Upcoming CPD Events

2021 EVENTS 

2021 Texas Veterinarian Symposium
Texas Veterinary Virtual Symposium | Virtual CE
When: 03 October - 31 December 2021
Where: Online

Earn free continuing education online from October 3 - December 31, 2021, including individual tracks for DVMs and Technicians!
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MedVet-390
NEUROLOGY & NEUROSURGERY; OPHTHALMOLOGY; MEDICAL ONCOLOGY
When: 10 October 2021
Where:  Online
Who: Amanda Jurkoshek, DVM, DACVIM (Neurology)Rose Cherry, DVM, DACVORochelle Prudic, DVM, DACVIM (Oncology)
OMG, MUO! A Review of CNS Inflammatory Disease presented by Amanda Jurkoshek, DVM, DACVIM (Neurology).
Canine Corneal Ulcers presented by 
Rose Cherry, DVM, DACVO.
Hipster Oncology: What’s New and Matters to You presented by
 Rochelle Prudic, DVM, DACVIM (Oncology).
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Assisi Animal Health - Acute Pain in Dogs and Cats
When: 13 October 2021
Where: Online 
Who: Alison Gottlieb, BS, CVT, VTS (ECC)
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MedVet-390
SURGERY
When: 14 October 2021, 7-8pm EDT
Where:  Online
Who: 
Jessica Baron, DVM, Diplomate, ACVS-SA
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MedVet-390
TECHNICIAN BOOT CAMP – SUNDAY
When: 17 October 2021, 9.00am - 3.30pm EDT
Where:  Online
Who: 
Dani Merriss, RVT, VTS (ECC, SAIM)Abby Blubaugh, RVT, VTS (Anesthesia)Peggy Metzger, RVTLiza W. Rudolph, RVT, VTS (CP-CF, SAIM)Alice Murtas, CVT, VTS (ECC)Shara Clark, MA, APR

1.  Addison’s Disease: The Great Pretender presented by Dani Merriss, RVT, VTS (ECC, SAIM).
2. To Block or Not to Block: A Guide to Local and Regional Nerve Blocks presented by Abby Blubaugh, RVT, VTS (Anesthesia)
3. Heart Stopping Emergency – CPR: How to Bring Back the Dead presented by Peggy Metzger, RVT.
4. Diabetes Mellitus presented by Liza W. Rudolph, RVT, VTS (CP-CF, SAIM).
5. THC Intoxication: Goodbye Snoopy, Hello Snoop Dogg presented by Alice Murtas, CVT, VTS (ECC).
6. Leveraging LinkedIn presented by Shara Clark, MA, APR

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Beyond the Job: Career Paths for Veterinary Technicians/Nurses

When: Friday 20th October 2021, 12pm CDT
Where: Online
Are you a career technician thinking of making a change? Veterinary technology and nursing are more than “just a job” it’s a career with many options. Register now for our next live Think Anesthesia® event, Beyond the Job: Career Paths for Veterinary Technicians/Nurses.
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I'm Feline fine
Assisi Animal Health - Euthanasia Without Pain: It Can Be Done
When: 26 October 2021
Where: Online 
Who: Kathy Cooney, DVM
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CANZ Conference-545
When:   28-29 October 2021
Where:  Atura Wellington
   24 Hawkestone Street, Thorndon, Wellington
'Towards A Good Life' will explore the key components of A Good Life for New Zealand companion animals, the barriers to A Good Life being achieved and how these barriers can be overcome. Welfare has moved on from simply removing pain and suffering - how can we provide an enjoyable life for animals?
With a variety of world leading speakers from UK, Australia and New Zealand, this conference promises to be a highlight of the year.
There are limited tickets (at only $75 early bird!) for our full day conference and half day workshop. If COVID-allows this will be held in beautiful Wellington - why not stay for the weekend?
We are determined this conference will go ahead and will host it online over two half-days if required.
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Pet Poison Helpline
RETRAIN YOUR BRAIN! FUN TECHNIQUES YOU’RE GOING TO DO STARTING NOW!

When: Thursday, November 4th,12:00pm – 1:00pm CST
Where: Online
Who: Adam Christman, DVM, MBA

It has been said that changing your mindset changes your life. And that is more true in veterinary medicine than ever before. This FUN session will have you standing, moving, laughing and learning. Learn simple strategies to help enhance your growth mindset both at work and at home. Be a better veterinarian, colleague and friend to those around you!
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Pet Poison Helpline
SEIZE THE DAY: TOXIN DIFFERENTIALS IN THE ACUTELY NEUROLOGICAL PATIEN
When: Tuesday, November 9th, 12:00pm – 1:00pm CST
Where: Online
Who: Holly Hommerding, DVM, DABT

This presentation will explore a myriad of differential diagnoses and toxins that may be considered in the acutely neurological companion animal patient. As we pair clinical signs to potential toxins in helping to build the differential diagnosis list, we will also discuss appropriate diagnostic tests and symptomatic and supportive care measures recommended in the management of these cases.
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Other than the CPD Accredited Courses, the views and information expressed in any continuing education that is advertised on the NZVNA website do not necessarily represent those of the NZVNA, and  the NZVNA does not endorse any products or services advertised,The NZVNA is not the source of the information provided by the learning provider and has not independently verified the truth of the information. It does not accept any legal responsibility for the truth or accuracy of the information contained in the course material that you are provided with. The NZVNA does not accept any liability whatsoever for the contents of these courses or for any consequences which may result from the use of the information contained herein or advice given herein. The provision is intended to exclude the NZVNA and its staff from all liability whatsoever, including liability for negligence in the publication or reproduction of the materials set out herein.
 

 
Disclaimer:
Other than the CPD Accredited Courses, the views and information expressed in any continuing education that is advertised on the NZVNA website do not necessarily represent those of the NZVNA, and  the NZVNA does not endorse any products or services advertised,The NZVNA is not the source of the information provided by the learning provider and has not independently verified the truth of the information. It does not accept any legal responsibility for the truth or accuracy of the information contained in the course material that you are provided with. The NZVNA does not accept any liability whatsoever for the contents of these courses or for any consequences which may result from the use of the information contained herein or advice given herein. The provision is intended to exclude the NZVNA and its staff from all liability whatsoever, including liability for negligence in the publication or reproduction of the materials set out herein.