02-04-2017 Point of Care Ultrasound Lecture
Date: February 4, 2018
Point of Care Ultrasound for the non-specialist; Everyday practical use that is easier than you dared to imagine!
THIS EVENT IS FOR THE LECTURE PORTION OF THE WORKSHOP ONLY
If you are registering online for the workshop, please register for both the workshop & lecture.
If you are paying online, register and pay first for the lab only,
then go back to register for the lecture, but do not pay!
Smokey will waive the lecture fee once your workshop payment has been received.
Presented by: Soren Boysen, DVM, DACVECC & Serge Chalhoub, DVM, DACVIM
Date: Sunday, February 4, 2018
Lecture Location: X111, NAIT MAin Campus, South Learning Centre
Time: 9-12:30 am - open to all vets - limted to 79.
EASAV Members will receive priority registrations for the lab component until December 31, 2017
Lab Registration Deadline: Friday, January 12
Lecture Registration Deadline: Friday, January 26
Download Registration Form Here
present a lecture and hands-on CE event for Veterinarians...
Point of Care Ultrasound for the non-specialist;
Everyday practical use that is easier than you dared to imagine!
with Søren Boysen, DVM, DACVECC & Serge Chalhoub, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM)
Lecture description: Using a case-based approach & interactive session, Drs. Søren Boysen and Serge Chalhoub will present & discuss point of care veterinary ultrasound (VetPOCUS) that can be used by general practitioners on a daily basis in general practice.
Dr. Boysen and Dr. Chalhoub, both University of Calgary professors are well known for their banter-filled take in presenting clinical cases. Their complementary specialties motivated them to challenge the traditional structure of didactic lectures; their strong dynamic interaction allows them to share delivery of material and bounce ideas off each other and attendees to provide a different approach to learning.
This is guaranteed not to be your average CE course. Come prepared to be challenged and intrigued by what these two bring; ample clinical practice, wealth of research and mentoring in addition to their years of collegiate instruction. Boysen and Chalhoub know first-hand that the clinical applications of the point of care ultrasound can have a profound impact on patient outcomes.
Lab description: VetPOCUS allows non-specialist practitioners’ to rapidly assess their patients for conditions without compromising patient safety. In this lab, core VetPOCUS ultrasound-scanning techniques including abdominal & thoracic focused assessment with sonography for triage (AFAST/TFAST), cardiovascular FAST (heart and volume status) & lung ultrasound will be covered. Participants will learn to identify the glide sign, pleural effusion, abdominal effusion, B lines, pneumothorax, basic cardiac function, fluid tolerance estimations & how to sonographically guide IV catheters into vessels. Through practical, hands-on training on live animals & phantoms, participants will have the opportunity to practice basic ECC ultrasound skills, which they can take directly to the clinical setting. No prior U/S experience is needed.
Wet-lab Assistants: Dr. Cam Friesen, Dr. Mohamed Abdellatif, Ms. Leeann Lane
Date: Sunday, February 4, 2018
||Workshop and Lecture Fees: Lecture only Workshop (includes lecture) |
EASAV/CAVM Members: $63 (Late: $84) $735 (Late: $840)
Non-member Veterinarians: $105 (Late: $126) $840 (Late: $945)
EASAV Point of Care Ultrasound
Workshop & Lecture Registration Information
Lecture and Lab Date: Sunday, February 4, 2018
Location: Room X111, South Learning Centre (X-Wing), NAIT Main Campus
LECTURE DETAILS (3.5 hours CE Credit):
Lecture Time: 9:00 am - 12:30 pm; Registration at 8:30 am; includes continental breakfast
Lecture Attendance is limited to 79 veterinarians
LECTURE ONLY REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Friday, January 19, 2018
(After January 19, late fees will apply)
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WORKSHOP DETAILS (7.5 hours CE Credit):
Workshop Time: (includes lecture): 9:00 am - 5:00 pm; Registration at 8:30 am;
Includes continental breakfast, lunch & coffee breaks
Workshop is limited to 20 attendants
DOG VOLUNTEERS REQUIRED:
We require 5-10, lean, patient dogs for the wet-lab. Ideal Dog Size: 10-25 kg
If you can bring a dog for us to use in the wet-lab, please let Smokey know asap!
All workshop or lecture attendants who bring a dog for us to use in the workshop
are entitled to bring a friend to the lecture, free of charge!!!
PRIORITY EASAV MEMBER WORKSHOP REGISTRATIONS IN EFFECT UNTIL:
Friday, December 29, 2017
EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Friday, January 12, 2018
(After January 12, late registration fees will apply to all)
If you are registering online for the workshop, please register for both the workshop & lecture. If you are paying online, register and pay first for the lab, then go back and register for the lecture, but do not pay!! Smokey will waive the lecture fee once the workshop payment has been received.
Wet-lab Registrants: Advance Payment is required to hold your spot!
Advance payments can be made online by credit card (online) or by cheque (mail).
For lecture attendants, payment will be accepted at the door by cash/cheque only.
To register go to www.edmontonvetinfo.com OR leave a voice mail at (780)970-3728 OR
fax this completed registration form to (780)757-7865
Clinic:_________________________________ Phone #:________________________________
CIRCLE ONE: Full Workshop Registration (my cheque is in mail) Lecture only
Can you bring a dog to this workshop? (Please Circle Y or N) Y NRemember, all attendants who volunteer to bring a dog are entitled to bring a friend to the lecture!
Dog Name:_________________________ Weight (kg): ________ Age: _______
DVM Friend Name:____________________________________________________________
EASAV Address: Box 31029, Namao Centre NW, Edmonton, AB T5Z 3P3 Website: www.edmontonvetinfo.com
Questions/Need to cancel a registration? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; or leave a voicemail at 780-970-3728.
|Cancellation policy: |
All wet-lab fees are non-refundable unless someone can be found to attend in your place.
Lecture attendants who register and fail to attend/cancel with less than 72 hours prior notification, may be charged a fee of $32.
This fee will be waived for friends who attend free of charge
This event has 65 seats remaining.