AAEP Virtual CE Summer Series

Aug 4, 2020 ‐ Aug 27, 2020


This virtual summer CE experience will highlight the collaborative crosstalk that occurs between specialists and practitioners to maximize clinical success in difficult performance-related scenarios. A diverse format of panel discussions, case examples and live consultations will facilitate specialist discussion and collaboration in a meaningful way for the general practitioner. Attendees are strongly encouraged to participate in the real-time discussions and Q&A sessions.


Sessions

Week 1: Surgery Meets Sports Medicine: To Operate or Not? Part 1

Aug 4, 2020 5:00pm ‐ Aug 4, 2020 7:00pm

Identification: TUE01

Credits: None available.

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Sponsored by PulseVetDeciding to send a horse for an orthopedic surgery is not always a straight-forward decision. This series will discuss what orthopedic lesions should be surgically pursued, surgical accessibility and expected prognoses. This lecture will give the practitioner take-away knowledge about the surgical decision-making process and currently reported outcomes for a variety of orthopedic lesions.

CE Credits
Please note: Per RACE accreditation requirements, a short exam must be passed (70% or greater) for all presentations viewed after September 23, 2020. Presentations viewed before that time do not require an exam. Click on the "CE Information" tab above, and then select the "Take Exam" button. The exam may be retaken until passed.

You will receive a single certificate verifying your receipt of 16 hours of RACE-approved credit once you complete all sessions (either live or on-demand). Live presentations and/or on-demand videos must be viewed completely to qualify for credit.

Speaker(s):

Week 1: Surgery Meets Sports Medicine: To Operate or Not? Part 2

Aug 6, 2020 5:00pm ‐ Aug 6, 2020 7:00pm

Identification: THU02

Credits: None available.

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Sponsored by PulseVet(This session builds on and is a continuation of Tuesday's session.) Deciding to send a horse for an orthopedic surgery is not always a straight-forward decision. This series will discuss what orthopedic lesions should be surgically pursued, surgical accessibility and expected prognoses. This lecture will give the practitioner take-away knowledge about the surgical decision-making process and currently reported outcomes for a variety of orthopedic lesions.

CE Credits
Please note: Per RACE accreditation requirements, a short exam must be passed (70% or greater) for all presentations viewed after September 23, 2020. Presentations viewed before that time do not require an exam. Click on the "CE Information" tab above, and then select the "Take Exam" button. The exam may be retaken until passed.

You will receive a single certificate verifying your receipt of 16 hours of RACE-approved credit once you complete all sessions (either live or on-demand). Live presentations and/or on-demand videos must be viewed completely to qualify for credit.

Speaker(s):

Week 2: Imaging Meets Sports Medicine: The Complexities of Navigating the Diagnosis, Part 1

Aug 11, 2020 5:00pm ‐ Aug 11, 2020 7:00pm

Identification: TUE03

Credits: None available.

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Sponsored by Hallmarq Veterinary Imaging. When the lameness diagnosis requires collaboration to get to the root of the issue, the interplay between clinical exam and imaging findings can be tricky. This lecture will focus on out-the-door strategies to help practitioners maximize imaging bandwidth, navigate cases with advanced imaging findings and tackle the curve-ball diagnosis through interactive case examples and panel discussion.

CE Credits
Please note: Per RACE accreditation requirements, a short exam must be passed (70% or greater) for all presentations viewed after September 23, 2020. Presentations viewed before that time do not require an exam. Click on the "CE Information" tab above, and then select the "Take Exam" button. The exam may be retaken until passed.

You will receive a single certificate verifying your receipt of 16 hours of RACE-approved credit once you complete all sessions (either live or on-demand). Live presentations and/or on-demand videos must be viewed completely to qualify for credit.

Speaker(s):
  • Luke Bass, DVM, MS, DABVP, Assistant Professor – Equine Field Service, Colorado State University
  • Kurt Selberg, DVM, DACVR, Assistant Professor - Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging, Colorado State University
  • Katie Seabaugh, DVM, MS, DACVS DACVSMR, Colorado State University

Week 2: Imaging Meets Sports Medicine: The Complexities of Navigating the Diagnosis, Part 2

Aug 13, 2020 5:00pm ‐ Aug 13, 2020 7:00pm

Identification: THU04

Credits: None available.

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Sponsored by Hallmarq Veterinary Imaging. (This session builds on and is a continuation of Tuesday's session.When the lameness diagnosis requires collaboration to get to the root of the issue, the interplay between clinical exam and imaging findings can be tricky. This lecture will focus on out-the-door strategies to help practitioners maximize imaging bandwidth, navigate cases with advanced imaging findings and tackle the curve-ball diagnosis through interactive case examples and panel discussion.

CE Credits
Please note: Per RACE accreditation requirements, a short exam must be passed (70% or greater) for all presentations viewed after September 23, 2020. Presentations viewed before that time do not require an exam. Click on the "CE Information" tab above, and then select the "Take Exam" button. The exam may be retaken until passed.

You will receive a single certificate verifying your receipt of 16 hours of RACE-approved credit once you complete all sessions (either live or on-demand). Live presentations and/or on-demand videos must be viewed completely to qualify for credit.

Speaker(s):
  • Luke Bass, DVM, MS, DABVP, Assistant Professor – Equine Field Service, Colorado State University
  • Kurt Selberg, DVM, DACVR, Assistant Professor - Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging, Colorado State University
  • Katie Seabaugh, DVM, MS, DACVS DACVSMR, Colorado State University

Week 3: Internal Medicine Meets Sports Medicine: Working Together to Manage the Equine Athlete, Part 1

Aug 18, 2020 5:00pm ‐ Aug 18, 2020 7:00pm

Identification: TUE05

Credits: None available.

