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2014

March
23
Exotic Companion Mammal Symposium
March 23, 8:00 AM -5:45 PM
Location: Cordova, TN
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Record number: 86

March
27
Introduction to AABP
March 27, 6:00 PM
Location: Watkins auditorium of the Boling University Center - UTM
Contact: Danny Walker, DVM, dwalke41@utm.edu
Comments: Topics include: Importance of animal health, veterinarian and diagnostic laboratories to cattle industry.
Current topic updates, animal welfare changes and the impact on cattle industry, update on politics and science of antimicrobial use in food animals. For Speaker Bio click on more info link below.
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Record number: 100

April
11
Continuing Education at Zion National Park
Friday, April 11-14
Record number: 104

April
12
Basic Fracture Continuing Education
April 12-13
Location: Knoxville, TN
Contact: Birgit Schelkle, birgit.schelkle@scilvet.com
Comments: Description:
This 2 Day combination lecture and wet lab will cover the management of simple fractures of the forelimb - radius, ulna, and hind limb tibia and femur. IM pinning, hemicerclage, full cerclage wires, tension bands and plating will be covered.
Attendees will have the opportunity to work with ethically obtained cadavers to properly understand patient preparation and draping, the approach to the bone, and tools and implants needed for basic fracture repair.

Speaker: Dr. LeeAnn Blackford, DVM, DACVS
Dr. LeeAnn Blackford graduated from Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1981. After four years in general practice, Dr. Blackford completed a three-year residency program in small animal surgery at the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine. She achieved board certification by the American College of Veterinary Surgeons in 1997. Dr. Blackford has been performing referral surgery in the Knoxville are since 1986. Her area of expertise is orthopedic surgery.

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Record number: 101

April
26
UC Davis Avian & Exotic Medicine Club's 29th Annual Symposium
April 26-27
Location: Online via live interactive webinar, or in person at UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine, Davis CA
Comments: CE Hours Available: 14 hours
Description: The Avian & Exotic Medicine Club at the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine will be hosting their 29th Annual Symposium in Davis, CA on April 26-27, 2014. This year's symposium will feature nationally‐acclaimed speakers Drs. Natalie Antinoff and Doug Mader, as well as multiple UC Davis faculty speakers. Registration details and further information are available on our website.

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Record number: 88

May
8
Dentistry 101: Creating Healthy Mouths and Happy Clients
May 8
Location: Northern Illinois University Hoffman Estates Campus; Hoffman Estates, IL
Comments: An introductory dental course for veterinarians and technicians. Interactive lecture topics include: creating a dental department, review of tooth and oral anatomy, steps of a complete oral examination, review of oral pathology, steps of periodontal therapy, dental charting, and client education. This course will provide veterinarians and technicians with the basic knowledge to get started in veterinary dentistry. Click Here for Brochure
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Record number: 91

May
9
Intraoral Radiology: Beyond What Our Eyes Can See
May 9
Location: Northern Illinois University Hoffman Estates Campus; Hoffman Estates, IL
Comments: This course is designed for veterinarians and technicians. Intraoral radiology is the cornerstone to the diagnosis, treatment planning, and monitoring of oral disease. It allows us to determine what pathology lies where our eyes cannot see and to determine treatment protocol based on factual information. Tips and techniques to obtain diagnostic intraoral radiographs will be discussed. A wet lab will allow participants to have "hands on" practice in the use of dental radiography and dental digital radiography. A lecture discussing the interpretation of dental radiographs will follow the laboratory. Click Here for Brochure
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Record number: 92

May
10
Dentistry 201: Local Anesthesia, Periodontal Surgery, and Extraction Techniques
May 10
Comments: Northern Illinois University Hoffman Estates Campus; Hoffman Estates, IL
Description: This course is for veterinarians only. Interactive lecture topics include: pain management in oral surgery, periodontal surgery, and steps to surgical extractions. The laboratory following the lectures will allow the veterinarian to practice local anesthetic techniques, open and closed root planing and curettage, use of perioceutic, gingivectomy, and surgical extractions on dog and cat specimens. Click here for Brochure
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Record number: 93

