Upcoming CE Events


Upcoming Events (6)

26
Oct

Oncology Updates: Practical Information About Cancer

Attend this conference and come away with skills and information on: Why different radiation protocols are recommended for various cancers; Diagnostic and treatment recommendations for lymphoma and mast cell tumors in dogs and cats; Information on the canine aging study and the anticancer vaccine study; Pros and cons of various chemotherapy administration systems; Best practices for chemotherapy administration and chemotherapy waste handling; An understanding of the common radiation and chemotherapy side effects and how to manage them.


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31 - 01Oct/Nov

PDPW Herdsperson Conference

The PDPW Herdsperson Conference is the place to be if you're a herd manager, nutritionist, veterinarian or a mid-manager making key herd-health and management decisions on a dairy. The conference will be held Oct. 1 in Marshfield and repeat Nov. 1 in Arlington, WI. Learn from Drs. Paul Fricke of UW-Madison, Thomas Overton of Cornell University, Trevor DeVries of University of Guelph and fellow dairy farmer and professional leadership expert, Hank Wagner of Wagner Leadership Training. They will showcase strategies to enhance reproductive efficiency, transition-cow management, herd health, feed and nutrition, and team leadership and management. For additional information email mail@pdpw.org or call 800-947-7379 to talk with a PDPW team member. To follow along on social media use #Herdsperson2018.



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13 - 15Nov

Calf Care Connection

Geek out on calves at the PDPW Calf Care Connection® training on Nov. 13, 14, 15, 2018, from 9:30 a.m. - 4:15 p.m., in Fennimore, Eau Claire and Chilton, Wis., respectively. This workshop is designed to challenge the most seasoned calf care managers, calf feeders and other team members that work with and care for young stock and newborn calves. Learn from the best: Drs. Donald Sockett, Richard Wallace and Jud Heinrichs will lead you through sessions on Salmonella Heidelberg disease, sanitation protocols, necropsies to expose digestive and respiratory systems, exploration of rumen development, appropiate calf rations and effective feeding strategies. For additional information email mail@pdpw.org call 800-947-7379. To follow along on social media use #CCC2018. Training Locations: Tuesday, Nov. 13> Southwest Tech College, Lenz Center, 1800 Bronson Blvd, Fennimore, WI; Wednesday, Nov. 14> Chippewa Valley Tech College, Energy Education Center, 4000 Campus Road, Eau Claire, WI; Thursday, Nov. 15> Fox Valley Technical College, 1200 E. Chestnut Street, Chilton, WI.


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    28
    Nov

    Spinal Diseases in Dogs & Cats

    Would you like to feel more confident in your neurologic exam? Can you tell that something is off with a dog’s gait but are not sure if it is orthopedic or neurologic? Would you like to review the disease processes that cause myelopathies? If you think you need a refresher on any of these topics this conference is for you! We will cover all these topics, plus more in this one day seminar. Come ready to practice your newly updated skills, there will be an open case discussion time at the end of the conference.


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    08 - 09Dec

    Basic Small Animal Ultrasound

    This program will offer the small animal clinician an entry level introduction to diagnostic ultrasound including scanning routine, basic measurements, image optimization and purchasing guidelines. Schedule: Four hours of lectures will cover major abdominal organ sonographic anatomy and scanning technique for both dogs and cats. Four hours of hands-on opportunities will be provided on normal dogs. Animals will be scanned in lateral recumbency. This course is taught at a DVM level.



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    12 - 13Mar

    PDPW-Cornerstone

    PDPW Cornerstone Dairy Academy™ will be held March 12-13, 2019 at the Alliant Energy Center - Exhibition Hall, 1919 Alliant Energy Center Way, Madison, WI, from 9:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m., on the 12th and in conjunction with the 2019 PDPW Business Conference on the 14th, also at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison, WI, from 7:15 a.m.-9:30 p.m., concluding with the evening banquet. The application-based professional development training will equip farmers and other industry professionals with the tools to effectively communicate, collaborate and lead more proficiently. The training is designed to provide continuing education to college-age students pursuing dairy-related careers or individuals wanting to retool or those who are at a crossroads in their dairy career.



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