CE Events and Workshops

VCS Seminar by Dr. Cheney

October 18, 2019

“Trick or Treatment”

8:00 - 9:00 am Lynn Hall 1136

Presented by: Dr. Adrienne Cheney, 2nd Year Resident, Small Animal Medicine

This seminar is an in-depth look at immunosuppressive treatment options including the pharmacokinetics, pharmacokinetics and current veterinary literature.

One (1) Continuing Education (CE) credit is offered for this seminar.

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Those Nasty Wounds: Tips on How to Manage Them – Dr. Daniel Burba

October 24, 2019 

Dr. Daniel Burba, Oklahoma State University, will provide 4 hours of continuing education on equine wounds.  Topics include: treatment of foot injuries, management of limb wounds, lavage of synovial structures, and the basics of skin grafting.  The free event will be held from 2:00-7:00 pm at the Centaur Equine Specialty Hospital in Shelbyville, IN.  Register by contacting pvmlifelonglearning@purdue.edu

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VCS Seminars

October 25, 2019

8:00 - 9:00 am Lynn Hall 1136

Cryptorchidism in the Domestic Pig: A Paramedian Surgical Approach to Cryptorchidectomy

Presenter: Dr. Jase Skelton 3rd Yr Resident, Large Animal Surgery

This presentation will focus on a retrospective case series investigating the use of a paramedian surgical approach to cryptorchidectomy in pigs. The study population consists of client-owned pigs


Computed Tomographic Features of Dogs with Confirmed Cystic Mucosal Hyperplasia

Presenter: Dr. Emily Brand, 2nd Yr Resident, Diagnostic Imaging

This seminar will briefly review the disease process of cystic mucosal hyperplasia in the gallbladder of the dog, with emphasis on the computed tomographic features as part of a retrospective, cross-sectional descriptive study.


Efficacy and Safety of Nebulized Dexamethasone Sodium Phosphate in Asthmatic Horses

Presenter: Dr. Kira Tyson, 3rd Yr Resident, Large Animal Medicine


One (1) Continuing Education (CE) credit is offered for these combined seminars.

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Coppoc One Health Lecture

November 7, 2019

The sixth annual Coppoc One Health Lecture will be held November 7 at 3:30 pm in Lynn 1136.  

The sixth annual Coppoc One Health Lecture will feature Dr. Raina Plowright, who will present “Pathogen spillover: lessons learned from emerging bat viruses.” Dr. Plowright is an infectious disease ecologist, epidemiologist, and wildlife veterinarian.


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Medicine of Aquatics, Amphibians, and Reptile Symposium

November 9-10, 2019

 Register today for the 2019 MOAAR Symposium!


Tailored for students and professionals specializing in fields such as veterinary medicine, wildlife management, aquatic or herptile sciences. The symposium will feature two days of concurrent lecture and wet lab tracks on reptile and aquatics/amphibian topics from experts in these fields, including a keynote lecture by Cara Field, DVM, PhD, DACZM of the Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito, Calif.

Learn more about Medicine of Aquatics, Amphibians, and Reptile Symposium>> 

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North Central Indiana Mental Health Summit

November 16, 2019

Lafayette, IN 8:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.


Diversity-based Microaggressions, Cultural Humility and Resilience
Perspectives on Resilience Panel
Poverty and Fortitude
Minority Stress, Adaptability and Endurance
Intercultural Issues and How Conflict Can Help Build Resilience
LGBTQ+ Perspectives

Continuing Education Credits are being pursued for licensed clinical social workers, licensed marriage and family therapists, licensed mental health counselors, nurse practitioners, nurses, pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, physician assistants, physicians, psychologists, physicians, psychologists, veterinarians and veterinary nurses.
Cost: $35 Registration information to follow.

Questions? Call 574.223.2212 or email ahec@fultondevelopment.org for more information.

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Calving School

November 23, 2019

This event will provide beef and dairy producers with an enhanced understanding of how to manage their herds at calving time.  Topics will include managing dystocias, postpartum cow care, as well as newborn calf management.  Participants will have an opportunity for hands on experiences in addition to classroom training.  The Calving School is now on a waitlist, to be on the waitlist interested producers still need to register.  It will not require payment unless a seat opens up.  

Register for the Calving School >>

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Horseman's Forum

February 8, 2020

The purpose of the Horseman's Forum is to educate horse owners and equine industry professionals about current horse health issues, ranging from basic preventive health care and husbandry topics to state-of-the-art medical advancements. 

Learn more about the Horseman's Forum>>

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Wildlife Medicine in Belize and Guatemala

March 7-14, 2020

Join the Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine for an eight-day continuing education course (approx. 30 hours of continuing education) in Belize and Guatemala with the Belize Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic/Wildlife Institute, focusing on multiple aspects of wildlife medicine and rehabilitation. 

Learn more about Wildlife Medicine in Belize and Guatemala >>

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Veterinary Nursing Symposium

March 22, 2020

Learn practical information to use in clinical practice with a variety of lecture topics centered on both small and large animal topics. Develop your professional network! Meet others that share a passion for continuing education and strive to be the very best. 

Learn more about the Veterinary Nursing Symposium >>

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