The College of Veterinary Medicine announces a new online continuing education course for veterinary professionals. This course is based on Dr. Danielle Dugat’s Fall Conference presentation.
Participants will watch a video recording of the presentation from Danielle Dugat and complete a final assessment.
In this course, participants will learn how to identify a critical patient on arrival, review how to manage/triage a surgical emergency, and explore continued care beyond recognition of the emergency and how that care can dictate prognosis for the patient.
NOTE: Do not enroll in this course if you took this course at Fall Conference 2021. Duplicate credit is not available and participants are responsible for monitoring previously attended CE.
Registration Fee: $25
Time Requirements: Approximately 1 hour.
This course can be completed at participants’ own pace. However, This course must be fully completed during the license renewal period in order to be accepted during that period as continuing education. Courses started in one license renewal period and later finished in the following license renewal period are only accepted in the latter renewal period once fully complete.
To Register: https://okstatecvm.catalog.instructure.com/
Questions? Contact Christine Nichols at firstname.lastname@example.org or 405-744-7672.
About your Instructor: Dr. Danielle Dugat was born and raised in southern California. She moved to Oklahoma in 2003 to attend veterinary school and has been sucked into the tornado of Oklahoma State, never leaving. Upon obtaining her DVM in 2007, she stayed at OSU to complete an internship, surgical residency, and obtain a master's degree in biomedical sciences. She has been working at OSU's Veterinary Teaching Hospital as a faculty member since 2011, obtaining Tenure in 2019. Dr. Dugat shows Boer goats in her free time with her daughter and husband and spends every other waking moment watching her daughter play soccer, ride horses, and compete in gymnastics.