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Don Low/CVMA Practitioner Fellowship

Expand your knowledge and skills!

The Donald G. Low/CVMA Practitioner Fellowship program, a joint activity between the California Veterinary Medical Association (CVMA) and the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine, is designed to meet California practitioner needs not available within residencies or other current programs. It is specifically intended for California practitioners.

  • Earn 72 continuing education credits
  • Improve your skills and learn new ones
  • Plan your own 20-day specialty program (does not have to be one block of time)
  • Progress at your own pace
  • No tuition or student fees

Share valuable experience directly with UC Davis students, residents, and faculty as you expand your knowledge and skills.

The application deadline for the 2019-2020 academic year is May 20, 2019.  Interested veterinarians may contact Jan Harlan, School of Veterinary Medicine, 530.752.9963, jdharlan@ucdavis.edu, or find details online in January 2019 at vetmed.ucdavis.edu/CE/about/don_low/index.cfm.

 

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