2018 Equine Gut Health Conference

Cargill Animal Nutrition, Kemin Industries, Inc. and the College of Veterinary Medicine at Texas A&M University are pleased to team up to present this timely conference on Equine Gut Health featuring expert speakers from around the country. The conference will focus on how the gut responds to injury, how the microbiome of the gut affects health and disease and how nutrition plays a role in gut health. This conference offers presentations on a variety of topics, plus ample time for discussion and one-on-one conversation with the experts.

Internal Medicine Conference-Thailand

We are very excited to announce the inaugural Internal Medicine Conference in partnership with the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Kasetsart University, Thailand. The conference will be held at the family friendly luxury Centara Grand Mirage Resort, in beautiful Pattaya, Thailand between Monday, October 29, 2018 through Friday, November 2, 2018.

The focus this year will be on small animal gastroenterology and hepatology. Twenty-five hours of top quality continuing education will be delivered by a panel of internationally renowned experts. Information will be presented in the form of lectures, case discussions, and panel discussions on controversial topics – audience participation is definitely encouraged. Our speakers will be available to share their experience and answer your questions throughout the conference. Lectures will run between 8:00 am and 1:10 pm, allowing you free afternoons to enjoy the beautiful venue with your family.

Thanks to our generous sponsors, in addition to the educational program a daily social program will also be offered; this will provide an excellent opportunity for you to network and mingle with colleagues from the United States and Thailand. Our mission is to provide you world class continuing education in a breathtaking setting.

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Contact Name: Lori Kessler

Telephone: 979-458-0732

Email: lkessler@cvm.tamu.edu

Emergency Critical Care Conference

Sign up today for the 2018 ECC Conference at Texas A&M University.

The 2018 TAMU Emergency and Critical Care (ECC) Conference will bring you the latest information on a variety of topics. Dr. Claire Sharp, a previous faculty at Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine and current senior lecturer at Murdoch University in Australia, will be leading our special focus on bleeding disorders in small animals Saturday morning. The remainder of the weekend will showcase a number of lectures designed to improve and update participants on common ECC diseases and disorders, including traumatic brain injury, oncologic emergencies, and dyslexia. Additionally, we will have a two part series about communicating in a crisis with Dr. Karen Cornell. Attendees will have to opportunity to participate in two small group sessions: Blood Smear Evaluation and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation. This is our last major didactic small animal conference of the year. Don’t miss out!

Small Group Laboratories.

Cardiopulmonary arrest is the worst case scenario for our patients and is intimidating for both novices and seasoned veterinarians alike. The Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation lab, presented by RECOVER Instructor Dr. Justin Heinz, will provide you with the tools necessary to give your patients the best chances during a code. This small group session will use models to work through these crisis situations. All participants will receive certification in Basic Life Support and Advanced Life Support practices. Fee: $100

Blood Smear Evaluation can be improved by learning simple hands-on techniques to provide valuable diagnostic insights and help to ensure the accuracy of your in-house laboratory tests. This session will focus on how to get the most from techniques such as blood smear exam and body fluid analysis, and avoid common pitfalls. Dr. Unity Jeffery, a Clinical Pathologist at Texas A&M, will lead a small group session. Fee: $100

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2019 Canine Conference

Welcome you to the 2019 Canine Conference! This year we are offering the opportunity to earn a full 16 hours of CE credit! The TAMU small animal clinicians have had some exciting opportunities to speak at meetings around the country this year. At the 2019 Canine Conference, we are bringing some of these quality talks back to College Station.

Early bird registration is open! (Early bird ends July 14th.)