The FVTA supports NAVTA's Veterinary Nurse Initiative 

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During these crazy times, NAVTA would like to share with you information about why Employee Assistance Programs (EPA) are so important for veterinary hospitals.  The link below will take you the NAVTA Wellbeing page, where the links to the articles are at the very top of the page.  There are only two articles at this time but this will be a four part series so stay tuned!  The NAVTA Wellbeing Task Force worked together with Today's Veterinary News and the Veterinary Hospital Managers Association (VHMA) to creat this series.  We hope you will share this information with your membership.  Now more than ever, our veterinary teams need support and assistance


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Highlights of Comparative Hematology:

An Introduction

Whether you want to brush up your hematology skills, be amazed at the similarities (and differences!) in hematology among all species, or just sit back and relax and learn something new, you must join our first webinar which will be presented by Nicole Stacy, DVM,  Dr med vet, DAVCP.  Dr. Stacy is internationally recognized for her expertise in clinical pathology of avian, exotic, and wildlife species and is frequently found teaching hematology at national and international conferences. We are proud to have her as part of our team of adjunct professors that lend their expertise to our lab service.  This will be her first of several webinars on hematology.

Our webinar series will be held the second Wednesday of every month from 4-5pm EST.  There is no charge to attend and you do not need to be a client of our laboratory service.  Once you register, you will receive notifications of upcoming webinars and reminders when the recorded sessions will be available on our website.  Participants of the live session will receive a certificate of attendance. Feel free to pass on this invitation to others. 

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White Oak

White Oak Conservation Veterinary Technician Internship

The Veterinary Technician Internship, at White Oak Conservation, is an extended opportunity that provides a post-graduate, continuing education opportunity for certified veterinary technicians intending to work in the zoo and wildlife field. The internship will provide extensive hands-on experience working clinically with a wide variety of exotic species within an AZA certified zoological setting with highly respected veterinary staff.

For more information regarding this opportunity click the professional training link below.


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