DVM Newsmaker Summit makes debut at CVC East
Veterinary medicine faces a myriad of challenges in 2006. From an increasingly aggressive animal welfare movement to dwindling state funds for veterinary colleges, the issues impact this profession in multi-faceted ways.
On April 3, (7:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. as part of the Central Veterinary Conference — East, Baltimore) a unique panel discussion, sponsored by DVM Newsmagazine, will take on the five most pressing issues facing veterinary medicine. The debut of DVM's Newsmaker Sum-mit will explore solutions with broad representation from thought-leaders in private veterinary practice, specialty practice, associations, academia and government.
Moderated by Washington litigator Kerry M. Richard, JD, of Tobin, O-Connor, Ewing and Richard, the goal is to address these critical professional issues.The panelists include:
Historic Baltimore is the perfect venue for a first panel discussion destined to become part of the historic record.