Small Animal Anesthesia CE (Oct 8th-9th)
Donna has 36 years in the Veterinary profession. Her first five years were spent gaining hands on experience in small animal hospitals in Pennsylvania. From there her love for the veterinary profession and passion for teaching led her to academia and the Matthew J. Ryan Veterinary Hospital University of Pennsylvania upon graduating from Harcum College, Bryn Mawr, PA in 1991. At Penn she satisfied her “drive” to perform top medical care to patients AND her “desire” to educate which led her to obtain a VTS (Anesthesia/Analgesia) in 2006. For the last 13 years Donna has been immersed in specialty medicine at Seattle Veterinary Specialists/Bluepearl fulfilling her role as VTS (A/A) providing in- house and regional training. Donna is an enthusiastic member of the ELANCO professional speaker panel, involved in educating and advocating for safe anesthetic/analgesic care. Her longevity and passion for the profession make her a great champion for patients and veterinary technicians/nurses.
WSU Fall Veterinary Continuing Education Event
Join us 9 a.m. – noon (PT)
Saturday, October 30, 2021
This will be a hybrid CE event – join us in person on
campus or online via zoom.
We will have a Large Animal Track and a Small Animal Track. Presentations will be light and fun, and case based!
Veterinarians and technicians
are welcome to join.
Veterinarians – $25 and Technicians – $15
This program has been approved for 3 hours of continuing education credit in jurisdictions that recognize RACE approval.
Practical Fluid Therapy: The What, How, and Why!
In this RACE-approved VMX presentation, DR. CHRISTOPHER BYERS, a board-certified veterinary criticalist and internist, will update clinicians on the latest approach to fluid therapy in their small-animal patients. He’ll discuss how to develop a fluid therapy plan (route, rate, and type) and assess individual patients, using a real-life patient. Whether you’re a new graduate or a seasoned professional, you’re sure to gain valuable practical insight on this important topic.
Additional CE Opportunities
BSVTA is excited to provide continuing education opportunities to our community! Did you know that there are free continuing education opportunities available online?
We’re happy to connect you with continuing education events locally, nationally and online. For a full list of continuing education resources, please visit NAVTA. Additional online CE opportunities can be found at:
For CE that is pertinent for all veterinary practice positions, please visit atdove.org
- For more conference dates go directly to DVM 360
- For more information from the Montana Veterinary Medical Association, please visit mtvma.org