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!
Tuesday, June 1, 2021 | 7 PM Eastern – 2 CEU
Surgical Site Infections: Practical Prevention and Management in the Clinical Setting
The first half of this lecture will review surgical site infections in general, along with their diagnosis and overall treatment. Discussion on risk factors associated with SSI, as a basis for prevention strategies and outline these prevention techniques can help the small animal practitioner reduce the risk of SSI in their own clinic population.
Friday, June 4 | 6 PM Eastern – 1 CEU
Preparing for Anesthesia and Creating a Multimodal Plan
Presented by: Nicole Giron, CVT, VTS (Anesthesia/Analgesia)
Planning ahead for anesthesia is an important step to the anesthetic process. The anesthetist should be prepared for patient and procedural concerns. A well though out anesthesia plan can be tailored to the patient’s needs and provide a multimodal approach to anesthesia and analgesia.
Monday, June 7, 2021 | 8:30 PM Eastern – 1 CEU
Brain Basics: Localization and Treatment Tips
Presented by: Alexander Tun, VMD, DACVIM (Neurology)
This lecture will review the basics of intracranial localization based on the neurologic examination to help restore confidence in the abilities we already have. We will then review some clinically relevant and helpful tips for management of these patients in the emergent setting.
Thursday, June 10, 2021 | 6 PM Eastern – 2 CEU
The Emergent Kidney: AKI in the ER
Presented by: Amanda Searles, LVT, VTS (ECC)
Attendees will learn about recommended diagnostics along with common biochemical and physical abnormalities commonly seen with AKI patients. Participants will also learn about treatment options including medications, fluid therapy, nutritional support and dialysis with inherent risks associated with treatment.
Wednesday, June 16, 2021 | 2 PM Eastern – 1 CEU
Canine Allergy – What to do when the newest drug doesn’t work
Presented by: Darin Dell DVM, DACVD
General practitioners are presented with allergy related problems on a daily basis. Thanks to recent therapeutic advances, there are multiple effective treatment options. However, having more options doesn’t always make treatment easier.
Saturday, June 19, 2021 – 5 PM Eastern – 1 CEU
Riding the Capnography Wave
Presented by: Jaime Maher, CVT, VTS (ECC, Anesthesia/Analgesia)
This lecture is designed to not only provide the attendee with an overview of the technology and concept of PaO2 vs ETCO2, but will also provide detailed explanations and interpretations of a variety of capnograms – the accompanying waveform of many capnography analyzers.
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