Continuing education for veterinary professionals is essential for those looking to gain new skills and strengthen the care they provide their patients.
At Ethos, continuing education is one of our core values and we are happy to offer you and your teams both virtual and in-person CE opportunities throughout the year. You will receive CE from one of our many talented and highly qualified team members including our many specialists and veterinary technician specialists. All our CE offerings are RACE approved.
Continuing Education For All
No matter what your hospital role is, we can provide continued learning for veterinarians, students, technicians, assistants, hospital management, and support staff. Continue to check back for updated offerings!
June 8th, 2022 1:00 PM EST
Take a deep breath… The Technician’s role in treating respiratory emergencies
Presented by: SHAWNA COSGROVE, CVT, VTS (ECC)
Approved – 1 hr.
1 CE Credit
This lecture will cover basic respiratory anatomy and physiology as well as how to develop good emergency procedures within your hospitals. Included will be an overview of different methods of providing oxygen therapy for patients. We will discuss the most common respiratory emergencies that you may see in Vet medicine and how to recognize them during the triage process. We will cover how to provide treatment, perform diagnostics safely and an overview of nursing care for these patients.
RACE approved for 1 CE credit for veterinary technicians only
September 13, 2022 6:00 PM EST
Seizures: Don’t Panic
Presented by: RAQUEL LOREDO, BS, RVT, VTS (NEUROLOGY)
Approved – 1 hr.
1 CE Credit
This lecture will discuss different types of seizures, the common disease processes that cause them, and medications that treat them, so you can keep your cool when others are panicking.
RACE approved for 1 CE credit for veterinarians and veterinary technicians
September 27, 2022 6:00pm EST
Kirby’s Rule of 20: An essential nursing tool for every Veterinary Technician
Presented by: Patty Pate, CVT, VTS (ECC), CFE
Please join Hills Pet Nutrition for this free, RACE-approved, CE webinar!
Over time, all Veterinary Technicians develop their own “toolbox” of essential skills and tools that they consider must-haves in order to effectively and efficiently perform their job. These “toolboxes” may look unique to the individual depending on the years of experience and the specialty wherein they work. Kirby’s Rule of 20 is a well-known critical care nursing tool that helps to aid in the thorough monitoring of a critically ill patient. While this list was originally designed for critically ill patients, it can be used for patients in all areas of small animal medicine. In this lecture, we will review the 20 parameters listed in Kirby’s Rule of 20 and determine how closely monitoring them can help every Veterinary Technician proactively care for their patients. In doing so, we will learn how this tool could potentially reduce or even prevent serious complications in all hospitalized patients regardless of specialty.
RACE approved for 1 CE credit for veterinarians and veterinary technicians.
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