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Welcome to your home for online veterinary CE. Below, you'll find affordable, RACE-approved courses developed from the Clinician's Brief articles you already love. From self-guided courses to on-demand webinars, Clinician's Brief offers the practical veterinary CE you need. CE hours are valid in jurisdictions that recognize AAVSB RACE approval. Sign in or create an account with a valid veterinary license to start earning CE now.
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Earn CE hours with the latest veterinary CE offerings from Clinician’s Brief, as well as free CE courses sponsored by our partners.
Successful management of orthopedic trauma can preserve a pet’s quality of life. Bone up on the basics, from injury assessment to amputation.
Proper treatment of wounds is critical to avoiding complications such as infection and loss of function. Improve your wound care skills by putting these principles into practice.
Respiratory III: Thoracic Trauma
Chest injuries often require immediate attention. Learn how to diagnose and treat a variety of conditions associated with thoracic trauma.
Behavioral Assessment & Disorders
Behavioral problems can significantly impact patients’ quality of life. Learn the 4 steps to conducting a thorough behavioral assessment, then discover the role of behavior in 2 common clinical scenarios.
Congestive Heart Failure
This life-threatening disease requires prompt intervention. Discover the clinical signs of congestive heart failure, as well as current diagnostic and treatment strategies.
Hemoabdomen Secondary to Splenic Causes
Are you prepared to handle hemoabdomen? Get practical tips for stabilizing and treating these emergencies.
Earn veterinary CE hours your way. From self-guided courses based on the Clinician's Brief articles you love, to webinars and podcasts with industry experts and Clinician's Brief authors, there's a Clinician's Brief CE offering for you.
These self-guided veterinary CE courses are RACE-approved, available for veterinarians and veterinary technicians, and relevant to the cases you see in veterinary practice. Sort by CE hours, topic, or price to find the perfect course for you.
These RACE-approved veterinary CE webinars are created by the team behind Clinician's Brief and available on demand. Gain practical insights from the experts whenever your schedule allows.
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All About Aerosol Therapies
This webinar will provide attendees with an understanding of the pathophysiology of airway disease and the role of inhaled medications in targeting therapy. Dr. Elizabeth Rozanski will address the differences between bronchitis and asthma, the rationale for assigning a category to the underlying diagnosis, how medication therapy can modulate airway inflammation, and how to incorporate inhaled medications into a practice setting.
Cytology After Dark
In this webinar, discover the impact of point-of-care cytology and hematology techniques in the management of sick patients. The case-based presentation will also explore how to utilize cytology to make clinical decisions regarding surgical intervention and how to identify infectious agents, along with how a well-prepared blood smear can impact achieving a diagnosis.
Canine Inflammatory Bowel Disease: How to Approach Challenging Cases
We’ve all had difficult cases of chronic gastrointestinal signs that have been difficult to diagnose, leaving the veterinary team unsure of next steps. Join Dr. Myles McKenna for this 1-hour, case-based webinar as he talks about the challenges of diagnosing canine inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and offers 10 steps to troubleshooting difficult cases.
Take Time Back: Technology That Boosts Your Diagnostic Game
Join us for a conversation on how new innovations in diagnostic testing can improve clinic workflows, accuracy, and speed of receiving results. In this case-based session, Dr. Sue Ettinger, Dr. Richard Goldstein, and Dr. Jane Sykes will discuss how technology is improving veterinary medicine.
Feline Veterinary Suturing Techniques
Join Dr. Lynetta Freeman and Dr. Elizabeth Swanson in discussing suture selection, challenges, and suturing techniques in feline soft tissue surgery. The first 500 qualified participants will receive a suturing/knot-tying board when they register before April 12th.*
The Role of Client-Friendly Communication in Managing Pet Obesity
Gathering a comprehensive patient history, one that also assesses the client’s readiness to change, is the fundamental first step in developing an effective weight management plan. Drawing on recent research, this webinar will explore several communication strategies for engaging clients in creating a tailored weight management plan for their pet.
Explore additional veterinary CE opportunities provided by our sponsors. Please note: Some of these courses will direct you away from the Clinician’s Brief website. Any hours earned will not be tallied in your Clinician’s Brief CE dashboard.