All CommuniVET™ learning activities identified with this stamp are submitted for accreditation (CE credits) to the provincial bodies governing veterinarians and RVTs/AHTs. CommuniVET™ will issue certificates of attendance for these activities, which participants may use to claim CE credits from their respective governing body’s continuing education recognition program.
Understanding periodontal disease (PD) is an important first step in controlling the disease and the impacts it has on patients. During this webcast, Dr. Josée Marcoux will retrace the pathogeny of PD, with a focus on how to convey to clients the importance of the disease and its prevention. She will also be thoroughly discussing home care.
As a veterinary care provider, you are likely feeling overworked and exhausted by the never-ending pull of patient care, client needs, and other professional obligations. When you add to these the demands of your life outside of work, such as raising children, caregiving for pets, or practising self-care, it is no wonder that you feel burnt out. And as you move into the new year, your desire to balance work and home life will become stronger, leaving you to wonder, is it really possible to...
During this webcast, Dr. Jessica Pang will discuss the challenges related to deciding when and how to use benzodiazepines in daily practice. She will also provide guidelines on the following aspects: how to take advantage of the physiologic effects of midazolam and diazepam; and,how to incorporate them into sedation and anesthesia protocols for small animal patients.
Join us for this webcast featuring Dr. Barbara Bryer who discusses why she's passionate about emergency medicine and why this might be the right career path for you.
VetStrategy is collaborating with BMO to host a special webcast to discuss basic financial planning strategies for veterinary students, including how to manage student debt. Accompanied by BMO Manager, Tas Pollesel, join Dr. Amy Butler and Dr. Catherine Daniel as they share their candid experience and how they achieved their personal goals.
Join us as two renowned experts in pet nutrition, Drs. Julie Churchill and Sarah Abood, share a comprehensive overview on why having nutrition conversations with clients is important and how veterinary health care teams can include nutrition conversations in their daily clinical practice. This fun and interactive presentation promises to help give teams practical tips and tricks that these experts have learned throughout their careers, including: a framework to each nutritional conversation:...
What’s new in feline chronic kidney disease (CKD)? During this webcast, Dr. Jessica Quimby discusses common metabolic disturbances and secondary medical complications that are associated with feline CKD, as well as updates on our growing body of knowledge in this field. In addition, this webcast is an opportunity to appreciate new data on strategies for medical management of feline CKD, and to understand the importance of formulating and actively managing a nutritional plan for the affected...
Cats are the most popular pet today, resulting in many of them needing veterinary care. Common misunderstandings still widely circulate about the common Felis sylvestrus catus causing veterinary professionals to feel frustrated with their domestic short-haired patients. For instance, many cats are being incorrectly identified as “mean” when they are actually scared, which may lead to a lack of appropriate care. During this webcast, Animal Behaviour Specialist, Dr. Colleen Wilson will describe...
During this webcast, cardiology specialist and professor, Dr. Sonya G. Gordon will provide a quick overview of the ACVIM consensus guidelines for the diagnosis and treatment of myxomatous mitral valve disease in dogs. She will also delve into some important questions regarding the following topics: diagnosing the various ACVIM stages of canine heart disease and failure with a focus on Stage B2;the current recommended treatment for the various ACVIM stages of mitral valve disease;what are...