On-Demand Courses

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  • Cat with Acute and Chronic Kidney Disease

    On Demand: Acute and Chronic Kidney Disease – Diagnosis and Management

    $49.00

    3 hours CE │ Self-paced

    Originally presented in early 2021, this on-demand course features three videos, through which we’ll discuss key steps in the management of dogs and cats with acute kidney injury, chronic kidney disease, and hypertension. Register to hear effective and simple methods for managing fluid deficits, nausea and vomiting, anemia, weight loss and other common problems associated with renal disease. Finally, find out which of your patients are at risk for hypertension, learn how to accurately measure blood pressure in your own clinic without invasive equipment, and understand why diagnosing and treating hypertension is so important.

  • Example canine heartworm disease

    On Demand: Canine Heartworm Disease: A Photographic Tour

    $19.00

    1.5 hours CE │ Self-paced

    Originally presented in December 2020, this video will focus on disease pathology associated with D. immitis infection in both dogs and cats. Radiographs, histopathology and gross necropsy images will be utilized to illustrate the development and progression of heartworm disease, as well as the correlation of pathology with clinical illness. Viewers will better understand the disease caused by heartworms, and ultimately, the need for prevention, early detection, and prompt treatment when heartworm infection is diagnosed

  • Cat looking outside a window in a building

    On Demand: Feline Heartworm Disease

    $19.00

    1 hours CE │ Self-paced

    Originally presented in December 2020, this one-hour video course will shed light on an underdiagnosed and often misunderstood disease – feline heartworm disease. In this info-packed session, we will review the incidence of feline heartworm disease and recommendations for improving compliance with feline heartworm prevention. Then, we’ll cover principles for diagnosing heartworms in the feline patient and for recognizing and treating HARD (Heartworm Associated Respiratory Disease).

  • Kissing bug

    On Demand: Canine Chagas Disease: Epidemiology, Diagnosis, and Treatment

    $40.00

    2.5 hours CE │ Self-paced

    Originally presented in 2020, this 3-session video series is your must-know guide to canine Chagas disease! After registration, these recorded sessions can be viewed at your own pace and referred back to anytime. 

    Hear from one of the nation’s leading experts in this devastating emerging disease. Dr. Roy Madigan will cover all aspects of Chagas disease, from prevalence to pathogenesis, diagnosis, novel treatments and environmental control. You’ll be amazed to hear what can be done to help your affected patients! 

  • Dog with tongue out in yard

    On Demand: Canine Heartworm Disease: Practical Basics Everyone Needs to Know

    $19.00

    1.5 hours CE │ Self-paced

    Originally presented in December 2020, this video will provide a refresher on the fundamental concepts of heartworm disease – vital information that everyone should know! We’ll review key components of the heartworm life cycle and biology, and discuss how those components guide the basic principles of prevention and treatment.

  • Veterinarian treating a dog

    On Demand: Canine Heartworm Disease: Rational Diagnostic Testing and Treatment

    $39.00

    2.5 hours CE │ Self-paced

    Originally presented in December 2020, this two-video course will provide a rational perspective on diagnosing and treating canine heartworm disease. Learners will hear a thoughtful analysis on which diagnostic tests to consider and when. In video 2, we’ll discuss the latest information on available treatments.

  • Cat with daisy wreath around neck

    On Demand: Happy Endings: Not Just a Fairy Tale

    $74.00

    4 hours CE │ Self-paced

    Originally presented in early 2021, this on-demand course features four sections, through which we’ll learn how to make end of life care an enjoyable and rewarding component of veterinary practice. Discover ways to create happy memories for your clients, your patients, and your staff. We will explore end of life care from both a medical perspective and an interpersonal, relationship-building perspective.

  • image of nerve with Part 1 written over it

    On Demand: Master Clinical Neurology Part 1: Neurolocalization

    $29.00

    2 hours CE │ Self-paced

    Through this segment, viewers will become familiar with the essential basic concepts of neurology. We will discuss the goals of a neurological examination, demonstrate the execution of a complete neurologic exam, define each neurolocalization unit of the nervous system (forebrain, brainstem, spinal cord, nerve and muscle), and review the function and location of lower motor neurons (LMN) vs upper motor neurons (UMN). 

    Through understanding of these concepts, viewers will be able to effectively identify neurologic disease and localize the lesion to a specific area of the nervous system. 

    Estimated time to complete: 2 to 2.5 hours

  • image of nerve with Part 2 written over it

    On Demand: Master Clinical Neurology Part 2: Seizures

    $49.00

    3.5 hours CE │ Self-paced

    In part two, viewers will study the identification, causes, treatment, and prevention of seizures. Upon completion of this segment, viewers will understand how to differentiate seizure-like episodes from true seizures, and will be able to utilize history, signalment and exam findings to determine the likelihood that a seizure is being caused by idiopathic epilepsy vs structural disease. Viewers will also hear recommendations for treatment and long-term management of seizures. Data and clinical justifications will be presented, to aid in medication selection and optimize outcomes for every patient. 

    Estimated time to complete: 3.5 to 4 hours

  • image of nerve with Part 3 written over it

    On Demand: Master Clinical Neurology Part 3: Vestibular and Inflammatory Diseases

    $29.00

    2 hours CE │ Self-paced

    In the final segment, viewers will learn to readily identify clinical signs relating to vestibular disease and inflammatory CNS disease. Concepts will be presented to aid in patient-side differentiation of vestibular signs as “peripheral” or “central”. Viewers will understand how to communicate prognosis and treatment recommendations for both peripheral and central lesions. 

    Viewers will also learn how to define, identify, and treat inflammatory diseases of the brain and spinal cord, with emphasis placed on the most common form – meningoencephalomyelitis of unknown etiology (MUE).

    Estimated time to complete: 2 to 2.5 hours

  • Cat looking out of the top of a box

    On Demand: Urine Trouble: Lower Urinary Tract Disorders of Cats

    $19.00

    1 hours CE │ Self-paced

    Originally presented in early 2021, this 1-hour on-demand video will review the latest research and provide novel concepts and recommendations for managing FLUTD. This course will challenge you to rethink your rationale in diagnosing, treating, and preventing lower urinary tract disease in cats

  • Dog laying next to person

    On-Demand: Opioids: Safety, Storage, and Responsible Pain Management

    $29.00

    2 hours CE │ Self-paced

    This webinar meets the Texas State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners opioid training requirement.

    This On-Demand Course is Packed with Must-Know Info

    Protect yourself, your practice, and your patients with this critically important CE! In this two hour video originally presented in 2021, Jane Quandt, DVM, DACVAA, DACVECC will help veterinary practices ensure they’re choosing the safest and most effective pain control options for their patients, while also shielding their team from the risks of abuse, theft, and legal challenges.