Become a CaRVTA Member
Saturday & Sunday, February 9-10, 2019
Gladys Valley Hall, UC Davis
(Also available via live webinar from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. PST)
Earn up to 16 hours of CE credit
View program schedule (pdf)
Our two-day Winter Conference is back for 2019, and we have an exciting program this year! We are thrilled the Canine Medicine Club is featuring Dr. Stanley Marks who will provide two keynote note lectures on canine esophageal and swallowing disorders.
In addition to small animal canine medicine track, a livestock track will feature lectures on antimicrobial stewardship among several others. Dr. Jamie Peyton has organized an entire track dedicated to the latest updates on integrative medicine. We will also feature topics that have clinical trials ongoing here at UC Davis as well as a three-hour program for those interested in neurology. A special session on bee medicine and bee keeping will also be offered. Furthermore, special pricing is available to the general public who wish to attend only these bee keeping sessions.
Due to several requests, Dr. Arzi will be offering feline dental lectures and a laboratory this year. The laboratory has limited enrollment so register early!
Register Now (full event registration link)
Register Now (FARM Club | Beef Producer track only registration link)
Register Now (Bee Keeping and Management track only registration link)
Choose between several tracks featuring topics on:
• Small Animal Canine Diseases, Dermatology & Clinical Trials
• Integrative Medicine (includes topics on small animal, equine, livestock and more!)
• Livestock Medicine & Farm Club/Beef Producer Track
• Canine Dentistry lectures and workshop
• Bee medicine and bee keeping!
For more details about this program, please visit our website. If you have any questions, please contact the UC Davis SVM CE office (530-752-3905 or email@example.com).
California Registered Veterinary Technician Association
1017 L Street Suite 389 Sacramento California 95814 916-244-2494 firstname.lastname@example.org