CVC Kansas City: Your chance to network

CVC Kansas City: Your chance to network

Learn outside the classroom setting.
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Aug 05, 2009
By dvm360.com staff

With CVC Kansas City right around the corner—Aug. 29 to Sept. 1—it’s time to get excited about CE again. After all, with more than 650 hours of clinical education to choose from, you're bound to find tailor-made programs for you and your entire team. But while the new diagnostic cardiology or neurology workshops may have caught your eye, don't overlook the networking potential that CVC Kansas City offers.

CVC Kansas City provides you with the perfect opportunity to problem solve and exchange ideas with colleagues from near and far. Whether you pose your question within a seminar, grab a cup of coffee and brainstorm at one of the open discussion tables set up around the convention, or sit in on an Ask the Expert luncheon, you’ll be sure to make headway on your toughest quandaries. At the very least, you’ll make professional contacts. And, who knows, maybe you’ll meet potential candidates for open positions at your practice.

Click here for more information on CVC Kansas City networking events, like Lee Ann Womack’s concert or the Brews and Barbecue Tour.

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