The Merck Animal Health PSV team offers both live and recorded continuing education sessions that help you meet your CE requirements. Events are offered at no cost.
Don’t forget to check out the on-demand webinars.
Merck Animal Health invites you to join us for a virtual event on March 2, 2022, as we explore the relevance of One Health to the important health issue of Vector Borne Diseases.
This course examines the diseases caused by fleas, ticks, heartworms, and other intestinal parasites in cats. It also provides an overview of the first and only topical solution for cats to deliver 2 months of flea and tick protection, prevention of heartworm disease and treatment of roundworm and hookworm infections.
The ARM (Attract, Retain, and Motivate) study, funded by Merck Animal Health, addresses one of the biggest priorities for veterinary practices: retaining valued veterinarians and office staff.
Dogs can become infected with many different parasites, but the “unholy trinity” of roundworms, hookworms, and whipworms are among the most common and well-known infectious agents. In this lecture, we will cover the prevention and biology of these three important parasites.
This presentation will focus on the two endemic tick-borne infections known to cause clinical disease in horses: equine Lyme disease and anaplasmosis. Clinical signs, diagnosis, treatments, and prevention of both diseases will be discussed. Discussion will also touch upon other potential tick-borne infections.
Veterinary Mental Health and Wellbeing and How to Improve Them. Continuing the discussion of mental health and wellbeing among veterinary professionals, this course highlights the results of a new survey of veterinarians and compares these results to those of two previously conducted studies. Also highlighted for the first time are findings related to the mental health and wellbeing of veterinary staff.
This course will focus on otitis external protocols that Veterinary professionals can establish in practice that allow for more effective evaluation, diagnosis, treatment, and when necessary, referral to a specialist. This course will also discuss common errors and omissions in practice, while presenting opportunities to prevent these issues.
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Dr. Natalie Marks will take you through her journey of CIV and the Chicago outbreak, including tips of what she learned along the way and practical information to put into practice.
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