2022 Fall Symposium

Vet Students

2022 Fall Symposium

Date: Saturday, October 29, 2022
Time: 8:00 am - 4:45 pm (PDT)
CE Credit: Up to 8 hours (pending approval)
Location: Hybrid: On-site and Live Webinar 

UC Davis SVM Employees: Special pricing available. Select SVM Employee when registering.
NCAEP Members: Email svmcontinuinged@ucdavis.edu for registration details.

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Registration

Onsite Full Symposium | Registration Deadline: October 24, 2022 at 5:00 pm (PST)
Registration before October 15, 2022
Registration October 15, 2022 and later

Veterinarian

$245 $295
Registered Veterinary Technician  $189 $239
Webinar Full Symposium | Registration Deadline: October 28 2022 at 5:00 pm (PST)
Registration before October 15, 2022
Registration October 15, 2022 and later
Veterinarian $200 $250
Registered Veterinary Technician $139 $189
Onsite Equine Only Track | Registration Deadline: October 24, 2022 at 5:00 pm (PST)
Registration before October 15, 2022
Registration October 15, 2022 and later
Veterinarian $170 $220
Registered Veterinary Technician $120 $170
Webinar Equine Only Track | Registration Deadline: October 28, 2022 at 5:00 pm (PST)
Registration before October 15, 2022
Registration October 15, 2022 and later
Veterinarian $130 $180
Registered Veterinary Technician $80 $130

Program

We hope you will join us in person, on-site at the UCD Veterinary Campus for our 2022 Fall Symposium.  For those of you that can’t join us in person, we do offer an  interactive webinar option. 

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This year we have three tracks available for veterinarians and veterinary professionals.  We have four speakers providing their specialty highlights for our “Year in Review” sessions.  Each speaker will discuss the clinical relevance of select manuscripts from the past year and how this impacts our daily practice. 

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Our keynote speaker is Dr. Danika Bannasch, Professor in the Department of Population Health and Reproduction. Dr. Bannasch focuses her research on the identification of molecular causes for inherited diseases in dogs and horses. Her laboratory develops diagnostic tests to aid animal breeders, identification of novel genes and pathways as candidates for human disease; and provides an understanding of basic molecular mechanisms of diseases.  Her keynote address, “Short Legs and Jumping Genes- What Does It All Mean?” will present an overview of her latest research and how the study of genetics impacts health and disease.

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Our Featured Faculty Speaker for this Symposium is Dr. Stephen White, Professor in the Department of Veterinary Medicine and Epidemiology. Dr. White is a world renowned veterinary dermatologist and his area of interests include food allergy, cutaneous manifestations of systemic disease, rabbit/rodent dermatology, and equine dermatology.  Dr. White has published over 125 scientific papers in refereed journal and will provide lecture, discussion, and ample time to answer your question in his session, “The Practical Approach to the Pruritic Dog.” 

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The UCD CCPE is excited to continue our collaboration with the NCAEP and offer several equine lectures from Dr. Nicola Pusteria, professor of Equine Internal Medicine and Dentistry at UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Pusteria's research focuses on selected aspects of equine infectious diseases with an emphasis on epidemiology, clinical disease understanding, diagnostics, prevention, and
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treatment. 

We have discounted onsite and webinar prices for our veterinary technicians and a track dedicated to provide CE credit tailored for the RVT/veterinary assistant. We have lectures and discussions detailing proper set up of the anesthesia machine, troubleshooting tips, and how to properly use a ventilator.  We are happy to finally offer an onsite laboratory to obtain hands-on experience with the equipment discussed in lecture at NO extra charge for those attending in-person.  Space is limited for the laboratory, so register early. 

The Full Symposium registration price (Veterinary or RVT) provides access to all of the tracks during the Fall Symposium. 

The Equine Only Track registration price includes the four equine sessions plus the keynote lecture (up to 5 hours CE Credit). Note: The Equine track is also included if the full symposium is purchased.

Lunch and snacks provided for all registrants so join us for some wonderful continuing education and have some fun reconnecting with friends and colleagues.

