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Sun Feb 4/24 Burnout Prevention & Workplace Wellbeing (AM SESSION) *RECORDING*
Sun, Jun 30, 2024
 
Agenda: Recording of Sun Feb 4/24 Live Zoom AM Session

Expires June 30/24

Link to Flyer

Topics:

Burnout Prevention: Put On Your Own Oxygen Mask First 

Description: 
With burnout impacting up to half of veterinary team members, it’s important that everyone takes steps to mitigate their risk of burnout. During this 3-hour session, evidence-based strategies for burnout management and prevention will be covered including ways to manage perfectionism, methods for coping with mistakes and ethical challenges in veterinary practice, and using mindfulness to boost mental health. All members of the veterinary team are invited to attend and will come away with practical and tangible strategies for lessening or preventing burnout while working in the veterinary profession. 

Learning Objectives: 
 Understand the different forms of perfectionism and when it can be helpful or harmful. 
 Know strategies for limiting perfectionism to prevent burnout. 
 Recognize the challenges that can arise in veterinary practice including ethical dilemmas and mistakes. 
 Learn strategies for practicing self-compassion and other methods to reduce moral distress and burnout. 
 Understand the benefits of mindfulness in veterinary practice and ways in which mindfulness can be incorporated into everyday life. 

3 CE credits approved by ABVMA & CVBC. SK & MB self-declare (ABVMA follows RACE guidelines)

To access: you must login to the website first, go to the Education tab/CAVM Recorded Sessions, add to cart, then checkout and make the payment if required. If there is a fee owing you must make the payment to complete your registration.

Email info@cavm.ab.ca if you require a username/password to log in. Please include your first/last name, title, personal email address, and the clinic/province you work at.
 
3.00 hrs CE credit
ABVMA approved
CVBC approved
 
Please register before Jun 30

If you plan to attend, please login for online registration and payment - or notify the CAVM Administrator by email.

 
  After you register and pay a link to the recording and quiz will be emailed to you within 48 hours.

You must get 80% or higher on the quiz to pass and receive the CE credits. A CE certificate will be emailed to you within 48 hours of successfully passing the quiz.  
  • Non-Member - $50.00
  • Office Manager - $25.00
  • Office Manager (Non-Member) - $50.00
  • Edmonton Association of Small Animal Veterinarians - $25.00
  • RVT - $25.00
  • Support Staff - $25.00
  • Vet Student - free
  • RVT Student - free
  • Intern - free
  • Member - $25.00
  • Executive - free
(5% GST will be added)  
  • UCVM, WDDC & CEVA
 
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Sun Feb 4/24 Burnout Prevention & Workplace Wellbeing (PM SESSION) *RECORDING*
Sun, Jun 30, 2024
 
Agenda: Recording of Sun Feb 4/24 Live Zoom PM Session

Expires June 30/24

Link to Flyer

Topics:

Workplace Wellbeing: Building Thriving Veterinary Teams 

Description: 
Research demonstrates that workplace toxicity can worsen symptoms of burnout and increase veterinary team members desire to leave their job. Additionally, veterinary team members who work in a healthy environment that fosters open communication and supports mental health have lower levels of burnout and higher levels of wellbeing. During this 3-hour session, evidence-based strategies for promoting effective team communication, conflict resolution, and mental health will be covered, as well as strategies for recognizing and mitigating workplace toxicity. All members of the veterinary team are welcome to attend, although this session will be most applicable for leaders in the veterinary workplace. 

Learning Objectives: 
 Recognize the common causes of toxicity in the veterinary workplace. 
 Learn strategies for reducing or preventing workplace toxicity. 
 Understand strategies for effective team communication and conflict resolution. 
 Learn ways to promote mental health in the veterinary workplace. 

3 CE credits approved by ABVMA & CVBC. SK & MB self-declare (ABVMA follows RACE guidelines)

To access: you must login to the website first, go to the Education tab/CAVM Recorded Sessions, add to cart, then checkout and make the payment if required. If there is a fee owing you must make the payment to complete your registration.

Email info@cavm.ab.ca if you require a username/password to log in. Please include your first/last name, title, personal email address, and the clinic/province you work at.
 
3.00 hrs CE credit
ABVMA approved
CVBC approved
 
Please register before Jun 30

If you plan to attend, please login for online registration and payment - or notify the CAVM Administrator by email.

 
  After you register and pay a link to the recording and quiz will be emailed to you within 48 hours.

