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The North American Veterinary Community (NAVC) has launched a portfolio of new virtual programs and events designed to provide interactive year-long learning anytime, anywhere, customized to individual learning preferences, officials said in a statement. The initiative will include special events hosted on its 3D, interactive platform, microlearning videos, live webinars and podcasts, among other features.

“For more than 30 years, the NAVC has been recognized as a leader in veterinary education, known for excellence and innovation,” said Gene O’Neill, CEO of the NAVC. “We believe the NAVC will now become the premier destination for all learning—virtual and in-person—across the global veterinary community. The programs we are announcing today are just the beginning. We plan many more exciting and new opportunities for virtual engagement to come. The NAVC is opening the doors to the best CE and events in the industry, making them universally available to veterinary professionals all over the world in new and engaging ways. With new programs and events, we will present throughout the year, virtually and in-person, veterinary professionals everywhere can map out and meet their year-round learning and development goals through the NAVC. There’s no need to go anywhere else.”

In related news, the NAVC will host VMX2021 as a hybrid event. It will take place June 5-9 live in Orlando, Fla., and anywhere virtually, featuring live speakers, interactive sessions, OnDemand education and a 3D immersive expo, officials said.

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