Event Calendar 2017

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Free Dental Webinar - Dental Radiology: The next step in the dental revolution or what lies below

Presented: Dr Craig Hunger BVSc
Date: Monday 31 July 2017
Time: 7.30pm
Duration: 1 hour


The Tell TAIL Signs of Aging: Cognitive Dysfunction


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NZVNA Annual Conference -
4th and 5th August 2017 - Heritage Hotel, Auckland

Join us to celebrate 25 years of NZVNA

With special guest speaker
Professor David Church, BVSc PhD MACVSc MRCVS, The Royal Veterinary College

David is the Vice-Principal (Learning and Student Experience) at the Royal Veterinary College. He is an internationally recognised specialist in disorders of the endocrine system in dogs and cats. David’s current research interests include the underlying mechanism for the development and resolution of diabetes mellitus and the use of clinical data collected from general veterinary practices to enhance understanding and consequently improve both the health and welfare of animals and translational medicine opportunities.

The speaker for the Hills Breakfast at conference has been confirmed as:
Dr Annabel Roberston and the topic is "Update in the management of renal patients"

CPD Hours- 13 for both days

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Workplace Wellbeing Workshops 2017

Session 1. Mental Health and the Workplace (1.5 hrs)
Session 2. Building Resilient Teams (1.5 hrs)

Dates and Venues:
Otorohanga 11th Aug, 1.00pm – 4.30pm (both sessions)
Hamilton 10th Aug, 1.00pm – 4.30pm (both sessions)
Tokoroa 16th Aug, Session 1: 10.30am -12pm and Session 2: 1.00pm – 2.30pm

Cost: $200 per person excld GST (both sessions)
Contact: isabel.bennett@vitae.co.nz to secure a booking.


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Equine Nurses CPD Evening - Topics: Nursing Care for the Equine Neonate, and Wound Management for the Equine Patient

Speakers: Dr. Jenny Sonis, DVM, DACVIM; Dr. Alanna Zantingh, DVM, DACVS; both registered specialists

Date: Wednesday 16 August
Time: 4:30-7:30pm, includes dinner and one free drink
Venue: Onyx, Cambridge (70 Alpha St)
RSVP: by 11 August to Sophie Gosselin

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The purpose of this program is to provide an opportunity to learn about, experience and participate in wildlife management and health interventions in free roaming wildlife populations in Africa

RACE approved 20 CPD points


Dates: 21 August to 3 September
            27 August to 9 September
10 -24 September


Radiographic Techniques in Small Animal Practice


Vomiting? Diarrhoea?
Make it stop now! Nutritional solutions for these frustrating problems.


Demystifying Clinical Pathology – For Vet Nurses



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