Meeting Notes

2019

Can we determine the presence of musculoskeletal pain in ridden horses by behavior?

by Sue Dyson, MA, VetMB, PhD, DEO, FRCVS

01/25/2019

Practitioner Update on Changing Laws in 2019

by Grant Miller, DVM, CVMA Director of Regulatory Affairs

01/25/2019

Advanced Diagnostic Imaging and Optimizing Field Radiography

by Sarah Puchalski, DVM, DACVR

05/16/2019

Annual NCAEP Conference

Join us in beautiful Monterey, CA for our 1st Annual Equine Veterinary Conference! NCAEP is busy planning the details and schedule for this CE event. Please continue to check this website as content will be updated as soon as it becomes available.

08/24-25/2019 – NCAEP will not be providing a recording for this event. 

UC Davis Fall Festival 2019

NCAEP has partnered with the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine faculty to develop the equine track for the Fall Festival CE event.

10/27/2019 – NCAEP will not be providing a recording for this event. 

2018

Lameness and Imaging Rounds

by Dr. Sue Dyson, DVM

Dr. Sue Dyson MA, Vet MB, PhD, DEO, FRCVS
and
Dr. Larry Galuppo DVM, DACVS
Dr. Mathieu Spriet DVM, MS, Diplomate ACVR & DECVR
Dr. Sue Stover DVM, PhD, DACVS

01/19/2018

Field Cardiology and Our Aging Equine Population

by Dr. Matt Durham, DVM, DACVSMR

05/9-10/2018

Disaster Preparedness Panel

Natalie Zdimal, DVM: Managing an Unplanned Equine Evacuation Site
Tips for managing volunteers, facilities, medical care, media, and more.

Grant Miller, DVM, CVA: California Veterinary Medical Reserve Corps (CAVMRC)
How a veterinary medical reserve corps fits into the emergency management system and what veterinary professionals experience while volunteering in the field

08/23/2018

Disaster Preparedness Panel

Jeffrey Smith, DVM, CCRP: EQ Disaster Preparedness:  Prepare—But You Won’t Be!
Lessons learned, training opportunities, networking outreach, triage, development of practice disaster plans amongst other preparedness principles.

John Madigan, DVM, MS, DACVIM: Overview of Fire-Related Issues 
What should DVM expect when volunteering in the field or at a shelter (burns, smoke inhalation, etc.).

08/23/2018

UC Davis Fall Festival 2018

NCAEP has partnered with the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine faculty to develop the equine track for the Fall Festival CE event. The morning sessions will focus on the latest updates for the small animal and equine tracks. The afternoon sessions will focus on the Emergency and Critical Care topics for the small animal track and Causes of Poor Performance topics for the equine track.

10/07/2018 – NCAEP will not be providing a recording for this event. 

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