After launching in 2014, WVC’s On The Road continuing education (CE) program is back with new programming, cities and subject matter experts. Kicking off in Oklahoma City on Saturday, April 25, WVC’s On the Road series will offer six RACE-approved CE credits to veterinary professionals during day-long courses held in four cities across the country.

“We were extremely pleased with the turnout for this new program in its inaugural year last year and we are looking forward to expanding into new cities in 2015,” says David Little, CEO of WVC. “With WVC’s long history of providing high quality continuing education, veterinary professionals trust our organization to provide relevant and varied content in ways that fit into the everyday lives of these busy professionals. On The Road is a program designed specifically to achieve that.”

Individual registration fees are $90 in advance and $115 at the door, with breakfast and lunch included. Both veterinarians and veterinary technicians are eligible for the events, which run from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Registration is open for all events and can be completed online at wvc.org/ontheroad.

WVC On The Road: 2015 Events

Oklahoma City: Practical Surgery Tips You Can Use Day One

Saturday, April 25

·         Featuring Daniel Smeak, DVM, DACVS

·         Renaissance Hotel Oklahoma City Convention Center, Hotel and Spa

Memphis: Small Animal Gastroenterology: What's New in Diagnosis & Treatment

Saturday, May 2

·         Featuring Michael S. Leib, DVM, MS, DACVIM (SAIM)

·         Fogelman Executive Conference Center

Salt Lake City: Updates in Canine and Feline Gastroenterology for the General Practitioner

Saturday, Aug. 22

·         Featuring Todd Tams, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM)

·         Marriott Salt Lake City Center

Indianapolis: Small Animal Dermatology: What's New in Diagnosis & Treatment

Saturday, Oct. 24

·         Featuring James Noxon, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM)

·         Marriott Indianapolis Downtown

To learn more about the annual conference or the variety of other programs available, visit wvc.org.