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CE Seminars

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.

Angell Friday Morning Lectures

8:00am – 9:00am, 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.

Friday, November 15, 2019
8:00am – 9:00am

Diagnostic Imaging of Liver Disease: What We Can and Can’t Know
Speaker: Naomi Ford, DVM, DACVR

Visit this link for a complete schedule of Friday lectures.

 


 

Angell Spring CE – Save the Dates!

Please save the dates for Angell’s spring continuing education for referring veterinarians and technicians that will be held at the Newton Marriott.

Registration will open on angell.org/CE in January 2020

Sunday, March 15, 2020
8:00am – 2:45pm
Newton Marriott
5 CE Credits (pending RACE approval)

Practical Tips and Techniques for Emergency Triage and Care 

    1. Diagnosing and stabilizing the cat in respiratory distress- tips and tricksby Jinni Sinnott-Stutzman, DVM, DACVECC
    2. Triage for Brachycephalic Dogsby Meghan Whelan, DVM, DACVECC
    3. Stay & Play or Scoop & Go? By Alison Allukian, DVM
      • Determining whether to triage animals right away to a referral hospital or whether to take stabilization/diagnostics steps prior to referral.
    4. ECC Survival Summary: 5 Subjects in 50 minutes by Kiko Bracker, DVM, DACVECC
    1. Tips for fluid therapy: when to use which types of fluids and whyby Courtney Peck, DVM, DACVECC

 


 

Wednesday, April 1, 2020
6:00pm – 8:45pm
Newton Marriott
2 CE Credits (pending RACE approval)

Registration will open on angell.org/CE in January 2020

Shedding Light on 3 pieces of the Oncology Puzzle: Urinary Tract Cancer in Dogs; Feline Oral Squamous Cell Carcinoma; and Use of Palladia in Feline Neoplasia.

      1. Lower urinary tract cancer in dogs  – by Ji-In Lee, DVM
      2. A Closer Look at Addressing 2 Types of Feline Cancer – by J. Lee Talbott, DVM, DACVIM (Medical Oncology)
        1. Part 1: Feline oral squamous cell carcinoma
        2. Part 2: Emerging use of Palladia in feline neoplasia

 

Lunch and Learns at Angell

Next Lunch & RACE Approved Lecture TBD.

Lectures are held 12:00pm – 1:00pm 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.


 

Additional CE for Veterinary Technicians

Upcoming events TBD.

For information on upcoming events, please visit:

massvet.org

massvet.org/calendar-of-events

CE Details above are subject to change.
More CE Updates and Clinical Content Available at Angell Animal Medical Center Referring Veterinarians Facebook Page

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