With the global impact of COVID-19 and the postponement the 2020 ACVIM North American Neuroscience Course (Brain Camp) until summer 2021, we understand that this is an extremely challenging time for residents and has been very disruptive to resident training. As a result, the ACVIM North American Neuroscience Course (Brain Camp) as an online program starting is available through June 30, 2021.
The ACVIM Brain Camp Online program will consist of 19.5 hours of content, divided into the three courses indicated below. The material will be delivered as 1-hour RACE-approved modules containing pre-recorded lectures, proceedings and assessments. Attendees can access modules from any device and at their own pace. Each course will conclude with a 1 hour live Q & A with the presenters. Each live Q&A session will be recorded and added to the online content for those who are not able to attend. Attendees will continue to have access to the modules through June 30,2021.
The ACVIM Brain Camp Online courses are as follows:
1. Advanced Diagnostic Imaging
This 6-hour course is a review of magnetic resonance imaging and other advanced imaging modalities used to evaluate the nervous system in veterinary patients. It is recommended the MR physics be reviewed prior to the course. The Live Q&A with the Advanced Diagnostic Imaging Presenters session was hosted and recorded on Monday, August 24, 2020 and is available as a supplemental module.
2. Advanced Veterinary Electrodiagnostics
This 6.5-hour course provides an overview of the theory and practice of electrodiagnostic testing to include BAER, EMG, NCV, RNS, and EEG. The Live Q&A with the Electrodiagnostics Presenters session was hosted and recorded on Tuesday, September 22, 2020 and is available as a supplemental module.
3. Advanced Veterinary Neuropathology
This 7-hour course provides a foundation in a variety of veterinary neuropathology topics for those interested in both clinical and research areas. The Live Q&A with the Neuropathology Presenters session was hosted and recorded on Thursday, October 22, 2020 and is available as a supplemental module.
RACE Application Status
This program has been approved for 19.5 hours of continuing education credit in jurisdictions which recognize AAVSB RACE-approval.
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