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Ask A DVM: A Professional Roundtable Discussion 10-3-19
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Ask A DVM: A Professional Roundtable Discussion 10-3-19

When: Thursday, October 3, 2019
From 5:30 until 8:00 PM
Where: Midwestern University
19555 N 59th Ave
Bldg: Cactus Wren 240
Glendale, Arizona  85308
United States
Contact: Savannah Moeller

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Registration is now closed but we are accepting walk-ins




This session is recommended for new licensees & students of veterinary medicine


Session Details

Ask A DVM: A Professional Roundtable Discussion will be held at Midwestern University in Glendale on Thursday, October 3, 2019. This unique event is designed specifically for newly licensed veterinarians and students of veterinary medicine. Attendees will have the opportunity to participate in 6 roundtable discussions lead by practicing doctors of veterinary medicine. Each discussion will be 20 minutes long and centered around a specific topic.


Join us for this evening meeting approved for 2 CE hours by the Arizona Academy of Veterinary Practice! 





Thriving in Veterinary Medicine; Client Communication; Common Diseases in Arizona; Work & Life Balance; Job Searching; Finances




GILE Healthcare Real Estate
Hatton Pet Portrait Studio

John Driscoll & Company, Inc.
Medmetrics Compounding Pharmacy
PetWell Partners
ProtaTek Reference Laboratory
RxActuator, Inc.
Zoetis, Inc.




Cancellation Policy: Cancellations on or before 9-19-19 will be refunded. Cancellations received after 9-19-19 will be charged the full amount. No-shows will not be refunded.
Late Registration Policy: Registrations received on or after 9-26-19, will be charged a $10 late registration processing fee. 

**Student members only: A $5 commitment fee is required to attend this event. The $5 commitment fee will be refunded to the registered student  in the form of cash upon arrival at the event. Student registrations are subject to the cancellation and late registration policy outlined above. 
Please call the AzVMA office with any questions.