NEWVMA Autumn Conference & Banquet

  • Sat, November 16, 2013
  • 2:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Tundra Lodge Conference Center and Waterpark, 865 Lombardi Avenue, Green Bay WI 54304
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Registration

(depends on selected options)

Base fee:
  • Registration open to all interested parties. 3 hours of CE credit provided for veterinarians and technicians who attend.
    Cost is $65
  • This program is geared towards the veterinarian who diagnoses and treats small animal cardiology patients, but is open to all interested parties. 3 CE credit hours provided for veterinarians and technicians who attend.
    Cost is $65
  • This option is for those NOT attending the afternoon CE. If you are attending CE, you can add on a banquet dinner option under your CE registration.

    Meal availability may be limited for registrations made after 11/13 but you may still register for the CE.

    Banquet/Keynote Speech is a special members only event. Open to NEWVMA veterinarians, their co-workers and family. 1 CE credit hour provided to attending veterinarians and technicians.
  • By invitation only from the NEWVMA Office.

Registration is closed



Large Animal CE Program
3 CE Credit hours with UW-Extension Agent Amy Stanton, and WVMA Representatives including Dr. Bob Leder will focus on large animal welfare issues including ethics, legislation and client communications.

1. Helping Your Clients Discuss and Prevent Welfare Issues on the Farm
2. Managing Down Cows
3. Large Animal Welfare: The Science, the ethics and the legislation- Panel Discussion

Small Animal CE Program
3 CE Credit hours with UW-SVM Cardiologist Dr. Stepien will focus on helping our canine patients from diagnosis to treatment as well as reviewing guidelines from the ACVIM consensus statement on heart failure classification.

1. Tips for Reading Radiographs in Coughing Dogs
2. Diagnosis and Staging of Canine Heart Disease: Deciding When and What to Treat
3. Treating Canine Congestive Heart Failure: As Easy as ABCD

Evening Banquet and Keynote Speech-Compassion Fatigue: The Cost of Caring 
Special Member Benefit- Family style dinner with 1 CE credit hour earned with our keynote speaker, Katherine Dobbs,CVT and Certified Compassion Fatigue Educator. 

Take some time to socialize and network with others in the veterinary profession as well as learn about compassion fatigue, an issue that affects those in the veterinary profession as well as their families. Significant others and spouses are invited to the NEWVMA Banquet and Keynote Speech. 

*Note Meal availability may be limited for registrations made after 11/13.  Also it is a member-only invitation to the evening banquet and keynote speech is extended to NEWVMA member veterinarians as well as those they work with (technicians, assistants, managers, receptionists) plus their guests.  Please contact the NEWVMA office at info@newvma.org if you are uncertain if this applies to you.

              

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Your family is welcome to swim and splash in the indoor waterpark while you earn CE credits.  Complimentary passes can be picked up at the registration desk the day of the event.  Limit 4 passes per registered attendee while supplies last.


 





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