New CE helps you tackle common clinical issues

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AVMA Virtual Convention

Looking to advance your clinical skills and gain practical knowledge to implement in your practice? Head over to AVMA Axon®, where some of the most popular continuing education (CE) sessions from AVMA Convention 2023 are available on demand.

The sessions cover some of the most common medical issues veterinarians and our teams encounter on a daily basis—such as canine lymphoma, itchiness in dogs and cats, and protocols for anesthesia. You’ll find them all in the Best of AVMA Convention and Events category in the course catalog. Each course offers 1 hour of CE credit and costs only $15 for AVMA and Student AVMA (SAVMA) members. Non-members can purchase them for $30.

Advanced extractions in veterinary dentistry
Anesthesia for patients with coexisting disease
Blood pressure under anesthesia: Monitor & manage
Canine lymphoma: Diagnostics and treatment
Canine urinary incontinence: Diagnose and manage
CPR for the anesthetized patient
Collapsing patient: How to assess and treat
Emergency stabilization for general practitioners
Feline considerations in dentistry
Itchy cats: It’s not always allergies
Itchy dogs: It’s not always allergies
Oral pathology in dogs and cats: Common conditions
Steroid use in small animal practice

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Discover 650+ hours of live CE in Austin, Texas

Looking for more learning opportunities with AVMA? There’s still time to join your veterinary colleagues next month at the profession’s premier CE event, AVMA Convention 2024. AVMA Convention takes place June 21-25 in Austin, Texas, and attendees will choose from more than 650 hours of best-in-breed CE catering to every veterinary specialty. Learning formats range from hands-on labs and interactive workshops, to lectures and panel discussions.

More affordable than ever

AVMA Convention is for the whole veterinary community, and we’ve just dropped the cost of regular registration by $100! Join your colleagues for five days of world-class education, special events, networking opportunities, and more. Learn more and register.


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