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Externally provided NZVA Accredited CPD
To help veterinarians identify high quality CPD, the NZVA, in consultation with the Veterinary Council of New Zealand (VCNZ), has implemented an accreditation “tick” for CPD activities.
Listed below are CPD activities that meet the requirements for NZVA CPD accreditation and are provided by organisations external to the NZVA. Please contact the individual providers for specific information about each CPD activity.
For more information about NZVA CPD accreditation please visit the NZVA CPD accreditation application page.
A veterinary approach to sustainable food and farming
Are you ready to support meaningful change for a sustainable future? Registration available now.
Learn how rehabilitation can help arthritis case management
Improve the care of animals across New Zealand by improved understanding of rehabilitation (specifically regarding arthritis) and clarifying when arthritic patients will receive benefit from the veterinary team collaborating with a qualified physiotherapist.
More information on 'Learn how rehabilitation can help arthritis case management'
Master of Veterinary Medicine programme
Massey University’s Master of Veterinary Medicine (MVM) programme provides high-quality continuing education for practicing veterinarians, delivered by distance learning.
Microbione: the road to recover
Learn about microbiome and the role it plays in GI disease.
VetThrive 6 shield program
An innovative professional wellbeing program, pioneering a shift in the way veterinary professionals work.
Royal Canin Dermatology Roadshow
Understanding of the clinical approach to challenging canine and feline Dermatology cases, both atopic and adverse food reaction.