2020 Fall Symposium: A Continuing Education Event

Two veterinarians with small dog

Fall Symposium: A Continuing Education Event

Date: Sunday, September 27, 2020

Time: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm (PDT)
CE Credit: Up to 8 hours (pending approval)
Location: via live webinar

LIVE WEBINAR: This year's event will be online only via live webinar. The webinar will be live (PDT) and interactive. The live sessions will not be available as a recording. If you have never attended a Zoom webinar before, test your computer or mobile device here.

~ In collaboration with the Northern California Association of Equine Practitioners ~ NCAEP Logo




Sept. 10, 2020
Sept. 10, 2020 or later
Veterinarian:  All three tracks included



Veterinary Technician: All three tracks included



Veterinarian $125.00 $175.00
Veterinary Technician $70.00 $120.00
  • UC Davis Employees: Special pricing and invoicing available. Select UC Davis Employee when registering.


We are thrilled to host a virtual only edition of our Fall Symposium this year. 

This year's symposium includes our Small Animal 'Year in Review': clinically relevant discussions of the literature on such topics as Dermatology with  Dr. Catherine Outerbridge, Soft Tissue Surgery with Dr. Ingrid Balsa, and Nephrology with Dr. Sheri Ross. 

The afternoon track is dedicated to the most relevant science on canine and feline behavior led by Dr. Melissa Bain and Dr. Mikel Delgado

New this year: Veterinary Technician Track

We have a special track designed just for veterinary technicians, along with a reduced price.  

Dr. Jamie Peyton will provide lectures on Managing Chronic Pain and Palliative Care for the Veterinary Patient, among others. In addition, veterinary technicians will have access to  attend the afternoon behavior sessions.

Fall Symposium Equine Only Track

The Equine Only option is now open for registration.  The Equine only option includes the four equine sessions plus the keynote lecture (up to 5 hours CE Credit). Note: The Equine track is also included in the full symposium registration fee.

Featured sessions include:

  • Antimicrobial Therapy/Resistance with Dr. Gary Magdesian
  • Regenerative Medicine in Horses with Dr. Jennifer Cassano
  • Chemotherapeutic Options in Horses with Dr. Emily Berryhill
  • Coxofemoral Ultrasound: Too Hip to Be Cool with Dr. Mary Beth Whitcomb
CE Info

We are a statutorily approved CE provider.

One hour of continuing education (CE) is defined as 50 minutes of presentation and a 10-minute break. Presentation time includes question and answer time.

CE Certificates
  • Attendance is recorded through Zoom when you join a session. We issue CE certificates if you are logged in for a minimum of a one hour session (50 minutes).
  • Additional information and webinar links will be provided in a confirmation email in September.
Webinar Information
Cancellation Policy
  • A refund will be made, less $50.00 cancellation fee, for cancellations made prior to August 30, 2020.
  • After the above deadline, no refunds will be made. 
  • All requests must be made in writing. Submit cancellation request via email to svmcontinuinged@ucdavis.edu
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