The Regional and Seasonal: Mapping Pet Illnesses and Accidents continuing education course was made possible through an educational partnership with Trupanion.
Most veterinary practitioners could draw a map of heartworm prevalence in the USA with their eyes closed. Yet what if you were asked to do the same for sago palm toxicity or pancreatitis? This course explores the prevalence of accidents and illnesses across the United States, highlighting regions, and seasons, especially prone to certain conditions and discussing how often these conditions present the rest of the country.
This course is based on the archive of the webinar of the same name and is appropriate for veterinarians, credentialed technicians, and practice team members, along with vet and tech school students.
By the end of the course, participants should be able to give examples of medical conditions that occur primarily in certain sections, and in certain seasons, across the USA. In addition, they will be familiar with the degree to which conditions can occur outside regions that normally are not affected.