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Continuing Education Calendar

A guide for the specialist in training"
Online training: December 15, 2013 - March 15, 2014
Labs: March 17-22, 2014

The UT College of Veterinary Medicine with support of Karl Storz Veterinary Endoscopy is offering an innovative minimally-invasive scoping course specifically designed to meet the needs of small animal residents in training. This unique course includes:

  • A comprehensive syllabus and instructional videos on scope care
  • 24+ hours of online didactic training and online assessments
  • 6 days of hands-on laboratories (includes breakfast,lunch,and breaks)
  • Certificates of completion for the online and laboratory portions of the course

The successful resident will learn flexible and rigid scope anatomy, handling and cleaning; laser physics, handling and safety; cystoscopy, rhinoscopy, bronchoscopy, upper and lower gastrointestinal endoscopy, laparoscopy, thoracoscopy, and associated advanced procedures.

Early bird: until September 15, 2013 - $3,250*
Registration deadline: October 15, 2013 - $3,750*
* 5% discount for registration by mail or fax

Course Dates: 
Online training begins: December 15, 2013.
On-site laboratories: March 17-22, 2014

Online registrations coming soon.

For more information regarding registration or course content, please contact:
Dr. Jacqueline Whittemore

Download Flyer with Registration Form.


April 4-6, 2014

Registration is closed - Course is full

More information

This course is intended as a general review of nuclear medicine. It will include: reviews of the basic principles of nuclear medicine and image processing, common nuclear medicine imaging procedures, interpretative principles and case examples. The course will focus on small animal nuclear medicine, with a brief review of equine nuclear medicine (specifically, bone scintigraphy).

A minimum of 24 participants is required; if this minimum number is not reached by February 28th, 2014, the course will be cancelled and individuals already registered will be notified and issued a refund. The course will be limited to a maximum number of 35 participants, to ensure optimal environment during lab session.

Visit for detailed information (schedules/participants/hotel group rate/etc.)

Registration Fees Include:

  • Lecture presentations
  • Case interpretation sessions
  • CD containing: lectures, case examples & handouts (windows platform)
  • Two breakfasts
  • Two buffet lunchs
  • One dinner
  • Refreshment breaks

Registration Deadline - February 28, 2014

Minimum of 24 participants is required

Maximun of 35 participants

Veterinary Partners Appreciation Conference
Saturday, July 12, 2014

THANK YOU to our Referring Veterinarians and their Staff!

We are pleased to offer a full day of complimentary CE. Our Veterinary Partners Appreciation Conference (V-PAC) provides up to 8 hours ofindividualized CE to large and small animal veterinarians, technicians & their practice management staff.

Saturday, July 12, 2014
7 am - 8 pm

The University of Tennessee, College of Veterinary Medicine
2407 River Drive, Knoxville, TN 37918

Keynote speaker: Shawn McVey McVey Management Solutions

The program includes 4 tracks for: small and large animal veterinary practitioners, veterinary technicians, and practice management staff. For more info please call 965-974-7264. *The V-PAC for continuing education is provided in gratitude for the support from our referring veterinarians and their staff.

Get your CEUs, registration, notes, lunch, dinner, and a social event following the conference.

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