Online: Canine Orthopedics
This series will present practical information relating to canine orthopedics for small animal practitioners. The discussion will cover orthopedic assessment, screening for orthopedic diseases, pediatric orthopedics, orthopedic injuries and their management, and geriatric orthopedics.
Each topic offers 1 hour of North Carolina Continuing Veterinary Medical Education (CVME) credit for veterinarians and veterinary technicians.
|Part I: Practical Approach to Orthopedic Problems||Dr Denis Marcellin-Little, DEDV|
|Part 2: Screening to Detect Orthopedic Problems in Dogs||Dr Denis Marcellin-Little, DEDV|
|Part 3: Pediatric Orthopedics in Dogs||Dr Denis Marcellin-Little, DEDV|
|Part 4: Orthopedic Injuries in Sporting Dogs||Dr Denis Marcellin-Little, DEDV|
|Part 5: A Fresh Look at Managing Osteoarthritis in Dogs||Dr Denis Marcellin-Little, DEDV|
|Part 6: Canine Mobility Wellness||Dr Abi J Taylor, BSc VetMB MRCVS CCRP|
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Cost and Registration
This series was developed by NC State College of Veterinary Medicine faculty and the Office of Continuing Education & Outreach and offered to you through the World Veterinary Association (WVA). Register for the topic that interests you by clicking on the lecture title under the Course Outline tab. It will direct you to the specific lecture hosted by the World Continuing Education Alliance (WCEA). You will need to create an account on the NC State Vet Education Portal. Once logged in, you can purchase the lecture and begin viewing immediately.
Participants must take a quiz after each online presentation in order to obtain CE credits. Each quiz can be taken up to 3 times, if needed, to earn a 100% completion score. Once a participant has received a score of 100%, the Certificate of Completion will be available to download or print. Each CE hour earned will be issued by the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine and is approved by the NC Veterinary Medical Board.
Course fees are $25 for each 1 hour credit course.