Schedule (subject to change)

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2022

TRACK 1: YEAR IN REVIEW: SMALL ANIMAL TRACK

TRACK 2: TECHNICIAN TRACK

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TRACK 3: EQUINE TRACK

8:00 am - 8:10 am 

Welcome & Announcements
Jodi Westropp DVM, PhD; DACVIM

Welcome & Announcements
 

Welcome & Announcements
 

8:10 am - 9:00 am 

Neurology
Marguerite Knipe, DVM; DACVIM

1.0 CEU PENDING

Anesthesia Machine Set Up, Use & Troubleshooting
Richard McAndrew

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1.0 CEU PENDING

What's all the fuzz about EHV-1?

Nicola Pusterla, DVM, PhD, DACVIM

1.0 CEU PENDING

9:10 am - 10:00 am

Orthopedic Surgery
Barbro Filliquist, DVM, DACVS

1.0 CEU PENDING

Ventilator Set Up, Use & Troubleshooting
Richard McAndrew

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1.0 CEU PENDING

CoVs of equids (SARS-CoV-2 and ECoV)
Nicola Pusterla, DVM, PhD, DACVIM

1.0 CEU PENDING

10:00 am - 10:20 am  COFFEE BREAK - ALL TRACKS COFFEE BREAK - ALL TRACKS COFFEE BREAK - ALL TRACKS
10:20 am - 11:10 am

Endocrine
Ann Della Maggiore, DVM, DACVIM

1.0 CEU PENDING

Ventilator Lab (In-person only)
Richard McAndrew

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2.0 CEU PENDING

Beyond Teeth Floating: Other Dental Procedures for Equine Practitioners
Nicola Pusterla, DVM, PhD, DACVIM

1.0 CEU PENDING

11:20 am - 12:10 pm 

Cardiology
Allison Gagnon, MS, DVM, DACVIM (Cardiology)

1.0 CEU PENDING

 

Dealing with Scratches/Grease Heel/Pastern Dermatitis

Stephen White, DVM, ACVD
 

1.0 CEU PENDING

12:10 pm - 1:00 pm LUNCH - ALL TRACKS (OPTIONAL TOURS OF THE VETERINARY CAMPUS AND HOSPITAL AVAILABLE ONSITE) LUNCH - ALL TRACKS (OPTIONAL TOURS OF THE VETERINARY CAMPUS AND HOSPITAL AVAILABLE ONSITE) LUNCH - ALL TRACKS (OPTIONAL TOURS OF THE VETERINARY CAMPUS AND HOSPITAL AVAILABLE ONSITE)
1:00 pm - 2:15 pm KEYNOTE SESSION TRACK

Short legs and jumping genes- what does it all mean?
Danika Bannasch, DVM; PhD

1.5 CEU APPROVED

   
2:25 pm - 4:45 pm

Fall Symposium Featured Faculty Session:
CANINE DERMATOLOGY

A practical approach to the pruritic dog
Stephen White, DVM, ACVD

2.5 CEU PENDING

2:25 – 3:30 pm

TRACK 2:
TECHNICIAN TRACK

Vaccinology: How when and why we give them
Jacqueline Thomas DVM

1.5 CEU PENDING

       

Program Information

  • CE Certificates
  • ONSITE
    Attendance is recorded when you arrive at the conference.
    You must check in when you arrive with your first and last name and the email with which you registered for the conference in order for us to verify your attendance.
    Participants are responsible for determining if specific programs are accepted for CE credit by their State Licensing Board. 
    You will receive your CE certificate via email approximately 2 weeks after the event.

    WEBINAR
    Attendance is recorded through the Aventri Virtual Platform when you join a session.
    Participants are responsible for determining if specific programs are accepted for CE credit by their State Licensing Board.
    For those who attended the live webinar, you will receive your CE certificate via email approximately 2 weeks after the event.
  • Webinar Information
  • You can watch the webinar on your computer. We recommend using the Google Chrome browser for optimal performance.
    Ensure your browser is up to date and that you enable your computer to allow Google Chrome access to your speakers/mic for sound.
  • Cancellation Policy
  • A refund will be made, less a $30.00 processing fee, if the cancellation request is received two weeks before the program start date, otherwise, a refund will be made, less a $75.00 processing fee.
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