Attention all NEDPMS Attendees. Interested in helping come up with the 2018 NEDPMS Agenda and going to AABP in Omaha next month? Come to our planning meeting on Friday morning!
- When: Fri, Sep 15th, 6:30AM (CST)
- Where: Hilton Omaha, Mercer Room (1001 Cass St., Omaha, NE 68102)
- Full breakfast provided
RSVP to Rob Lynch by Sep 7 (hotel needs to know how much food to prepare for us):
The 2017 NEDPMS is approved by the AAVSB RACE to offer a total of 19.00 CE Credits (19.00 max) being available to any one veterinarian. This RACE approval is for the subject matter categories of:
Category One: Scientific using the delivery method of Seminar/Lecture.
This approval is valid in jurisdictions which recognize AAVSB RACE; however, participants are responsible for ascertaining each board's CE requirements. RACE does not "accredit" or "endorse" or "certify" any program or person, nor does RACE approval validate the content of the program.
A lot of information was shared and a lot fun was had at the symposium this year! Mark your calendars, the 2018 NEDPMS will be at the DoubleTree Hotel, East Syracuse, NY on March 23-25.
Dr. Katie Mrdutt leading the Food Armor Phase II Workshop.
Want to participate in the Food Armor Phase II Workshop but you can't complete Phase I before the symposium?
Veterinarians who have not completed a Food Armor Phase I Workshop are welcome to participate in the NEDPMS Food Armor Phase II Workshop. The only caveat being, to complete Food Armor accreditation, veterinarians must complete both Phase I and Phase II workshops along with all post-Phase II requirements.
Interested in participating in a Food Armor Phase I Workshop prior to coming to the NEDPMS where we are holding a Food Armor Phase II Workshop? Countryside Veterinary Clinic in Lowville, NY is holding a Phase I Workshop just prior to the NEDPMS.
Countryside Veterinary Clinic, LLP
7364 Utica Blvd
Lowville, NY 13367
March 16th 10AM-5PM (lunch provided)
Register by contacting Donna Skiff:
The 2017 Symposium will offer the Food Armor Phase II training all day Friday. Participants must already have completed Phase I to register for Phase II. To provide appropriate materials and meals, registration is required.
EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION: February 28th
Registration fee is $375 per veterinarian through February 28th and increases to $425 thereafter.
(NOTE: For a printable registration form you can mail in, please click here.)
Food Armor TM Phase II:
The 2017 Symposium will offer the Food Armor Phase II training all day Friday. Participants must already have completed Phase I to register for Phase II. To provide appropriate materials and meals, please click the button below if you will attend the Friday (all-day) Food Armor Phase II training, as well as the Symposium.
Host hotel "Best-Rate" deadline: February 15th. To assure your best rate on your hotel room, please contact the hotel and book your room no later than February 15th. Click here for more details.
Registration for the symposium is open to veterinarians and veterinary students.
The 26th Annual NEDPMS Planning Meeting
Friday, Sep 16th 6:30AM
The Westin Charlotte – Trade Room (2nd Floor)
Going to this year’s AABP Conference in Charlotte, NC?
Come help put together the next NEDPMS!
Breakfast will be provided
RSVP by Sep 6th (so we know many meals to buy) to Rob Lynch: email@example.com or 607.882.5378
Program Title: 25th Annual Northeast Dairy Production Medicine Symposium
The American Association of Veterinary State Boards RACE committee has reviewed and approved the program referenced above as meeting the Standards adopted by the AAVSB.
"This program 369-25228 is approved by the AAVSB RACE to offer a total of 12.50 CE Credits (12.50 max) being available to any one veterinarian: and/or 12.50 Veterinary Technician CE Credits (12.50 max). This RACE approval is for the subject matter categorie(s) of:
Category One: Scientific
The 25th anniversary Northeast Dairy Production Medicine Symposium program is confirmed. We invite you to review the weekend's agenda here.
As in year's past, students are welcome to attend. Students have long been an integral part of the symposium. Part of the charge for all members to attend includes money to cover student attendance. Students receive the proceedings book as well as all meals and breaks for a low fee. Students take part in the meeting just like any other member. For people in the job market, this can be great exposure to employers and future associates.
NOTE: Registration is limited to 40 students and there are also limits this year on the maximum number of students/school. Preference will be given to more senior students.