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ACZM Exam Preparation and Study Course

When:
Sunday, August 25, 2024, 8:15 AM until 5:00 PM Central Time (US & Canada) (UTC-06:00)
Where:
The Joint Conference of AEMV & ARAV
555 Canal Street
New Orleans, LA   7013
Additional Info:
Category:
ACZM Short Course
Registration is required before Friday, August 23, 2024 at 5:00 PM
Payment In Full In Advance Only
Registration cancellations will be accepted until Thursday, August 01, 2024 at 5:00 PM
$200.00
 
$250.00

American College of Zoological Medicine Exam Preparation and Study Course

(In Person AND Virtual)

In conjunction with:

2024 AEMV/ARAV Conference

New Orleans, LA USA

 

The American College of Zoological Medicine’s Education Committee is sponsoring an exam preparation and study course in conjunction with the AEMV/ARAV conference. The ACZM Exam Preparation and Study Course will be held the Sunday before this conference: Sunday, August 25 (8:15am – 5pm, CST)

 

What information will be discussed?

A brief introduction to the American College of Zoological Medicine (ACZM), the credentialing process, and an overview of the ACZM board exam itself will be discussed.  Time allowing, study and test-taking strategies will also be reviewed. A special focus will be given to any new changes to the ACZM exam, including grading and Job Task Analysis (JTA) updates. Anyone with any interest in becoming board eligible or taking the ACZM examination would be expected to benefit from this section, especially those not familiar with college and the board examination.  

 

Several review topics will be presented, allowing for discussion time with ACZM-board certified diplomats. All lectures will be focused in-depth reviews of a topic pertinent to zoological medicine, including the most up-to-date published information within the last five years (see schedule below).  Lunch will be provided in addition to coffee breaks, to allow opportunity for networking and sharing experiences/personal study strategies.  Following the lectures, examples of mock multiple-choice, essay, and slide exam questions will be given and discussed.

                                       

Who should take this course?

Anyone interested in learning more about the American College of Zoological Medicine, those that are interested in seeking Diplomate status, are in the process of preparing for examination, or any individual who is interested in and can benefit from in-depth, up-to-date, literature-based review lectures on zoological medicine.  This exam preparation and study course is administered and instructed by ACZM Diplomates and other specialists.

 

Will this help me prepare for ACZM boards?

YES! The course has been designed by recent ACZM diplomates, including those who have previously served on the ACZM examination committee.  Every effort has been made to ensure all information presented is both accurate and boards-relevant material.  In addition, this course provides an excellent opportunity to network with colleagues and develop study groups for the exam.

 

Will this be offered virtually as well as in person?

YES! If you are not able to attend live, you can attend virtually live or watch the recordings later. Continuing education credits are only available to those who attend live in person or virtually.

 

What is the cost?

The cost of this course is $200/person for early registration (until August 1st) and $250/person for late registration.  The cost is the same whether you attend virtually or in person.

The cost includes an electronic version of ACZM information handouts, in-depth lecture materials (notes and power points), lunch on the first course day, and refreshments on both days.

 

This course has been approved for 5 Continuing Education credits sponsored by the ACZM.