You must get 80% or higher on the quiz to pass and receive the CE credits. A CE certificate will be emailed to you within 48 hours of successfully passing the quiz.  
  • Non-Member - $50.00
  • Office Manager - $25.00
  • Office Manager (Non-Member) - $50.00
  • Edmonton Association of Small Animal Veterinarians - $25.00
  • RVT - $25.00
  • Support Staff - $25.00
  • Vet Student - free
  • RVT Student - free
  • Intern - free
  • Member - $25.00
  • Executive - free
(5% GST will be added)  
  • UCVM, WDDC & CEVA
 
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Sun Nov 12/23 Surgery Lecture *RECORDING*
Sun, Jun 30, 2024
 
Agenda: Recording of Sun Nov 12/23 Live Zoom Session

Expires June 30, 2024 (extended!)

Link to flyer

Topics:

Part 1 (approx. 4 hours): General abdominal otomies and biopsy including gastrotomy, cystotomy, intestinal biopsy techniques, resection and anastomosis, liver, spleen and lymph node biopsy. Current recommended techniques, pre and postop patient management, and operative decisi ons such as suture choice, etc will be discussed. Additionally, complications that can occur with these procedures and the approach to recognizing them and managing them.

Part 2 (approx. 2 hours): Reconstructive surgery procedures such as skin flaps and various wound closure techniques will be presented.


6 CE credits approved by ABVMA & CVBC. SK & MB self-declare (ABVMA follows RACE guidelines)

To access: you must login to the website first, go to the Education tab/CAVM Recorded Sessions, add to cart, then checkout and make the payment if required. If there is a fee owing you must make the payment to complete your registration.

Email info@cavm.ab.ca if you require a username/password to log in. Please include your first/last name, title, personal email address, and the clinic/province you work at.
 
6.00 hrs CE credit
ABVMA approved
CVBC approved
 
Please register before Jun 30

If you plan to attend, please login for online registration and payment - or notify the CAVM Administrator by email.

 
  • Dr. Terri Schiller, DVM, CCRT, DACVS (Sessional Instructor, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Calgary) & (Surgeon, VCA Canada Western Veterinary Specialist and Emergency Centre)
 
After you register and pay a link to the recording and quiz will be emailed to you within 48 hours.

You must get 80% or higher on the quiz to pass and receive the CE credits. A CE certificate will be emailed to you within 48 hours of successfully passing the quiz.  
  • Non-Member - $100.00
  • Office Manager - $50.00
  • Office Manager (Non-Member) - $100.00
  • Edmonton Association of Small Animal Veterinarians - $50.00
  • RVT - $50.00
  • Support Staff - $50.00
  • Vet Student - free
  • RVT Student - free
  • Intern - free
  • Member - $50.00
  • Executive - free
(5% GST will be added)  
  • UCVM, VCA WVSEC & Eickemeyer
 
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Wed Jan 10/24 Raw Food - The Science *RECORDING*
Sun, Jun 30, 2024
 
Agenda: Recording of Wed Jan 10/24 Live Zoom Session

Expires June 30/24

Link to Flyer

Description:

Raw food feeding has become very popular in the last 30 years. Home-made raw food has been a trend for many years, and multiple companies produce raw food diets for sale in many pet stores and veterinary clinics. This talk will review the peer-reviewed science around raw food diets to help clinicians determine if this diet is nutritious and safe for pets, and if the food is safe for the pet parents feeding it.



2 CE credits approved by ABVMA & CVBC. SK & MB self-declare (ABVMA follows RACE guidelines)

To access: you must login to the website first, go to the Education tab/CAVM Recorded Sessions, add to cart, then checkout and make the payment if required. If there is a fee owing you must make the payment to complete your registration.

Email info@cavm.ab.ca if you require a username/password to log in. Please include your first/last name, title, personal email address, and the clinic/province you work at.
 
2.00 hrs CE credit
ABVMA approved
CVBC approved
 
Please register before Jun 30

If you plan to attend, please login for online registration and payment - or notify the CAVM Administrator by email.

 
  • Dr. Danny Joffe, DVM, DABVP (Emeritus) Canine and Feline Practice Vice President, Medical Operations VCA Canada
 
After you register and pay a link to the recording and quiz will be emailed to you within 48 hours.

You must get 80% or higher on the quiz to pass and receive the CE credits. A CE certificate will be emailed to you within 48 hours of successfully passing the quiz.  
  • Non-Member - $25.00
  • Office Manager - free
  • Office Manager (Non-Member) - $25.00
  • Edmonton Association of Small Animal Veterinarians - free
  • RVT - free
  • Support Staff - free
  • Vet Student - free
  • RVT Student - free
  • Intern - free
  • Member - free
  • Executive - free
(5% GST will be added)  
  • VCA Canada
 
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Wed Nov 8/23 GI Disease *RECORDING*
Sun, Jun 30, 2024
 
Agenda: Recording of Wed Nov 8/23 Live Zoom Session

Expires June 30, 2024 (extended!)

