CE Events and Workshops

Veterinary Business Management Fall Summit

VBMA Fall Summit Workshop

Purdue University
October 24 - 25, 2015
Lynn Hall, 625 Harrison St
West Lafayette, IN 47907

Saturday, October 24, 1:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Sunday, October 25, 8:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Goal: Join us for a weekend at Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine for a chance to network with fellow veterinary students, veterinarians and veterinary professionals. Don't miss our incredible speakers give lectures on topics such as:

  • Practice Financial Health for Owners & New Associates

  • “It’s Deductible!” What Does that Mean?

  • Why Can’t We All Just Get Along!? The Top 3 Rules Every Doctor Must Know to Help You Motivate Employees and Thrive with Colleagues!

  • They Call It Practice…Don’t They?

  • Climbing Mt. Debt: Veterinary Student Loans and Repayment

Note: This conference is intended for veterinarians, veterinary technicians, practice managers and owners, and veterinary students.

For more information about the lectures, click here (PDF).

Online registration is now open. Registration costs $25 for students and $40 for practitioners / veterinary professionals. After October 8, 2015, a late fee of $15 per registration will be added for both groups.

This summit features networking opportunities with meals provided, six hours of continuing education (CE) credit for veterinarians and veterinary technicians and seven hours of BCP credit for VBMA members. Speakers include Tony Bartels, DVM, MBA; Mary Beth Leininger, DVM; David McCormick; Dani McVety, DVM; Paul Pion, DVM; Lance Roasa, DVM. Click here for travel information.

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Coppoc One Health Lecture

Coppoc One Health Lecture


Dr. Greg Gray, MD, MPH, FIDSA from Duke University

Wednesday, November 4th

4:30 p.m. Lecture
5:30 p.m. Light Reception

Location: 1136 Lynn Hall
625 Harrison St. West Lafayette, IN 47907

This lecture is open to the public. One Continuing Education (CE) Credit available.

No registration necessary to attend this event!


Topic: Modern Livestock Production and Novel Influenza Virus Generation: Are the Benefits Worth the Risk?

Many argue that modern livestock production methods have never been better. In the United States and in other developed nations we produce some of the world's safest and least expensive beef, pork, and poultry products. These techniques are being adopted worldwide to meet the protein needs for the world's growing human population. Yet, the production methods have been associated with the generation and spread of novel influenza, a virus which causes disease outbreaks in both animals and man. Dr. Gray will briefly review the current situation and argue that a One Health approach to mitigating these zoonotic disease risks is the way forward.

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Horseman's Forum

Purdue Veterinary Medicine Horseman's Forum

February 6, 2016

Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine

West Lafayette, IN

Online registration will open November 2015.

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Small Animal Veterinary Technician Specialty Symposium

Purdue Veterinary Medicine Small Animal Veterinary Technician Specialty Symposium

March 6, 2016

Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine

West Lafayette, IN

Online registration will open November 2015.

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