Education Calendar

We hold free lunch time and evening community education events for members of the veterinary community every month of the year. Programs are posted as soon as the seminars are scheduled, so check back often!

AERC Fall Conference for Veterinarians

8:00am-4:00pm

November 10, 2018

This year, our Fall CE will held at our Oakdale clinic and will be separated into two days. On November 10th, 2018, we will have the Veterinarian Track. On November 17th, 2018, we will have the Technician Track. Each track will have four speakers and offer six hours of continuing education. The Veterinarians’ track is approved by the Minnesota Board of Veterinary Medicine for CE credits, also good in Wisconsin. 

A continental breakfast and lunch are also provided.

Attendees are welcome to register for multiple tracks. We encourage you to register right away! Since seats are limited, we cannot accept walk-in registrations on the day of the event.

Veterinarian Track lectures are as follows:

Paraneoplastic Syndromes: Finding the Cancer by Briana Keller, DVM, Residency-Trained in Oncology Cancer doesn't always show itself as an obvious lump or bump. Sometimes cancer causes problems or clinical signs that are seemingly unrelated to the tumor itself. Learn about some of the most common and most unique paraneoplastic syndromes to know when your suspicion of an underlying cancer should be high. (1.5 CE credits)

Wound Management: The Ongoing Debate of When to Close and When to Refer by Katherine Meyers, DVM, DACVS-SA This talk will be a case-based review of different strategies for open wound management. We will discuss the various products available as the primary layer, how to deal with tension, as well as options for closure when indicated. (1.5 CE credits)

Feline Arterial ThromboEmbolism: What Is Their F.A.T.E.? by Robert George, DVM, DACVIM (Cardiology) We will review the common and uncommon causes for arterial thromboemboli in cats, how to assess these patients on presentation, recommended diagnostics, and how to manage them acutely and chronically. Based on some of the larger review papers, we will also discuss prognostic indicators for both short and long-term survival, review the FATCAT study, as well as touch upon any newer papers that have come out recently regarding this topic. (1.5 CE credits)

Challenging Cases of Surgical Oncology by Gregory Anderson, DVM, DACVS This lecture will touch on the principles of clinical tumor excision, including planning, cutting, and reconstructing. (1.5 CE credits)

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