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.

Next RACE Approved Lecture TBD

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 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 Tricks – by Jinni Sinott-Stutzman, DVM, DACVECC
  2. Triage for Brachycephalic Dogs – by 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

    • Feline obstipation

    • Thyroid storm

    • Esophagostomy tube placement

    • Chest wound management

    • Abdominocentesis

  5. Tips for Fluid Therapy: When to Use Which Types of Fluids and Why – by Courtney Peck, DVM, DACVECC



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

Registration will open on 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:

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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