CE Events and Workshops


Canine Sinonasal Aspergillosis: Does the Cribriform Plate Matter?

Canine Sinonasal Aspergillosis: Does the Cribriform Plate Matter?

Presented by: Dr. Beatriz Belda Lopez, 1st Year Resident, Small Animal Surgery

Several treatment protocols have been described for Canine Sinonasal Aspergillosis over the past two decades. Each case is different and some cases require surgery, while others do not. Location and extension of disease determine the therapeutic approach and prognosis.


One (1) Continuing Education (CE) credit is offered for this seminar.

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Dermatology: Spring is coming and so is Itchy Skin!

March 14, 2019

Dermatology: Spring is coming and so is Itchy Skin!

Presented by: Dr. Paulo Gomes, DVM, DACVD

This event will be held in Lynn Hall at Purdue University in West Lafayette from 6:30-8:00 p.m. One (1) Continuing Education (CE) credit is offered for this seminar.  For more information and to RSVP, contact the Purdue Veterinary Medicine Office of Lifelong Learning by March 11, 2019.

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Diseases of the Equine Teeth and Sinuses - The Importance of Integrating the Oral, Radiographic, and/or CT Exams

March 20, 2019

Diseases of the Equine Teeth and Sinuses - The Importance of Integrating the Oral, Radiographic, and/or CT Exams

Presented by: Dr. James Carmalt, Western College of Veterinary Medicine and Dr. Timm Gudehus, Centaur Equine Specialty Hospital 

Topics include Basic and Advanced Oral Examination Techniques; Radiology of the Equine Head with Particular References to the Teeth (Including Incisors) and Sinuses; Oral and Radiographic Examinations; and CT of Individual Heads and Collation of Examination Results.


This event will be held at Centaur Equine Specialty Hospital in Shelbyville, Indiana from 2:00-7:00 p.m. Four (4) Continuing Education credits are available. For more information and to RSVP, contact the Purdue Veterinary Medicine Office of Lifelong Learning by March 15, 2019.

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Veterinary Nursing Symposium

March 24th, 2019

Purdue Veterinary Medicine hosts an annual Veterinary Nursing Symposium to provide an opportunity for veterinary assistants, veterinary nurses, veterinary technology students, and veterinary technicians to obtain approved continuing education credits.

Register for the Veterinary Nursing Symposium

Learn More about the Veterinary Nursing Symposium >>>>

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Seizure...Pointers and Tricks of the Trade

April 3, 2019

Seizures…Pointers and Tricks of the Trade

Presented by: Dr. R. Timothy Bentley, Dr. Stephanie Thomovsky, and Dr. Melissa Lewis, Purdue Veterinary Teaching Hospital Neurology Service.

Interesting case examples will be explored focusing on seizure treatment and management.

This event will be held at Purdue University Fort Wayne in the Busse Alumni Center from 6:00-8:30 p.m.  One (1) Continuing Education (CE) credit is offered for this seminar.  For more information and to RSVP, contact the Purdue Veterinary Medicine Office of Lifelong Learning by Friday, March 29, 2019.

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Wildlife Medicine in Belize and Guatemala

April 7-14, 2019

Join the Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine for an eight-day continuing education course (approx. 30 hours of continuing education) in Belize and Guatemala with the Belize Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic/Wildlife Institute, focusing on multiple aspects of wildlife medicine and rehabilitation. This course will expand veterinary professionals’ knowledge on best practices for wildlife medicine, conservation, and rescue techniques. Participants will have the opportunity to gain hands-on experiences with a variety of wildlife species throughout Latin America and learn from some of the top wildlife veterinary and conservation professionals in the region.

Learn More about the Wildlife Medicine in Belize and Guatemala Program >>>>

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Building Capacity to Ensure Innovative Solutions to Emerging Animal Welfare Challenges

May 15-16, 2019

A recent Council for Agricultural Science and Technology taskforce report on farm animal welfare identified multiple emerging challenges for U.S. animal agriculture. These include the need for improved understanding of the role of animal welfare in sustainability, antimicrobial resistance, global developments, urban agriculture and assessing animal mental states. This symposium will explore the ways in which diverse people and perspectives can enhance the quality of science and the impact of research and engagement programs required to address these key areas of need. Experts in animal welfare science will explore these and related topics along with participants from land grant, private and Minority Serving Institutions of higher education as well as different sectors of the agricultural sciences and industries, and their partners in veterinary medicine. In addition to information-sharing, participants will have the opportunity to participate in working break-out sessions where they will network and identify needs and collaborative partnerships aimed at building capacity to more effectively diversify and grow the discipline to develop innovative solutions. Because student and stakeholder engagement is critical to build capacity and develop novel approaches in animal welfare science, these audiences are particularly encouraged to attend.

This program is presented by the Purdue University Center for Animal Welfare Science in collaboration with Tuskegee University, North Carolina A&T State University, and the University of North Carolina.

Learn more about the Center for Animal Welfare Science Conference >>>>

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Canine Welfare Science Forum

Save the date!  June 8, 2019

The Canine Welfare Science Forum focuses on canine welfare basics for animal caretakers. The 2019 program will include presentations from industry experts Dr. Candace Croney, Dr. Bret Marsh, Dr. James Ha, Dr. Kari Ekenstadt, and others.  The lectures will focus on applied information related to nutrition, genetics, and behavior.   

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2019 Purdue Veterinary Conference

September 17 - September 21, 2019

The annual conference is designed to provide Continuing Education (CE) opportunities for the entire veterinary team. Content will include; Bovine, Small Animal, Food Animal, Equine, Exotics, topics of interest for Veterinary Technicians, Professional Development, and Shelter Medicine. All conference sessions and special events will be held on Purdue’s campus locations in West Lafayette, IN.

Learn more about the Purdue Veterinary Conference >>>>

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