The Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine is dedicated to providing high quality educational programming in animal care and technology to the veterinary and animal health community. Programs are offered for veterinarians, veterinary technicians, breeders, owners and trainers, ranging in a wide variety of topics.
Gameday CE Series for Referring Veterinarians
As a referring veterinarian to the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine, you are invited to Gameday CE, where you will interact with veterinary faculty in small group, complimentary sessions.
Gameday CE programs begin at noon on Fridays before all home football games. Veterinarians receive three hours of Continuing Education credit, lunch, a tour of the Wilford and Kate Bailey Small Animal Teaching Hospital or two complimentary tickets to Football, Fans & Feathers.
CE Gameday Schedule:
- Friday, Sept. 9 – Cytology (bring slides for a critique) with Dr. Pete Christopherson
- Friday, Sept. 16 – Companion Animal Reproduction with Dr. Robyn Wilborn
- Friday, Sept. 23 – Emergency Medicine with Dr. Kendon Kuo
- Friday, Sept. 30 – Radiology with Dr. Bob Cole
- Friday, Oct. 21 – Staphyloccal Skin Infections with Dr. Robert Kennis
- Friday, Nov. 4 – Non-Invasive Diagnostics/Liquid Biopsies in Cancer with Drs. Annette Smith and Eric Fish
- Friday, Nov. 18 – Cardiac Biomarkers with Dr. Randolph Winter
Register now. Each program is limited to 12 participants. Contact Kris Street at email@example.com with questions.
Women’s Leadership Conference
Oct. 29, 2016
A one-day conference for veterinary students, graduate students and faculty will focus on Women’s Leadership Development on Saturday, Oct. 29, in the Veterinary Education Center.
Dr. Stacy Pritt, vice president of the American Veterinary Medical Association, will provide the keynote lecture “One Size Does Not Fit All” at 8 a.m. Speakers include Julie Kumble, a researcher, writer and director in women’s leadership; Dr. Rachel Cezar, president-elect of the Women’s Veterianry Leadership Development Initiative; and Dr. Lorrie Gaschen, associate dean for Diversity and Faculty Affairs at Louisiana State University.
Program tracks will focus on professional paths for veterinary students, graduate students and faculty veterinarians. Read the Women’s Leadership Development Conference program. The event is free,
The event is free, Register here.
J.T. Vaughan Equine Conference
Nov. 10-11, 2016
Noted equine veterinarians Dr. Dwayne Rodgerson and Dr. Bryan Waldridge will join Auburn Equine faculty to teach the 11th Annual J.T. Vaughan Equine Conference for the Practitioner Nov. 10-11. Courses will focus on lamintis, veterinary spinal manipulation, theriogenology, pharmacy law and much more. Twenty hours of CE credit will be offered. Download the 2016 J.T. Vaughan Equine Conference brochure. Register now.
Horse Owner Education Event
Nov. 12, 2016
The college’s Equine Reproduction Center is holding the 2016 Horse Course and Foal Auction on Saturday, Nov. 12, 2016 at the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine.
This owner-focused educational program will help improve the care of horses with updated practices, treatments and procedures, as well as providing continuing education credits to veterinarians. As part of the event, foals from the Equine Reproduction Center will be auctioned.
Dog Patch CE Course
November 12, 2016
The 2016 Dog Patch Continuing Education course, hosted by the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine and sponsored by Omega Tau Sigma Zeta Chapter, will cover the topic of Oncology for the general practitioner. Speakers include College of Veterinary Medicine faculty members: Drs. Annette Smith, Robert Kennis, Bruce Smith, Brad Matz, Amanda Taylor, Michelle LaRue, and Chris Lanier. Look at the 2016 DogPatch Brochure. Register now.
Save the Date:
110th Annual Conference
March 30-April 2, 2017
Open House 2017
April 8, 2017
Additional Opportunities for Veterinarians:
The Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine will be offering stand-alone Pharmacy Webinar Courses. The courses offered meet the two-hour pharmacy requirement set forth by the Alabama State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners. These courses are available on-demand and participants will have to take and pass a quiz to receive credit for the continuing education course. Continuing education certificates will be available for download immediately upon completion of course.
The Practitioner Sabbatical Program at the Auburn University College of Veterinary medicine is a unique program offered to veterinarians interested in continuing education in a particular specialty area in an effort to develop improved skills and knowledge.
The program offers facilities of the college as well as one-on-one work with our faculty and staff. Pick an area of interest and contact the Office of Continuing Education; we will assist you in developing a program for your specific interests.
The fee is on a sliding scale, $125-$200 per day for up to 5 days of intensive, hands-on experience with a faculty mentor and college staff devoting their time and expertise to your individualized program. Some programs will be more expensive due to intensity and instructional time. An application to the Practitioner Sabbatical Program must be submitted at least 45 days prior to your proposed starting date. There is a registration fee of $25.00.