Veterinarians & Veterinary Technicians, earn 3 FREE credit hours of CE prior to the CVM Pre-Game Reception and Homecoming football game on October 21, 2017! This program is intended to be LIGHT and FUN! We will offer two tracks, with 3 presenters each in 50 minute blocks. The small animal programs will have Dr. Peter Gilbert, Dr. Marcie Logsdon, and Dr. Rance Sellon presenting case studies. For large animal we will have Dr. Jen Gold, Dr. Ram Kasimanickam, and Dr. John Wenz presenting case studies.
Note: Approval from the Idaho Board of Veterinary Medicine has been granted for this event!
Complete the registration form and let us know which lectures you plan on attending: REGISTER HERE
CE certificates will be printed up and handed out at registration. To get credit for attending, veterinarians & veterinary technicians must sign in at the registration table (ADBF Lobby).
SMALL ANIMAL TRACK
LARGE ANIMAL TRACK
8:30 am to 9:00 am
Sign In – ADBF lobby
9:00 am to 9:50 am
A Mammal is a Mammal...Unless It's a Bird: Exotic and Avian Case Review.
Weak Calf Syndrome.
10:00 am to 10:50 am
Juvenile hip Dysplasia.
Beef Cattle Reproduction Research.
11:00 am to 11:50 am
Collection of Oncology Cases.
Respiratory Disease in Adult Horses and Endocrine Cases.
WSU College of Veterinary Medicine
100 Grimes Way - Building Animal Disease Biotech Facility (Also known as ADBF)
Pullman, WA 99164
Note: Check in will be in the ADBF lobby
Parking can be tricky on campus during football games. To learn more visit: http://transportation.wsu.edu/Gameday2.html
CVM Homecoming Pre-Game Reception
After the CE Event come join us at the CVM Homecoming Pre-Game Reception. Good friends, great food, Veterinary Teaching Hospital tours, and more--followed by Cougar Football! Location: On the lawn behind Bustad Hall (enter off of Stadium Way between McCoy and Bustad). Time: 3 hours before kick off. Register at go.vetmed.wsu.edu/pregame2017 (WSU Guest) & go.vetmed.wsu.edu/alumni2017 (WSU CVM Alumni).
If you have any questions about the CVME CE Homecoming Event feel free to contact the CVME Office at 509-335-1198, or CVME@vetmed.wsu.edu