Take Your Career to the Next Level

Recent veterinary graduates are invited to attend a new conference devoted to veterinarians who have graduated veterinary school from 2010-2017. The AABP Recent Graduate Conference, with the theme Kick it Up a Notch! Take Your Career to the Next Level, will be held Feb. 9-10, 2018, in St. Louis, Mo.

On tap will be 14.5 hours of continuing education divided into general, beef and dairy sessions. Experts in bovine medicine and practice will be on hand to give you the latest information to help you and your practice grow.

View the schedule and register at www.aabp.org under the Conference tab. You must be an AABP member to attend. The conference is limited to 300 attendees.

Register now! The registration deadline is Jan. 15, 2018, or when 300 are registered, whichever comes first. Don’t miss out on this exciting continuing education opportunity!




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