CCRP, CERP and Friends Reunion in Charleston

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Join us for an unforgettable evening at the CCRP, CERP and Friends Reunion in Charleston! This is agreat opportunity to relax and network with fellow researchers after the ACVMSR congress. Date: April 28thLocation: Poogan’s Courtyard (12 Cumberland Street) Timeline:o 7:30 pm: Welcome drinkso 8 pm: Datablast – We’re looking for 10 researchers to present their latest findings or case studies in a captivating and entertaining way. Be creative! Remember, you have a tight 2-minute deadline to impress the audience. The winners will be determined by the audience’s votes and receive prizes. Don’t miss this great chance to showcase your research skills and creativity.o 8:30 – 11 pm: Dinner party with delicious South Carolina food and beverages, music, and dancing Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity! Space is limited, so register now to secure your spot. Toregister, please contact us at Do you have any questions regarding the datablast or event? – We’re more than happy to assist you and look forward to an unforgettable evening.

Veterinary Rehabilitation Academic Education Goes Global

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The Veterinary Academy of Higher Learning (VAHL) has become the exclusive global marketing andeducation partner for the Certified Canine Rehabilitation Program (CCRP) , the Certified EquineRehabilitation Program (CERP) and the Certified Canine Fitness Trainer (CCFT) as well as all other vetrehab programs developed by internationally recognized academic experts and practitioners of theUniversity of Tennessee, Knoxville. VAHL has successfully grown and established the international market for the University of Tennesseeveterinary rehabilitation courses over the past 17 years, starting with the introduction of the CCRP inEurope in 2005. The new partnership, which went into effect July 1, 2022, expands to include the UnitedStates and Canadian market in addition to Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia/NZ, Middle and South America,making it a worldwide approach. “Together, our high standard of continuing education courses taught by internationally leading experts,who not only do the research and publishing but also actively work in this field, will allow our studentsto become the most sought-after rehabilitation specialists in the world,” said Dr. Beate Egner, VAHLchief executive officer. “Being a veterinarian myself, it is my utmost desire to best serve and help the veterinary community bycombining state-of-the-art science with modern teaching methods, interactive tutorial books, andongoing coaching support,” Egner added. The CCRP …

VAHL Newsletter - Let's Keep Moving - 31

VAHL Newsletter 31

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VAHL NEWSLETTER – Let’s Keep Moving – 31. To a wonderful group of dedicated professionals.
We hope you had a relaxing Easter Break. Welcome back!