Free CE for referring veterinarians

The UF Veterinary Hospitals is pleased to offer virtual continuing education to our referring veterinarians. Our new spring series is now available. You can earn up to four hours of free CE. Our featured speakers are:

  • Dr. Andrew Specht – NSAIDs in Cats with CKD
  • Dr. Sandra Bechtel – Canine Mast Cell Tumors
  • Dr. Kathleen Ham – Cystotomy Tips and Tricks
  • Dr. Chen Gilor – Diabetic Dogs
  • Dr. Ralph Hamor – Tonometry
  • Dr. Michael Schaer – Pit Viper Envenomation
  • Dr.Jim Wellehan – Bearded Dragon Medicine
  • Dr. Daniela Leuthy – EDM
  • Dr. Caryn Plummer – There’s a Fungus Among Us!
  • Dr. Michael Dark – Intro to Synoptic Reporting
  • Dr. Shir Gilor – UF Clin Path Lab 2021

Thank you to our spring sponsors:

Spring sponsors

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