On-Demand Continuing Education Series: Diabetes Part 2
Feline Diabetes: The Road to Remission
Instructor: Chen Gilor DVM, PhD, DACVIM
Date: Self-study course open for enrollment
Course Open for Registration: April 18, 2022 - April 30, 2024
Self-Study CE Credit: 3 CE credit hours
Content: 3 hour video lecture hours & course notes provided
UC Davis SVM Employees: Special pricing available. Select SVM Employee when registering.
|REGISTRATION DEADLINE FOR COURSE: FEBRUARY 3, 2023||REGISTRATION FEE|
|Registered Veterinary Technician/Veterinary Assistant/Hospital Staff||$35|
In this session Dr. Gilor will describe what is diabetic remission and review it in the context of the pathophysiology of type 2 diabetes. The theoretical factors that lead to remission will be discussed, along with practical recommendations on how to achieve remission and maintain it given currently available evidence. Recent studies describing feline diabetic remission will be presented.
- Evaluate theoretical factors that contribute to diabetic remission.
- Evaluate the evidence for actual factors that contribute to diabetic remission.
- Describe the role of non-insulin therapies in achieving and maintaining remission.
Chen Gilor DVM, PhD, DACVIM
In his current role as an Associate Professor at the University of Florida, Dr. Chen Gilor combines clinical and didactic teaching with clinical work and research in the field of endocrinology, focused on canine and feline diabetes mellitus, obesity and gastrointestinal hormones. Before coming to the University of Florida, Dr. Gilor held faculty positions at UC Davis (2016-2019) and the Ohio State University (2012-2016). Dr. Gilor worked as an internal medicine consultant for IDEXX Diagnostics (2010-2012) in the UK and as a general practitioner in Israel and in the USA (1998-2004). He has earned his DVM from the Koret School of veterinary Medicine in 1997 (The Hebrew University, Israel) and his Ph.D. from the University of Illinois (2010) where he also completed a 3-year residency in small animal internal medicine. He is a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (2008).
- Self-Study Continuing Education Hours
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- Attendees must obtain a score of 80% or higher in order to receive a passing grade. Upon completion, you will receive a CE certificate from the Center for Continuing Professional Education within 10 business days.
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