Every year, we host two complimentary continuing education (CE) seminars for veterinary professionals. The spring course focuses on geriatric care and the fall course focuses on updates in veterinary oncology. Part of FETCH a Cure’s mission is to further education and awareness in the scope of pet cancer and age-related illnesses. By providing veterinary continuing education lectures to the public, we hope that professionals and pet owners will be empowered with the knowledge and tools to offer the best care for companion animals.
Below, you can find videos from some of our recent continuing education seminars. If you weren’t able to make it to these lectures, we hope you will attend our next event, which may be offered online. If you’re interested in becoming a sponsor, please contact email@example.com.
Due to the pandemic, the 2020 CE course launched online via VetBloom in October. It focuses on relevant updates in veterinary radiation, with presentations from: Dr. Ira Gordon, DVM, DACVR-RO, Dr. Molly Holmes, DVM, DACVR-RO, and Dr. Pamela White, DVM, DACVR-RO. This program has been approved by The American Association of Veterinary State Boards RACE committee for 2.5 CE credits for veterinarians and veterinary technicians.
“Palliative Radiation in Veterinary Medicine,” Dr. Molly Holmes
“From Consultation to Treatment: What Your Client Can Expect When Meeting with a Radiation Oncologist,” Dr. Pamela White
Dr. Kristen Parker, DVM, MVSc, Residency Trained in SAIM, Dogwood Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Center: Internal Medicine, a BluePearl Partner
See their presentations,“Chronic Hepatic Disease in Geriatric Dogs” and “Palliative Care for the Geriatric Patient,” on YouTube here.
Dr. Emma Evans, DVM Residency Trained in Critical Care, DACVECC, Dogwood Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Center: Critical Care, a BluePearl Partner
Watch her presentation, “Respiratory Distress in the Geriatric Patient,” on YouTube here.
Dr. Jeff Clarke, DVM, DACVIM, Veterinary Referral & Critical Care
View his presentation, “What Is a Tennis Ball: A Review of Cognitive Dysfunction and Other Geriatric Neurological Problems Identified in Small Animals,” on YouTube here.