Veterinary Continuing Education
The UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine is committed to “Lifelong learning” programs for veterinarians, registered veterinary technicians and veterinary assistants. Veterinary Continuing Education is presented by the William R. Pritchard Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital to provide the most current information on recent developments in veterinary medicine and to improve the quality of life for our veterinary patients. Our programs are available to veterinary professionals who are seeking new opportunities for advancing veterinary care, professional development and fulfilling their CE requirements. These programs are approved by the California Veterinary Medical board in cooperation with University Extension, to meet the 36 hour bi-annual requirement for Veterinary Practitioners, and the 20 hour bi-annual requirement for RVT’s.
Programs are available on a variety of topics in Small Animal, Equine, Large Animal and Avian/Exotics. Program features may include the latest diagnostic techniques, comprehensive information about common disorders and beneficial case discussions and workshops.
April 26-27 Avian and Exotic Medicine Club Symposium, UC Davis
April 28 The James G. Morris Lecture in Companion Animal Nutrition, UC Davis
Summer 2014 Hemodialysis Academy
July 26-27 7th Annual Back to School Veterinary Technician and Assistant CE Seminar, UC Davis
August 24 One Health Symposium
September 5-7 International Conference on Feline Health
***We are now calling for abstracts to be presented at this conference. Topics can pertain to any aspect of feline health. For more information please click here.
November 2 Year in Review (save the date)
November 7-9 Donkey Welfare Symposium
Phone (530) 752-3905 or (530) 754-9223
Fax (530) 752-6728