Yellow, Smelly, & Stubborn: A Clinical Approach to Liver, Pancreatic, and GI Disease.Lone Star Veterinary Academy: Continuing Education that Gives Back
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June 22-23, 2019
David Twedt, DVM, DACVIM
Yellow, Smelly, & Stubborn: A Clinical Approach to Liver, Pancreatic, and GI Disease.
Ask a global leader how to approach abnormal liver enzymes, learn the four most important treatments for pancreatitis, & practice choosing the appropriate therapy for vomiting & diarrhea in a case-by-case review.
Lone Star Veterinary Academy was founded for the Texas veterinary community by a Texas veterinarian. We provide first-class continuing education to veterinary professionals in a warm, welcoming setting. At each of our one-and-a-half-day, weekend events, you can network with your friends and colleagues together in a single room. We’ll bring the nation’s best educators to you, without the need to travel long distances, remember shuttle schedules, navigate giant convention centers, or worry about overflow rooms.
We’ll meet four times per year, and you’ll have the chance to earn nine to ten continuing education hours each weekend. Register for an annual membership to access up to 40 CE hours, or choose which events you’d like to attend. Each weekend, our educators will share diagnostic, treatment, prognostic, and other practical advice in their single area of expertise. Engage through round table discussions, case studies, and Q&A sessions. You’ll go home ready to tackle complicated problems like never before – be it meningitis, client retention, or compassion fatigue.
Love exhibitors? We’ll have them. Want coffee during breaks? You got it. Snacks? Of course! Breakfast and lunch will be provided too!
Lone Star Veterinary Academy gives back! We will donate 10% of every registration fee to animal welfare organizations in Texas. These may include animal shelters, angel funds, non-profit veterinary service centers, emergency relief, or others. We know how hard every veterinarian works to better the lives of animals, and we want to reflect the giving spirit of Texas vets!
Visit lonestarvetacademy.com to register today!