SeaVet – Veterinary Clinical Training (June 4-13, 2012; University of Florida, College of Veterinary Medicine).

SeaVet – Veterinary Clinical Training (June 4-13, 2012; University of Florida, College of Veterinary Medicine)

Gainesville, FL, USA – One position is still available for the SeaVet Clinical Training, an intensive nine day course designed to teach veterinary medical students and veterinarians through didactic lecture, case-based problem-solving and practical experience. The program also features an educational and interactive hands-on training. This is a three credit professional class through the University of Florida. Academic credit will only be granted to University of Florida veterinary students.

Continuing education credits may be earned by veterinarians. This course has a maximum of 25 allowed by the state of Florida. If requested, a form will be provided at start of the course to keep track of your hours.

One space is available at the vet student rate; please register at The fee is for veterinarian or vet student.
Registration Fee includes: the course, a dolphin interaction program, six lunches, daily refreshment breaks, transportation to/from field trip sites, and course materials.
· Veterinary Student Registration Fee (after April 2, 2012) – $435.00

For More Information:
Mike Walsh, Program Organizer
University of Florida /College of Veterinary Medicine
PO Box 100136 /Gainesville, FL 32610-0136
Phone: 352-294-4948 /Fax: 352-392-8289

Shelby Sowder, Course Registrar
UF/IFAS / Office of Conferences & Institutes (OCI)
PO Box 110750 / Building 639, Mowry Road Gainesville, FL 32611-0750
Phone: 352-392-5930 /Fax: 352-392-9734
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