Upcoming Continuing Education Programs & Webinars

Stay tuned for updates on our evening webinars as well as our Sunday Morning Webinar Series for 2022.

Evening Webinar

Monday, June 27th
Technician Lecture: What’s the Hype on Hypotension?
Uncovering the Importance of Adequate Blood Pressure in the Anesthetized Patient
Adi Flores, CVT

This lecture will discuss a few important fundamentals regarding blood pressure in anesthetized patients. Starting from the basic physiology of blood pressure to the clinical intervention of hypotension. Through this lecture, the listener should be able to gain a better understanding of their role in monitoring and combating hypotension, regardless of the duration or type of anesthetic procedure.

Register Here

This lecture has RACE approval for 1 hour of CE  for Veterinary Technicians.

If you have any questions, please reach out to Kathy Mordini at kmordini@vetspecialty.com.


On-Demand Webinars

We are now offering some of our past lectures for RACE-approved continuing education credit in an on-demand format. To attend a recorded/on-demand lecture, please click the corresponding link. In order to receive the CE credit, you must pass a 5 question quiz that will be sent out after the lecture. Certificates will be emailed within 5 business days of your quiz submission.

Medical Lectures

  • Veterinary Education Conference – Technicians Part 1 (2 hours)
    What’s Fat Got to Do with It? Itnralipid Pharmacology and Therapeutic Implementation
    Houston, We Have a Problem with the Adrenal Glands
    Don’t Sleep on Anesthetic Monitoring
  • Veterinary Education Conference – Technicians Part 2 (2 hours)
    Sepsis A Focus on Intestinal Foreign Body Obstruction and Perforation
    Chemotherapy: an Overview of Side Effects
    Review of Small Animal Radiographic Positioning
  • Veterinary Education Conference – Technicians Part 3 (2 hours)
    Gunshot Wounds: Ballistics, Mechanisms of Injury, and Emergency Management
    They GlycoWhat?
    A Veterinary Nurses “Angle” on TPLOs
  • Veterinary Education Conference – Doctors Part 1 (1.5 hours)
    The Cough that Haunts Owners in the Night: A Review of Lower Respiratory Disease
    An Overview of Canine Intervertebral Disc Disease
    Veterinary Rehabilitation Medicine Myths
  • Veterinary Education Conference – Doctors Part 2 (1.5 hours)
    A Fungus Among Us: A Review of Canine Fungal Disease
    Challenges in Cytology Neutrophil Inclusions
    A Primary Veterinarians Guide to Cranial Cruciate Ligament Injuries in Dogs
  • Veterinary Education Conference – Doctors Part 3 (2 hours)
    Approach to Chronic Diarrhea in Young Dogs
    HBOT: Indications and Contraindications
    Did I Do That: Concerns and Sequelae Following Therapeutic Radiation Treatment
    A Clinical Review of Canine Mast Cell Tumors
  • Veterinary Education Conference – Doctors Part 4 (1 hour)
    Age is Not a Disease Anesthetic Considerations for Pediatric and Geriatric Patients
  • Part 1: I’m Feline Fine (2 hours)
    The Low-Down on Feeding Tubes
    Feline Gastrointestinal Lymphomas: Is it the Good Kind or the Bad Kind?
    Diving Deeper with SUBs (Subcutaneous Ureteral Bypass)
    Surgical Options for Ureteral Obstruction in Cats: Stenting vs Bypass
  • Part 2: I’m Feline Fine (1 hour)
    Chasing the Hype: Feline-Specific Anesthesia
  • Congenital Cardiology – Part 1: Pulmonic Stenosis (1 hour)
  • Congenital Cardiology – Part 2: Patent Ductus Arteriosus (1 hour)
  • Whew…I think we’re good now. Stabilizing the unstable patient. (1 hour)

Unless marked differently, each lecture qualifies for 1 hour CE Credit for Veterinarians and Technicians

Learn More & View Lectures Here


Tracking Your CE Credits

We have been asking for your license number when you register for our events. The American Association of Veterinary State Boards (AAVSB) is making it easier to track your CE thanks to its new RACEtrack system. When you register with your license number, we will upload that information after each RACE certified CE and the system will track credits for you.
Here are the steps to setting up your free RACEtrack account.
  1. If you don’t already have an AAVSB account, log on here to get started.
  2. From that link, you can also gain access to RACEtrack and to set up. You will need to click on “Allow CE Broker Access” and it will send your license information over to the RACEtrack system.
  3. The page will refresh once the information is sent. The new button will say “Enter/Update Continuing Education” and will take you to CE Broker to begin entering CE information.
  4. This site will keep track of the courses you have taken and let you know how many you need to complete.
  5. Here’s a link to the user guide to learn more.
  6. Note: While some state regulatory boards will accept an email from RACEtrack for license renewal, Illinois is not among the states at this time. You will still need to keep your certificates and submit them as you have in the past until that changes. Wisconsin and Indiana will accept an email from RACEtracker.
We will continue to send out certificates to everyone who attended after each CE, regardless of whether they submitted a license number or not. You are also not required to share your license number with us to register for a CE.
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