June
8
Practical Veterinary Seminars is Presenting a Surgery Seminar with Dr. M. Joseph Bojrab
June 8
Location: Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Memphis/Germantown
Comments: RACE approved, 8 CE Hours. The following will be covered: Surgery of the Anus-This presentation will include conditions encountered with the anal area of dogs. Perianal fistulas, Perineal Hernia & anal sac disease will be covered in a practical descriptive manner. A simplified anal sac removal, which every practitioner should know, will be demonstrated. Surgery of the Stomach-This presentation will concentrate on gastric dilatation volvulus syndrome. It will cover the pathophysiology in a comprehensive practical manner. It will also discuss all aspects of managing the disease including several surgical techniques. The practicing veterinarian should leave this, seminar with a clear picture of this disease and its treatment. Surgery of the Ear- Chronic ear disease is an ever perplexing problem for the veterinarian. This presentation is a practical approach to this problem. It will cover several new surgical ear procedures that work and cure the problem. This presentation will be one the most rewarding seminars that the practitioner will ever hear on this subject.New Product Review- This presentation will cover new products, their advantages and disadvantages and where they can be obtained as well as how they are best used. These products help make practice easier and more fun.
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Record number: 90

August
2
Association of Avian Veterinarians Annual Conference
August 2-6
Location: New Orleans, LA
Contact: Christal Pollock, DVM, Dipl. ABVP (Avian Practice), 216.212.3912, christal7@mac.com
Comments: 35th Annual Conference hosting a variety of talks and wet labs geared for all experience levels.
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Record number: 105

September
13
American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association Annual Conference
September 13-16
Location: Red Lion on the River Hotel in Portland, Oregon
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Record number: 85

September
18
Dentistry 101: Creating Healthy Mouths and Happy Clients
September 18
Location: Northern Illinois University Hoffman Estates Campus; Hoffman Estates, IL
Comments: Northern Illinois University Hoffman Estates Campus; Hoffman Estates, IL
Description: An introductory dental course for veterinarians and technicians. Interactive lecture topics include: creating a dental department, review of tooth and oral anatomy, steps of a complete oral examination, review of oral pathology, steps of periodontal therapy, dental charting, and client education. This course will provide veterinarians and technicians with the basic knowledge to get started in veterinary dentistry. Click here for Brochure
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Record number: 94

September
19
Intraoral Radiology: Beyond What Our Eyes Can See
September 19
Location: Northern Illinois University Hoffman Estates Campus; Hoffman Estates, IL
Comments: This course is designed for veterinarians and technicians. Intraoral radiology is the cornerstone to the diagnosis, treatment planning and monitoring of oral disease. It allows us to determine what pathology lies where our eyes cannot see and to determine treatment protocol based on factual information. Tips and techniques to obtain diagnostic intraoral radiographs will be discussed. A wet lab will allow participants to have "hands on" practice in the use of dental radiography and dental digital radiography. A lecture discussing the interpretation of dental radiographs will follow the laboratory. Click here for Brochure
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Record number: 95

September
20
Dentistry 201: Local Anesthesia, Periodontal Surgery, and Extraction Techniques
September 20
Location: Northern Illinois University Hoffman Estates Campus; Hoffman Estates, IL
Comments: This course is for veterinarians only. Interactive lecture topics include: pain management in oral surgery, periodontal surgery, and steps to surgical extractions. The laboratory following the lectures will allow the veterinarian to practice local anesthetic techniques, open and closed root planing and curettage, use of perioceutic, gingivectomy, and surgical extractions on dog and cat specimens. Click here for Brochure
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Record number: 96

September
23
Non-Ulcerative Corneal Diseaes: Diagnosis and Treatment
September 23, 6:30 PM -8:00 PM
Location: Veterinary Ophthalmology Services, 4344 Kenilwood Drive, Nashville, TN
Comments: Join us in a discussion of the diagnosis and treatment of corneal diseases such as chronic superficial keratitis (Pannus), corneal/endothelial dystrophy, and pigmentary keratitis
Presented by Louis J. Laratta, DVM, DACVO, Amity M. Huskey, DVM, MS, DACVO, and Meredith L. Voyles, DVM, MS
~ Worth 1 hour of continuing education credit ~

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Record number: 112

October
18
Exotic Animal Medicine for the Clinical Practitioner
October 18-19
Location: Disney's Coronado Springs Resort in Orlando
Comments: The course will provide 14 hours of CE credit.
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Record number: 109

October
18
ETVMA Conference
October 18-19
Comments: Dr. Leah Cohen will be the Saturday speaker and Louise S. Dunn of Snowgoose Veterinary Management Consulting will be the Sunday speaker . 10 CE credits are available.
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Record number: 110

