Upcoming CE & Events


Below is a list of a variety of CE topics.

SVMA-approved scientific and non-scientific CE hours are included.

Continuing Education Online Ongoing Other Events

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Continuing Education

2017 CFHS Canadian Link Conference

Dec 4 - Dec 6, 2017
Ottawa, ON
2017 CFHS Canadian Link Conference
#LINK2017 is an innovative, ground-breaking conference that will examine the link between violence against human beings and animals, looking at the vulnerabilities in both populations and how they intermingle. We will bring together key Canadian sectors that work to prevent and address violence against people or animals for cross-sector training on how to stop the cycles of violence. This is the first time a conference of this kind has happened in Canada, and it promises to kick-start much-needed action on violence.

The Who, What, and When of Abnormal Post-Partum Calcium Concentrations in Dairy Cows

Wednesday December 13, 2017
Live webinar, ON
Scientific CE Hours: 1
Dr Jessica McArt is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Population Medicine and Diagnostic Sciences at Cornell University. She performs clinical service for the Ambulatory and Production Medicine Clinic, teaches veterinary students both in the classroom and on farms, and conducts applied research on periparturient diseases in dairy cattle.

She will briefly review calcium physiology in the periparturient period and discuss the incidence of clinical and subclinical hypocalcemia. She will then discuss classification timing and thresholds, measurement methods, and testing strategies.

WCABP 27th Annual Conference

Jan 18 - Jan 20, 2018
Calgary, AB
Scientific CE Hours: 18
Contact Phyllis Mierau for information.
info@wcabp.com

CenCan Central Canadian Veterinary Conference

Feb 2 - Feb 4, 2018
Winnipeg, MB
2018's CenCan Conference theme is 'The Essence of a Changing World'. Registration opens in December at www.mvma.ca. For information, contact Tracy Rees at trees@mvma.ca.

CVMA Convention

Jul 5 - Jul 8, 2018
Vancouver, BC
Join us and experience the beauty of Vancouver and the west coast while earning valuable CE credits. Vancouver offers majestic mountains, glistening oceans, rainforests, world class shopping, gourmet meals, live entertainment, outdoor adventure, and much more! Vancouver is the “Gateway to Adventure” with easy access to Whistler, Vancouver Island, and the Canadian Rockies.


Online

Antimicrobial Resistance videos


Scientific CE Hours: 1
These videos are the first CE offered by SVMA in video form. Both address the problem of antimicrobial resistance and how it relates to veterinary practice.

These two one-hour videos from the Just Like You series created by Dr Bob Bellamy (Moose Jaw, SK) can be viewed by logging in to the SVMA member's side. Answer a few short questions at the end for an hour of AMR CE credit.

Fear Free Certification Program


Non-Scientific CE Hours: 7.0
The Fear Free Certification Program teaches veterinary professionals how to provide calming environments for their patients and educate clients on the advantages of a Fear Free visit for the health and well-being of their pets (as well as that of the pet owner and the hospital team). This is an online webinar series with 8 modules to be completed at the user's own pace.


Ongoing

The Social Side of Practice

Various
Non-Scientific CE Hours: 20
The Social Side of Practice is a unique, fully-accredited veterinary continuing education program to balance the medical side of practice. It is designed to help veterinary practitioners and their teams do what they do even better by providing insight, guidance, and strategies on the non-medical aspects of practice. With a focus on wellness, veterinary-client-patient communication, teamwork, leadership, and organizational culture, The Social Side offers not only what is integral to practicing good medicine, but to achieving happiness and prosperity in practice.

10 CE offerings, all of which offer evidence-based content reflecting the literature in the medical and social sciences. The Social Side of Practice sessions are RACE-approved.

Sessions are provided in lecture (1 hr.) and interactive (1.5-2 hrs.) formats. We award 1 CE credit per CE hour (50 minutes) with options for 1, 1.5, or 2 CE credits/session, depending on the session length. They are offered all year around, by request, to veterinarians and their teams across Canada (in-person when geographically feasible, and via webinar otherwise).

To find out more about this RACE approved program, visit Pets Plus Us, call 1-800-700-3391 or email care@petsplusus.com

WDDC Practice Tool Kit (WHMIS and SDS)

Your clinic, SK
Non-Scientific CE Hours: 1
Ongoing Lunch & Learns:
WDDC Practice Tool Kit Series (WHMIS & SDS). Presented by WHMIS certified WDDC representatives. This is an ongoing offer to practices and may be scheduled at your convenience.

Contact Karen Laventure 306-221-7681 or klaventure@wddc.com


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