Registration Opening October 1, 2021
Join the MVTA for LIVE and ON-DEMAND VIRTUAL CE
Did you see our speaker lineup?!
We have the Dr. Andy Roark, Anesthesia Nerd – Tasha Mcnerney, Skinni Go Live – Walter Brown, Dr. Carolyn Brookfield, Nutrition VTS – Robyn Saar, Clinical Pathology VTS – Brianne Bellwood and we have brought back, by popular demand Dr. Jennifer Loewen and Dr. Ashifa Virani!
Starting November 23, 2021 and through to March 24, 2022, we will be bringing you 19 hours of incredible virtual CE right to your home. Cannot make the event…do not worry! We will be recording each session and will have them available for you to watch on-demand until June 30, 2022. In addition, you only need to register and pay a ONE TIME fee to receive access to all of our sessions. The cost for members is ONLY $200! Students are $100 and DVM/non-members are $250. Taxes not applicable.
Register NOW by completing the form below.
Once you have registered, please check your email as you will be receiving instructions on how to participate. Should you have any questions, please contact us at [email protected]
We are excited to bring you these hours of CE and from a huge cast of speakers! To find out more about our speakers, details about their talks, click the button below.
Meet Our Speakers
Dr. Andy Roark, MS, DVM is a practicing veterinarian in Greenville SC and the founder of the Uncharted Veterinary Conference. He has received the NAVC Practice Management Speaker of the Year Award three times, the WVC Practice Management Educator of the Year Award, the Outstanding Young Alumni Award from the University of Florida’s College of Veterinary Medicine, and the Veterinarian of the Year Award from the South Carolina Association of Veterinarians.
The Essential Guide to Enjoying Vet Medicine: Discovering & Rediscovering Joy (2 CE) – November 30, 2021, 7:00pm CST
It’s not enough for you to make it through the day. You should enjoy what you do, and you should enjoy it for the long term. The Essential Guide to Enjoying Vet, Medicine is a lecture on finding meaning in medicine, establishing clear boundaries, and putting your needs above your clients’ so that you can provide care for as many animals as possible for as long as you want.
● Learn the 4 keys to thriving in the long term in veterinary medicine – or anywhere
● Learn 5 tips to survive and thrive through imposter syndrome