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ACVS veterinary symposium 2011 - 1-5 Novamber United States

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ACVS veterinary symposium 2011 - 1-5 Novamber United States : News , Conferences and Seminars; The Residents' Forums provide cutting edge clinical research material in a fast paced challenging environment. Get the latest information on practical advanced imaging applications in surgical practice. " src="http://gallery.vetarena.net/image-433.s.jpg" /> Use of Standing CT to Evaluate the Head - Sarah Powell Update on MRI and Arthroscopy of the Stifle - ... ACVS veterinary symposium 2011 - 1-5 Novamber United States


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ACVS veterinary symposium 2011 - 1-5 Novamber United States

ACVS veterinary symposium 2011 - 1-5 Novamber United States

The Residents' Forums provide cutting edge clinical research material in a fast paced challenging environment. Get the latest information on practical advanced imaging applications in surgical practice.ACVS veterinary symposium 2011 - 1-5 Novamber United States
Use of Standing CT to Evaluate the Head - Sarah Powell
Update on MRI and Arthroscopy of the Stifle - Carter Judy Learn how other surgeons handle challenging surgical situations both on and off the podium.
Sometimes what you learn talking with colleagues informally is just as valuable as what you hear in the presentations. Get great deals in the exhibit hall - books, loupes, equipment and more!
Reward your hardworking technicians with an educational and entertaining few days at the Symposium.



Get Your Research Funded!
Dominique J. Griffon, DMV, MS, PhD, DACVS
This presentation is relevant to residents and research advisors seeking introductory skills and practical tips relevant to grant-writing. Although the content of this session is applicable to any grant, the format used as an example is that of ACVS Foundation grants. At the end of this talk, attendees should have a good understanding of the expectations set for each section of a grant and learn tips to convince the review panel of the strength of their proposal.


Get Your Research Published!
Timothy B. Lescun, BVSc, MS, DACVS
The publication requirement of the ACVS residency program can be a cause for delay or failure to qualify to sit the ACVS certifying examination. Publication success is also an essential part of an academic career and a rewarding part of any surgeonís career. This presentation will focus on manuscript development and the review process, particularly as it pertains to residents getting their research published in a timely manner. Helpful tips and common pitfalls to avoid prior to manuscript submission will be covered.


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