. J. Scott Weese on infectious disease,...

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