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WVC Annual Conference 2024

Feb. 18-21, Las Vegas


With a theme of "It's time to vet differently," the event from Viticus Group will offer innovative active learning opportunities, Vegas-style entertainment and other game-changing elements.

The WVC Conference will feature four full days of educational opportunities, including more than 25 hands-on labs with veterinarians and technician's needs in mind.

Attendees can earn up to 37 continuing education hours without additional purchase, choosing from more than 850 CE hours.

Based on the preliminary program, session highlights include:

  • Small animal: simple fractures the GP might choose to manage, chronic kidney disease in cats, dietary management in chronic canine GI disease, approach to arrhythmia diagnosis, cutaneous manifestations of internal disease and management of infectious disease outbreaks in animal shelters. 
  • Avian and exotics: triage for fish patients and water quality for fish practitioners. 
  • Equine: stress fractures in the pelvis and scapula, common equine periodontal and endodontic conditions, equine rescue and emergency preparedness and foot pain and advanced diagnostic imaging. 
  • Food animal: building the immune response, bovine anaplasmosis and umbilical disease in calves.
  • Practice management: exploring practice software, unleashing the power of AI and the art and science of building a positive practice culture.  

$96 registration available for a limited time. Learn more on the event website: https://www.viticusgroup.org/wvc-registration

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