Tip of the Week: High-Volume TNR Programs, This One’s For You

The last tip of the year is targeted to groups that perform 1K+ TNR surgeries annually. If that’s not you, please pass it on to qualifying orgs.
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Does your organization perform 1,000 or more traditional TNR and/or return-to-field surgeries per year?

Dr. Julie Levy, Fran Marino Endowed Distinguished Professor of Shelter Medicine Education at University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine, wants to know—and would like to invite you to sign up for the High-Volume TNR Interest Group.

Shares Dr. Levy, “The Shelter Medicine Program at the University of Florida will only use this group to distribute occasional surveys of current practices, offers to participate in research, such as data or sample collection, and emerging information important to share.”

They expect to reach out only a few times a year—and know that contact information will be kept confidential at the University of Florida and will never be shared with anyone else.

Qualifying Orgs, sign up for the High-Volume TNR Interest Group

Please pass on to any qualifying organizations. Note, the group is for surgery providers, not for partner groups that support other aspects of TNR.

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