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Handson participants at the inaugural Veterinary Technician Symposium Oquendo Center
<p>Veterinary technicians at the inaugural&nbsp;Veterinary Technician Symposium at the Oquendo Center earned continuing education credits within four program areas: practice management, emergency and critical care, anesthesia, and dentistry.</p>

Creating an Event for the Underserved Vet Tech

The mission of WVC, a provider of high-quality continuing education to veterinary professionals, is to educate all veterinary professionals, but creating a symposium that would be affordable enough for veterinary technicians was a challenge. Here&rsquo;s how they made it work.

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