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The Midwest Veterinary Conference will be held February 23-26, 2017, in the Greater Columbus Convention Center (Ohio). Dr. Rachel Touroo will be discussing several veterinary forensics topics. Drs. Phil Bushby and Brenda Griffin will be presenting information related to The Association of Shelter Veterinarians’ 2016 Veterinary Medical Care Guidelines for Spay-Neuter Programs. There will be 27 CE hours within the Shelter Medicine track plus 6 CE hours designed for humane agents. Other tracks that may be of interest to shelter veterinarians include Behavior, Public Health, and Small Animal Medicine. Keep an eye on the following website for updated and detailed information: http://mvcinfo.org/registration/dates.html 


Mark your calendars to join us in Las Vegas, March 5-9, 2017 for the Western Veterinary Conference!  Save up to $45 when you register before October 31, 2016! The ASV CE committee has planned another great line-up of shelter medicine continuing education tracks, including sessions on management of a variety of medical emergencies in the shelter, diagnosis and management of heartworm disease in shelters, and compassion fatigue. Up to 12 hours of RACE-approved continuing education in shelter medicine practice (over 1,000 CE hours for the conference) will be available. Visit the conference website at www.wvc.org  for more details and registration information.


Enroll now for Compassion Fatigue Strategies Online CE Course through the University of Florida.