Upcoming CE Events
21 - 23Jun
Computed Tomography Course
This is a practical course for veterinarians with access to computed tomography (CT) to improve study quality and reading skills of neurologic, vascular, abdominal and thoracic CT in small animals. Includes lectures and extensive practical case sessions on DICOM workstations. Course content is designed for veterinarians that may refer to CT, use CT in their practice, Radiology/Sx/internal medicine, etc., Residents and Diplomates, interns/students.
29 - 30Jun
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. 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. Although DVMs and technicians may register for this program please note that this course will be taught at a DVM level. REGISTRATION FOR THE SUNDAY SESSIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED. THERE IS STILL ROOM AVAILABLE IN THE SATURDAY SESSIONS.
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS: Abstracts should be limited to 2,500 characters in total, including the title, authors, author affiliations, main body, and spaces. Abstracts should be sent to the meeting e-mail address (firstname.lastname@example.org) as a single PDF file with subject heading “CARS Abstract”. Abstract submission deadline: May 20, 2019. Registration will be limited to the first 100 participants and will include breakfast, lunch, coffee/tea breaks.
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.
13 - 15Sep
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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