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This conference features business topics and continuing education for veterinarians who graduated from vet school from 2010 to 2017.

Recent-graduate veterinary conference set

AABP creates continuing-education and business conference just for newer veterinarians.

The American Association of Bovine Practitioners (AABP) will offer a conference just for recent veterinary-school graduates this winter.

AABP says recent graduates have indicated the desire for more CE on both clinical skills and in practice/employee management, whether they are associates, partners or practice owners. This winter's conference is only available to those who have graduated veterinary school between 2010 and 2017.

The 2018 AABP Recent Graduate Conference, “Kick It Up A Notch, Take Your Career to the Next Level,” will be held Feb. 9-10 at the Hyatt Regency at the Arch in St. Louis, Missouri, and is limited to 300 attendees.

This two-day session will offer 14.5 hours of continuing education, AABP says. The general, dairy, cow-calf and feedlot chairs of the program committee are also recent graduates and are drawing from the needs of their veterinary peers and colleagues.

The sessions cover practical skills, career development and innovative science, says Dr. K. Fred Gingrich II, AABP executive vice president.

Check out the 2018 Recent Graduate Conference program schedule online at http://aabp.org/Recent_Grad/schedule.asp.

Online registration is now open and will close Jan. 15, or when 300 attendees have registered, whichever comes first. You must be an AABP member graduating between 2010-2017 to register and attend. Log onto the AABP website to register under the Conference tab, or go directly to http://aabp.org/Recent_Grad/register.asp.

If you are not an AABP member, you can join at http://aabp.org/store/paydues.asp, then register.

Hotel reservations can be made at https://aws.passkey.com/event/49141749/owner/988/home.

Source: AABP

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