Upcoming CE Events


Upcoming Events (7)

08 - 09Feb

Applied Animal Behavior

Participants attending this conference will come away with expanded knowledge in clinical and shelter behavior for felines and canines. Equine behavior topics will also be discussed, addressing assessment of pain, anxiety and fear. The lectures will focus on the veterinarian’s role in recognizing and managing common behavior issues in these species. By attending this conference, you will learn how to provide better behavior care for your animal patients and the latest treatment options for behavioral problems seen in a private practice and shelter setting. Featured speakers at the conference include Dr. Jeannine Berger, Dr. Katherine Pankratz and Dr. Robin Foster.



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12 - 13Feb

PDPW: Dairy Wellbeing Workshop

PDPW Dairy Wellbeing Workshops will be held Feb. 12 and 13, 2020 at the Tundra Lodge Resort Waterpark & Conference Center in Green Bay, Wis. In this one day program farm owners, herdspeople, managers, veterinarians, and allied industry will learn from leading experts in animal care, as well as take part in a behind-the-scenes tour of the American Foods Group plant and hear from their buyers, market experts and USDA meat inspectors. Dr. Kurt Vogel will discuss cull cow quality referencing some findings from a McDonald’s study, along with indicators of stressful animal handling. Dr. Don Höglund will share how animals learn and how we need to train ourselves on better handling, housing and habits that will help when working with our cows. This program is eligible for up to 6.5 Non-Scientific Continuing Education Hours.



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Disclaimer: Registration for this event is not handled through the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine. We are not responsible for the content associated with this link.



26 - 27Feb

Dairyland Initiative - After the Audit: On Farm Improvements

In response to the growing number of dairy cattle welfare audits in the United States, Dr. Nigel Cook, Dr. Jennifer Van Os, and Courtney Halbach will combine lectures, discussions, and group work to provide practical and economical on-farm improvements to participants who are looking to improve welfare audit results, optimize performance, and address consumer concerns about animal care. Barn design and management strategies such as calf raising, adult cow ventilation and cooling, stall design and surface, and hoof health management will be discussed to improve animal well-being on-farm. >>>Participants must bring a computer that runs Microsoft Excel to partake in the group exercises.<<< Thanks to the generous support of Saputo Inc., all U.S. dairy farmers are eligible for a 25% discount on registration for this workshop.



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14
Mar

Canine Endocrine Diseases: All Glands on Deck!

This one-day short course will provide the primary care clinician with updates on endocrine diseases in dogs, such as diabetic management using interstitial glucose monitors, tips for refining trilostane management, and a non-invasive treatment option for hyperparathyroidism. We will also discuss some interesting cases that highlight key learning points.



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17
Mar

PDPW: Cornerstone Program

PDPW Cornerstone Dairy Academy™ is an application-based leadership program scheduled for March 17-18, 2020 in Madison Wisconsin. This professional development training will equip farmers, managers, veterinarians 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, individuals wanting to retool or those who are dedicated to excelling even farther in their career. Accepted applicants have three training pillars from which to choose (just one pillar): 1.) Influential Leaders - Interact and Influence (up to 8.1 non-scientific CE hours with UW-SVM) 2.) Visionary Leaders - Ethics, Leadership and Outlook (up to 7.7 non-scientific CE hours with UW-SVM) 3.) Servant Leadership - Serve, Grow, Lead (up to 6.9 non-scientific CE hours with UW-SVM CEUs) Application Deadline is January 31, 2020.



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28 - 29Mar

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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04 - 05Apr

WI Exotic Animal Veterinary Conference

Since 1992, student members of the WEZAM Club and their faculty advisors at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, School of Veterinary Medicine have brought together experts in the field of exotic animal care to provide veterinary professionals with current and practical information on the medical care of popular exotic companion animals. All profits from the conference go to support student learning experiences, scholarships and WEZAM Club activities.



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