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VETERINARY TECHNOLOGY CONTINUING EDUCATION SEMINAR

Hematology Essentials: CBC Review & Blood Film
Evaluation

 

Sponsored by PVMA & Zoetis. Hosted by Johnson College

Dr. Holly M. Brown DVM, PhD., Ms. Jessica C. Wilson-Hess MS, CVT and Dr.
Rosemary M. Cook CVT, PhD. will provide a dynamic day-long seminar that will
include lectures, case scenarios & a wet lab.

Topics that will be covered include:
•“CBC’s and Blood Smear Evaluation: what you know can make a difference.”  A case based approach on the importance of hematology evaluation.
•Hematology Wetlab: how to make a diagnostic smear and tips on evaluating.

•Tick Transmitted Diseases

Who should attend?
Veterinary Technicians, and Veterinarians.

Credit hours?
Credit hours are six (6)– pending approval via PVMA

When is the presentation?
Sunday, April 26, 2015
Time: 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
8:00am – 8:30am (registration & coffee)
8:30am – 12:30pm (seminar & mid morning snack)
12:30pm – 1:30pm (lunch provided)
1:30pm – 4:30pm (wetlabs & seminar)

Where do I go on campus?
Registration is in the Moffat Building Cafe.

How much is this presentation?
Fee is $90 per person or $80 for Johnson College Alumni.

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