This 2.5-day course will focus on updates and current discussions of the hepatobiliary system. Content will be delivered by a group of internationally recognized experts from multiple disciplines, including pathology, surgery, nutrition, and radiology. Topics covered will include medical, interventional, and nutritional management of hepatobiliary disease in cats and dogs.
Upon completion of the course, you should be able to:
- Interpret hepatobiliary biopsy results and suggest an appropriate treatment plan.
- Understand biliary disease - underlying causes, diagnostics, and options for treatment.
- Formulate a nutritional plan for a cat or dog with hepatobiliary disease.
- Explain medical and surgical approaches for hepatobiliary disease.
This in-depth course will be offered as a live virtual event on September 27-29, 2021, and available on demand in early November. Material presented will be a combination of pre-recorded lectures along with live presenter Q&As and panel discussions.
Not sure if you can make it to the live event? All sessions, including the live presenter Q&As and panel discussions, will be captured during the live course and provided for On Demand access to all registrants beginning in early November.
RACE Application Status:
This course will be submitted for 20 hours of both Live, Interactive and Anytime, Non-Interactive distance medical continuing education credits. Participants of the live course will be eligible for Live, Interactive credits for the sessions they attend during the live course. All other credit will be considered Anytime, Non-Interactive through our on demand access following the live course.
For any participant, a maximum of 20 hours of credit should be claimed and may be a mix of the live and on demand programs. Individual participants are responsible for ensuring they do not claim dual credit for the same session.
For additional questions, please contact us at Learning@ACVIM.org.