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NAVTA News
November 15, 2011

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Western Veterinary Conference

WVC 2011

 

Western Veterinary Conference provides comprehensive continuing education to veterinary professionals in a world-class destination - Las Vegas, the entertainment capital of the world. International authorities and emerging speakers present state-of-the-art hands-on labs in a comfortable environment. WVC is an interactive educational opportunity and networking event for the progressive veterinary community.
 
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Sponsor: WVC
Renewals
NAVTA Annual Conference
Surveys


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Renew for 2012! 

 

It's that time of year again - time to renew your NAVTA membership for 2012! Renewals must be received by Jan. 1, 2012 to avoid missing out on NAVTA member benefits! Visit the NAVTA website to fill out an application today!

For those that renew before December 1, 2011, you will receive a 25% off your first purchase at the NAVTA Online Store in 2012!

Come to the NAVTA Annual Conference this weekend! 

 

There is still time to register for the  NAVTA Annual Conference! On-site registration is available! It will take place this weekend, November 18 - 20, 2011 in Washington, D.C. The event is RACE-approved for 9 hours of CE for technicians. A complete schedule of events is available here. Online registration is available on the NAVTA website. Email info@navta.net for additional information. We hope to see you there!

Help with These Surveys!

   

Julie Legred, Companion Animal Parasite Council Board Member, is seeking help and input for her 2012 sessions at NAVC and WVC titled "Top 20 Questions on Fecal Diagnostics". Help her in getting the answers you need.

 

To complete this survey, click here.  

 

The Academy of Veterinary Technicians in Clinical Practice (AVTCP) is conducting a survey and needs your help. The purpose of this survey is to identify those tasks and associated knowledge, skills and abilities necessary for a veterinary technician to practice in the clinical setting.

 
To complete this survey, click here.