On-Demand Webinars

Continuing Education

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. Learn on your schedule with on-demand webinars. Choose the topics that fit your interest.
If a webinar qualifies for continuing education credit a certificate will be made available at the end of the course.

Don’t forget to check out the upcoming webinars.

New Veterinary Wellbeing Research: How to reduce stress and avoid burnout

New findings and discussion topics for reducing stress and burnout in the veterinary profession.

This video is for veterinary professionals. Clicking the link will take you to Brainshark to log and watch.

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Veterinary Team Wellbeing Research: Creating a happier, more energized veterinary team

New findings on veterinary wellbeing study led by Dr.’s Greene, Volk and Reinhardt.

This video is for veterinary professionals. Clicking the link will take you to Brainshark to log and watch.

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Equine Recurrent Uveitis – Improving Clinical Assessment and Management Strategies

Equine recurrent uveitis (ERU) is a common vision-threatening ocular disease in our equine patients. Join Dr. Rachel Allbaugh, DVM, MS, DACVO as she shows us how to best identify ERU and harness improved patient outcomes with early diagnosis, appropriate therapy, and client education.

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Canine Lyme Disease: The Power of Prevention

Don’t miss our program “Canine Lyme Disease: The Power of Prevention” where you will gain comprehensive knowledge about this endemic and emerging vector-borne infection that poses a threat to dogs in many regions of the United States. This program will cover Lyme Disease transmission, prevalence and the most up to date information on preventative strategies, […]

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A Review and Update on Canine Parvovirus

In this presentation, we will look at the latest information on parvovirus, including etiology and epidemiology, clinical signs and differential diagnoses, current treatment recommendations, and the effect of maternal antibodies on vaccination success and protocols. We will also discuss parvovirus diagnostics, including their reliability and how to interpret positive and negative test results given the […]

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Does Hitting the “Easy Button” Equate to Best Medicine?

The Parasiticide market is crowded with products and options of where to purchase. This session will take a look at the market and at the latest CAPC tools to help you enhance communication, client engagement and compliance as it pertains to parasiticides. By the end of the session, you will learn how to select the […]

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Infectious Disease and Coughing Dogs: So much more than Bordetella!

This session will review the many causes of canine cough, or Canine Infectious Respiratory Disease Complex (CIRDC), and a new vaccine to fight against the disease. You’ll learn how to develop vaccine protocols based on the 2022 AAHA vaccine guidelines, the best way to explain the risks of CIRDC to dog owners, how the immune […]

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Insulin Therapy and Troubleshooting in Dogs

This session will review insulin therapy in dogs and discuss management with comorbidities, including pancreatitis and Cushing’s disease. You’ll leave the session with confidence to choose the best insulin type and dose for each of your canine patients, identify potential problems with diabetes management, and effectively treat dogs with concurrent diseases.

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Immune Checkpoint Inhibition: The Rising Star in Oncology Therapeutics

It’s time to learn about a new modality for treating cancer. Immunotherapy is taking the human oncology world by storm, and now it’s available for our canine patients. In this session, attendees will learn about immune checkpoint inhibitors and how they work, communicating to owners about immunotherapy, and how your clinic and patients can benefit […]

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MAH Monday webinar

EPM: Updates in Diagnosis & Treatment

This webinar will review the pathophysiology of equine protozoal myeloencephalitis (EPM) and dive into advances in diagnostics and treatment for horses with EPM. Serum titer vs. serum:CSF ratio, the importance of CSF tap location, and biomarkers of EPM and new research on persistent infection and EPM relapse.

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Heart Murmurs in the Horse – When to Worry

In this expert-led session, you’ll learn how to identify cardiac murmurs in equine patients and hemodynamic consequences of different murmurs and how to describe and manage common cardiac murmurs and when to refer a horse for further evaluation.

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Lyme Disease: From Vector to Vaccine to Diagnostics and All Things in Between

In this presentation, three experts will share the latest knowledge on Lyme disease, including tick vectors, diagnostics, and prevention. You’ll leave the talk feeling equipped to communicate canine disease risk and suggest disease prevention tips to your clients.

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