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VIN Foundation | Supporting veterinarians to cultivate a healthy animal community | Solutions for the Profession Competition | veterinary essay competition | 3rd Annual Essay Competition 2019 winners

3rd Annual Solutions for the Profession Competition Winners

Third annual essay competition provides veterinary students an opportunity to offer insight into practice consolidation and its impact on the profession

 

Davis, CA: The VIN Foundation is excited to announce the results of its third annual Solutions for the Profession Competition. Three winners were awarded cash prizes to help with educational expenses.

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Thank you for your interest

Thank you for your interest in the VIN Foundation Climbing Mt. Debt resources!

 

Your information has been submitted and you will be receiving an email with your CE certificate within the next couple weeks. If you have any questions please contact us.

 

In the mean time here are some helpful resources:

 

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Climbing Mt. Debt RACE Certificate of Attendance

Thank you for participating in the recent Climbing Mt. Debt RACE approved course with Tony Bartels, DVM, MBA. Please fill out the form below to receive your CE certificate.

 

Course information:

DATE: February 12, 2019
NAME: PRAC300-0219: Climbing Mt. Debt: Navigating Your Veterinary Student Loans and Repayment Options
LOCATION: Labanese Taverna, McClean, VA
CE RACE CREDITS: 2

  1. Submit the form below to receive your CE certificate
  2. Review the Climbing Mt. Debt presentation used during the session
  3. Explore the VIN Foundation Student Debt Center
  4. Stay informed on student loan repayment strategies and updates to the Student Debt Center.
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VECOG Sponsorship Thank You

VIN Foundation | Supporting veterinarians to cultivate a healthy animal community | Veterinary Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group

Thank you for your sponsorship of the 15th Annual VECOG meeting.

 

You will receive an email shortly with your sponsorship receipt. If you have any questions please email us directly.

 

Consistent with VIN Foundation’s donor relationship policy, sponsor agrees that VIN Foundation’s name and logo shall not be used in any manner. Sponsor may freely recognize their sponsorship of VECOG, with no reference to the VIN Foundation.

VECOG Sponsorship

VIN Foundation | Supporting veterinarians to cultivate a healthy animal community | Veterinary Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group

The next VECOG (Veterinary Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group) meeting is scheduled to take place at the New York Marriott Marquis Hotel on Sunday April 7th, 2019.  This meeting draws veterinary oncology allied professionals including medical veterinary oncologists, surgical oncologists, pathologists, and radiation oncologists as well as residents and technicians from Montreal to North Carolina.

 

This will be the 15th year of the VECOG meeting and we typically attract 90-100 professionals to this half-day meeting.  In the last few years the meeting has concentrated on sentinel lymph nodes, personalized medicine, mast cell tumors, melanoma, lymphoma, literature reviews, and transitional cell carcinoma.  This year’s meeting theme is Novel Diagnostics and Therapeutics in Veterinary Oncology, with a keynote presentation by Dr. David Solit from Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center as well as lectures from key opinion leaders in veterinary medicine including Drs. Matthew Breen, Jeffrey Bryan, and Charles Maitz.

 

We have routinely heard from the participants that this meeting reminds them of VCS from many years ago as the lectures are highly focused with a smaller audience to allow for much greater open discussion of ideas and controversies. We are firmly committed to the success of this meeting and very proud of its relevancy and longevity.  In order to bring in high caliber speakers, we rely entirely on the support of sponsors as VECOG does not charge a membership fee nor is there a fee to attend, since our goal is maximal dissemination of the very latest information. We have also heard previously from our sponsors that they feel the ROI from this meeting is high based on the number of professionals present and the access they have to them is superlative compared to many other sponsorship opportunities. We are pleased to offer the following sponsorship opportunities:

 

1.       Platinum level ($5000) includes booth inside main speaking room, 10 minute presentation at start of meeting, and branding placed on VECOG itinerary

2.       Gold level ($3000) includes booth inside main speaking room and 5 minute presentation after one of the breaks

3.       Silver level ($2000) includes booth outside main speaking room where food is served and 5 minute presentation after one of the breaks

4.       Exhibitor level ($750) includes booth outside main speaking room where food is served

 

Consistent with VIN Foundation’s donor relationship policy, sponsor agrees that VIN Foundation’s name and logo shall not be used in any manner. Sponsor may freely recognize their sponsorship of VECOG, with no reference to the VIN Foundation.

Veterinary Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group Meeting

VIN Foundation | Supporting veterinarians to cultivate a healthy animal community | Veterinary Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group

15th Annual VECOG (Veterinary Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group) Meeting

 

Sunday, April 7, 2019
New York Marriott Marquis Hotel

This meeting draws veterinary oncology allied professionals including medical veterinary oncologists, surgical oncologists, pathologists, and radiation oncologists as well as residents and technicians from Montreal to North Carolina. This will be the 15th year of the VECOG meeting and we typically attract 90-100 professionals to this half-day meeting.  In the last few years the meeting has concentrated on sentinel lymph nodes, personalized medicine, mast cell tumors, melanoma, lymphoma, literature reviews, and transitional cell carcinoma.  This year’s meeting theme is Novel Diagnostics and Therapeutics in Veterinary Oncology, with a keynote presentation by Dr. David Solit from Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center as well as lectures from key opinion leaders in veterinary medicine including Drs. Matthew Breen, Jeffrey Bryan, and Charles Maitz.

VIN Foundation | Supporting veterinarians to cultivate a healthy animal community | Resources | Solutions for the Profession Veterinary Student Essay Competition

VIN Foundation Announces 3rd Annual Solutions for the Profession Competition

Third annual essay competition provides veterinary students with an opportunity to shed light on the impact of practice consolidation within the profession.

The VIN Foundation is excited to announce its third annual Solutions for the Profession Competition. The essay competition this year asks veterinary students to share their views on the impact of practice consolidation, both positive and negative on the profession.

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