2019 FALL CONFERENCE & TRADE SHOW INCLUDING WET LABS
Welcome to the 2019 CVMA-SBCV Chapter Fall Conference and Trade Show, featuring 12 CE credit hours of relevant and timely sessions: Emergency and Critical Care, Cannabis, Antimicrobial Stewardship and Zoonotic Diseases, and Dermatology.
New this year is the addition of a Basic and an Advanced Dental Wet Lab pre-conference on Friday November 1, 2019 (4 CE credit hours each)
UPDATE YOUR DIRECTORY INFORMATION NOW
The CVMA-Society of BC Veterinarians Chapter is updating its 2020 Directory of BC Veterinarians. We have hired Canada Summer Jobs youth to assist us with this important task. You will be getting emails and/or phone calls from them (Risham at 604.283.3065 or Gurleen at 604.283.3073). We appreciate your cooperation on this project. If you have any questions or concerns, please call Corey at 604.406.3713.
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What BC Veterinarians Need to Know About Rabies
With the recent human rabies case on Vancouver Island, the number of rabies inquiries and potential exposures reported has dramatically increased across the province.
Implications of Off Label Use of Pest Control Products from our friends at Alberta Veterinary Medical Association This is used with permission directly from Alberta and has not been reviewed by the CVBC.
Prescribing and Dispensing of Pest Control Products by Veterinarians
The ABVMA, in response to questions from Alberta veterinarians, is sharing from Health Canada and has provided this information to the Chapter with permission to reprint.
A document called Distribution of Pest Control Products by Veterinarians From PMRA Health Canada is available by clicking on the title.
Positive Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease in Vancouver
There is a positive Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease in a building in downtown Vancouver. The CVO will be issuing a stop movement and vaccination order for all rabbits in the building. The CVO will issue an information bulletin today about the presence in a pet rabbit in Vancouver.
Health Canada Consultation on the Potential Market for Cannabis Health Products Not Requiring Practitioner Oversight
You are invited to take part in Health Canada’s consultation on the potential market for cannabis health products that would not require practitioner oversight.
OFFICIAL NOTICE OF NOMINATION and NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
This is your official notice of nomination and notice of the 2019 annual general meeting of the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association - Society of British Columbia Veterinarians Chapter.
48th Annual Delta Equine Seminar 2019 on Equine Lameness
All things related to equine lameness diagnosis and therapy. What did we not know about lameness 20 years ago and we do know now!
CFIA: Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease Outbreak in British Columbia (2019)
Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease (RHD) Found on Vancouver Island for Second Year
Several feral rabbits in the Parksville area were found to have died of RHD this week. RHD is a highly contagious, lethal virus that is specific to rabbits. Prior to this week, the last suspected cases of RHD in BC were reported in mid-July 2018.