Welcome to the all-new Vetlearn

  • Vetlearn is getting a new home. Starting this fall,
    Vetlearn becomes part of the NAVC VetFolio family.

    You'll have access to the entire Compendium and
    Veterinary Technician archives and get to explore
    even more ways to learn and earn CE by becoming
    a VetFolio subscriber. Subscriber benefits:
  • Over 500 hours of interactive CE Videos
  • An engaging new Community for tough cases
    and networking
  • Three years of NAVC Conference Proceedings
  • All-new articles (CE and other topics) for the entire
    healthcare team

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  • Registration for new subscribers will open in September 2014!
  • Watch for additional exciting news coming soon!
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Veterinarian Technician December 2009 (Vol 30, No 12)

Editor's Letter — Taking It Digital in 2010...

by Tracey Giannouris, MA, Executive Editor, Carrie White, Nyssa Reine

    That's right—we're going digital (and green) in 2010! What does this mean, you ask? Well, for starters, it means that Veterinary Technician® will publish monthly online at our new Vetlearn.com site. The journal will continue to be peer reviewed and provide the high-quality content that you have known and trusted for nearly 30 years.

    Now here's the exciting part of our transition to digital: digital gives you more—more content; more CE; more peer-to-peer interaction, including online instructional step-by-step videos; Q&A forums with key opinion leaders and experts in the field; practice management analytic tools; and an online veterinary community—all in one central location and backed by our editorial team and advisory board of experts.

    All of us here at Veterinary Technician and Vetlearn.com are committed to meeting the growing educational and practice management needs of you, our readers, and are energized about our new online presence at Vetlearn.com.

    This is your final print issue, so I urge you to go online today and register or update your profile at Vetlearn.com. Sign-up is FREE to all veterinary professionals.

    All of us here at Veterinary Technician wish you a safe, healthy, and happy holiday season and look forward to seeing you online in 2010!

    NEXT: Final View — Not a Creature Was Stirring