CE Offerings

Veterinary Lecture Series 2020

February 11th
Special Lecture Schedule – AGM  1:30 – 7:30pm

Geriatric cats are treasured by their families. CKD, hypertension, arthritis, hyperthyroidism, cognitive dysfunction often co-exists and this age group of cats have very specific nutritional and environmental needs. Diagnostics, treatments, recommendations and client compliance for this special group of patients with multiple problems will be the focus of this presentation.

O’Brien – CKD

O’Brien – Common Blood Tests

O’Brien – Pain

Cat Healthy Protocols – Simplified

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Neurology for the Busy Practice.

Dr. Simon Platt BVM&S, Diplomate ACVIM (Neurology), Diplomate ECVN, FRCVS RCVS.

Neurology in veterinary medicine can be an intimidating and frustrating topic. We will break it down into a need to know approach to the most common clinical scenarios in dogs and cats. Each case-based scenario will address where the disease could be in the nervous system, what it could be and how it can be managed when there are limited resources.

Platt – Inflammation in Dogs

Platt – Neurological Examination

Platt – Seizures

Platt – Vestibular Disease 

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Online Pre-Recorded Webinar

Iveta Becvarova, DVM, MS, DACVN

Breaking Down the Common Nutrition Myths Lot of misinformation exists about the ‘right’ nutrition for dogs and cats. This seminar will provide evidence based point of view to nutritional myths, it will offer useful information that may help you convey the correct information and to help pet owners with the best choices for their pet.

New Strategies to Promote Gastrointestinal Health: Make the Microbiome Work for You.  Intestinal microbiota plays a role in gut health and disease. Many gastrointestinal and systemic disorders are associated with aberrant gut microbial communities or dysbiosis. The goal of this seminar is to discuss the use of most common strategies to modulate gut microflora with prebiotics and probiotics in clinical practice.

What is new in the nutritional management of FLUTS?  The presence of lower urinary tract signs (LUTS), especially periuria (urinating outside the litter box) is a deal breaker for many pet parents. This seminar will discuss other new options for managing the most common causes of LUTS, focusing on the role of the diet. 

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October 18th via webinar

Speakers from OVC

This session will bring together numerous speakers from OVC on the topics of emergency medicine. 

 

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November 10 via webinar
Why won’t these ?*&% things heal??? Dropless cataract surgery;  could this be a reality for our canine patients?

Joe Wolfer, DVM, DAVCO

My three topics for this lecture are all things that are occurring at the cutting edge of veterinary ophthalmology today.  Much of what you will see and hear today are ideas that sprang from research, both clinical and bench, that has been done in human ophthalmology.  This is an exciting time in veterinary ophthalmology, and I hope to provide you with all the information you need to be right up to date with what is happening in this important field.

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REgistration Options

Single Lecture Pricing

$179per lecture

No 'membership' Required

1:30pm - 7:30pm
Convenient Location
World Class Speakers
Industry Networking

Full Membership

$569per year

Best Value

Early Bird Rate Save-10%
(7) DVM Lectures
Lunch and/or Dinner Included
AGM Voting Privledges

ACTIVE Student

$35.00per lecture

Student ID Required

Industry Networking
Dinner Included
Lecture Notes
Community Building

Corporate Pricing

NEW 2020

Reach out for Further Details

Team Building
Cost Effective CE
Professional Growth
Veterinary Community

Frequently Asked Questions

Take a peek below!

If we haven't answered your question please reach out.

Let us Shed some Light

on the most frequent inquiries

Please click on the link to access the printable registration form. 

Toronto Academy Registration Form

Please mail, email or fax the completed form into the TAVM office. 

Mail: 420 Bronte Road South, Suite 205, Milton, ON, L9T 0H9

Fax: 905.875.0958

Email: info@tavm.org

Yes, of course. Having a specific designation is not a pre requisite for registering for the any of our lectures. Our attendees come from a wide array of backgrounds and have a multitude of designations.  

No,  you do not need to purchase a full ‘membership’ to be able to attend. We have single lecture pricing available.

However, our full memberships are the ‘best value’ option for you. 

Registration is required as we do provide meals and only have a certain number of seats available.

Please view our online registration portal for more information. 

 

Please email our administrator at info@tavm.org 

In lieu of a registration fee we ask that you kindly share, via social media, the event listing of the lecture you would like to attend. Please ensure TAVM is ‘tagged’ in this posting and that your privacy settings are as such that we will be able to see it! Please note: this offer is for recent graduates from the past 2 years only. 

We allow you to transfer a membership (1) time per year. Refunds are not, under most situations, possible. In order to transfer a membership to another team member please send us an email. 

Please email our administrator – info@tavm.org   We can reach out to the speaker(s) directly to help get you the information you need. 

 

Send us an email. Our administrator is happy to provide you with the required CE certificates. 

In 2020 the lectures will be held at two locations:

Dave &  Busters in Vaughan, Ontario: 120 Interchange Way, Vaughan, Ontario. 

