Dear Fellow DV Acad. members,
As the 2016-2017 lecture series ends, we can look back and see that it was extremely successful. We had wonderful attendance with some lectures recording record attendances.
The DV Academy strives to give its members the most clinical and up to date academic information that can be utilized at each memberís clinic.
We can look forward to an even better 2017-2018 lecture series, all of which will contain important information that every practitioner can use immediately. At the suggestion of members, the subjects that will be presented in the upcoming lecture series will include:
Feline medicine, Urology, Nonpharmacologic Approaches to Analgesia, Wound Healing, and Spinal Cord Injury, GI & Hepatic Diseases, New Procedures on Surgery, and Cardiology, just to mention a few.
We wish all members a wonderful and fun summer break.
See you in the fall.
DELAWARE ACADEMY OF VETERINARY
June 7, 2017
John Mattoon, DVM, DACVR
Washington State University
- Approaches to Thoracic Disease
- Imaging of the Gastrointestinal Tract
Program Co-Chairs: Ted Robinson and Paula Colletti
Coffee/Tea in the morning
Lunch: soup & a variety of sandwiches (For Vegetarians: vegetarian soup, wraps and vegetarian lasagna), chips, soft drinks, ice cream treats.
Directions to Seminar Venue
Items of Note
Remember: Delaware Valley Academy seminars are open to technicians.
The fee for technicians affiliated with members is $30 per seminar. No preregistration is necessary. The fee for technicians not affiliated with members is $50 and technician students enrolled in accredited vet technology programs can attend for free.
Continuing Education Statements & Membership Renewals
- CE statements will be emailed by Saturday, June 10 for credits earned through the DV Academy since September 1, 2016.
- Please try and renew your 2017-2018 membership early to take advantage of the early registration discount of $40.