Regional Meetings and CE

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FVTA Regional Meeting & CE

Monday July 25th, 2016
SediVue DX Urine
 Sediment Analyzer: The Complete Urinalysis

This presentation provides an overview of the complete urinalysis including physical, chemical, and sediment evaluations.
We will also highlight current diagnostics available for
automated urine sediment analysis.

Sponsored by IDEXX Laboratories
Latte Luna
2715 Manatee Ave W., Bradenton, FL 34205
630 pm- Association Updates and Dinner
7pm- Presentation by Dr. Bryan Rothlein
1 hour CE

LIMITED SPACE: RSVP By July 20th, 2016 to

The Southeast Veterinary Referral Center (SVRC) in partnership with
Merritt Veterinary Supplies
 will host a CE event:

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

"Eye yai yai: A look at a veterinary technician’s ophthalmic responsibilities”

Presentation by: Robert Swinger, DVM, DACVO and Cherlene Delgado, DVM, DACVO

University of Miami - UM Hurricane Room

1245 Dauer Drive, Hurricane Room 100

Coral Gables, FL 331254

Prepare for dentistry in 2017

with effective & affordable CE

September 18, 2016 – 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Drs. Erin Ribka, Brook Niemiec & staff are happy to provide a full day
of CE to help improve efficacy and efficiency of
dental skills for both veterinarians and technicians.

Pensacola State College

Warrington Campus

5555 West Highway 98

Pensacola, FL 32507


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Online CE Opportunity

Morris Animal Foundation and the National Association of Veterinary 

Technicians in America (NAVTA) Present:
“Veterinary Technician's Guide: 
Understanding the Golden Retriever Lifetime Study”

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Presented by:
Kelly Diehl, DVM, MS, Dipl. ACVIM (SAIM)
Study Specialist, Morris Animal Foundation


Monthly Member meetings are held online at the

VSPN meeting room at 8:00pm on the last Thursday of the month  

Email reminders are sent to all active members



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