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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.

 

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

 

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.

 

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.

 

 “The Softer Side of Steroids: HCA in the Treatment of Skin and Ear Disease” (free webinar) 

Join Dr. Douglas DeBoer DVM, DACVD on Thursday, April 29, 2021 at 9:00-10:30 PM (EST). To register: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8697215455195394317

 

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

 

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.

 

Otitis Externa Management

May 13, 2021 from 10:00pm – 11:30 pm. Dr. Christina Restrepo, DVM, DACVD will discuss the causes of otitis externa as well as recurring otitis externa, cytology and treatment, preventive maintenance, discuss new product and review existing ear cleaner. To register, click HERE

 

The 4th Annual Moncton Virtual CE Summit

For the first time ever, Moncton is pleased to welcome the rest of Canada to their virtual CE Summit!  Our keynote speaker this year is Dr. Andy Roark and along with his great sessions there will be an exhibit hall, games and fun!  The event takes place May 15th & May 16th, 2021.

Registration is FREE and the first 100 people to register will be entered to win a copy of ‘Veterinary Emergency & Critical Care Manual, 3rd Edition’ by Dr. Karol Mathews, courtesy of the VetStrategy team

The sessions are only available in English and CE accreditation is pending.

Click the link to register today . We look forward to seeing you there!

 

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.

 

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!
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