VVMA Winter Meeting 2021

Due to a recent surge in COVID-19 cases, VVMA CE courses will be offered online/streaming.  

 

Need more CE credits or can’t decide what programs to take? 
You can sign up for all four of them and save $$!  You can only register for one live-streamed program per day, but you can register for all four programs on-demand or a combination of live-streamed and on-demand programs.

 

VVMA Winter Meeting 2021 Conference Brochure
February 13-14, 2021
6 CE credits each day
Live-Streaming and On-Demand Learning

Online Registration Instructions
Online Registration

 

Offline Registration Form

 


 
Live-Stream Programming on Saturday, February 13 – 9am to 4pm
 
Feline Urinary and Renal Disease – 6 CE credits
Jessica Quimby, DVM, Ph.D, DACVIM
Updates on Management of Feline CKD 
Updates on Management of Canine Proteinuric CKD 
Identification and Management of Pyelonephritis
Feline Inappropriate Elimination
Frustrations with Feline Idiopathic Cystitis 
How I Approach Feline Anemia

Updates in Small Ruminant Medicine and Surgery – 6 CE credits
Sherrill Fleming, DVM
Selected Surgeries for Small Ruminants
Pain Management in Small Ruminants
Biosecurity for Small Flocks
Updates on Gastrointestinal Parasitism in Small Ruminants
 
Live-Stream Programming on Sunday, February 14 – 9am to 4pm

Making Client Communication Appetizing: Hot Topics and Strategies for Talking Nutrition with Clients – 6 CE credits
Deborah Linder, DVM, DACVN
Why Isn’t the Weight Coming Off? Successful Strategies for Weight Loss
Do I Need A Prescription? Solving Diet Dilemmas in Pets with Medical Conditions
Assisted Feeding Techniques: The Who, Where, Why and How to Feed the Gut
Should Pet Food be DIY? Talking with Clients about Home-Cooking
To Cook or Not to Cook? Pros and Cons of Raw Diets
What’s the Best Pet Food? Talking to Clients about Nutritional Adequacy
 

Equine Smorgasbord from Cornell! – 6 CE credits 
Donkeys are Different! – Erin Goodrich, DVM, DACVPM
Equine Endocrinology Update – Toby Pinn Woodcock, DVM, DACVIM
Equine Asthma and Equine Multinodular Pulmonary Fibrosis and the latest news in Equine Medicine – Barbara Delvescovo, DVM, MRCVS, DAVCIM

All programming will be available on-demand for 30 days after the conference concludes.   

 

 

Program Pricing for Registration Prior to January 29, 2021
Add $10 per registrant service fee for offline registration (see link at the top of this page for offline registration)

# Programs

Members Non-Member
Veterinarians
Non-
Veterinarians
1 Program $150 $225 $100
2 Programs $270 $405 $180
3 Programs $383 $574 $255
4 Programs $480 $720 $320

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Program Pricing January 29 - February 11, 2021
Add $10 per registrant service fee for offline registration

# Programs
Members Non-Member
Veterinarians
Non-
Veterinarians
1 Program $185 $260 $135
2 Programs $333 $468 $243
3 Programs $472 $663 $344
4 Programs $592 $832 $432