Dr. Larry Firkins is the Associate Dean for Public Engagement and the Swine Extension Veterinarian at the University of Illinois, CVM. He is known for his teachings on the integration of practical business skills into the veterinary curriculum.
Dr. Ward is a professor of small animal internal medicine at the University of Georgia. She has been chief of the small animal in-patient medicine section since 2007 and has an active research program in clinical and basic endocrinology.
Dr. Bruce is a veterinary surgeon at Veterinary Specialty & Emergency Care South. He enjoys all aspects of surgery – soft tissue, orthopedic, and even neurological. More than that, he enjoys improving the quality of life of his patients.
Dr. Batemen is currently an Assistant Professor of Dermatology at the University of Georgia. Her research interests include therapeutic interventions in canine atopic dermatitis, otitis externa, and the genetics of collagen disorders in dogs.
Dr. Grubbs is originally from the state of Tennessee. After 10 years of private and referral practice, he returned to graduate school and obtained a PhD in Comparative and Experimental Medicine with an emphasis in virology and immunology.
Dr. Estey is a veterinary neurologist at Animal Emergency and Special Center in Parker, Colorado. Her team routinely treats seizures, brain, and spinal cord tumors, and disorders of the vestibular system, among many other conditions.
Yes, the virtual continuing education offering will count towards meeting your CE requirement for license renewal in Indiana. You do have to participate in the session at the time “it is scheduled” on the program for the offering to be live. This allows you to hear the presentation of the presenter and engage with questions.
You will be provided a continuing education from the IVMA prior to the start of the meeting.
Some of the sessions will be available to view again later. If you do not participate in the live offering, you can participate in the viewing the session at your convenience. However, this will count towards your self-study continuing education requirement as set by the State of Indiana.