CE Calendar

2022 ACVIM Forum

June 23-25

TVMA has partnered with the ACVIM for the 2022 ACVIM Forum taking place in Austin from June 23-25. TVMA DVM Members receive a 15% discount so contact membership@tvma.org for details. 

As the largest veterinary specialty organization, the ACVIM offers high-quality, specialist-level educational content you won’t find anywhere else. Come experience three days of engaging live sessions delivered by expert speakers, face-to-face interaction with veterinary professionals from around the world and access to the latest industry products and services in the Solutions Center. 

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VVMA Summer Seminar 2022

June 23-26


June 23-26, 2022
Isla Grand Beach Resort 
South Padre Island, Texas
22+ hours of CE

New this year Technician Seminar Saturday June 25th offering 7 hours of Tech CE!

Come join us for some CE and some beach time. The fishing tournament is back this year! Visit our website myvvma.org for the complete schedule and to register. We hope to see you all back again this year. If you have any questions please email or call 956-428-4002.

House Bill 2850 and What It Means for Handling Online Reviews and Comments

May 31

Texas recently passed HB 2850, which provides some protections to veterinary professionals in responding to comments and discussions made in online forums. TVMA is offering two opportunities to hear the latest updates on this issue, the safeguards it entails and guidance for handling interactions with clients in online forums. Instructor, Caitlin DeWilde (The Social DVM) will lecture and answer questions on what this piece of legislation means to you as practitioner. These webinars are exclusive to TVMA members, offer 1.5 CE credits and are at the discounted rate of $30. 


Webinar Dates/Times
Tuesday, May 31• 12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
&
Thursday, June 23 • 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.

REGISTER TODAY!

House Bill 2850 and What It Means for Handling Online Reviews and Comments

June 23

Texas recently passed HB 2850, which provides some protections to veterinary professionals in responding to comments and discussions made in online forums. TVMA is offering two opportunities to hear the latest updates on this issue, the safeguards it entails and guidance for handling interactions with clients in online forums. Instructor, Caitlin DeWilde (The Social DVM) will lecture and answer questions on what this piece of legislation means to you as practitioner. These webinars are exclusive to TVMA members, offer 1.5 CE credits and are at the discounted rate of $30. 


Webinar Dates/Times
Tuesday, May 31• 12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
&
Thursday, June 23 • 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.

REGISTER TODAY!

James Steele Conference on Diseases in Nature Transmissible to Humans

The conference will be conducted virtually on June 7 and 9, 2022. There will be a maximum of 11 TBVME-approved CE hours (10 hours in the clinical category and 1 hour in the practice management category) available for veterinarians and Licensed Veterinary Technicians.  For details, visit the DIN website at Home | James Steele Conference on Diseases in Nature.  If you have questions, contact the conference co-chairs: Dr. Eric Fonken at 512-776-2155 or eric.fonken@dshs.texas.gov and Bonny Mayes at 512-776-2888 or  bonny.mayes@dshs.texas.gov.

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