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This unique program is the first of its kind. The University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine offers a variety of online educational programs designed to address the most pressing issues veterinarians experience in the field today.

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CE
non-
credit
Synchronous | Professional Development
  This course is offered once this Summer 2020 session: June 22 - July 2 Preview the syllabus here.
CE
non-
credit
CONTINUING EDUCATION | 1 hr CE
This CE course covers a broad introduction to cytology, helping general practioners get started with or improve their in-house cytology offerings. Learn about microscopic examination of cytologic specimens, cell identification and characterization of inflammatory and or tissue type
2
credit
hours
Virtual Rotation for 4th Year Veterinary Students | Available May 8th
In this diagnostic imaging course for clinical year veterinary students, our team of board-certified radiologists, cardiologists, surgeons, neurologists and other specialists will teach learners to integrate radiographic findings with patient signalment, history and presentation from the comfort of their own home.
3
credit
hours
Students will learn how to clinically apply pathogen biology, pathology, host responses, and interventions to address respiratory diseases in swine. Learn why these diseases are so important to our livestock systems, how to identify them, and how to control them.
1
credit
hours
Veterinary Student Course | Available June 15th
Evaluation of the testing incorporated in the minimum database is critical to many cases in veterinary practice. Through this course case-based approach to clinical laboratory data you will gain more practice, comfort and confidence in interpreting data and making diagnoses. 
1
credit
hours
Professional Development
This course breaks downs concepts taught in business schools - and how to apply that information to the livestock industry. In each module, Professor Foreman and Dr. Lowe discuss how these business concepts apply in the livestock business industry. Students then have the opportunity to apply these concepts to their own companies.
1
credit
hours
9AM-4:30PM CST | Professional Development
In this course you will be introduced to the principles of successful businesses and learn how you can apply those principles in a veterinary business.
1
credit
hours
9AM-4:30PM CST | Professional Development| Starts June 22nd
This course is designed to help students apply the principles of virology, immunology, public health, data science and population medicine in evaluating the current public health policy responses to the COVID-19 pandemic. Since content will focus on current events and daily topics, it will be altered and refined to align with unfolding circumstances and policy decisions.
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Spotlight
The Round Barn Podcast
Faculty members from the University of Illinois tackle issues that affect the livestock production industry every day

Dr. Jim Lowe and Dr. Brian Aldridge talk with industry and academia professionals from across different fields about the issues facing the livestock industry today. How can producers reduce pathogen entry into their herds? What's so special about this COVID-19 virus, and how is it different from the flu? How do cull sow travel paths affect the way diseases spread? What would ASF look like if it spread to the U.S.? Join us to learn more.

Transcript links are available in the show notes of each episode.

What Others are Saying

I loved it! Short, easy to understand videos. Loved having the text to read also. Great articles attached.

-Practicing Veterinarian

This was great! Sharing with entire staff so they understand too

 

-Practicing Veterinarian

Thank you for offering this CE. I look forward to see what other programs you may have available. I really do enjoy CE from the comfort of my own home.

-Practicing Veterinarian
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