Link to flyer

Topics:

"GI disease - it's not all chronic diarrhea (but sometimes it is)."

An overview of causes of small animal gastrointestinal disease, recommendations for case workup, ways to obtain a diagnosis, and available treatment options.


2 CE credits approved by ABVMA & CVBC. SK & MB self-declare (ABVMA follows RACE guidelines)

To access: you must login to the website first, go to the Education tab/CAVM Recorded Sessions, add to cart, then checkout and make the payment if required. If there is a fee owing you must make the payment to complete your registration.

Email info@cavm.ab.ca if you require a username/password to log in. Please include your first/last name, title, personal email address, and the clinic/province you work at.
 
2.00 hrs CE credit
ABVMA approved
CVBC approved
 
Please register before Jun 30

If you plan to attend, please login for online registration and payment - or notify the CAVM Administrator by email.

 
  After you register and pay a link to the recording and quiz will be emailed to you within 48 hours.

You must get 80% or higher on the quiz to pass and receive the CE credits. A CE certificate will be emailed to you within 48 hours of successfully passing the quiz.  
  • Non-Member - $25.00
  • Office Manager - free
  • Office Manager (Non-Member) - $25.00
  • Edmonton Association of Small Animal Veterinarians - free
  • RVT - free
  • Support Staff - free
  • Vet Student - free
  • RVT Student - free
  • Intern - free
  • Member - free
  • Executive - free
(5% GST will be added)  
  • VCA Canada
 
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Wed May 22/24 Endocrinology & Fe Diabetes Mellitus *RECORDING*
Wed, Jul 3, 2024
 
Agenda: Recording of Wed May 22/24 Live Zoom Session

Expires July 3/24

Link to flyer (pending)

Small Animal Endocrine Potpourri with a Focus on Feline Diabetes

  • Feline diabetes mellitus: We will discuss some pearls on managing feline diabetes, including the role of obesity, use of Freestyle Libre monitors, and updates on therapy
  • Cushing’s: We will review diagnostic options in patients suspected to have Cushing’s and updates on therapy and monitoring strategies
  • Other endocrinology updates

2 CE credits approved by ABVMA & CVBC. SK & MB self-declare (ABVMA follows RACE guidelines)

To access: you must login to the website first, go to the Education tab/CAVM Recorded Sessions, add to cart, then checkout and make the payment if required. If there is a fee owing you must make the payment to complete your registration.

Email info@cavm.ab.ca if you require a username/password to log in. Please include your first/last name, title, personal email address, and the clinic/province you work at.
 
2.00 hrs CE credit
ABVMA approved
CVBC approved
 
Please register before Jul 3

If you plan to attend, please login for online registration and payment - or notify the CAVM Administrator by email.

 
  After you register and pay a link to the recording and quiz will be emailed to you within 48 hours.

You must get 80% or higher on the quiz to pass and receive the CE credits. A CE certificate will be emailed to you within 48 hours of successfully passing the quiz.  
  • Non-Member - $25.00
  • Office Manager - free
  • Office Manager (Non-Member) - $25.00
  • Edmonton Association of Small Animal Veterinarians - free
  • RVT - free
  • Support Staff - free
  • Vet Student - free
  • RVT Student - free
  • Intern - free
  • Member - free
  • Executive - free
(5% GST will be added)  
  • Purina
 
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Sat Mar 2/24 Canadian Military Medicine & The Canadian Army Veterinary Corp (CAVC) in WWI *RECORDING*
Sat, Aug 31, 2024
 
Agenda: Recording of Sat Mar 2/24 In-Person Event at The Military Museums

Expires Aug 31/24

Link to flyer

Description:

In WWI, horses and mules played a crucial role in the Canadian Expeditionary Force. The Canadian Corps in Europe comprised of four Divisions comprising 60,000 soldiers and 24,000 horses and mules. This presentation will be an overview of the epic efforts of the relatively small forces of Canadian Army Veterinary Corp (CAVC) who cared for and healed the animals in their custody. Only 73 Veterinary Officers and 780 other ranks presided over a truly living and breathing transportation system. The presentation will be an overview of how Corps cared for and treated diseased, wounded, exhausted, malnourished, and exposed animals. Andrew’s study is notedly recognized by Veterinary and Veterinary Historians as one of the most comprehensive studies of Contribution of CAVC in WWI. 

