As part of our ongoing commitment to veterinary education and research, The Veterinary Cancer Center (The VCC) holds an annual continuing education seminar. The seminar is accredited through the Registry of Approved Continuing Education (RACE). In addition we are excited to share that we are in the process of putting together a continuing education series for veterinary technicians.
We all work hard and that sometimes means we do not always having enough time to relax and have fun. For that reason The VCC also comes up with unique and innovative ways for veterinarians and their staff, to connect on a personal level. Check back regularly to see upcoming events and activities.
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LUNCH & LEARNS
Trying to work, eat lunch, and keep up on the latest in CE can be a challenge. Let us help! You pick the topic; we’ll bring lunch and the speaker. Choose from the following speakers and topics.
DVM, MEM, DACVIM (Oncology)
Cancer Update: What’s on the Horizon for Veterinary Oncology?
TANOVEA: A New Drug for Lymphoma
Osteosarcoma: Multi-Modality Therapy
Working Up Mast Cell Tumors: How to Demystify the Process
Lymphomas: Does the Sub-Type Really Matter?
DVM, DACVR-RO (Radiation Oncology)
Post-Operative Radiation Therapy for Skin Tumors
Benefits & Misconceptions of Palliative Radiation Therapy
Imaging for Prospective Oncologic Patients
All lectures last approximately 60 minutes. Interested in a topic not listed? Just ask!