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HYBRID PROGRAMS

The Intensive Learning Experience revolutionizes the way you expand your veterinary knowledge. We choose topics that matter to you, then create a series of in-depth online courses, which you can complete when you want and where you want. Immerse yourself in lectures on subjects ranging from communicating with clients to complex technical issues.

If you wish to enhance your experience, join us for the in-person lab for the Ultimate Learning Experience. This will allow you to not only take advantage of the benefits online learning offers, but will also provide hands-on education and the ability to ask questions and collaborate with other professionals.

ONLINE LEARNING

Earn your continuing education credits in the comfort of your home or office. These programs are available for immediate download.

Online Learning Experience: Exotics

Absorb a wealth of knowledge on exotic animal emergencies provided by top experts in the field with On-Line Learning Experience: Exotics. This collection of online lectures contains rich information that you can seamlessly incorporate into your practice, including issues like small mammal respiratory and avian emergencies, plus much more.

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Soft Tissue Surgery on demand

Soft Tissue Surgery in Small Animal Practice

The Webinar Series: Soft Tissue Surgery in Small Animal Practice is a series of ten recorded webinars that are available at your convenience. John Berg (DVM, MS, DACVS) a professor in the Department of Clinical Sciences at the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine, is the course director. Each lecture is 1 hour of Continuing Veterinary Medical Education credit. CVME certificates are sent via email after successful completion (scoring 80% or higher) of each webinar’s test.

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Nutrition on demand

Nutrition for the Small Animal Practitioner

The Webinar Series: Nutrition for the Small Animal Practitioner is a series of four recorded webinars recorded in October 2013. Lisa M. Freeman (DVM, PhD, DACVN) a professor in the Department of Clinical Sciences at the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine, is the course director. Each lecture is 1 hour of Continuing Veterinary Medical Education credit. CVME certificates are sent via email after successful completion (scoring 80% or higher) of each webinar’s test.

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Online Learning: Dentistry

Dive into dentistry with nationally-recognized speakers, William Rosenblad, DVM and Don DeForge, VMD. In On-Line Learning: Dentistry, you will be immersed into this specialty service with an in-depth series of online education lectures, covering topics from advances in oral radiology to guided bone regeneration.

Grateful acknowledgement is made to AMERIVET for their generous support of this program.

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IN-PERSON PROGRAMS

Plan to attend our traditional in-person, hands-on courses. The following are upcoming offerings.

Emergency & Critical Care - Trauma: November 3, 2019

Timely Topics: December 8, 2019

Basic Abdominal Small Animal Ultrasound Lab: November 9 and 10, 2019

Basic Abdominal Small Animal Ultrasound Lab

This interactive course is designed for veterinarians interested in applying ultrasound examination in their daily practice but who have no or little experience with ultrasound.

VETERINARY TRAUMA SYMPOSIUM

Mark your calendars –November 3, 2019 for the Tufts Emergency & Critical Care Veterinary Trauma Symposium.

Neurology for small animal practitioners: Approach to canine back issues

Diagnosis and treatment of spinal issues are some of the most challenging in veterinary medicine. Our neurology team takes the small animal practitioner through the process of identifying the issues and finding a solution.

Continuing Education at Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts

In-Person CE Offerings

Emergency & Critical Care – Veterinary Trauma Symposium: November 3, 2019

Basic Abdominal Small Animal Ultrasound Lab: November 9 and 10, 2019

21st Annual Timely Topics in Internal Medicine, December 8, 2019

Neurology for small animal practitioners: Approach to canine back issues, January 12, 2020

21st Annual Timely Topics in Internal Medicine

Back for its 21st year, the annual Timely Topics in Internal Medicine brings veterinarians the latest in research and treatment without having to travel to a specialist conference. Designed by specialists to provide the information that practicing veterinarians need, Timely Topics has become a staple on the continuing education calendar. This program is for veterinarians who want up-to-the-minute information from nationally recognized speakers in a comfortable, convenient and affordable setting.