October
20
Awareness and Prevention of Companion Animal Zoonotic Diseases and Collaboration among Health Professionals
October 20-November 10
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Record number: 113

October
23
Dentistry 101: Creating Healthy Mouths and Happy Clients
October 23
Location: Northern Illinois University Hoffman Estates Campus; Hoffman Estates, IL
Comments: An introductory dental course for veterinarians and technicians. Interactive lecture topics include: creating a dental department, review of tooth and oral anatomy, steps of a complete oral examination, review of oral pathology, steps of periodontal therapy, dental charting, and client education. This course will provide veterinarians and technicians with the basic knowledge to get started in veterinary dentistry. Click here for Brochure
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Record number: 97

October
24
Intraoral Radiology: Beyond What Our Eyes Can See
October 24
Location: Northern Illinois University Hoffman Estates Campus; Hoffman Estates, IL
Comments: This course is designed for veterinarians and technicians. Intraoral radiology is the cornerstone to the diagnosis, treatment planning and monitoring of oral disease. It allows us to determine what pathology lies where our eyes cannot see and to determine treatment protocol based on factual information. Tips and techniques to obtain diagnostic intraoral radiographs will be discussed. A wet lab will allow participants to have "hands on" practice in the use of dental radiography and dental digital radiography. A lecture discussing the interpretation of dental radiographs will follow the laboratory. Click here for Brochure
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Record number: 98

October
25
Dentistry 201: Local Anesthesia, Periodontal Surgery, and Extraction Techniques
October 25
Location: Northern Illinois University Hoffman Estates Campus; Hoffman Estates, IL
Comments: Northern Illinois University Hoffman Estates Campus; Hoffman Estates, IL
Description: This course is for veterinarians only. Interactive lecture topics include: pain management in oral surgery, periodontal surgery, and steps to surgical extractions. The laboratory following the lectures will allow the veterinarian to practice local anesthetic techniques, open and closed root planing and curettage, use of perioceutic, gingivectomy, and surgical extractions on dog and cat specimens. Click here for Brochure
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Record number: 99

October
30
19th Annual ABVP Symposium
October 30-November 2
Location: Nashville, TN
Contact: Amy Garrou, 713-688-0387, drgarrou@mem610.com
Comments: For Questions: 800.697.3583 or abvp@xmi-amc.com
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Record number: 84

November
1
Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care Conference, Seminar and Wet Lab
November 1
Location: UT College of Veterinary Medicine in Knoxville TN
Contact: Barbara Campbell, 865-974-7264 , bcampbe4@utk.edu
Comments: Six hours of CE will be provided for this program. All lectures will be held in the College of Veterinary Medicine.
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Record number: 114

November
8
Changes in Veterinary Antibiotic Regulations
November 8, 8:00 AM -4:00 PM
Location: Hilton Garden Inn & Conference Center, 410 S 3rd St., Manhattan, KS
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Record number: 115

December
2
UTCVM December Continuing Education Conference
December 2-5
Location: UT Agricultural Campus, Hollingsworth Auditorium
Contact: Barbara Campbell, 865/974-7264, bcampbe4@utk.edu
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Record number: 117

December
5
Mid-South Regional Conference
December 5-6
Location: Harrah's Convention Center, Tunica MS
Record number: 108



2015

February
22
37th Northern New England Veterinary Alpine Symposium
February 22-26
Location: Omni Mount Washington Resort, Bretton Woods, NH 03575
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Record number: 116

February
27
2015 Music City Veterinary Conference
February 27-March 1
Location: Embassy Suites Hotel, 1200 Conference Center Blvd, Murfreesboro, TN
Contact: Deloris Green Gaines, 931/438-0070, green.delo@gmail.com
Comments: 2015 marks the 15th year of the Music City Veterinary Conference (MCVC)-an event planned FOR practitioners, BY practitioners. We know that this conference will be an extraordinary opportunity for you to learn and receive top quality CE. Your colleagues are in touch with exactly what you want to know-and deliver! It is also a great place to meet experts in your field and network!
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Record number: 106

March
12
Vet Lectures and The International Union of Veterinary Cyclists
March 12-15
Location: Amara Resort, Sedona, AZ
Comments: This meeting provides 15 hours of RACE-approved CE. Complete info and registration can be found at www.vetlectures.com or by calling (773) CE4-VETS.
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Record number: 111


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