Upcoming CE Events


Upcoming Events (9)

25 - 26Sep

The Dairyland Initiative: AMS Facility Design

This interactive, two-day workshop will combine lectures, discussion, video analysis, and case-based group exercises. Participants will leave the workshop with the ability to tackle AMS building projects and provide solutions that maximize animal well-being and performance.


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04
Oct

Career Exploration Fair

The Career Exploration Fair is an opportunity for employers to come to the University of Wisconsin-Madison, School of Veterinary Medicine, have a table set up for their clinic/practice, and connect with our veterinary medical students. Whether you are looking for veterinary students to fill summer positions, provide externships, internships or residencies, or fill future full-time veterinarian positions, this is a great opportunity to meet and interact with students. SCHEDULE OF EVENTS: 2:30-3:00 pm Employer Check In and Setup; 3:00-4:30 pm Career Exploration Fair; 4:30-5:30 pm Social Time and Networking.



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06
Oct

Canine Dentistry

THE AFTERNOON LAB SESSIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED. HOWEVER, YOU CAN STILL REGISTER FOR THE MORNING LECTURE SESSIONS. If you wish to be placed on a wait list for the lab sessions, contact our office at (608) 265-5206 or email Carrie.Tobin@wisc.edu.



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19 - 20Oct

Clinician Scientist Training Workshop

Please contact our offices to be put on a wait list for this program at (608) 265-5206 or Carrie.Tobin@wisc.edu.


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26 - 27Oct

Advanced Small Animal Ultrasound

This program will offer the small animal clinician an advanced level instruction in the diagnostic ultrasound of important “small parts” including scanning routine, basic measurements and image optimization. Additionally, ultrasound guided tissue sampling techniques will be introduced. Lectures and hands-on lab sessions will be taught at a DVM level.





01
Nov

Overview of the Nervous System

In this case-based lecture series, we will discuss the most common neurologic disease presentations and the decisions that occur for neurolocalization, diagnostic and treatment recommendations. See brochure for more program details.



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03
Nov

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.



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19 - 21Nov

Calf Care Connection

Dairy calf wellbeing and health will be discussed during the 2019 PDPW Calf Care Connection┬« workshops. This program is designed for calf care professionals, herd managers, veterinarians and others that work with calves. Presented on three dates in different locations, the one-day workshops will feature interactive and hands-on sessions showcasing research to safeguard calves from pneumonia, diagnose both clinical and subclinical cases, and identify lung lesions in calves during a necropsy. Participants will learn more about the most common calf-mortality causes and see both normal and abnormal calf anatomy in separate necropsies. In addition, attendees will learn about social housing strategies that minimize injury and illness while maximizing calf performance and welfare – and consumer acceptance.



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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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