A look at dvm360®'s upcoming September CEs and events
You know Autumn is here when your furry companion dives into a pile of colorful leaves or snuggles up to you in a cozy blanket next to the campfire. It’s the season to start anew and time to mark your calendars for these upcoming continuing education best practices in veterinary medicine.
This month’s lineup includes 7 webcasts and our FAST Flex—our new 30-minute CE's delivered mid-day—along with 4 on-demand webinar launches. Plus, check out more CEs live and in-person at our upcoming Atlantic Coast Veterinary Conference, and more news and information from our other channels.
Register for these upcoming live webinars. Can’t make these dates? Our webinars are accessible on-demand via dvm360 Flex (Webcasts are one hour in duration; Fast Flex is 30-minutes duration.)
Missed last month’s live webinars? These are available on-demand via dvm360 Flex™
We will take a uropathogen centered approach to gain a better appreciation for the bacteria that cause UTI and the drugs that can kill them! A review of the results of a study entitled “Comparison of a Chromogenic Urine Culture Plate System (UTid+) and Conventional Urine Culture for Canine and Feline Specimens” will also be included.
Faculty: Stephen Cole VMD, MS, DACVM
This presentation will focus on the history of Phosphate Binder Medication development, dating back to the late 1960s, with an overview of each class of Phosphate Binder product manufactured, as to the designed commitment of its efficacy in the control of Hyperphosphatemia, and its ability to match the clinical assignment of Secondary Hyperparathyroidism regulation.
Faculty: Jerry A. Thornhill, DVM, DACVIM
Webcast: Debunking Pet Insurance
Recommending pet insurance for your clients can be overwhelming for both you and your client. Learn the various types of pet insurance providers, policy types, and benefits for pet owners and the veterinary practice, including the resources you need to make the best recommendation for your clients.
Faculty: Matthew McGlasson DVM, CVPM
Webcast: Non-antibiotic Therapy in Diarrhea
Antibiotics are no longer commonly used for treatment of acute and chronic diarrhea due to their adverse effects on the gut microbiome and risks for propagating antimicrobial resistance. We will focus on causes for acute/chronic diarrhea and the use of diet, probiotics/synbiotics, immunosuppressive therapy (with intestinal biopsy), as well as other novel treatment options in managing these patients.
Faculty: Karin Allenspach, DVM, FVH, PhD, Dipl. ECVIM-CA, FHEA, AGAF
Professor of Internal Medicine and Translational Health, Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine
Join us this October 10-12, 2022, in Atlantic City, NJ for the Atlantic Coast Veterinary Conference. Hear from our inspiring keynotes, Craig Clifford, DVM, MS, DACVIM (Oncology), Niccole Bruno, DVM, BLEND Founder, and Fred Wininger, VMD, MS, DACVIM (Neurology). Choose from over 146 continuing education credits in 38 tracks of practical veterinary medicine, including companion animal, exotics, hands-on labs, and technician CEs. Plus learn more about the latest products from over 100 exhibitors and so much more. During your stay, network and unwind during the evenings at the casino shows and restaurants, the Boardwalk, or Absecon Lighthouse all within walking distance. Register early for the best rates.
Watch our latest dvm360 Live!™ episode!
Ryan E. Englar, DVM, DABVP, joins this segment of dvm360 Live!™ to explain how empathy and "unconditional positive regard" can help clinicians better serve patients when they cannot afford the gold standard of care for their pets. She shares her personal experiences with Adam Christman, DVM, MBA, and discusses the concept of "spectrum of care”.
Watch all episodes of dvm360 Live!™ here.
Tune in to your favorite podcast channel and listen to a variety of these animal health care topics!
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