Upcoming CE Events
Hot Topics in Veterinary Anesthesia
Lectures will focus on new, yet practical techniques recently requested by previous attendees. Topics include the use of non-opioid analgesic and pre-medication techniques, clinically useful constant rate infusions, new ideas concerning fluid therapy and inhalant use, the efficacy of cannabinoids, and current recommendations for euthanasia techniques. A questions and answer period will also be incorporated. Participants will leave with a thorough understanding of how to incorporate state of the art anesthetic and analgesic techniques into their current protocols to enhance patient care and client satisfaction.
Feline Skin Disease
The primary objective of this conference is to provide a framework and guidance for diagnosing and managing feline dermatological patients. An overview of pruritus will initiate the discussion, followed by more in-depth exploration of specific conditions and reaction patterns.
13 - 15Sep
19 - 20Oct
Clinician Scientist Training Workshop
The goal of this workshop is to provide entry-level skills in designing veterinary clinical research studies. This one-and-a-half day short course is aimed at clinical residents in any veterinary specialty. The School of Veterinary Medicine, UW-Madison, will organize the workshop, in collaboration with the University of Wisconsin-Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research. We have funding to provide free registration for a limited number of veterinary residents-in-training on a first-come, first-served basis. Be sure to register early!
Veterinary Forensics Seminar and Autopsy Lab
The goal of this seminar is to provide training in an environment that promotes cohesiveness and teamwork in forensic casework amongst the target audience while enhancing their knowledge and skills in handling animal cruelty cases. The target audience for this seminar includes but is not limited to: Wisconsin DVMs, CVTs, SVM students, animal welfare groups, animal control, and law enforcement.
07 - 08Dec
FRANK Communication Workshop
THE FOCUS OF THIS WORKSHOP IS ON COMMUNICATION SKILLS FOR THE FIRST PART OF THE CLINICAL INTERVIEW: • Establish rapport with your clients through a strong introduction • Obtain the client’s agenda • Gather an accurate history • Build long-term client relationships • Structure the interview • Do the above in a timely manner. ENHANCE YOUR COMMUNICATION TOOLBOX WITH 10 KEY SKILLS: • Introduction • Client perspective • Client agenda • Empathy • Open-ended questions • Non-verbal behaviors • Pause • Logical structure • Reflective listening • Summary.
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