- Contributing to international-level CE within the state of Florida both in symposium format as well as in wet lab format.
- FAEP members receive a reduced cost for symposium and wet labs with no additional fee for late registration.
- Having a voice in Tallahassee regarding political issues that affect the equine practitioner.
- Supporting the development of future veterinarians with the UF Student Appreciation Day and UF Scholarship.
- Enhancing the veterinarian/farrier relationship via the Foot Symposium.
- Access to free educational articles and summaries in The Practitioner.
- Brochure critique - let us help you create your practice brochure or critique the one you are using now.
- PowerPoint presentation assistance - increase client exposure to your services.
- Client newsletter - let us assist you in creating your practice newsletter.
- Free classified advertising on www.faep.net.
Practitioner to Practitioner
The Florida Association of Equine Practitioners is proud to present our How to .... program to all members.
A Mentor is defined in the dictionary as “A wise and trusted counselor or teacher.” The Florida Association of Equine Practitioners defines a mentor as a member, eager and willing to teach other FAEP practitioner members (on a one-on-one basis), about practices and procedures in the chosen field of equine medicine.
Mentoring allows one veterinarian to pass along invaluable information to others and to share resources, skills, and specialties; while the mentored party reaps the immeasurable benefits.
Members need only to call the FAEP office where you will be connected to the people who can assist you with your needs and questions. Being a mentor takes very little time and effort, yet the benefits for both parties are huge!
Here are just a few of the topics our members are willing to share their expertise on:
- Embryo Transfer
- Ultrasonography of the joints and tendons
- Ultrasound guided needle injections of numerous joints
- Nuclear Scintigraphy
- Lameness Diagnosis
- Llewelyn Procedure
- Equine surgical or anesthetic techniques
- Internal Medicine