1 CE credit approved by ABVMA. SK & MB self-declare (ABVMA follows RACE guidelines)

To access: you must login to the website first, go to the Education tab/CAVM Recorded Sessions, add to cart, then checkout and make the payment if required. If there is a fee owing you must make the payment to complete your registration.

Email info@cavm.ab.ca if you require a username/password to log in. Please include your first/last name, title, personal email address, and the clinic/province you work at.

 


 
1.00 hrs CE credit
ABVMA approved
 
Please register before Aug 31

If you plan to attend, please login for online registration and payment - or notify the CAVM Administrator by email.

 
  After you register and pay a link to the recording and quiz will be emailed to you within 48 hours.

You must get 80% or higher on the quiz to pass and receive the CE credits. A CE certificate will be emailed to you within 48 hours of successfully passing the quiz.  
  • Non-Member - $20.00
  • Office Manager - free
  • Office Manager (Non-Member) - $20.00
  • Edmonton Association of Small Animal Veterinarians - free
  • RVT - free
  • Support Staff - free
  • Vet Student - free
  • RVT Student - free
  • Intern - free
  • Member - free
  • Executive - free
(5% GST will be added)  
  • Eickemeyer & Dispomed
 
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Sun Mar 17/24 Nephrology (Day 1 of 2) *RECORDING*
Mon, Sep 30, 2024
 
Agenda: Recording of Sun Mar 17/24 Live Zoom Session

Expires Sept 30/24

Link to Flyer

"Everything you have ever wanted to know and more about pee!" (Day 1 of 2)

Practical urinary tips for the general practice: 
Foolproof approach to catheterizing the female dog and cat, urohydropulsion, how to biopsy bladder and urethral masses with a red rubber catheter, what to do when the blocked cat won’t pee following urinary  catheter removal and lots more.

Bladder stones: 
CaOx, struvite, cystine: new approaches

3 CE credits approved by ABVMA & CVBC. SK & MB self-declare (ABVMA follows RACE guidelines)

To access: you must login to the website first, go to the Education tab/CAVM Recorded Sessions, add to cart, then checkout and make the payment if required. If there is a fee owing you must make the payment to complete your registration.

Email info@cavm.ab.ca if you require a username/password to log in. Please include your first/last name, title, personal email address, and the clinic/province you work at.
 
3.00 hrs CE credit
ABVMA approved
CVBC approved
 
Please register before Sep 30

If you plan to attend, please login for online registration and payment - or notify the CAVM Administrator by email.

 
  • Dr. Marilyn Dunn, DMV, MVSc, Dipl. ACVIM (Fellow IR Professor & Director of interventional medicine Faculty of Veterinary Medicine University of Montreal)
 
After you register and pay a link to the recording and quiz will be emailed to you within 48 hours.

You must get 80% or higher on the quiz to pass and receive the CE credits. A CE certificate will be emailed to you within 48 hours of successfully passing the quiz.  
  • Non-Member - $50.00
  • Office Manager - $25.00
  • Office Manager (Non-Member) - $50.00
  • Edmonton Association of Small Animal Veterinarians - $25.00
  • RVT - $25.00
  • Support Staff - $25.00
  • Vet Student - free
  • RVT Student - free
  • Intern - free
  • Member - $25.00
  • Executive - free
(5% GST will be added)  
  • Paramount 24 HR Animal Hospital & Summit Vet Pharmacy
 
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Sun Mar 24/24 Nephrology (Day 2 of 2) *RECORDING*
Mon, Sep 30, 2024
 
Agenda: Recording of Sun Mar 24/24 Live Zoom Session

Expires Sept 30/24

Link to Flyer

"Everything you have ever wanted to know and more about pee!" (Day 2 of 2)

K9 & Feline Urinary Incontinence Revisited
UTI: new guidelines, judicious antibiotic therapy
Feline CKD: updates on management

3 CE credits approved by ABVMA & CVBC. SK & MB self-declare (ABVMA follows RACE guidelines)

To access: you must login to the website first, go to the Education tab/CAVM Recorded Sessions, add to cart, then checkout and make the payment if required. If there is a fee owing you must make the payment to complete your registration.

Email info@cavm.ab.ca if you require a username/password to log in. Please include your first/last name, title, personal email address, and the clinic/province you work at.
 
3.00 hrs CE credit
ABVMA approved
CVBC approved
 
Please register before Sep 30

If you plan to attend, please login for online registration and payment - or notify the CAVM Administrator by email.