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Sponsored by Boehringer Ingelheim. Managing equine athletes from an orthopedic perspective is not all that’s required to keep them performing at a high level. This session will discuss management of the horse with neurologic, muscle-related, airway or other considerations. Special focus will be given to strategies practitioners can incorporate to most effectively manage complicated cases.

CE Credits
Please note: Per RACE accreditation requirements, a short exam must be passed (70% or greater) for all presentations viewed after September 23, 2020. Presentations viewed before that time do not require an exam. Click on the "CE Information" tab above, and then select the "Take Exam" button. The exam may be retaken until passed.

You will receive a single certificate verifying your receipt of 16 hours of RACE-approved credit once you complete all sessions (either live or on-demand). Live presentations and/or on-demand videos must be viewed completely to qualify for credit.

Speaker(s):
  • Jackie Christakos, DVM, Littleton Equine Medical Center
  • Amy L. Johnson, DVM, DACVIM (LAIM & Neurology), Associate Professor of Large Animal Medicine and Neurology, University of Pennsylvania
  • Elizabeth J. Davidson, DVM, DACVS, DACVSMR, New Bolton Center School of Veterinary Medicine

Week 3: Internal Medicine Meets Sports Medicine: Working Together to Manage the Equine Athlete, Part 2

Aug 20, 2020 5:00pm ‐ Aug 20, 2020 7:00pm

Identification: THU06

Credits: None available.

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Sponsored by Boehringer Ingelheim. (This session builds on and is a continuation of Tuesday's session.) Managing equine athletes from an orthopedic perspective is not all that’s required to keep them performing at a high level. This session will discuss management of the horse with neurologic, muscle-related, airway or other considerations. Special focus will be given to strategies practitioners can incorporate to most effectively manage complicated cases.

CE Credits
Please note: Per RACE accreditation requirements, a short exam must be passed (70% or greater) for all presentations viewed after September 23, 2020. Presentations viewed before that time do not require an exam. Click on the "CE Information" tab above, and then select the "Take Exam" button. The exam may be retaken until passed.

You will receive a single certificate verifying your receipt of 16 hours of RACE-approved credit once you complete all sessions (either live or on-demand). Live presentations and/or on-demand videos must be viewed completely to qualify for credit.

Speaker(s):
  • Jackie Christakos, DVM, Littleton Equine Medical Center
  • Amy L. Johnson, DVM, DACVIM (LAIM & Neurology), Associate Professor of Large Animal Medicine and Neurology, University of Pennsylvania
  • Elizabeth J. Davidson, DVM, DACVS, DACVSMR, New Bolton Center School of Veterinary Medicine

Week 4: Rehabilitation Meets Surgery: From the OR Back to the Arena – Strategies to Minimize Time out of Competition, Part 1

Aug 25, 2020 5:00pm ‐ Aug 25, 2020 7:00pm

Identification: TUE07

Credits: None available.

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Sponsored by Equithrive. The field of rehabilitation is quickly becoming proactive instead of reactive to minimize recovery time and reduce re-injury rates following surgery. This session will discuss specific rehabilitative strategies currently used to optimize recovery from a variety of orthopedic procedures.

CE Credits
Please note: Per RACE accreditation requirements, a short exam must be passed (70% or greater) for all presentations viewed after September 23, 2020. Presentations viewed before that time do not require an exam. Click on the "CE Information" tab above, and then select the "Take Exam" button. The exam may be retaken until passed.

You will receive a single certificate verifying your receipt of 16 hours of RACE-approved credit once you complete all sessions (either live or on-demand). Live presentations and/or on-demand videos must be viewed completely to qualify for credit.

Speaker(s):
  • Craig Lesser, DVM, CF, Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital
  • Lauren V. Schnabel, DVM, PhD, DACVS, DACVSMR, Associate Professor of Equine Orthopedic Surgery; Associate Director, Comparative Medicine Institute, North Carolina State University
  • Caitlyn Redding Horne, DVM, DACVSMR, North Carolina State University

Week 4: Rehabilitation Meets Surgery: From the OR Back to the Arena – Strategies to Minimize Time out of Competition, Part 2

Aug 27, 2020 5:00pm ‐ Aug 27, 2020 7:00pm

Identification: THU08

Credits: None available.

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Sponsored by Equithrive. (This session builds on and is a continuation of Tuesday's session.) The field of rehabilitation is quickly becoming proactive instead of reactive to minimize recovery time and reduce re-injury rates following surgery. This session will discuss specific rehabilitative strategies currently used to optimize recovery from a variety of orthopedic procedures.

CE Credits
Please note: Per RACE accreditation requirements, a short exam must be passed (70% or greater) for all presentations viewed after September 23, 2020. Presentations viewed before that time do not require an exam. Click on the "CE Information" tab above, and then select the "Take Exam" button. The exam may be retaken until passed.

You will receive a single certificate verifying your receipt of 16 hours of RACE-approved credit once you complete all sessions (either live or on-demand). Live presentations and/or on-demand videos must be viewed completely to qualify for credit.

Speaker(s):
  • Craig Lesser, DVM, CF, Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital
  • Lauren V. Schnabel, DVM, PhD, DACVS, DACVSMR, Associate Professor of Equine Orthopedic Surgery; Associate Director, Comparative Medicine Institute, North Carolina State University
  • Caitlyn Redding Horne, DVM, DACVSMR, North Carolina State University
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