May 20th, 13.
Zoetis (formerly Pfizer Animal Health) would like to extend an invitation to you, your fellow technicians, and veterinarians at your practices to attend a FREE equine CE webinar event! On Tuesday May 28th, Zoetis immunologist Dr. Vic Cortese will be presenting the topics of “Using the Immune System to Maximize Equine Health and Performance” and “Serologic Responses to Commercial West Nile Vaccines”. Each webinar will be offered at 12pm and 7pm EST and are worth 1.5 CE credits each. I have attached the webinar invitation and recent West Nile virus Serologic Response Technical Bulletin for you as well. Registration for the online CE webinar(s) can be completed at: https://register.eventstrack.com/zoetis/Public/ListPrograms.aspx?BusinessUnitID=47 .
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To promote the health and welfare of the horse through the education and professional enrichment of the equine veterinary technician and assistant. Learn more about AAEVT »
The American Association of Equine Veterinary Technicians and Assistants (AAEVT) is a sister organization to the AAEP and is a separate professional non-profit organization. Membership in the AAEVT is open to all veterinary technicians, assistants, and support staff with an equine interest AND those employed in the veterinary health care industry worldwide. Student membership is available for those currently enrolled in an AVMA/CVMA accredited program of veterinary technology. The AAEVT offers equine oriented CE courses focusing on all aspects of equine practice and geared towards the needs, experience levels and interests of all members.
Membership is $60 for U.S. and Canadian members. Student membership is $25, and International membership is $70. You are invited to join at any time during the membership year. Your membership is valid for one year from the date you renew or join.
New for 2012: If you renew your membership on line before the expiration date, your renewal fee will be $45 for U.S. and Canada and $55 for International. Applies to full memberships only.
"Veterinary technology is the science and art of providing professional support to veterinarians. AVMA accredits programs in veterinary technology that graduate veterinary technicians and/or veterinary technologists.
A veterinary technician is a graduate of a two- or three-year AVMA-accredited program in veterinary technology. In most cases the graduate is granted an associate degree or certificate.
A veterinary technologist is a graduate of a four-year baccalaureate AVMA-accredited program in veterinary technology.
Veterinary assistant: The adjectives animal, veterinary, ward, or hospital combined with the nouns attendant, caretaker, or assistant are titles sometimes used for individuals where training, knowledge, and skills are less than that required for identification as a veterinary technician or veterinary technologist.