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Case Study Presentation: How To

INTERESTED IN PRESENTING AT THE AAEVT ANNUAL CONVENTION?

Members of the AAEVT are invited to submit Case Studies for consideration for presentation during the 15th Annual AAEVT Annual Convention in Denver, Colorado – December 7-10, 2019.

All final case studies must be submitted by November 1, 2019 and adhere to the following Instructions for Presenters.

WHAT IS A “CASE STUDY”?:

A case study examines a specific medical event, modality, or procedure in order to communicate the practice, outcomes, trends, and means for understanding an important and unique medical case with greater clarity.

Some questions that may help you to identify a case for study may be:

  • Does the case represent an unusual or atypical method or procedure?
  • Does the case provide important insight for a common problem seen in practice?
  • Does the case challenge and offer a counter-point to prevailing practices?

Case studies presentations are to inform and educate peers and industry professionals on the details and outcomes of unique and interesting cases.

IMPORTANT DATES FOR SUBMITTING YOUR CASE STUDY:

 

  1. Letters of Intent must be submitted to the AAEVT President-Elect, Nicole Bone (nbone@roodandriddle.com), by July 15, 2019. This Letter should also include both a Summary and an Outline of the proposed case study.
  2. A review of your Letter of Intent (and Summary & Outline) will be carried out by the AAEVT Executive Board and you will be notified by August 1, 2019, if your case study has been considered for presentation at the 15th Annual Convention.
  3. A Rough Draft of your case study presentation must be submitted to the AAEVT President-Elect, Nicole Bone (nbone@roodandriddle.com), by September 1, 2019.
  4. The Final Letter of Acceptance for those participants who have had their papers selected for presentation will go out on September 15, 2019.
  5. Deadline for submitting final Case Study for presentation & publication is November 1, 2019.

A FEW KEY POINTS:

 

  1. Presenters must have been directly involved in the case being presented, not just in observation of.
  2. Letters of Intent and Final Case Studies (including pictures, charts, etc.) must be approved by both the attending DVM and horse owner(s).
  3. Case Study Presentations are limited to 20 minutes and must be able to be presented within that time allowance.
  4. Selected case studies will be printed in the 2019 AAEVT Proceedings and presented at the 2019 Annual Convention. Presenters will receive complimentary registration and a Speaker Honorarium.

ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS:

  • Presenters are expected to take all precautions to protect the privacy of the patient and owners.
  • If your presentation references the use of a compounded pharmaceutical, please be certain that you are familiar with the FDA guidelines on the use of compounded pharmaceuticals and that the product you reference is in compliance.

QUESTIONS?

If you have any questions regarding preparing and submitting papers, contact 2019 AAEVT President-Elect Nicole Bone at nbone@roodandriddle.com

Academy Of Equine Veterinary Nursing Technicians (AEVNT)

Q: What is the AEVNT?

A:  The AEVNT is the Academy of Equine Veterinary Nursing Technicians. This Academy was created by members of the AAEVT in 2009. The Academy was created to enable equine veterinary technicians with a focus in nursing to become recognized as a specialist in their field.

Q: Is the Academy a school that I can attend?

A: No, the Academy not a school, specific location or course. Membership to the Academy can only be achieved through acceptance of the application and passing the examination provided annually.

Q: When am I eligible to apply for the AEVNT?

A: Requirements for application to the AEVNT are as follows; you must be a credentialed veterinary technician, must have a minimum of 3 years (5000hrs) of work experience with 75% (3750 hours) working within the specialized area of equine veterinary nursing and must have been credentialed during that time which must also be immediately proceeding the application time. An applicant must fulfill the basic skills associated with equine nursing. Membership in AAEVT and NAVTA is not required; however is strongly encouraged.

Q: How do I start?

A: All the info about the Academy can be found on their website (http://www.aevnt.org/). Details on the application process are  available under the “apply” tab. This includes all the current application deadlines, forms and application checklist.
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