Welcome to the dvm360 CE Center

On demand RACE-approved CE to support you with the knowledge you need, safely from your home. Learn more about the dvm360 CE Center and the courses we offer below. Not Registered? Click here to gain access to the dvm360 CE Center. Price for full 15 CE credit program: Veterinarian $99, Support Staff and Students $49.

Welcome to the dvm360 CE Center

On demand RACE-approved CE to support you with the knowledge you need, safely from your home. Learn more about the dvm360 CE Center and the courses we offer below. Not Registered? Click here to gain access to the dvm360 CE Center. Price for full 15 CE credit program: Veterinarian $99, Support Staff and Students $49.

1.0 HOUR CE COURSE

The Diagnostic Approach to the Pruritic Dog

The dermatologic database is crucial in understanding the etiology of the itchy dog. Understand the diagnostic approaches needed in diagnosing the pruritic dog. LEARN MORE

1.0 HOUR CE COURSE

Itchy Dog Case-based Discussion: What Would You Do?

Get a sense of appreciation in understanding, recognizing and diagnosing dermatologic conditions seen in everyday practice! You may be surprised the diagnoses. LEARN MORE

1.0 HOUR CE COURSE

Telemedicine: From Inception to Execution in the Veterinary Space

Telemedicine has exponentially increased due to the recent COVID-19 pandemic. Learn from key opinion leaders how telemedicine can be implemented into your every day practice including curbside concierge service for pet parents. We explore the valid client-patient relationship and provide some best practices to help provide you with the knowledge you need to practice with telemedicine yourself! LEARN MORE

Supported by an educational grant from TeleVet

1.0 HOUR CE COURSE

Technology With COVID-19 Pandemic

How has technology become even more relevant with COVID-19 present? This presentation will discuss technology with the clinic and its staff, team member safety, and technology for pet owners. LEARN MORE

Supported by an educational grant from PetDesk®

1.0 HOUR CE COURSE

Alternative Drugs on the Block…They ARE the New Kids on the Block (What to Use During Our Current Drug Shortage)

This webinar discusses current drugs that are on manufacture backorder or in limited use due to the current COVID-19 pandemic. Modified anesthetic protocols will be discussed as well as a review of emergency drugs to use for those essential critical services. The proper and effective use of compounding medications during times of crisis will also be highlighted. LEARN MORE

1.0 HOUR CE COURSE

SBA Loans and Federal Assistance for Veterinary Team Members During
COVI D-19 and Beyond

This webinar will provide the business owner with currently available information to get started on receiving the financial relief and payroll assistance needed, especially during COVID-19. A discussion on new graduate and student loan debt during COVID-19 will also be emphasized. LEARN MORE

Supported by an educational grant from Nationwide®

1.0 HOUR CE COURSE

Pain Management in the Face of Shortages

We have been taught opioids are the gold standard for moderate to severe pain. Now with the ongoing Covid-19 crisis many practices are having to reconsider opioid inventory, to go home prescriptions and bal­ancing best practices with safety and ethics of “do no harm”. We will discuss options of pain management less reliant on opioids and practical approaches for medications to go home while still providing superior pain management. LEARN MORE

Supported by an educational grant from Vetoquinol

1.0 HOUR CE COURSE

Disjointed: What We Know, What We Don’t Know and Where We’re Going With Cannabinoid Therapy

Join us for an evidence-based session on all the studies currently published in regard to the use of cannabi­noids in companion animals. We will discuss the endocannabinoid system, practical approaches and uses and misconceptions about cannabinoids in veterinary medicine. LEARN MORE

1.0 HOUR CE COURSE

Orofacial Anatomy and Common Oral Diseases in Dogs and Cats, Part 1

Veterinary dentistry is a vital role in every day practice. It all begins with understanding the anatomy of the oral cavity and skull in dogs and cats. Learn all the key concepts, anatomy including blood vessels and nerves in this part 1 of 2 series to veterinary dentistry! LEARN MORE

1.0 HOUR CE COURSE

Orofacial Anatomy and Common Oral Diseases in Dogs and Cats, Part 2

Reboot your dental acumen! This lecture will discuss conscious and anesthetized oral exam techniques while providing a refresher of orofacial anatomy and examples of common diseases in dogs and cats. LEARN MORE

1.0 HOUR CE COURSE

Dental Zebras You’ll Want to Know Better

This session will encourage discussion of cases in oral surgery and oral medicine that are presented rarely, but when they do present, they have characteristic features that allow for accurate diagnosis and treatment. Maybe you have not seen some of these rare diseases, but the question remains: have they seen you? This lecture will focus on the rare cases: those that you don’t see every day, or perhaps not even every year. However, when you do see them, knowing what they look like and how to treat them? Priceless. LEARN MORE

1.0 HOUR CE COURSE

Telemedicine–Real World Case Examples

This session will educate attendees how to utilize telemedicine to care for veterinary clients and patients during the pandemic and beyond. We will also be discussing telemedicine use medical cases to shows its practicality. LEARN MORE

1.0 HOUR CE COURSE

Have You Ever Seen This?

A diagnosis in veterinary dermatology can be made in 1 of 3 ways – a positive test, response to therapy or based on clinical experience. There are several skin diseases that present with classical clinical signs which can help the veterinarian narrow down the list of differentials and decide the best confirmatory test. This presentation will discuss several canine (and feline) dermatologic cases enabling veterinarians to recognize the condition in their own patients. Diagnostics and therapies will also be touched on. LEARN MORE

1.0 HOUR CE COURSE

Beyond Disk Dogs and Brain Tumors: The Advantages of the Neurology Referral and Diagnostic Testing

This presentation will highlight the value of a strong relationship between general practitioners and veterinary neurologists when dealing with cases ranging from idiopathic epilepsy to complex lower motor neuropathies. We are going to discuss interesting case studies showing some of the less common and sometimes forgotten neurologic diagnoses that present with symptoms resembling common maladies, and review how a close relationship and collaboration between the general practitioner and the specialist can provide better (and many times excellent) patient outcomes that were once thought to be impossible or too expensive to achieve. The discussion will also explore how the relationship between the general practice and a specialty practice should function to increase the respect, capacity, and revenue of the general practice. LEARN MORE

Supported by an educational grant from Hallmarq Veterinary Imaging

1.0 HOUR CE COURSE

The Most Common Financial Issues in a Vet Clinic to Bleed Profitability

As a business owner, there are certain financials that you must know and understand. Just as you monitor ‘vital signs’ of a patient you must monitor the vital signs of your business. In this 50 minutes presentation we are going to cover some of the most common issues that can drain your ability to be profitable. All Associates need to understand these vital signs as well. LEARN MORE

Supported by an educational grant from First Financial Bank

The dvm360 CE Center

During the COVID-19 pandemic, dvm360’s parent company, MJH Life Sciences™ , is committed to delivering credible information and providing support to veterinary health care professionals on the front lines by hosting a series of webinars on a wide range of clinical and business-related topics. dvm360, which also hosts the popular live CE events Fetch and the Atlantic Coast Veterinary Conference, is pleased to bring you these virtual CE programs focused on helping you deliver the best possible care for your patients now and in the future. Throughout the series, dvm360’s Chief Veterinary Officer and event moderator Adam Christ­man, DVM, MBA, will weigh in on how you can best apply this information to your practice even in these most challenging of times. On behalf of Dr. Christman and the entire dvm360 family, thank you for all you continue to do, risking your own safety while helping those that can’t speak for themselves. Not Registered? Click here to gain access to the dvm360 CE Center.

 

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