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PVM Puts More Life in Lifetime Learning

Learning as a lifetime pursuit is more than just an idea at PVM. Newer initiatives, like the Midwest Regional Iverson Bell Summit, now augment enduring programs like the annual Fall Conference. This special summer issue of the PVM Report focuses on upcoming lifelong learning opportunities for the whole veterinary team. Read more

Certificate Program Created for Diversity and Inclusion in Veterinary Medicine

Purdue Veterinary Medicine will begin offering online certificate programs in diversity and inclusion for all members of the veterinary team, educators, and students starting in September. Read more

Elanco and PVM Partner to Bring New Online CE Topics

In response to growing concern for travel costs and time away from one's place of employment, Purdue Veterinary Medicine (PVM) and Elanco Animal Health have partnered to create the Elanco / PVM Online Continuing Education Series for Industry Veterinarians and Veterinary Technicians. Read more

September PVM Fall Conference Combines Learning and Fun for the Veterinary Team

The veterinary team is the focus of first-rate continuing education and special events planned as part of the 2014 PVM Fall Conference. Read more

Human-Animal Bond Lecture to Focus on Intelligence of Dogs

Best-selling author and psychologist Dr. Stanley Coren will kick-off a week of learning about veterinary medicine at Purdue University with a public lecture Tuesday, September 9, on the topic "How Intelligent are Dogs?" Read more

September 11 Public Lecture Honors K-9 Warriors

On the anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, PVM and Discovery Park are collaborating to provide two special lectures about the power of the human-animal bond in the face of disaster and armed conflict. Read more

Get Outdoors with Dogs and Golf

Whether you like jogging with your dog or golfing with friends and fellow alumni, PVM's Fall Conference week provides opportunities to do both. Read more

Veterinary Practice Management Program Marks 25th Year with September Session

In September, the Veterinary Practice Management Program, which set the standard for business training for veterinary professionals, will begin teaching its 25th cohort of participants. Read more

Are You Ready for Some Football...and CE?!

PVM takes an innovative approach to lifelong-learning this fall with a new offering that's ready made for veterinary professionals who like the idea of faculty collaborating in the classroom before rival football teams clash on the gridiron. Read more

Pet Birds Are Focus of November Symposium

A two day symposium on pet birds November 9 - 10 will feature five experts addressing a variety of topics for veterinarians and veterinary technicians. Read more

Inaugural One Health Lecture and Reception Honors Gordon and Harriet Coppoc

A new PVM tradition will be established in November with the first annual Coppoc One Health Lecture. Read more

PVM Cancer Research Program Marks 35th Anniversary in November

Begun 35 years ago with the vision of studying naturally occurring cancer in pet animals as a means of also helping in the fight against similar cancers in humans, the Purdue Comparative Oncology Program hosts a one day conference Friday, November 14. Read more

Increasingly Popular Horseman's Forum Continues in February 2015

The response of equine enthusiasts to PVM's Horseman's Forum demonstrates the demand for continuing education that targets horse owners and equine industry professionals. Read more

Save the Date - March 1, 2015 - Small Animal Veterinary Technology Symposium

Veterinary Technicians should be sure to mark Sunday, March 1, 2015 on their calendars. That's the date when the Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine will be hosting its first Veterinary Technician Symposium at Lynn Hall. Read more