One of Angell’s most important goals is to serve as a resource for the veterinary profession. Below is our current schedule of continuing education programs.
8am-9am Fridays at the Angell Boston auditorium (350 S. Huntington Ave., Boston, MA). Free/no registration required. *NOTE – only select Friday lectures will receive CE credit as indicated on the schedule.
ACVIM Consensus Statement on the Diagnosis and Treatment of Chronic Hepatitis in Dogs (RACE Approved)
Speaker: Cyndi Webster, DVM, DACVIM
Friday, April 5, 2019
8:00am – 9:00am
Visit this link for a complete schedule of Friday lectures.
2019 Angell Spring CE Lectures
Details below are subject to change, angell.org/ce will reflect the latest information.
Angell’s Spring CE lectures will take place on the following dates. Registration is limited.
Sunday, 3/24/19, 8am-2:30pm at the Boston Burlington Marriott
Our 3/24/19 session and wait list are now full.
An Oral Overview: Canine/Feline Dentistry, Oral Neoplasia, and Oral Care for Rabbits
Speakers: Jessica Riehl, DVM, DACVD; Andrew Goodman, DVM, DACVS; Brendan Noonan, DVM, DABVP (Avian Practice); Alice Ekerdt, DVM (Practice limited to dentistry)
5 CE Credits (pending RACE approval)
- Tooth Fractures, Dentoalveolar Trauma, General Endodontic Disease – Options for Treatment – Jessica Riehl, DVM, DACVD
– How to recognize and classify tooth fractures
– Overview of treatment options for fractured teeth
– When a tooth fracture is considered an “emergency”
– Dentoalveolar trauma, diagnosis and treatment – avulsion and luxation injuries
- Dental Anatomy and Disease of the Domestic Rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) – Brendan Noonan, DVM, DABVP (Avian Practice)
– Review of dental anatomy
– Approach to oral exam
– Diagnostic approach
– Options for medical and surgical management
- Surgical Treatment of Canine Oral Neoplasia – Andrew Goodman, DVM, DACVS
- Canine and Feline Extractions & Dealing with Common Complications – Alice Ekerdt, DVM
– Review relevant anatomy
– Discuss local anesthesia
– Discuss extraction of specific teeth with recommended techniques
– Discuss common complications and how to address them
Wednesday, 4/3/19, 6pm-8:45pm at the Boston Marriott Newton
Feline Ocular Surface Disease and Corneal Disasters in Dogs
Speakers: Martin Coster, DVM, MS, DACVO and Dan Biros, DVM, DACVO
2 CE Credits (pending RACE approval)
- Feline Ocular Surface Disease – Martin Coster, DVM, MS, DACVO
– Feline herpesvirus keratoconjunctivitis
– Corneal ulceration
– Corneal sequestrum
– Eosinophilic keratitis
- Navigating Corneal Disasters In Dogs: How to Manage the Essential Corneal Meltdown and Avoid Perforation – Dan Biros, DVM, DACVO
– Keys to recognize rapid corneal structural degradation
– Steps to take to halt a melting process with intensive medical therapy
– What to do when medication alone isn’t working
– Long term considerations in success and failure
Our next veterinary technician lecture date is March 27, 2019.
Small and Large Bowel Diarrhea in Dogs
Speaker: Maureen Carroll, DVM, DACVIM
This session will be held 6pm-7pm at Angell Animal Medical Center – Boston, Munson-Blakely Auditorium
This lecture is RACE approved by the AAVSB for 1 CE credit for veterinary technicians and doctors.
Complimentary lecture and pizza. No registration required
Angell’s complimentary veterinary technician CE lectures are submitted to the Massachusetts Veterinary Technicians Association (MVTA) for approval of 1-2 MVTA CE credits. Certificates are emailed to participants after the lecture.
For more information about our veterinary technician lectures, please contact Polly Pluck, CVT at email@example.com or 617-522-7282 ext 5376
Next Lunch & RACE Approved Lecture:
Thursday, March 21, 2019
Managing Osteoarthritis Over a Lifetime
Speaker: Denis Marcellin-Little, DVM
Lectures are held 12-1pm in the Auditorium at Angell Animal Medical Center
350 S. Huntington Ave., Boston, MA 02130
Visit this link for a complete schedule of upcoming Lunch and Learns at Angell.