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Podcast CE: Delight your clients with canine genetic health screening

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Program Description

This podcast will cover general information regarding the use of canine genetic health screening and the implementation of genetic test results in clinical veterinary practice. We will discuss the increasing popularity of canine genetic health screening and how veterinarians can use this technology to aid in improving clinical outcomes. We will also discuss the strengths and limitations of genetic screening and its future potential uses.

Program Agenda

  • Rising popularity of canine genetic health screening
  • Clinical use of canine genetic health screening
  • Discussion of canine diseases for which genetic testing is particularly impactful
  • Number of canine genetic health tests available
  • Strengths and limitations of genetic health screening
  • Potential future applications of genetic testing in veterinary medicine

Learning Objectives

  1. Improved understanding of the canine genetic testing landscape
  2. Implementation of canine genetic screening in clinical veterinary practice
  3. Specific examples of diseases for which genetic testing is particularly impactful
  4. Strengths and limitations of canine genetic health screening
  5. Potential future applications of genetic testing in veterinary medicine
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