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Lindsay Howard

Katrina Lafferty

 Kristin Spring 

   

Heidi Reuss-Lamky

 Susan Burns

 Brenda Feller

Kristin Cooley

 Kim Spelts

 

Watch for this NEW multi-modal CE program from the ESAVS to take place in the US!
VETERINARY TECHNICIAN CERTIFICATE
IN PRINCIPLE TECHNIQUES OF
SMALL ANIMAL ANESTHESIA,
PERIOPERATIVE ANALGESIA & CRITICAL PATIENT CARE

Brenda Feller, CVT, RVT, VTS (Anesthesia / Analgesia)



VSPN CE Course TECH238-0514: Tame That Cat! Get a Better Handle on Feline Anesthesia

Jody Nugent-Deal, RVT, VTS (Anesethsia / Analgesia) and (CP - Exotics)


VSPN CE Course TECH248-0715: Basic Exotic Small Mammal Nursing

VSPN CE Course TECH237-0314: Anesthesia for the Reptile Patient


VetMedTeam

EXOTIC MEDICINE: DISEASES AND DISORDERS OF COMPANION ANIMAL EXOTICS.
This is a comprehensive class that covers rabbits, ferrets, guinea pigs, chinchillas, rats, sugar gliders and hedge hogs. We do cover some anesthetic techniques as well. This is a case based class and is RACE approved. It is on-demand so you go at your own pace. 

ESAVS - The European School for Advanced Veterinary Studies

The multi-modal program presented by the European School for Advanced Veterinary Studies offers an advanced level of continuing education (CE) and training for any veterinary technician in the private or institutional setting.  The link and course is currently taught only in Europe and only in German.  (This program has been endorsed by the ACVAA)

The University of Florida Veterinary Technician Internship Program is a specialized internship for veterinary technicians wanting to focus in either Anesthesia or Emergency Medicine & Critical Care. The program is designed to offer the technician the opportunity to increase knowledge and gain experience in a specific discipline. We are accepting one intern for Anesthesia and one intern for Emergency Medicine & Critical Care. Candidates must be a graduate of an AVMA accredited Veterinary Technology program. Experienced technicians that are credentialed (certified, registered or licensed) will also be considered. Candidates are required to submit an application with a letter of interest, a resume, two letters of professional reference (DVM, Credentialed Veterinary Technician, or Practice Manager) and documentation of credentials. Application packets are available in the fall of each year with the internship selections being announced the following spring. Internships last for one year starting in the summer. There will be core rotations, as well as elective rotations. The veterinary technician interns will be scheduled on overnight rotations, as well as weekends and holidays. Rotations will last from 1-4 weeks.

Please visit http://smallanimal.vethospital.ufl.edu/contact-us/careers/veterinary-technician-internship-program/ for details!