NEWVMA's 5th Annual Autumn Conference

  • Sat, November 11, 2017
  • 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
  • Liberty Hall, 800 Eisinhower Dr Kimberly WI


  • Registration after 10/26/17. On-site registration will also be open as space allows
  • Discounted registration pricing ($50 off) for limited time only. (Valid through Tuesday Oct 31st with registration code in your email)
  • Member registration if registered by 10/26/17.

    Membership discount applies to NEWVMA Member veterinarians plus the technicians, assistants, managers and receptionists who work with them.

    Non-member veterinarians may contact the NEWVMA Office at to join- receive conference membership rates plus a special 2017-2018 membership deal
  • Non-NEWVMA member if registered by 10/26/17.

Registration is closed
Earn up to 3 hours of CE credits on your choice of topics:  small animal oncology, clinical pathology for veterinary technicians or Johne's disease testing and control

1-2 pm Registration

2-5 pm Afternoon Continuing Education*

5-6 pm Social Hour with Cocktail Dinner (Door prizes will be awarded.  Complimentary hot and cold hors d'oeuvres and drink tickets included with your CE registration, non-registered guests (spouses, friends, co-workers) are invited to attend with a suggested $10 donation at the door for the NEWVMA Scholarship Fund)

*Small Animal Oncology  for the Veterinarian and Veterinary Technician

with MacKenzie Pellin, DVM, DACVIM (Oncology)

  • Diagnosing and Managing the Cancer Patient and Their Person: A refresher on the ABCs of working up a cancer patient and communication tips for connecting with the clients
  • Focus on Cytology: A busy practitioner’s guide to aspiration and interpretation
  • New Drugs and New Uses for Old Drugs: An update on medical treatment options for cancer patients


Practical Clinical Pathology for the Veterinary Technician

with Jennifer Brazzell DVM, MVetSc, DACVP , MRCVS

  • Liquids and Solids- Improve your technique when performing the most frequent in-clinic diagnostics encountered as a veterinary technician: CBC/differentials, urinalysis and fecal analysis


 Large Animal and Small Ruminant Program
  • Current control concepts for Johne's Disease in Cattle and small ruminants- Wisconsin Johne’s Disease Control Program Review and Updates with Elisabeth Patton, DVM, MS, PhD, DACVIM
  • Putting Fecal PCR Testing To Use In Johne’s Control Programs-Current testing concepts for Control of Johne's Disease in Cattle with Dr. Todd Byrem 
  •  What we have learned and changed on the farm due to new Johne's testing concepts with  Dr Don Niles


Thank you to our sponsors!  Zoetis, Fox Valley Animal Referral Center & Green Bay Animal Referral Center, Merck, Elanco, Merial, Midwest Veterinary Supply, Henry-Schein, UW-Veterinary Care, Marshfield Labs, Northstar Lab, Dairy Dreams

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