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Veterinarian Technician July 2009 (Vol 30, No 7)

AVMA GHLIT Offers CE credit for Pet Insurance Course

    CHICAGO — The AVMA GHLIT has announced approval for a CE credit course on pet health insurance. Veterinarians and technicians who attend the course in person or via a live web-basedcourse will receive one CE credit. The course has been certified by the American Association of Veterinary State Boards (AAVSB) and the Registry of Approved Continuing Education (RACE).

    Pet Insurance 101 is a basic introductory course about pet health insurance. The course is designed to provide veterinarians and veterinary staff with an overview of pet health insurance. The course reviews plan designs, types of coverage, plan exclusions, insurance terminology, how claims are filed and the financial benefits provided to pet owners. It compares the advantages of having pet insurance to other potential funding sources.

    The AVMA GHLIT will be previewing its Pet Insurance 101 course at the American Veterinary Medical Association's Annual Convention in Seattle. The Lunchtime Learning course will be held on Tuesday, July 14, 2009, at noon at the Washington State Convention & Trade Center, room 206. Register online at www.avmaconvention.org or call 800-974-3084.

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