Upcoming CE

UVMA MountainLands Conference

December 9-11, 2021

Park City Sheraton

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15 Hours of CE Possible

One Health Symposium – Virtual Event

Oct. 25, Nov. 1, Nov. 8, Nov. 15, 2021

The One Health Symposium will be virtual again this year. The dates are October 25, November 1, November 8, November 15 from 3-5 pm each day. This will give practices the opportunity to introduce their whole staff to One Health issues and provide CE to veterinarians for minimal cost. Our keynote speaker is Dr Angela Dunn- speaking on health security. Our plenary speaker is Dr Jon Towner from the Centers for Disease Control -speaking on the role bats play in coronavirus spillover. Veterinarians will want  to tune in for updates on Rabies in Utah and animal control/shelter issues during the pandemic, occupational health and airway disease risk for veterinary staff and others working with animals.


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Continuing Education 


Earn CE Credits

Now through October 30, 2021

To register, visit https://www.avma.org/events/avma-convention

On-Demand CE

AVMA On-Demand Library

Merck On-Demand Library

Zoetis Learning Solutions

USDA APHIS Training Modules

* for CE to be accepted in Utah it must meet approval from the following:

(a) Unlimited hours shall be recognized for continuing professional education as a student or presenter, completed in blocks of time of not less than one hour in formally established classroom courses, seminars, lectures, wet labs, or specific veterinary conferences approved or sponsored by one or more of the following:

(i) the American Veterinary Medical Association;

(ii) the Utah Veterinary Medical Association;

(iii) the American Animal Hospital Association;

(iv) the American Association of Equine Practitioners;

(v) the American Association of Bovine Practitioners;

(vi) certifying boards recognized by the AVMA;

(vii) other state veterinary medical associations or state licensing boards; or

(viii) the Registry of Continuing Education (RACE) of the AASVB.