Small Animal Veterinary Technicians are Focus of March CE Program

For the second year, Purdue Veterinary Medicine will host the Small Animal Veterinary Technician Specialty Symposium March 6, 2016, in Lynn Hall.  The inaugural workshop this past March proved its value when about 60 attendees showed up, even after the program had to be postponed a week due to the weather.  Lecture topics centered on clinical practice and small animal internal medicine.  The program also included a special “lunch and lecture” open to all attendees with a panel discussion on what it takes to become a veterinary technician specialist.  Coordinated through the Office of Lifelong Learning, the symposium provided attendees with the opportunity to earn up to seven continuing education (CE) credits.  Most attendees cited the event as “extremely valuable,” commenting on the high quality of speakers, practicality of the topics and the great value for the cost.

The 2016 program already is taking shape and promises to be a fitting follow-up to the inaugural symposium.  Save the date of March 6, 2016, and watch for on-line registration to open in November. Click here to view a post-card about the symposium.


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