CVC Kansas City – August 25-28, 2017
The National Veterinary Accreditation Program: Supplemental Training
The USDA National Veterinary Accreditation Program (NVAP) has been updated to help meet the demands of a global market and emerging disease threats. This enhanced program helps strengthen accredited veterinarians’ understanding of their critical roles in the surveillance of foreign and emerging animal diseases as well as increase their knowledge on current animal health issues. Veterinarians will need to pursue APHIS-approved supplemental training to renew their accreditation every three years. With this goal in mind, APHIS-approved supplemental training is being offered at CVC Kansas City. Be sure to check the final program for the complete list of presentation topics.
Cost: Included with Saturday CVC Registration
Kansas State University and University of Missouri
Reconnect with other alumni of Kansas State University and the University of Missouri. Enjoy complimentary refreshments while you network with former classmates and catch up on college news.
Cost: FREE to attendees who are KSU and MU alumni
Christian Veterinary Mission
Christian Veterinary Mission seeks to help veterinarians serve others and live out the Christian faith through their profession — while changing lives and communities by improving the care of livestock and other animals. The CVM is proud to host two functions at CVC Kansas City:
Start your day off right with fellowship!
Put this unique opportunity on your calendar, and wrap up the day with an enriching educational experience.
One Health Innovations:
The Nexus of Human and Animal Medicine
Presented by: Kansas City Area Life Sciences and the veterinary schools of the University of Missouri and Kansas State University
Special Monday Guest Speaker: TBD
Registration: A 50% discount is offered to Registered CVC Attendees, Contact Sharon Newman at firstname.lastname@example.org.