VIN Foundation resources on VIN

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VIN Foundation | Supporting veterinarians to cultivate a healthy animal community | Technology by VINVIN Foundation resources are available to all veterinarians and veterinary students at no cost. There are three VIN Foundation resources behind VIN security, made possible through Technology by VIN.

 

 

ACCESS:

This special VIN Foundation access lets pre-veterinary students, veterinary students, and veterinarians without a VIN account into an isolated area of VIN without access to VIN tools, content, or community.

 

 

RESOURCES BEHIND VIN SECURITY:

 

 

Apply Smarter Message Board

 

The Apply Smarter Message Board is a helpful forum on VIN (Veterinary Information Network) available with special VIN Foundation access. This access type lets pre-veterinary students discuss applying to veterinary school with veterinarians, veterinary students, and fellow pre-veterinary students in an isolated area of VIN without access to VIN tools, content, or community. Have questions about a certain school? Perhaps you’re pondering the financial side of the process? Or maybe you’re already accepted — congratulations! — and wondering what the next best steps are. You even have the ability to post your questions anonymously in this area! If you already have a VIN membership you may login here, or you may create a free VIN Foundation access account.

 

 

Student Debt Message Board

 

The Student Debt Message Board is a helpful resource for veterinary students or veterinarians looking for help with their veterinary school student loans. This folder’s purpose is to help you (and other VINners) improve your ability to navigate your student loan repayment options.

 

 

Getting Through the Day

 

A free Continued Education course for new veterinary school graduates, Getting Through the Day helps new and recent grads looking for practical guidance as you venture into the unpredictable world of small animal general practice. It may also serve as a review for more experienced practitioners or as an introduction for those transitioning from other practice areas.

 

 

Getting Through the Night

 

A free Continued Education course for new veterinary school graduates, Getting Through the Night is primarily aimed at the new graduate who is faced with ER work, although any veterinarian may benefit from it. The bare essentials of common small animal ER cases are covered with an emphasis on real-world techniques, tips and tricks to get you (and your patients) through the night unscathed!

 

 

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