Free Courses

 

VetMedTeam courses include free RACE and VHMA approved offerings.  Some of the free courses are in cooperation with veterinary companies and organizations who value the veterinary practice team and understand the role education plays in the delivery of quality medicine. 

Free courses are on-demand with immediate access upon enrollment.  Work on the course at times convenient to your personal schedule.  Once all the completion requirements are met, the certificate will be immediately available.  If you have any questions please contact us at ce@vetmedteam.com.

 


 
  The Elanco Pet Program
The Elanco PET Program provides a series of courses covering topics directly related to the delivery of quality veterinary medicine at the practice level. Each of the free, RACE approved, continuing education courses will increase the skills and knowledge of team members and will help them to grow their careers. PET Program rewards are earned by the completion of courses.
The Elanco Pet Program
 
 

 
  Veterinary Pet Insurance
VPI strongly supports the growth and development of the veterinary practice team through education. Courses are designed to provide team members with unbiased, factual information.
Veterinary Pet Insurance
 
 

 
  Urinary Incontinence: When Good Dogs Leak
While the attending veterinarian is responsible for the diagnosis and the treatment plan, it is crucial that the entire medical team has a strong understanding of the possible causes of the condition and from there the protocols of a sound treatment plan. The veterinarian cannot do it alone. In addition, educating the client is vital to establishing good compliance and often the client relies on team members to help clarify confusing information. When the practice speaks as a team the client is better able to understand, make decisions and comply with the treatment plan. This free course will help provide a strong foundation in urinary incontinence concepts.
Urinary Incontinence: When Good Dogs Leak
 
 

 
  CSI: Case Study Investigation
Each free CSI: Case Study Investigation course tracks a patient from initial presentation to discharge and follow-up. Each case study provides participants with an interesting, realistic scenario. Through a series of questions set at important decision points, each course leads the participant through the case study with the goal being to assist the technician and veterinarian in applying the course information to their own patients.
CSI: Case Study Investigation
 
 

 
  Implementing the AAHA-AVMA Preventive Healthcare Guidelines for Dogs and Cats
This free course is designed to help practices, and practice team members, become acquainted with the components of the guidelines and to help facilitate implementation. Practice team members will understand how implementation of these guidelines can help to increase the level of preventive care provided to patients, leading to a stronger practice and improved delivery of quality veterinary medicine.
Implementing the AAHA-AVMA Preventive Healthcare Guidelines for Dogs and Cats
 
 

 
  Tips from the Trenches
This free course is designed to assist veterinary students, new graduate veterinary associates, and seasoned associates that need a "boost". It is for those individuals that are interested in self-improvement as well as getting ideas and thoughts from other veterinarians that have been in your shoes.
Tips from the Trenches
 
 

 
  The University of Tennessee
Free, RACE approved courses, provide an introduction to the University of Tennessee's canine rehabilitation and pain management programs.
The University of Tennessee
 
 

 
  Feline Senior Guidelines
The American Association of Feline Practitioners has developed a set of general guidelines for the care of the aging cat. The guidelines are an excellent foundation for the development of senior cat protocols. The guidelines form the core of this course. Combined with additional components, this course will help train every member of the practice team. "Old age is not a disease" may be an oft repeated phrase, but it is still an important message of the AAFP senior guidelines.
Feline Senior Guidelines
 
 

 
  Focus on Fecal Diagnostics
Skill in the conduct and interpretation of fecal examinations is important if internal parasites are to be accurately diagnosed and effectively treated. The performance of reliable and accurate fecal examinations requires knowledge of the procedures, a thorough familiarity with the important parasites of dogs and cats, and an understanding of how to use this information in a reliable parasite control strategy. This free course provided by VetMedTeam will help provide information and training addressing many components of fecal diagnostics.
Focus on Fecal Diagnostics
 
 

 
  Focus on Companion Animal Zoonosis
Zoonosis refers to diseases that can be passed from animals, whether wild or domesticated, to humans. These Zoonotic diseases can be caused by protozoa, parasitic worms, or transmitted by vectors in the form of fleas and ticks. This free course provides the veterinary team with basic information regarding the infection potential for the most common zoonotic diseases of dogs and cats.
Focus on Companion Animal Zoonosis