Instructor: Anne Barger, Clinical Professor
Veterinarians interpret laboratory results almost daily in clinical practice. Evaluation of the testing incorporated in the minimum database is critical to many cases in veterinary practice. This week of professional development with allow each student to become more comfortable interpreting data and making diagnoses. The objective of this course is to help students learn to interpret clinical pathology data as it applies to actual cases.
Mode of Teaching
- No textbook required.
- Recommended: Latimer KS: Duncan & Prasse’s Veterinary Laboratory Medicine Clinical Pathology, 5thed., 2011. Text is available online.
- A reliable device.
- High-speed internet connection: e.g. DSL or Cable.
- Supported web browser: e.g. a recent version of Google Chrome, Firefox, or Safari.
- Access Microsoft Office 365 (Net ID and password needed) & have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed.
- Minimum technical skills: At a minimum, students must possess the ability to navigate Blackboard. This includes accessing course content, posting to a discussion board, and completing online assignments, quizzes, self-assessments, and exams.