As part of our ongoing commitment to veterinary education and research, The Veterinary Cancer Center (The VCC) holds two annual continuing education seminars. These seminars are fully accredited through the American Association of Veterinary State Boards and Registry of Approved Continuing Education (RACE). In addition we are in the process of putting together a continuing education series for veterinary technicians.
We all work hard and that sometimes means we do not always having enough time to relax and have fun. For that reason The VCC also comes up with unique and innovated ways for veterinaries and their staff, to connect on a personal level. Check back regularly to see upcoming events and activities.
As a follow up to this year’s CE we will be providing a lecture, “The Future of Radiation Therapy for Your Patients”, on Thursday, May 28th from 6-7:30pm at The Veterinary Cancer Center to a small group of veterinarians. This will enable us to elaborate how stereotactic radiation therapy and IMRT can be beneficial for both your clients and your patients.
The Veterinary Cancer Center (VCC) proudly presents our 9th Annual Continuing Education for Connecticut and New York Veterinarians. This lecture, which focuses on "A multi-modality approach to Nasal Tumors and New Radiation Therapy Options" for 2.0 NY-SED continuing education credits, and for 2.0 RACE CE hours for the State of Connecticut.
Date and Time: April, Wednesday the 29th, 2015 from 6-9pm | Place: Stamford Yacht Club | Cost: Free
Veterinary hospital doctors and support staff are invited to field a team(s) and bring their adoring public to cheer them on as they compete in interactive, intellectual and physical games in the ACF Veterinary Challenge™.
Participating teams will enjoy an evening of fun, laughter and refreshments as they vie for the coveted ACF Veterinary Challenge™ Champion Trophy & Grand Prize, build team pride, forge bonds in the local community and draw public attention to the similarities between pet & human cancer prevention, research and development of effective treatments.
Participant donations go to the Animal Cancer Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to finding a cure for cancer by funding research in comparative oncology, the study of naturally occurring cancers in pets & people.
Trophies and gift prizes awarded as well in these fun categories: Best Team Spirit Trophy, Best Team Name, Best Team Costume Trophy, Best Feat of Strength Trophy, and 1st Runner- Up Points Trophy. Entrants receive event tee shirts!
Date and Time: October 19, 2014 from 1:30 P.M. to 4:00 P.M | Place: The Chelsea Piers CT- 1 Blachley Rd, Stamford CT 06902 | Cost: $300 per team tax-deductible donation
The Veterinary Cancer Center (VCC) proudly presents our 8th Annual Continuing Education for Connecticut and New York Veterinarians. This lecture, which focuses on Palliative Care for Animals with cancer, is being held in association with the Westchester-Rockland VMA (WRVMA) for 2.0 NY-SED/ WRVMA continuing education credits. This meeting is also approved for 2.0 RACE CE hours for the State of Connecticut.
Date and Time: May 7th from 6-9pm | Place: Stamford Yacht Club | Cost: Free
This must attend event is a perfect start to your pre-Halloween weekend. There will be several vendors on hand offering gifts, informative information, seasonal drinks, finger foods and raffles.
This is a free event (donations to the Riedel and Cody Fund are welcome - www. riedelcody. org), but space is limited. To reserve your space use one of the three options below...
Address: 129 Glover Street, Norwalk, CT 06885
Time: 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
10/6/2012 - Veterinarians and the staff of local hospitals are invited to send their best to compete for pride and for glory in the 1st Annual VetOlympics. This interactive and intellectual event will consist of teams of five, and can have more than one team per hospital.
ClicClick here to read more about the VetOlympics and click here is you would like to sign up your hospital.
VetVine® is a growing, global online community for veterinary professionals including veterinarians, veterinary technicians and hospital administrative staffers! The VCC is very privileged to be having Dr. Gerald Post present on VetVine for the following date:
1 hour of cutting edge information about metronomic therapy and its applications in veterinary cancer treatment
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