Please review the Virginia Board of Veterinary Medicine's Guidance Document 150-11, Guidance for Continuing Education (CE) Audits and Sanctioning for Failure to Complete CE. This document includes which topics qualify as CE in Virginia.
Final determination of the acceptance of a program is up to the individual state licensing authority. Visit to locate the detailed CE license renewal requirements for your state veterinary board.

Treating Canine Allergic Dermatitis: What Works?

Join Dr. Amelia White on October 19th 7-9pm and earn up to 2 hours of CE Credit. Dr. White will discuss a case-based presentation of common canine dermatologic disorders and their treatments.

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Participate in Mentor Day, Career Fair, advertise and interview students for available positions at your clinic, celebrate with classmates and colleagues, earn CE credits, and much more. CE program features alumni speakers in small and large animal tracks for total of 6 CE credits.
Please note, registration for the in-person Career Fair portion of Connect 2022 will close on August 31.

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For questions about these events please contact Dr. Cassie Wagner at

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