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What services does the Veterinary Information Network offer?

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The Veterinary Information Network offers services such as access to academic journal abstracts, veterinary conference notes and online continuing education courses. Veterinarians pay a $61 yearly membership fee after the 30-day trial expires, as of July 2015.

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What services does the Veterinary Information Network offer?
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Veterinarians can view notes from several yearly academic lectures and conferences, including the American Association of Feline Practitioners conference, the American Heartworm Society and the International Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Symposium.

The website also offers online courses in intravenous pain management, treating diabetes, the North American Veterinary licensing exam and the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners core examination review. The course tuition ranges from $210 to $336, as of 2015.

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