2019 Summer CE Series
The Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine will host a Summer Continuing Education Series for referring DVMs and alumni. Courses will be offered May 16, June 20, and July 18. They will take place on the Auburn University CVM campus, in the Veterinary Education Center (VEC). The registration fee is $20/program and includes dinner and two hours of continuing education credit. Each program begins with dinner at 5:30 pm. The course will run from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm.
May 16 –Feline Friendly Practices presented by Dr. Diane Delmain
- Cat Whispering
- Easy Environmental Enrichment
June 20 –Ophthalmology presented by Dr. Shannon Boveland
- The Fundus: Do You See What I See
- The Effects of Uveal Disease in the Cat
July 18 –Anesthesia presented by Dr. Erik Hofmeister
- Medical Error
- Anesthesia in Specific Conditions
2019 Canine Breeder Excellence Seminar
This one-day seminar is open to canine breeders, veterinarians, and veterinary staff. It is being hosted by Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine and the Theriogenology Foundation. The seminar will take place at the College of Veterinary Medicine on Friday, June 7, 2019. Six (6) hours of Continuing Education credits will be available for veterinarians and licensed technicians.
Seminar Cost: $75 (May 16- June 4)
$100 (after June 4)
Webinar Cost: $60 (through May 31)
$75 (June 1- June 6)
*webinar registration not available after 2 p.m. CST on June 6
Reproductive Science & Health Online Course
Employing research –validated instructional design and based on content presented in Pathways to Pregnancy and Parturition (3rd Edition, by PL Senger), the intent of Reproductive Science & Health (RSH) on-line is to increase educational flexibility and extend the reach of this discipline globally to all with an interest in teaching and learning about the function of the reproductive system in animals and humans.
The Practitioner Sabbatical Program at Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine is an individualized program offered to eligible veterinarians who are interested in continuing education in a particular specialty area. This program offers eligible practitioners the opportunity to shadow faculty and staff in specific clinical services to gain improved skills and knowledge in a specialized area of interest.
The experience ranges from one to five days based on the practitioner’s needs and the clinical service’s availability. The base fee for the experience is $150-$200 per day based on the service area, duration, and intensity of study. Additionally, there is a $25 application fee.
Interested applicants should contact the Office of Continuing Education and Outreach for additional details and application criteria. An application to the Practitioner Sabbatical Program must be submitted at least 45 days prior to your proposed starting date.