Continuing Education

Pacific Northwest Veterinary Conference News – Registration ends Thursday, Sept. 30

  |   Continuing Education

Beginning next Friday, Oct. 1 at 8 am, we’re launching over 150 hours of premium continuing education at the Pacific Northwest Veterinary Conference (PNWVC). Both live and pre-recorded sessions are offered. But wait, you’re working next weekend? No problem! If you register now, you’ll have access to all 150+ hours through August 2022. You can watch the sessions at your leisure, in your PJs, or while relaxing in a hot bubble bath after the kids have gone to bed. But you...

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Pacific Northwest Veterinary Conference News – Board of Governors extends COVID-19 CE policy for non-live CE

  |   Continuing Education, COVID-19, State Regulatory, WSVMA News

At the start of the pandemic, the Veterinary Board of Governors approved the COVID-related policy allowing an unlimited number of non-live CE programs to count towards CE credit. At their Sept. 13, 2021 meeting, the Board approved a change to the policy that extends the allowance until 90 days after the Governor’s emergency order is rescinded. As you plan ahead to get your CE credits, consider attending the Pacific Northwest Veterinary Conference. Don’t miss out on 150+ hours of high-caliber veterinary...

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Pacific Northwest Veterinary Conference News – Can’t make the live event?

  |   Continuing Education

Itching to go to the Pacific Northwest Veterinary Conference but you’re working that weekend? Or maybe you need that weekend to rest from a hectic week at work? Register to attend but watch later! In fact, if you register now, you can still watch all 150+ CE sessions through Aug. 31, 2022. Exhibit Hall – 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...

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WSVMA DVM: Masterclass Webinar – Mental and Emotional Health and Wellbeing in Veterinary Medicine

  |   Continuing Education

Join us Tuesday, Sept. 21, 2021, at 12 pm for our webinar Mental and Emotional Health and Wellbeing in Veterinary Medicine with Saajan Bhakta, Ph.D., and sponsored by People, Pets, and Vets. This session introduces veterinary professionals to practical and actionable techniques that they can use in their day-to-day practice to manage compassion fatigue, anxiety, and stress. The session also highlights methods that veterinary professionals can use to support peers and colleagues who might be at risk for suicide. While suicide...

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Pacific Northwest Veterinary Conference News – Fun Run 2021… and virtual get active challenge

  |   Continuing Education

Don't forget that prices go up on Tuesday, September 7! Think you can’t have physical activity at a virtual conference? Think again! Just like being there in person, attendees at the Pacific Northwest Veterinary Conference (PNWVC) will still be able to get their blood pumping. Join us on Sat., Oct. 2 before CE sessions begin for the 2021 5K Fun Run/Walk, 10K Bike and virtual get active challenge sponsored by Zoetis Reference Laboratories. Celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Fun Run,...

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Pacific Northwest Veterinary Conference News – Don’t miss early-bird pricing!

  |   Continuing Education, WSVMA News

Have you signed up for the Pacific Northwest Veterinary Conference October 1 -3, 2021 yet? If not, do so soon! Early-bird registration rates end on August 31. Don’t miss our more than 150+ CE sessions with 39 high-caliber speakers, 40 exhibitors and sponsors, and a fun Friday night event that is guaranteed to delight and entertain. And even if you can’t attend on that weekend, registration gives you access to view all the recordings any time for up to a...

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Pacific Northwest Veterinary Conference News – Don’t miss early-bird pricing!

  |   Continuing Education

Have you signed up for the Pacific Northwest Veterinary Conference yet? If not, do so soon! Early-bird registration rates end on August 31. Don’t miss our more than 150+ CE sessions with 39 high-caliber speakers, 40 exhibitors and sponsors, and a surprise Friday night event that is guaranteed to delight and entertain. Recent grads receive a major discount! Are you within five years from graduation? Recent grads and retired veterinarians receive a 33% discount off the regular pricing. There’s always plenty of unique...

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WSVMA DVM: Masterclass Webinar – Tissue Donation in Veterinary Medicine

  |   Continuing Education

Join us Tuesday, August 17, 2021, at 12pm for our webinar Tissue Donation in Veterinary Medicine with Dr. Helen Newman, and sponsored by Veterinary Transplant Services, Inc. The objective of this course is to educate veterinarians and technicians about the importance of tissue donation and patients in need of bone and soft tissue transplants for orthopedics, ophthalmology, and dentistry. It will discuss how advances in medical technology have allowed transplanted tissues to restore many animals to good health and how...

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Pacific Northwest Veterinary Conference 2021 – Registration is open!

  |   Continuing Education, WSVMA News

Online registration is open for this year’s Pacific Northwest Veterinary Conference (PNWVC), taking place virtually October 1-3, 2021. This year, you’ll experience the same high-caliber education you’ve come to expect in a convenient format. And because it’s virtual, registrants can access and view all 150+ hours over the course of the next year. On the Socio platform, you’ll be able to meet with exhibitors, question speakers, reunite with friends, make new acquaintances, network, and most of all, have fun. Register today to...

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New occupational health and safety certificate program

  |   Continuing Education

The Work and Health Traineeship, a subset of the Advanced Practice Environmental and Occupational Health (APEOH) graduate certificate program, is open to individuals with a bachelor’s degree from any discipline who are interested in developing workplace health and safety expertise. Individuals may be eligible for funding by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH). Further information can be found here. Interested participants are encouraged to take a survey to provide thoughts about the program. Participation in this anonymous survey is voluntary. It will take about...

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