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National Shelter Medicine Rounds

National Shelter Medicine Rounds is hosted by the University of Wisconsin Shelter Medicine Program and is open to any professional in the veterinary field who works in shelter medicine or who has an interest in learning more about shelter medicine.

Rounds provides an opportunity for discussions to be held on current topics in shelter medicine for continued learning and collaboration among shelter medicine professionals. Presenters are primarily interns, residents, and fellows of shelter medicine training programs, their faculty, program staff, and their alumni. Rounds are scheduled on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of the month. For more information or to join the National Shelter Medicine Rounds group, contact UW Shelter Medicine Program Manager Stephanie Koester at smkoester@wisc.edu