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Event Calendar 2018

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    Learning Centre

Otics Focus Webinar with Debbie Simpson

available on line now

 


 


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Feline Anaesthesia Evening - 
Peter Pascoe, BVSc DACVAA DECVAA

Jurox were very lucky to have Professor Peter Pascoe, from University California, Davis, present an evening on Feline Anaesthesia in Hamilton, NZ. He graciously allowed us to record the presentation, and make it available for you online.

You can access the recording at this web address http://www2.jurox.com/e/135371/nz-FelineWebinar/2y4fzr/106917128 .

If you view the webinar and then complete the quiz that is linked to the page, you will go into a draw to win one of two cardiology stethoscopes. You will also make yourself eligible for 2 NZVNA CPD points, which we will send to you in the two weeks following taking the quiz. We will close the competition on the 30th of March, 2018, and draw it the following week


 



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How to use alpha-2 agonists with confidence in your clinical practice
Online webinar
When: 29 August  2018 8:00 PM AEST
Cost:   Free
Eligible for 1 CPD point


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Grow your workplace profitability: building positive work relationships & managing team conflict
 

Workplace conflict in veterinary practices is not uncommon. The hierarchical nature of veterinary teams, with people from diverse backgrounds and different life experiences, and the veterinarian-client relationship can be sources of potential conflict in the workplace. However, it doesn’t have to be all negative.

When:    11-25 September,
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Format: 2 weeks online learning from 11–25 September including a
  ONE day interactive workshop on Tuesday 18 September)
Where:     Wellington
Contact:     Hannah Schrader - vetlearn@vets.org.nz
 
   CPD points - 9


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Companion Animal Conference 2018 - Human Behaviour Change for Animals

When:  17-19 September
Where:  Auckland

Download brochure,   or
View website for further details
 

 
WSAVA
 
WSAVA/FASAVA 2018
When:    25 – 28 September 2018
Where: Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
 
Submit your abstract and present your work at WSAVA/FASAVA 2018!
 
Abstract Submission Deadline: 27 February 2018

For more information visit www.wsava2018.com
 

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ONLINE International Veterinary Nursing Conference

2 - 4 October 
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Reproduction in Small Animal Practice

Duration: 4 weeks commencing Sunday 11th November
Course Fees: $350AUD
Live tutorials

CPD HOURS - 20 | RACE Submitted for Approval

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Wildlife Society of the NZVA Conference
Dunedin: The Wild South!

Our conference brings together the diverse groups who work with wildlife in the clinic and outdoors through talks, a field trip to the rugged Otago Peninsula and workshops

When: 
23-25 November 2018
Where: 
Otago Museum

419 Great King St
North Dunedin

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Register

 
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Canine and Feline Behaviour - Understanding and improving emotional health in your patients - 
Speaker Sarah Heath



When:  27th February 2019
Where: Unitec Institute of Technology
Cost:    $495 + GST (Earlybird, closes 18/1/19, then
             $695 + GST


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Practical Skills in Critical Care for Nurses
When:   16th June 2019
Where:  Unitec, Mt Albert, Auckland
Cost:     $495

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9th World Congress of Herpetology

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When:   5-10 January 2020
Where: Dunedin
Details:  www.conference.co.nz/wch2020



 

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