The WVC Conference is fast approaching and bluedoor is excited to be a part of such a wonderful event. We look forward to meeting with our authors, adopters and so many dedicated veterinary technician educators!
Please visit us at our booth – 720. There will be a drawing for a $50 Amazon Gift Card, so be sure to enter for your chance to win!
At our booth, we will be showcasing many publications, some are hot off the press and others that will hit the shelves soon!
Check out new titles recently published in 2019.
Practical Math for Veterinary Technicians by Marianne Tear, MS, LVT and Susan Burcham, DVM
Learn your own best method for mastering medical math with Practical Math for Veterinary Technicians. This student-focused, user-friendly guide has been created to meet the needs of today’s veterinary technology students and instructors. Written by experienced veterinary technician educators, this comprehensive textbook features math fundamentals, calculations, and conversions, as well as many examples and practice problems. The tone of this book is intended to speak to the student. Math can be intimidating; the textbook should not be.
Practical Pharmacology for Veterinary Technicians, Third Edition, has been completely updated to meet the needs of today’s veterinary technology instructors and students. Written by experienced veterinary technician educators, this comprehensive textbook features practical applications of formulas and calculations, expanded discussions of pharmacologic processes, and in-depth coverage of concepts students need to know to pass the VTNE. The third edition continues to adhere to AVMA accreditation standards, helping your program meet all of the requirements.
Practical Pharmacology for Veterinary Technicians by Jennifer Serling, CVT, BVSc and Kate Arnold, AAS, BS, CVT
Our newest title coming soon…
Companion Animal Dentistry for Veterinary Technicians by Mary Berg, RVT, RLATG, VTS (Dentistry)
Companion Animal Dentistry for Veterinary Technicians is detailed, easy-to-follow, and designed for veterinary technician students. Authored by experienced veterinary technician educator, Mary Berg, this comprehensive text covers oral anatomy, pathology, how to safely and effectively perform a dental cleaning, how to deliver home care instructions and how to market dental services. This text will ensure your students are prepared to handle all aspects of animal dentistry.
Author Information for Companion Animal Dentistry for Veterinary Technicians
Mary Berg received her B.S. in Biology/Microbiology from South Dakota State University after which she traveled to many locations worldwide with her military husband. In 1992, they move to Lawrence, KS and she then earned her A.S. in Laboratory Animal Science from Redlands Community College, and her A.S. in Veterinary Technology from St. Petersburg College. She is a Charter member of the Academy of Veterinary Dental Technicians and received her Veterinary Technician Specialty in Dentistry in June 2006. Mary is currently serving as the treasurer of the AVDT. She is the president of the KVTA and the immediate past president of the NAVTA board. Mary worked in research for over 28 years, specializing in products aimed at improving the oral health of companion animals. She was the practice manager and dental technician specialist at a general practice in Lawrence, Kansas for over 7 years and is currently the president of Beyond the Crown Veterinary Education, a veterinary dental consulting service, and a veterinary technology instructor. Mary and her husband, Doug, have two sons, three grandchildren, and live on a farm near Lawrence, KS with a menagerie of animals.
Join Mary Berg’s Workshops at WVC!
Each year, WVC brings together hundreds of participants from across the country. WVC provides quality continuing education to medical professionals through an array of learning styles and environments. Each year, WVC selects speakers to educate these professionals.
bluedoor’s valued author, Mary Berg, RVT, RLATG, VTS (Dentistry) – CEO and Founder, Beyond the Crown Veterinary Education will be one of these honored speakers. Berg will be delivering two, 50-minute professional development sessions in room Oceanside B, Level 2 on Sunday, February 16th. Please join her for one of the two sessions:
Stepping Outside the Box + Finding Your Passion
- 2:00 PM – 2:50 PM
- Too many individuals are leaving the veterinary profession with 5-7 years. How can you stay in the profession you love? The field of veterinary technology and nursing offers many opportunities to grow within this profession. This presentation will help you find your true passion and offer ideas on how to step outside of your comfort zone to ensure your continued longevity in this wonderful field.
Professionalism in Veterinary Technology
- 3:00 PM – 3:50 PM
- Some days it’s hard to maintain your professionalism, we all get tired, are overworked and underutilized. This presentation will be a discussion on what makes one a professional and how you can maintain your professionalism in veterinary medicine.
We look forward to seeing you at WVC!