Breed-Specific Medicine: Using Genetics to Elevate Quality of Care, Presented by Dr. Nan Boss, October 5-6, 2019
Quality of CareWho: Veterinarians
Genetics and phenotype affect almost every area of practice, from anesthesia to cardiology, cancer to orthopedics, behavior to nutrition and much more. Along with diagnosis and treatment of breed-related problems, we can also use breed susceptibility and DNA testing to enhance our delivery of preventive care. Join us for a deep dive into every aspect of breed-specific health care for both cats and dogs.
-Nine hours CE*
-One additional hour CE if lunch and learn session offered/attended
-Breakfast (Saturday and Sunday), lunch (Saturday), refreshments, and snacks are included
-Digital proceedings are provided via USB
Click here to reserve your room for October!
Early Bird Rate: $119/night (limit 20 rooms!)
Early Bird Deadline: July 5, 2019
Regular Group Rate: $129/night
Questions? Contact us
*This program has been submitted (but is not yet approved) for continuing education credit in jurisdictions which recognize RACE approval. Per TBVME rule 573.65 (a)(F), all RACE approved CE programs are acceptable CE for Texas licensees.