Course Agenda

Virtual: Advanced Veterinary Neuroscience – Week 1

This 5-day offering is the first installment of this 10-day module is designed to offer an intense, high-level review of clinical veterinary neurology aimed at the neurology resident.  Topics will range from neuroanatomy and neuropathology all the way through diagnostic imaging and surgical interventions.  This is a broad review of clinical neurology with the goal of preparing for the specialty examination and clinical practice.  

By the end of this module you will:  

  • Have an understanding of clinical functional neuroanatomy
  • Have a basic overview of diagnostic imaging modalities for neurological disorders
  • Have a basic understanding of diagnostic testing for neuromuscular disorders
  • Have a basic understanding of common large animal neurologic disorders
  • Have been presented with a high-level review of common neurologic syndromes in small animals

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Lectures from this in-person offering will be captured and offered on demand, after the live course.

RACE Application Status: This program will be submitted for 37.5 hours of Anytime, Non-Interactive-distance continuing education credit in jurisdictions which recognize AAVSB RACE-approval. 

 
 
 
 
Virtual: Advanced Veterinary Neuroscience – Week 2

This 5-day offering is the second installment of this 10-day module is designed to offer an intense, high-level review of clinical veterinary neurology aimed at the neurology resident.  Topics will range from neuroanatomy and neuropathology all the way through diagnostic imaging and surgical interventions.  This is a broad review of clinical neurology with the goal of preparing for the specialty examination and clinical practice.  

By the end of this module you will:  

  • Have an understanding of clinical functional neuroanatomy
  • Have a basic overview of diagnostic imaging modalities for neurological disorders
  • Have a basic understanding of diagnostic testing for neuromuscular disorders
  • Have a basic understanding of common large animal neurologic disorders
  • Have been presented with a high-level review of common neurologic syndromes in small animals

Agenda - click here

Lectures from the in-person offering will be captured and offered on demand, after the live course.

RACE Application Status: This program will be submitted for 36 hours of Anytime, Non-Interactive-distance continuing education credit in jurisdictions which recognize AAVSB RACE-approval. 

 
 
 
 
Virtual: Advanced Diagnostic Imaging

This 2-day module is an intense review of advanced neuroimaging, primarily focusing on magnetic resonance imaging.  Computed tomography and clinical cases are incorporated into the course.  Important points of physics and disease syndromes will be emphasized.  

By the end of this module you will:  

  • Understand basic and advanced MRI sequences, artifacts, and how to correct them
  • Have a basic understanding of MRI of common intracranial pathologies
  • Have a basic understanding of MRI of common spinal pathologies affecting the vertebral column and spinal column
  • Have a basic understanding of CT in veterinary medicine

Agenda - click here

Lectures from the in-person offering will be captured and offered on demand, after the live course.

RACE Application Status: This program will be submitted for 14 hours of Anytime, Non-Interactive-distance continuing education credit in jurisdictions which recognize AAVSB RACE-approval. 

 
 
 
 
Saturday, July 30, 2022
In Person: Advanced Diagnostic Imaging (July 30-31, 2022)

This 2-day module is an intense review of advanced neuroimaging, primarily focusing on magnetic resonance imaging.  Computed tomography and clinical cases are incorporated into the module.  Important points of physics and disease syndromes will be emphasized.  

By the end of this module you will:  

  • Understand basic and advanced MRI sequences, artifacts, and how to correct them
  • Have a basic understanding of MRI of common intracranial pathologies
  • Have a basic understanding of MRI of common spinal pathologies affecting the vertebral column and spinal column
  • Have a basic understanding of CT in veterinary medicine

Agenda - click here

Price includes lunch and morning/afternoon breaks. Also includes access to the on demand recordings captured during the live course.

RACE Application Status: This program will be submitted for 14 hours of live, seminar/lecture medical continuing education credit in jurisdictions which recognize AAVSB RACE-approval.

 
 
 
 
Monday, August 1, 2022
In Person: Advanced Veterinary Neuroscience – Week 1 (August 1-5, 2022)

This 5-day offering is the first installment of this 10-day module is designed to offer an intense, high-level review of clinical veterinary neurology aimed at the neurology resident.  Topics will range from neuroanatomy and neuropathology all the way through diagnostic imaging and surgical interventions.  This is a broad review of clinical neurology with the goal of preparing for the specialty examination and clinical practice.  

By the end of this module you will:  

  • Have an understanding of clinical functional neuroanatomy
  • Have a basic overview of diagnostic imaging modalities for neurological disorders
  • Have a basic understanding of diagnostic testing for neuromuscular disorders
  • Have a basic understanding of common large animal neurologic disorders
  • Have been presented with a high-level review of common neurologic syndromes in small animals

Agenda - click here

Price includes lunch and morning/afternoon breaks. Also includes access to the on demand recordings captured during the live course.

RACE Application Status: This program will be submitted for 37.5 hours of live, seminar/lecture medical continuing education credit in jurisdictions which recognize AAVSB RACE-approval.

 
 
 
 
Friday, August 12, 2022
In Person: Advanced Veterinary Neuroscience – Week 2 (August 8-12, 2022)

This 5-day offering is the second installment of this 10-day module is designed to offer an intense, high-level review of clinical veterinary neurology aimed at the neurology resident.  Topics will range from neuroanatomy and neuropathology all the way through diagnostic imaging and surgical interventions.  This is a broad review of clinical neurology with the goal of preparing for the specialty examination and clinical practice.  

By the end of this module you will:  

  • Have an understanding of clinical functional neuroanatomy
  • Have a basic overview of diagnostic imaging modalities for neurological disorders
  • Have a basic understanding of diagnostic testing for neuromuscular disorders
  • Have a basic understanding of common large animal neurologic disorders
  • Have been presented with a high-level review of common neurologic syndromes in small animals

Agenda - click here

Price includes lunch and morning/afternoon breaks. Also includes access to the on demand recordings captured during the live course.

RACE Application Status: This program will be submitted for 36 hours of live, seminar/lecture medical continuing education credit in jurisdictions which recognize AAVSB RACE-approval.

 
 
 
 

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