Meeting Update: April 6
Julie Fischer, DVM, DACVIM
- Chronic Kidney Disease
- Acute Ureteral Obstruction
- Prostatic Diseases of the Dog
- Glomerular Diseases
- Incontinence & Urine Retention
Suzanne Cavadel and
|Food for Thought|
- Roast Beef/Roasted Potatoes
- Vegetarian Entrée
- Green Beans
- Assorted Rolls/Butter
- Ice Cream Specialties
DC Academy Board Volunteers Needed
We will be having nominations for board members at our April seminar. We are in need of a volunteer for vice president (6 year commitment) and director (2 year commitment). For directorship, outside of providing input on issues that are brought before the board (e.g. creation of scholarships), there is not much of a time commitment for the position. The vice president becomes president and that entails drafting a few newsletter items and presiding over 3-4 board meetings during the presidential year. Please contact Larry Koffer if you are interested in becoming the vice president. Without volunteer input, the DC Academy cannot continue as it has for 60 years.
Remote Viewing Sites
Please remember that we have many simulcast sites open to DC Academy members. The sites are located in the following towns: Dover, DE; Annapolis Junction, Baltimore, Bowie, Frederick, Gaithersburg, Rockville, and Waldorf, MD; Leesburg, Richmond, Winchester, and Yorktown, VA; Morgantown, WV; DC Academy members may attend at no charge at simulcast sites, but members must pre-register by sending an email with their name and site they wish to attend by 5:00 pm Monday prior to the seminar. The intention of setting up group viewing simulcasts is to foster the collegial nature of our seminars. If you have any questions about the simulcasts, please contact Larry Koffer or 703-733-0556.
Practice Management Series
Our practice management seminar series resumes on May 3 with Dr. Karen Felsted, MS, DVM, CVPM, CPA, presenting on Key Trends in Veterinary Medicine: What you need to know to be successful in the future; and concludes on May 31 with Shelley Johnson, MS, CVPM, training specialist, presenting on Inventory & Marketing in the Patient-Focused Practice. Get more information and register
Technician Seminar Series
The 2016-2017 DC Academy Technician Seminar Series continues on April 5 with a presentation on Emergency Medicine/Critical Care. Technicians may register at the door for the individual seminar at a cost of $65. The seminar is on Wednesday, April 5 and will be presented by David R. Liss, LVT.
- ECG Basics
- Cheap ER Blood Tests
- Critical Chemistries
- Critical Clinical Pathology
Graduates of Virginia-Maryland RCVM Alumni Luncheon on May 4, 2017
The DC Academy will host an alumni luncheon for graduates of VMCVM. The luncheon will take place during the noon hour of the May 4, 2017 DC Academy seminar on the lower level of the Elks Lodge. The luncheon is free of charge for any VM CVM Alumni. The guest fee has been waived for the seminar and luncheon for VMCVM grads. If you have not already done so, please RSVP to the DC Academy office or by phone at 703-733-0556 if you plan on attending the VMCVM luncheon.
Job Board Postings
In order to expedite the placement of classified notices on the seminar bulletin boards and on the classified section of the website, please email your notices prior to the seminar. This insures the correct wording is on both the bulletin board and the website. We will not be able to accept notices for immediate posting during the seminar.
One third of our sponsors will be exhibiting at the April seminar in Fairfax at the Elks Lodge and we will have mini DC Academy LED flashlights at all sponsor exhibit tables at the Elks Lodge only.
April 6 Urology Seminar
The seminar on April 6, 2017 is on Urology and will be presented by Julie Fischer, DVM, DACVIM, of Veterinary Specialists.