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Events + CE

The CVMA-SBCV Chapter presents an online listing of relevant events and activities as a service to its members. Please note that the Chapter may in its sole discretion accept or deny any requests for event listings or links.

Sunday April 18 is Ophthalmology for Cats, Sunday May 2 is Ophthalmology for Dogs, Sunday May 16 is Cardiology for Cats, and Sunday May 30 is Cardiology for Dogs. Prior to each session you purchase, you will receive a ZOOM link.

Prices are "per day" and there are no discounts if you do not wish to take a morning or an afternoon session (Exception: large animal veterinarian).
03-25-2021 2021 Spring CE Sessions Flyer
04-15-2021 Cross Canada Check in – Potomac Horse Fever - Tuesday May 18, 2021 7:00pm EST
Webinar - An update on Potomac Horse Fever in Canada and review of how recent advances in genotyping may impact clinical practice.
03-08-2021 Free Webinar - Otitis Externa Management
Tuesday March 16, 2021 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm [EST]
Speaker: Dr. Christina Restrepo DVM, DACVD
02-08-2021 Global Animal Disaster Conference. February 15-24 2021. Online. Free.
The Global Animal Disaster Management Conference (GADMC) is an online conference with over 40 presenters from 16 countries across four continents to promote an animal inclusive approach to disaster management.
01-25-2021 2021 EQUINE CE SERIES By The Western College of Veterinary Medicine (WCVM). February, March and April
2021 EQUINE CE SERIES: The Western College of Veterinary Medicine (WCVM) is hosting an online series of equine health seminars with a focus on topics related to horses with special nutritional needs and nutritional management as part of disease management. The seven two-hour sessions, which feature members of the WCVM’s equine clinical team, will take place from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on alternate Wednesday evenings in February, March and April 2021.
01-15-2021 Preserving the Bond and Preventing Cruelty: The Veterinarian’s Role. Webinar Thursday January 21, 2021. 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM PT
When a low-income client presents a severely neglected animal to a veterinarian for treatment, the doctor faces a difficult conundrum: is it their duty to protect the animal from continued neglect or is it their duty to help the person who may be struggling financially to care for their animal? In states where veterinary reporting of animal cruelty is mandatory, the stress this ethical dilemma can put on a veterinarian is significant. Throughout this presentation, Emily Lewis, Senior Staff Attor
01-08-2021 Giardiasis Treating A Commonly Occurring And Always Baffling Intestinal Protist
Virbac is hosting a free webinar January 26. RACE certification and approval is pending.
01-05-2021 Honey Bee Diseases. Jan 12, 2021. Free Registration
The honey research team at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine (WCVM), in collaboration with the Davis-Thompson Foundation, will offer a free, virtual, one-day seminar on honey bee diseases scheduled for Tuesday January 12. This seminar is designed to educate veterinarians who have no background in honey bee diseases; however, this seminar would also be appropriate for entry-level and intermediate beekeepers.
12-23-2020 Leadership Peer Development Group
Unique CE Opportunity Available To Veterinarians, RVTs, And Practice Managers Who Are Leaders In Their Practice

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