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Looking to learn the latest on veterinary cardiology, feline hyperthyroidism, or chronic kidney disease? Maybe you’re interested in making dentistry more profitable in your practice or want to know the best ways to serve your millennial clients. We’ve got you covered with 5 free 1-hour webinars coming soon to a screen near you.
All dvm360® webinars are free and offer 1 hour of RACE-approved continuing education credit. The lineup is impressive, the speakers even more so. Take a look at the offerings and register today!
Identification of inflammation and cardiac disease in everyday practice: CRP, SAA and NT-proBNP
In this webinar, veterinary clinical pathologist Kendal Elizabeth Harr, DVM, MS, DACVP, will explain how C-reactive protein (CRP) and serum amyloid A (SAA) function in the body, the pathogenesis of their increased values, and how these biomarkers can be used to diagnose inflammation in the correct species. She will also discuss appropriate handling of N-terminal pro-brain natriuretic peptide (NT-proBNP), critical to correct measurement and potential error due to transport. Current information on decision thresholds specific to the Bionote NT-proBNP assay will be reported. This event is sponsored by Bionote.
Don’t miss it: Tuesday, January 26, 2021 at 8:00 pm EST
20+ Ways to make your dental practice more profitable
Join expert veterinary dentist Jan Bellows, DVM, DAVDC, ABVP, as he shares a host of tips for making dentistry more profitable in your veterinary practice. Bellows will review where the profession is now regarding dental fees and percentage of practice revenue, discuss how to dramatically increase the perceived value of dental services in the eyes of your clients, and explain how to properly treat all levels of periodontal disease, which affects more than 80% of dogs and cats seen in practice. This event is sponsored by Vetoquinol.
Don’t miss it: Thursday, January 28, 2021 at 8:00 pm EST
On the border: Recognizing and confirming today’s hyperthyroid cat
Join Heather Kvitko-White, DVM, DACVIM, the “Pragmatic Professor,” as she discusses the various thyroid hormone tests, including the total T4, free T4, canine thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH), and the up-and-coming feline TSH. Using case-based examples and recent literature, Kvitko-White will discuss occult hyperthyroidism and the effect of nonthyroidal illness on thyroid diagnostics. This webinar will increase your comfort in diagnosing not just the routine, but borderline, occult, and atypical hyperthyroidism, plus hypothyroidism in cats. This event is sponsored by Zomedica.
Don’t miss it: Tuesday, February 2, 2021 at 8:00 pm EST
Catering to millennial pet owners: How to treat them, how to keep them coming back
Millennials in the US now own more pets than any other age group. To get the best from your millennial clients and capitalize on this growing market segment, veterinary clinics must understand the characteristics and motivations that drive these pet owners. Join millennial veterinarian Jackie Dueñas, DVM, as she shares her insight into the mind of the millennial pet owner by answering 3 vital questions: (1) How do millennials spend for pet health care? (2) How should you adapt your marketing and management for millennial pet owners? (3) How can you deliver the best clinic experience to your millennial clients? This event is sponsored by Servistree.
Don’t miss it: Thursday, February 4, 2021 at 8:00 pm EST
Chronic kidney disease: Changing a terminal disease to a chronic disease
CKD is among the most common chronic diseases seen in cats (primarily) and dogs. In this webinar, Robert J Silver, DVM, MS, chief medical officer at Rx Vitamins for Pets, will explain how early intervention, using the IRIS staging system, and the use of specific supplements can help manage this common but complicated chronic disease. This event is sponsored by Rx Vitamins.
Don’t miss it: Wednesday, February 10, 2021 at 8:00 pm EST