Friday, July 28, 2023
Banner Elk, North Carolina
Wildlife will show up, whether you’re ready or not! Why not be ready? The North Carolina Wildlife Medicine Symposium is designed to enhance care techniques for veterinarians, veterinary technicians, and staff to best assist injured and orphaned wildlife patients that may come through their doors. Speakers are seasoned experts in the fields of avian, exotic, zoo, and wildlife medicine. Lecture topics include tips for the general practitioner, anesthesia 101, bandaging of common injuries, and zoonotic diseases that wildlife often carry, including a rabies update in North Carolina. Several cases studies will also be included. Seven (7.0) hours of RACE-approved continuing education are provided for veterinarians and veterinary technicians, but anyone interested in wildlife medicine is welcome to register. Lunch is included.
Earn seven hours of RACE-approved continuing education credit while learning from expert practitioners!