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Spring Newsletter available now

 

Your AAEVT Spring 2018 Newsletter is available for download HERE or can be read online HERE. Includes a Message from our President, info on submissions for the Champions of the Cause Award, a great article about Disaster Preparedness from a member on the ground during the 2017 fires in Southern California, recap of our Northwest meeting in Idaho, plus much more!

 

 

Kentucky Anesthesia Society Event FULL, but many more events still to come in 2018!

 

Registration is closed for our June Anesthesia Society meeting at Rood & Riddle Equine Hospital, as all of the spaces have been filled. We will be using the wait list, in first-come order, if there are any cancellations.

 

BUT...we have four additional educational events remaining this year, including:

  • A half day of Anesthesia at our NEAEP wet labs in September, plus lectures on Shockwave and radiographic positioning.
  • Registration for our meeting in coordination with VTAT at TEVA in August is already open.
  • We are putting the finishing touches on our multi-day event at New Bolton
  • San Francisco is the site for this year's Annual Convention in December and it's sure to be another great conference!

Find more details on all of these Events HERE on our CE Bulletin

 

    

 

 

 


Deadline Extended: Spring Scholarship for Online Certificate Program

 

The April 1 deadline has been extended to June 30, 2018. This scholarship is intended to assist veterinary technicians, assistants, practice managers, and students, who are employed by a licensed Veterinarian or enrolled in an AVMA/ CVMA accredited Veterinary Technology Program, in being able to enroll in the AAEVT Online Equine Certificate Program, as well as complete the courses or attend the required AAEVT Regional Symposium and wet lab to complete the program. 

 

Download the application form HERE

 

Learn about our other Scholarships HERE

 

 

May "Tech Tip"

 

AAEVT members have sent us clever, useful and tried-and-true tips that are used routinely in their practices. Let's share!

 

Tech Tip #1: "Sweeten up the Meds"

From Nebraska Equine Veterinary Clinic in Omaha, NE:

 

“Mix sugar free jello and water into oral medications for a more palatable and easier treatment. Works well with top-dressed medications as well.”

 

Do you have a unique protocol or ingenuous strategy that you would like to share with your peers?

Send your “Tips” (and a few pictures!) to Rexann Morison, AAEVT Secretary, at rexannmorrison@yahoo.com


 

 

Industry News:

   

Champions of the Cause nomination deadline July 13, 2018

 

Two veterinary technicians/assistants will win all-expense paid trips to the 2018 AAEVT Annual Conference during the AAEP convention in San Francisco, California, be featured in the winter issue of EquiManagement magazine and each veterinarian nominator will win $1,000 for his or her clinic. How’s that for a Win-Win award?

 

Info and Nomination Form HERE



Ignoring Compassion Fatigue Can Be Bad for Business

Employers who help staff cope with emotional trauma also help their practices:
No member of the veterinary team is safe from a particular kind of emotional trauma common among professions dominated by compassionate, caring people wanting to ease the suffering of others, according to Katherine Dobbs. 
Full article here. 

Merck Animal Health Introduces Updated Equine Influenza Vaccines

 

Merck Animal Health announces the availability of the next generation of influenza-containing vaccines for horses. Available in the PRESTIGE® line of vaccines, the new influenza strains represent the most current equine influenza protection available.
Read more here 


Ethics: Avoiding practice pitfalls on social media

 

Establishing an ethical standard for you and your employees is an important step toward preventing lost resources, breaches of confidentiality and conflicts of interest, as well as protecting the practice’s reputation. Read more from this ethics feature here.


Access ASPCA funds to provide veterinary care to horse owners

 

Join Vet Direct Equine Safety Net, the pilot partnership between AAEP, Zoetis and ASPCA, to help support horse owners in your community who are unable to afford vet care. Learn more about this partnership here.

 

Equine Disease News: EIA, EEE, EHM & EHV-1

 

For the most up-to-date information regarding recent outbreaks, quarantines and quarantine releases please refer to the EDCC website.


Sign up for email updates from the EDCC here.


AAEP Updates Bio-security Guidelines

 

Modern Equine Vet: Although large outbreaks...garner all the headlines, every facility that houses horses, especially of they are involved in breeding, boarding or competition, should be practicing good bio-security measures.  Read more here.



   

 

Archived Hoof Beats:

April 2, 2018 - Phoenix Meeting Recap

February 22, 2018 - Call for Case Studies

February 7, 2018 - Event Calendar Updates

January 20, 2018 - VNI Survey Results

December 19, 2017 - Happy Holidays

December 02, 2017 - AAEP Recap

 

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