Formation continue

Cours de préparation aux situations d’urgence liées à la peste porcine africaine au Canada

Un cours en ligne qui permet d’affiner ses compétences en matière de reconnaissance des maladies animales et d’intervention.

8 heures de formation continue approuvées par RACE

Date du cours : 21 septembre – 19 octobre 2021

Un  cours en ligne   sur la reconnaissance de la peste porcine africaine et les procédures d’intervention en cas de maladie est mis à la disposition des vétérinaires, des techniciens et des technologues agréés au Canada. Maîtrisez les connaissances, la formation et les procédures les plus récentes en matière de reconnaissance et de réponse aux maladies dans ce cours au prix abordable. Vous pouvez suivre ce cours en 15 heures, à votre rythme, sur une période de quatre semaines, dans le confort de votre maison ou de votre bureau.

Le cours de préparation aux situations d’urgence liées à la FPA au Canada est dispensé dans le cadre du projet de gestion des urgences en santé animale (GUSA), en partenariat avec l’Association canadienne des médecins vétérinaires, l’Agence canadienne d’inspection des aliments et l’Organisation des Nations unies pour l’alimentation et l’agriculture.

PRIX : Vétérinaires et techniciens/technologues agréés : 150 $ (membres de la Réserve vétérinaire canadienne : 90 $)Les places sont limitées, alors ne tardez pas à vous inscrire à l’adresse https://animalhealth.ca/fr/gusa/formation

 

Equine muscular disorders part 1: Diagnostic approach and exertional rhabdomyolysis, presented by Dr. Jean-Yin Tan.

This 60-minute webcast will be available for on-demand streaming starting September 1, 2021, via the web portal CommuniVET.com.

Echinococcus multilocularis: An emerging threat to dogs and people in Canada?, presented by Dr. Andrew S. Peregrine.

This 60-minute webcast will be presented live on July 27 and will be available afterwards for on-demand streaming, via the web portal CommuniVET.com.

CVMA Convention

July 22-25, 2021, Calgary Alberta.

Head to the CVMA Convention in Calgary! Reunite with colleagues and participate in hands-on labs at the University of Calgary. Interact in workshops and elevate yourself in Masterclasses under the hospitality of the Hyatt Regency Calgary.
Can’t Make it in Person? Prefer to Stay in Your Jammies? There is Something for Everyone, Near or Far. Join us virtually from the comfort of your own home! The CE program for the 2021 CVMA Hybrid Convention has been adapted to offer engaging presentations, with over 110 hours of continuing education, for both in-person and virtual attendees. We are with you still, every step of your way!
https://pheedloop.com/cvma21/site/home/ 
https://www.canadianveterinarians.net/news-events/news/2021-cvma-convention-times-are-changing

The economic feasibility of endoscopy for the small animal general veterinary practice, presented by Dr. Brian Evans.

This 60-minute webcast will be presented live on July 8 and will be available afterwards for on-demand streaming, via the web portal CommuniVET.com. After viewing the video, participants will be prompted to complete a questionnaire to evaluate their understanding of the subject.

 

Frustrating Felines: Inappetant Cats, presented by Dr. Diane Delmain.

This 60-minute webcast will be available for on-demand streaming starting July 2, via the web portal CommuniVET.com. After viewing the video, participants will be prompted to complete a questionnaire to evaluate their understanding of the subject.

ACVIM consensus statement on Lyme disease and its relevance to Canada, presented by Dr. Andrew S. Peregrine.

This 60-minute webcast will be presented live on June 29 and will be available afterwards for on-demand streaming, via the web portal CommuniVET.com. After viewing the video, participants will be prompted to complete a questionnaire to evaluate their understanding of the subject.

 

Skin scrapes and sangria: Dermatology happy hourpresented by Dr. Stephen Waisglass and Dr. Charlie Pye.

This 60-minute webcast will be presented live on May 20 and will be available afterwards for on-demand streaming, via the web portal CommuniVET.com.

Approach to weight loss and poor appetite in cats, presented by Dr. Jessica M. Quimby. This 60-minute webcast will be presented live on May 11 and will be available afterwards for on-demand streaming, via the web portal CommuniVET.com.

Demystifying pharmaceutical compounding presented by Dr. Danny Joffe and Sebastian Denison. This 60-minute webcast will be presented live on May 5 and will be available afterwards for on-demand streaming, via the web portal CommuniVET.com

 

Chronic kidney disease Part 1: The paradigm shift from late diagnosis to earlier diagnosis and even prediction! (Crystal ball?), presented live on February 23, 2021 and available afterwards for on-demand streaming.

Chronic kidney disease Part 2: The evolution of evidence-based treatments from Stage 1 to 4 (Google Doctor Who??), presented live on March 30, 2021 and available afterwards for on-demand streaming.

These two 60-minute webcasts will be presented by Dr. Soren Boysen and Dr. Serge Chalhoub and will be available after the live events for on-demand streaming, via the web portal CommuniVET.com.

Client communication that promotes professional wellbeing

 This 60-minute webcast presented by Dr. Marie Holowaychuk. will be presented live on February 18 and will be available afterwards for on-demand streaming, via the web portal CommuniVET.com.

Practical considerations for the vaccination of cats and dogs in 2021

This 60-minute webcast will be presented by Dr. Michelle Evason, Dr. Enid Stiles and Dr. Scott Weese. It will be live on February 11 and will be available afterwards for on-demand streaming, via the web portal CommuniVET.com.

Update on Diabetes Mellitus in Dogs and Cats

This 60-minute webcast by Dr. Deborah S. Greco will be available for on-demand streaming starting February 5 2021, via the web portal CommuniVET.com