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The Hope Center invites you to join us for Facets: A Veterinary Continuing Education Symposium. These events cover a wide variety of topics and are completely free to attend.
The next session of Facets will be held March 9 and March 10 at George Mason University.
Thank you to our sponsors!
Recap of our 2012 Event
Facets was held on March 11, 2012. This event built on the success of past events, offering more choice in CE, a new, amazing venue and a track for technicians. The event hosted over 300 veterinary professionals at The Mason Inn at George Mason University.
What is “Facets”?
We believe this is just a beginning. Like crystals growing piece by piece, our goal is to expand this event in scope and breadth every time we present it. Future events will explore other areas of veterinary medicine, technical care and the running of a veterinary service. We will continue to bring in outside speakers to supplement our own and add to the range of disciplines. We will partner with other services and groups to provide the best experience possible for attendees. And most of all, we will listen to the feedback of our referring community to provide the education that they are seeking.
We want each Facets symposium to be as useful as possible for every attendee. That’s why we have crafted this event as a multitrack experience. With this layout, veterinarians and technicians can create their own unique CE day by choosing which course interests them most with new choices every hour.
Each technician presentation is geared towards the practical, hands on job of a veterinary technician. Veterinarian lectures tend to be more scientific. However, technicians are quite free to attend veterinarian lectures if they so choose. Unfortunately, veterinarians do not receive any CE credit for attending technician lectures. (Please note: The above “schedule” is for explanation purposes only – a complete schedule will be available closer to the event date)
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