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WSU CE Webinar on April 24: What's New in Veterinary Dermatology

by crd 16. April 2013 07:52

CE Webinar on April 24: What's New in Veterinary Dermatology. During this session, Dr. Holz will present an overview of the North American Dermatology Forum (which will be held April 17-20), emphasizing what is new in veterinary dermatology.

Register at http://www.vetmed.wsu.edu/ce/webinars/dermatology.aspx

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WSU CE webinar on Meningoencephalitis on March 27, 2013

by crd 19. March 2013 14:58

CE webinar on Meningoencephalitis by Stephanie Thomovsky   on March 27, 2013, 6PM Pacific time. This webinar will present the clinical presentation, diagnostic evaluation and treatment of patients with infectious or non-infectious meningoencephalitis.

One hour, one CE Credit.  http://www.vetmed.wsu.edu/ce/webinars/meningitis.aspx

 

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WSU CE Webinar on Equine Heart Murmurs Nov 6 2012

by crd 16. October 2012 17:42

November 6, 2012, 6 p.m.
            

Assessing the significance of equine heart murmurs in the field by Dr. Cristobal Navas

http://www.vetmed.wsu.edu/ce/webinars/equineCardio.aspx

One CE Credit

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WSU Webinar on Local Anesthesia Aug 21 2012

by crd 16. August 2012 07:59

Regional and Intravenous use of Local Anesthetics : CE for Veterinary Technicians

This is part 2 of a topic that was first presented on June 27, 2012.

In our last session we learned that local anesthetic drugs are extremely effective, inexpensive and easy to use and we discussed some of the most commonly used local anesthetic blocks. In this session we will continue to explore the use of local blocks and will expand into regional blocks like epidurals and brachial plexus blocks. We will also discuss the use of other drugs in local and regional blocks and discuss the use of lidocaine intravenously. This webinar will be presented by a veterinarian and a veterinary technician who will describe and demonstrate some of the more commonly used blocks in small animal practice. The goal is to increase the comfort level of both veterinarians and veterinary technicians with the use of local anesthetic blockade.

One hour, one CE Credit: $25 (plus additional open hour for your questions submitted by text chat)

Shelley Ensign

 

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Veterinary Dentistry: Steps to Successful Extraction by Dr Tammy White

by crd 25. June 2012 09:59

This webinar for veterinarians presents a step-by-step approach to extraction of the maxillary fourth premolar and a maxillary molar. Intraoral dental radiographs, oral nerve blocks, extraction of cat teeth and the remaining dog teeth as well as complications to avoid are also addressed.  The webinar is available anytime until July 2013.

http://www.vetmed.wsu.edu/ce/dental/index.aspx

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June-July 2012 CE Webinars from Washington State University

by WSU CVM 5. June 2012 10:15

June 27, 2012, 6:00 PM
Local Anesthetic Blocks: CE for Veterinary Technicians presented by Dr. Tammy Grubb
http://www.vetmed.wsu.edu/ce/webinars/local.aspx
One CE Credit


July 17, 2012, 6:00 PM

Reconstructive Surgery for the Small Animal Patient: Focus on Flaps by Dr. Bonnie Campbell
http://www.vetmed.wsu.edu/ce/webinars/reconstruct.aspx
One CE Credit

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CE Webinar April 18 on Limb Salvage Techniques

by Admin 10. April 2012 15:11

Wednesday, April 18, 2012, 6 PM (Pacific Time) By Web Conference
Webinar by Dr William Dernell

Advanced and severe disease pathology affecting the extremities in small animals often brings the veterinary clinician to the point of considering limb amputation for either cure or palliation.  Because amputation is often a difficult decision for animal owners and because, in some cases, other circumstances result in amputation being contraindicated, knowledge of limb salvage options is important for therapy recommendations and decisions.  This presentation will discuss the indications for, applications of and potential complications of recent advances in limb salvage techniques for veterinary patients.  Although many practicing veterinarians may not perform these more advanced treatments directly, knowledge of their potential application and the important aspects of follow up care can greatly benefit their patients and clients. 

One hour, one CE Credit

 

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CE Webinar on Disclosing Medical Errors on March 13, 2012

by WSU CVM 2. March 2012 07:34

Tuesday, March 13, 2012, 6 PM (Pacific Time) By Web Conference: Breaking the Silence: Disclosing Medical Errors by Dr Kelly Farnsworth

There has been increasing public awareness of patient safety in healthcare and attention on a disturbing rise in medical errors. Research has shown that the majority of malpractice litigation in human medicine is related to poor communication between the patient and the physician. The importance of having open and frank discussions when medical errors occur has been highlighted by several professional organizations and institutions and published in the scientific and news media. This webinar will enable veterinarians to identify, appreciate and practice using a model and techniques essential in responding to clients constructively when there has been an adverse outcome due to error. http://www.vetmed.wsu.edu/ce/webinars/errors.aspx

 

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WSU CE Webinar: Feb 22, 2012 Veterinary Dentistry: Steps to successful extraction

by WSU CVM 30. January 2012 13:53

Dr Tammy White presents a one hour webinar on Veterinary Dentistry: Steps to successful extraction at 6 pm Pacific Time on Feb 22, 2012.

http://www.vetmed.wsu.edu/ce/webinars/dental.aspx

 

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CE Webinar for Vets: Basics of Reptile Husbandry, July 7

by WSU CVM 21. June 2011 16:18

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