Seneca, King City Campus: 13990 Dufferin St, King City, ON L7B 1B3

If you’re attending our regular lectures please feel free to speak with the administrator when you pick up your name tag.

Otherwise, one of our board members would be happy to chat about your ideas. 

Finally, feel free to send us an email at any time! We always love input from our members.

info@tavm.org 

Printable Registration Form

CONTACT DETAILS

Address:

420 Bronte Street South,
Suite 205, Milton, ON, L9T OH9

Fax:

905-875-0958

E-mail:

info@tavm.org

Monday – Friday: 8.30-4.30

Get in touch


Hospital Lecture SEries 2020

Avian and exotic patients come with many unique needs. This series will help to familiarize you with the main species, handling techniques, their husbandry needs, and common illnesses, to that they can be triaged and stabilized confidently.

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Iveta Becvarova, DVM, MS, DACVN

Breaking Down the Common Nutrition Myths Lot of misinformation exists about the ‘right’ nutrition for dogs and cats. This seminar will provide evidence based point of view to nutritional myths, it will offer useful information that may help you convey the correct information and to help pet owners with the best choices for their pet.

New Strategies to Promote Gastrointestinal Health: Make the Microbiome Work for You.  Intestinal microbiota plays a role in gut health and disease. Many gastrointestinal and systemic disorders are associated with aberrant gut microbial communities or dysbiosis. The goal of this seminar is to discuss the use of most common strategies to modulate gut microflora with prebiotics and probiotics in clinical practice.

What is new in the nutritional management of FLUTS?  The presence of lower urinary tract signs (LUTS), especially periuria (urinating outside the litter box) is a deal breaker for many pet parents. This seminar will discuss other new options for managing the most common causes of LUTS, focusing on the role of the diet. 

Proudly Sponsored by:

Register Now

Emergency Medicine

Speakers from OVC

This session will bring together numerous speakers from OVC on the topics of emergency medicine.

Proudly Sponsored by: 

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Registration Options

Single Lecture Pricing

$89per lecture

No 'membership' Required

Week Night & Weekend Lectures
Convenient Location
World Class Speakers
Industry Networking

Full Membership

Contact Us

Best Value

(4) RVT Lectures
Professional Development
Buffet Lunch or Dinner Included
World Class Speakers

ACTIVE Student

$35.00per lecture

Student ID Required

Industry Networking
Dinner Included
Lecture Notes
Community Building

Corporate Pricing

NEW 2020

Reach out for Further Details

Team Building
Cost Effective CE
Professional Growth
Veterinary Community

Frequently Asked Questions

Take a peak below!

If we haven't answered your question please reach out.

Let us Shed some Light

on the most frequent inquiries

Please click on the link to access the printable registration form. 

Toronto Academy Registration Form

Please mail, email or fax the completed form into the TAVM office. 

Mail: 420 Bronte Road South, Suite 205, Milton, ON, L9T 0H9

Fax: 905.875.0958

Email: info@tavm.org

Yes, of course. Having a specific designation is not a pre requisite for registering for the any of our lectures. Our attendees come from a wide array of backgrounds and have a multitude of designations.  

No,  you do not need to purchase a full ‘membership’ to be able to attend. We have single lecture pricing available.

However, our full memberships are the ‘best value’ option for you. 

Registration is required as we do provide meals and only have a certain number of seats available.

Please view our online registration portal for more information. 

 

Please email our administrator at info@tavm.org 

In lieu of a registration fee we ask that you kindly share, via social media, the event listing of the lecture you would like to attend. Please ensure TAVM is ‘tagged’ in this posting and that your privacy settings are as such that we will be able to see it! Please note: this offer is for recent graduates from the past 2 years only. 

We allow you to transfer a membership (1) time per year. Refunds are not, under most situations, possible. In order to transfer a membership to another team member please send us an email. 

Please email our administrator – info@tavm.org   We can reach out to the speaker(s) directly to help get you the information you need. 

 

Send us an email. Our administrator is happy to provide you with the required CE certificates. 

In 2020 the lectures will be held at two locations:

Dave &  Busters in Vaughan, Ontario: 120 Interchange Way, Vaughan, Ontario. 

Seneca, King City Campus: 13990 Dufferin St, King City, ON L7B 1B3

If you’re attending our regular lectures please feel free to speak with the administrator when you pick up your name tag.

Otherwise, one of our board members would be happy to chat about your ideas. 

Finally, feel free to send us an email at any time! We always love input from our members.

info@tavm.org 

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CONTACT DETAILS

Address:

420 Bronte Street South,
Suite 205, Milton, ON, L9T OH9

Fax:

905-875-0958

E-mail:

info@tavm.org

Monday – Friday: 8.30-4.30

Get in touch

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CONTACT DETAILS

Address:

420 Bronte Street South, Suite 205 Milton, ON, L9T OH9

Fax:

905-875-0958

E-mail:

info@tavm.org

Monday – Friday: 8.30-4.30

get in touch