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09-06-2008 - World Veterinary Congress
World Veterinary Congress
Posted by: JimEdwards on Jun 07, 2008 - 04:16 PM
Register for the Congress and book Hotel Accommodations on-line now!
You can register for the following items through the online form:
Congress Registration including Accompanying Guests
Hotel Accommodations (9 properties to choose from - 4 already SOLD OUT)
Social Events & Optional Tours
Canadian Association for Laboratory Animal Medicine (CALAM) Wetlab
Visit the Congress website for information on Registration Fees and available Hotels including student housing.
For detailed information about these Wet Labs, please visit the Congress website at
Saturday, July 27, 2008
Diagnosis & Treatment of Ear Diseases Seminar
Presented by: MedRx
The lecture is an informal presentation for the practicing veterinarian by Louis N. Gotthelf, DVM based on clinical cases. Numerous photos and examples of ear diseases are shown with an explanation of what can be done in the ear.
Space is limited! Register now.
Small Mammals - Basic Techniques
Presented by: Canadian Association for Laboratory Animal Medicine (CALAM)
Registration Fee: $250 (Enrollment limited to 20 participants - only 10 spots left)
Participants can register through the main Congress Registration form.
CONTINUING EDUCATION (CE) CREDIT
American Association of Veterinary State Boards (AAVSB)
Registry of Approved Continuing Education (RACE)
This program was reviewed and approved by the AAVSB RACE program for continuing education.
Number of Hours of CE for Veterinarians: 21.00 (maximum for one veterinarian: 21.00)
Number of Hours of CE for Veterinary Technicians: 21.00 (maximum for one veterinary technician: 21.00)
The Scientific Committee has put together an exciting program for Congress participants. Please visit the website to view the Final Program (including abstract presentations) and Invited Speakers for WVC 2008.
OPTIONAL TOURS & SOCIAL EVENTS
Vancouver, Canada is a beautiful and inviting city. Situated on our West Coast it has the Pacific Ocean at its foot and the grand Coastal Mountains at its back. The city itself offers unlimited opportunities for visitors to relax, dine, shop or participate in a host of adventure activities, such as: whale watching, salmon fishing, ocean kayaking, mountain climbing, sight seeing and much more.
The Organizing Committee has put together an exciting Social Program including the Welcome Reception*, Opening Ceremony* and Closing Ceremony Banquet.
*inclusive with Full Registration and Accompanying Person Registration
to view the Optional Tours & Social Events available during the Congress.
Book your Optional Tours & Social Events through the online registration form.
FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT THE CONGRESS WEBSITE AT
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