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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.
1
credit
hours
Veterinary Elective | Registration Open
Designed for veterinary students, this course covers the components and determinants of a healthy livestock system; the interaction between animals (hosts), microorganisms (infectious disease) and the environment; and optimization of interventions in livestock production systems to minimize the economic impact of infectious disease.
CE
non-
credit
On-Demand | 2 hours CE
This course introduces you to the pathobiology of PRRSv, the principles of designing effective diagnostic testing programs, how to establish herd and system goals for PRRS management and the advantages and disadvantages of available tools for PRRSv control and elimination.
9
credit
hours
How to Enroll
The Livestock Systems Management Certificate is a Graduate Certificate from the University of Illinois.
CE
non-
credit
Veterinary Student Course | Open Enrollment
Come join our team of over 10 board-certified veterinary specialists as they teach you clinically relevant anatomy, using diagnostic imaging as our guide. This course is designed to complement your current courses by providing additional practice applying basic anatomy to radiographs.
CE
non-
credit
Continuing Education | Professional Develpoment | 3 hrs CE
The diagnosis and treatment of oral and maxillofacial tumors can be challenging. This course will help learners understand and treat these tumors.
CE
non-
credit
Continuing Education | Professional Develpoment | 3 hrs CE
The diagnosis and treatment of traumatic maxillofacial injuries in dogs and cats can be challenging. This course will introduce learners to traumatic injuries involving the mandible, maxilla, temporomandibular joints, palate, soft tissues, and dentition.
CE
non-
credit
Continuing Education | Professional Develpoment | 3 hrs CE
This course will teach learners to thoroughly examine the oral cavity of patients with periodontal disease, as well as evaluate dental radiographs and treatment of this common condition.
CE
non-
credit
Continuing Education | Professional Develpoment | 3 hrs CE
Painful dental and oral abnormalities are one of the most frequently occurring pathologic conditions in cats today. This course will teach learners to recognize dental and oral lesions in cats.
CE
non-
credit
Continuing Education | Professional Develpoment | 3 hrs CE
In this course, we’ll learn about important terminology and the clinical applications of dental and paradental anatomy.
CE
non-
credit
Continuing Education | Professional Develpoment | 3 hrs CE
This course will introduce you to techniques and treatment options associated with the extractions of teeth in the dogs and cats.
CE
non-
credit
Continuing Education | Professional Develpoment | 3 hrs CE
We review the normal and abnormal radiographic appearance of canine and feline teeth, along with their supporting tissues and surrounding areas.
CE
non-
credit
Continuing Education | Professional Develpoment | 3 hrs CE
Dental and oral abnormalities are the most frequently occurring problems in veterinary practice today. This course teaches learners to recognize dental and oral lesions in dogs.
CE
non-
credit
Professional Development | Continuing Education
Dr. Jim Lowe has written a practical guide to Designing Livestock Biosecurity Systems built on a deep understanding of the scientific literature and his 25 years of experience in practice understanding what works. Take this course and receive a copy for Dr. Lowe's Practical Guide to Designing Livestock Biosecurity Systems.
3
credit
hours
AVAILABLE SPRING 2020 | Class Starts March 23rd!
This purpose of this course is to educate you on concepts taught in Business Schools and apply that information to the well-established livestock industry so you can build your best business strategy. What makes this course different is that in each module Professor Foreman and Dr. Lowe will sit down and discuss how these business concepts apply in the livestock business industry. Then, you will have the opportunity to apply these concepts to your company.
1
credit
hours
Professional Development
In this course, the world's leading expert in canine and feline dentistry and oral surgery, Dr. Sandra Manfra, DVM, DACVS, DACVD, and past president of the American College of Veterinary Dentistry, will teach you to identify and manage dental disease in small animal practice.
CE
non-
credit
24 CE hrs | Professional Development | Continuing Education
This course is an intensive study of modern dentistry techniques for dogs and cats. Each module stresses the importance of a thorough working knowledge of canine and feline dental and paradental anatomy in the recognition and treatment of dental problems in dogs and cats. Clinical applications of anatomic information are utilized to reinforce important concepts.
CE
non-
credit
Professional Development | Continuing Education
The purpose of this course is to give you the knowledge required to confidently interpret sampling results into an action plan.  The course provides an action-plan interpretation of results that you will practice through real-life application. You will walk away from this course with confidence in your sampling results and with a tool to determine the best sampling size you can use on the job.
CE
non-
credit
Professional Development | Continuing Education
This course builds on Safe Prescription of Opioids in Veterinary Care I and II. Work through common cases presenting to small animal veterinarians that require you to apply your knowledge of pain assessment, pain physiology, and opioid pharmacology. Also, review information on safe disposal and prescribing of opioids.
CE
non-
credit
Professional Development | Continuing Education
Learn about the importance and physiology of pain management in companion animals, as well as the best practices for prescribing opioids to out-patients, including their potential risks and benefits.
CE
non-
credit
Professional Development | Continuing Education
Learn about the importance and physiology of pain management in companion animals, as well as the best practices for prescribing opioids. This course is based on the FDA's educational blueprint for opioid training and tailored to veterinary medicine.
3
credit
hours
Starts March 23rd-Register Today!
This course provides a new framework for understanding the anatomical, physiological, immunological, microbiological, and pathological basis of health maintenance in the major body systems impacted by infectious disease.
4
credit
hours
Available Fall 2020
Design a comprehensive biosecurity protocol under the guidance of Dr. Jim Lowe that you can implement in your workplace immediately. Training focuses on the importance and impact of taking a systems-based approach to biosecurity systems that enhance the economic output of independent production units.
3
credit
hours
Starts June 15, 2020| Registration Open
Design a comprehensive health improvement plan under the guidance of Dr. Jim Lowe that can implemented in your livestock production system by the end of this 8 week course.
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