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Learn. Explore. Access. Discuss... And Earn Valuable CE Credit.

Finding time for earning continuing education credits can be difficult. That's why we're making it easier than ever by offering new On Demand Continuing Education presented by some of MedVet's best and brightest. To access, click the link to the desired course and view the recording. Be sure to pay attention because you are required to pass the course exam to earn RACE credit.

 

Clinically Relevant Literature Articles 

Presented by Caeley J. Melmed, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM)

This course will follow Dr. Melmed as she reviews and summarizes over 10 clinically relevant internal medicine literature studies.

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Take the Exam to be Eligible to Earn 0.5 Credit Hours of RACE-approved Continuing Education for Veterinarians and Technicians.

 

B-line to Feline CHF: Point of Care Ultrasound to Diagnose Feline  Congestive Heart Failure in the Emergency Room 

Presented by Andrew Taylor, DVM, MS, DACVECC

This course uses a case example to demonstrate how point of care ultrasound can help differentiate congestive heart failure from other causes of feline lower respiratory disease in the emergency room.

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Take the Exam to be Eligible to Earn 1.5 Credit Hours of RACE-approved Continuing Education for Veterinarians and Technicians.

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The ABC’s of Controlled Substances and Veterinary Medicine in Illinois 

Part 1 of 3  - The Opioid Crisis in America 

Presented by Matthew Verbsky, DVM, MS, Director of Quality and Regulatory Compliance at MedVet

This course provides a look at the opioid crisis in America, including a look at the history of the crisis, where we are now, and where we're trying to get in the future. Additionally, the course will provide more in-depth information on how Illinois has been affected and what the state has done to combat the crisis. Note: this course is RACE-approved for 1.0 hour of continuing education credit for veterinarians - program #20-805068.

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Take the Exam to be Eligible to Earn 1.0 hour of RACE credit for Veterinarians

 

The ABC’s of Controlled Substances and Veterinary Medicine 

Part 2 of 3 - How Opioids affect Our World 

Presented by Matthew Verbsky, DVM, MS, Director of Quality and Regulatory Compliance at MedVet

This course provides a background on veterinary medicine's role in the opioid crisis. There is a discussion on the issues of burnout and suicide in our veterinary profession and the role opioids play. Finally we'll look at diversion of drugs in practice related to both clients and their pets and the veterinary team itself. Note: this course is RACE-approved for 1.0 hour of continuing education credit for veterinarians; program #20-805078.

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Download the PowerPoint for Future Reference

Take the Exam to Be Eligible to Earn 1.0 hour of RACE Continuing Education Credit for Veterinarians

 

The ABC’s of Controlled Substances and Veterinary Medicine  

Part 3 of 3 - Best Practices and Legal Requirements 

Presented by Matthew Verbsky, DVM, MS, Director of Quality and Regulatory Compliance at MedVet

This course reviews how best to handle and utilize controlled substances within the veterinary practice through the incorporation of both federal and state legal requirements make sure we maintain compliance at all levels. Note: this course is RACE-approved for 1.0 hour of continuing education credit for veterinarians; program #20-805084.

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Download the PowerPoint for Future Reference

Take the Exam to Be Eligible for 1.0 hour of RACE Continuing Education Credit for Veterinarians

 

Ocular Emergencies 

An Introduction into the Most Common Emergencies and How Best to Tackle Them 

Presented by Kate Bedard, DVM, DACVO

This course reviews how to recognize and diagnose common ocular emergencies, which ophthalmic emergencies should be referred and in what time frame, and management of the traumatic ocular proptosis.

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Take the Exam to Be Eligible for 1.0 hour of RACE-approved Continuing Education for Veterinarians and Technicians

 

Compassion Fatigue: Recognition, Treatment, and Prevention 

Presented by Megan Williams, GBA, CCFP

This course will provide veterinary professionals the education and understanding on how Compassion Fatigue impacts the veterinary profession and how we can work together to recognize, treat, and prevent. It provides tips on combatting compassion fatigue including the QPR tool that aids in effective intervention in a crisis situation. With a high prevalence of suicide in veterinary medicine it is critical that we have the education and resources to support our colleagues. This presentation will also teach PAWS -- practice mindfulness, assess your self-care, work together, and say something.

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Take the Exam to Be Eligible for 1.0 hour of RACE -approved Continuing Education for Veterinarians and Technicians

Download the PowerPoint PDF for Future Reference

 

QPR: Question, Persuade, and Refer: Three Steps Anyone Can Learn to Help Prevent Suicide 

Presented by Megan Williams, GBA, CCFP

This course will provide veterinary professionals the QPR tool that aids in effective intervention when someone you know is suicidal or in a crisis situation. With a high prevalence of suicide in veterinary medicine it is critical that we have the education and resources to support our co-workers.

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Take the Exam to Be Eligible for 1.0 hour of RACE-approved Continuing Education for Veterinarians and Technicians

Download the PowerPoint PDF for Future Reference

 

Tips and Tricks for Dental Extractions 

Presented by Kelly Saverino, DVM, DAVDC

This lecture is designed to provide a foundation for dental extraction principles, equipment and highlight common complications. How to treat such complications when they occur as well as avoid the occurrence of complications altogether will be discussed. Photographic step-by-step descriptions will be used to highlight proper procedure for extractions. Case examples will be used to illustrate common complications, how to avoid them and how to treat them.

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Take the Exam to be Eligible for 1.0 hour of RACE-approved Continuing Education for Veterinarians and Technicians

 

Otitis Externa in Canine and Feline Patients 

Presented by Carolyn Emery, DVM, Diplomate, ACVD

This lecture is a review of Otitis externa for general practice (updates from NAVDF 2021) and when it is recommended for dermatology management of Otitis externa.

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Take the Exam to be Eligible for 1.0 hour of RACE-approved Continuing Education for Veterinarians and Technicians

 

Important Update Regarding the Tracking of CE Course Completion

As a RACE program provider, MedVet will upload attendance of those completing our On Demand CE to the AAVSB. For your attendance to be uploaded and centrally recorded and tracked via RACEtrack, you will need to provide your license number. This is up to each individual. The AAVSB has updated their RACE standards and providing your license number will not be mandatory until January 2022. You will receive RACE CE credit with or without providing your license number. You will also be able to download a certificate upon completion of the On Demand CE. To learn more about RACEtrack, visit the AAVSB website to access your RACE credits or learn more.