 
  • Dr. Marilyn Dunn, DMV, MVSc, Dipl. ACVIM (Fellow IR Professor & Director of interventional medicine Faculty of Veterinary Medicine University of Montreal)
 
After you register and pay a link to the recording and quiz will be emailed to you within 48 hours.

You must get 80% or higher on the quiz to pass and receive the CE credits. A CE certificate will be emailed to you within 48 hours of successfully passing the quiz.  
  • Non-Member - $50.00
  • Office Manager - $25.00
  • Office Manager (Non-Member) - $50.00
  • Edmonton Association of Small Animal Veterinarians - $25.00
  • RVT - $25.00
  • Support Staff - $25.00
  • Vet Student - free
  • RVT Student - free
  • Intern - free
  • Member - $25.00
  • Executive - free
(5% GST will be added)  
  • Paramount 24 HR Animal Hospital & Summit Vet Pharmacy
 
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Wed Apr 10/24 Update on FIP Treatment & Emerging Infectious Disease Issues *RECORDING*
Tue, Oct 15, 2024
 
Agenda: Recording of Wed Apr 10/24 Live Zoom Session

Expires Oct 15/24

Link to flyer

Description: 
This presentation will outline the treatment of FIP, with an emphasis on how to legally access and use effective antivirals. It will also include an open discussion of current hot topics in infectious diseases, with an emphasis on questions from attendees.

2 CE credits approved by ABVMA & CVBC. SK & MB self-declare (ABVMA follows RACE guidelines)

To access: you must login to the website first, go to the Education tab/CAVM Recorded Sessions, add to cart, then checkout and make the payment if required. If there is a fee owing you must make the payment to complete your registration.

Email info@cavm.ab.ca if you require a username/password to log in. Please include your first/last name, title, personal email address, and the clinic/province you work at.
 
2.00 hrs CE credit
ABVMA approved
CVBC approved
 
Please register before Oct 15

If you plan to attend, please login for online registration and payment - or notify the CAVM Administrator by email.

 
  After you register and pay a link to the recording and quiz will be emailed to you within 48 hours.

You must get 80% or higher on the quiz to pass and receive the CE credits. A CE certificate will be emailed to you within 48 hours of successfully passing the quiz.  
  • Non-Member - $25.00
  • Office Manager - free
  • Office Manager (Non-Member) - $25.00
  • Edmonton Association of Small Animal Veterinarians - free
  • RVT - free
  • Support Staff - free
  • Vet Student - free
  • RVT Student - free
  • Intern - free
  • Member - free
  • Executive - free
(5% GST will be added)  
  • Antech
 
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Wed May 8/24 Feline Sweet: Insulin vs SGLT2 Inhibitors in Managing Diabetic Cats *RECORDING*
Sat, Nov 30, 2024
 
Agenda: Recording of Wed May 8/24 Live Zoom Session

Expires Nov 30/24

Link to flyer

Description:

It's 2024 so forget everything you knew about oral hypoglycemics in cats to regulate their diabetes. With the arrival of two SGLT2 oral hypoglycemics on the market for cats, this CE will discuss traditional insulin therapy and as well as this exciting new drug class; comparing the two so we can make the best care decisions for the most purrfect of species!  

2 CE credits approved by ABVMA & CVBC. SK & MB self-declare (ABVMA follows RACE guidelines)

To access: you must login to the website first, go to the Education tab/CAVM Recorded Sessions, add to cart, then checkout and make the payment if required. If there is a fee owing you must make the payment to complete your registration.

Email info@cavm.ab.ca if you require a username/password to log in. Please include your first/last name, title, personal email address, and the clinic/province you work at.
 
2.00 hrs CE credit
ABVMA approved
CVBC approved
 
Please register before Nov 30

If you plan to attend, please login for online registration and payment - or notify the CAVM Administrator by email.

 
  After you register and pay a link to the recording and quiz will be emailed to you within 48 hours.

You must get 80% or higher on the quiz to pass and receive the CE credits. A CE certificate will be emailed to you within 48 hours of successfully passing the quiz.  
  • Non-Member - $25.00
  • Office Manager - free
  • Office Manager (Non-Member) - $25.00
  • Edmonton Association of Small Animal Veterinarians - free
  • RVT - free
  • Support Staff - free
  • Vet Student - free
  • RVT Student - free
  • Intern - free
  • Member - free
  • Executive - free
(5% GST will be added)  
  • Boehringer Ingelheim & CHS
 

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