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Recent News from the Online Certificate Program

  • Webinars: ‘Smart TNR’ and fighting back against the naysayers
    Is your TNR group struggling to stay on top of everything you need to do? Are you sick and tired of being told “TNR doesn’t work,” without really knowing how to make the case that it does? These two webinars are for you! Bryan Kortis is National Programs Director for Neighborhood... Read more »
  • Pro tips for relocation of animals displaced by Hurricanes Irma and Harvey from the UF Shelter Medicine Program
    Dr. Julie Levy shares a comprehensive list of relocation tips for animal shelters and other animal organizations in the aftermath of Hurricanes Irma and Harvey. For a regularly updated list of resources incuding cash and supply grants, visit our earlier post here. You read the books. You listened to every webinar.... Read more »
  • Increasing diversity in veterinary medicine and inspiring students with shelter medicine
    How can veterinary schools make veterinary medicine more diverse? That is the goal of the Summer Health Professions Education Program (SHPEP), a free summer enrichment program focused on improving access to information and resources for college students interested in the health professions. The 6-week program took place on the University... Read more »
  • Hurricane Irma: How your animal shelter can get help
    (UPDATED: Friday, 9/15/17, 11:34 AM ET) The Maddie’s Shelter Medicine Program at the University of Florida as well as state and national animal welfare response teams are ready to provide assistance to animal shelters in the state during and after Hurricane Irma. This post will be updated as new information... Read more »
  • Help for Florida animal shelters facing Hurricane Irma
    Hurricane Irma has become an extremely dangerous Category 5 storm that may impact several areas of the state. Governor Rick Scott has declared an emergency in all 67 counties and the Florida Division of Emergency Management has raised the activation level to Level 1 – its highest level. This is... Read more »

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