Free On-Demand Texas Veterinarian Virtual Symposium available Sat, Oct 3 - Dec 31, 2020
Texas Veterinarian Virtual Symposium
As leaders in specialty medicine and veterinary continuing education, Gulf Coast Veterinary Specialty, Austin Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Center and MissionVet Specialty & Emergency are proud to host a virtual continuing education symposium for veterinarians during the COVID-19 pandemic.
JOIN US FOR OUR INAUGURAL VIRTUAL SYMPOSIUM!
LIVE Launch October 3 | On-Demand through December 31
This year's brand new virtual event features:
18 hours free CE
Lectures from 12 disciplines
31 speakers from 3 hospitals
Lectures available on-demand for 90 days
Ability to enter to win great prizes!
LIVE LAUNCH OCTOBER 3!
Presentations will be released following a schedule that will provide both structure and options. Follow the schedule or enjoy at your own pace! Once each lecture has aired in its entirety, it will become available on-demand through December 31, 2020.
Industry partners will be available to connect on new products, industry hot topics, and more! There will also be October 3-only opportunities to win great prizes!
NEW! 2-HOUR OPIOID CE REQUIREMENT
Launches October 3 @ 1:45 PM
The lecture, Opioid Abuse and Controlled Substance Diversion: Veterinary Implications, satisfies the new state of Texas 2-hour CE requirement related to opioid abuse and controlled substance diversion, inventory, and security now required every two years to renew a license to practice veterinary medicine. It is approved by the TBVME.
BE A PART OF THE EVENT!
The Radiation Oncology FAQ lecture will feature Dr. Lisa DiBernardi, DACVIM (Medical Oncology) & DACVR (Radiation Oncology) answering questions that have been submitted by attendees.
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A virtual event means no waitlist!
**This event is intended for veterinarians only. We look forward to bringing back our technical staff lecture tracks in 2021!
2020 Veterinarian Symposium - VIRTUAL