2018 Fall CE - Dr. Joseph Taboada, DVM, DACIM - A Case-based Approach to Small Animal Medicine
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2018 Fall CE - Dr. Joseph Taboada, DVM, DACIM - A Case-based Approach to Small Animal Medicine

Joseph Taboada, DVM, DACVIM - A Case-based Approach to Small Animal Internal Medicine (6 credits)

11/7/2018
When: Wednesday, November 7
7:30 AM-4:30 PM
Where: Castleton Conference Center Windham, NH
58 Enterprise Drive
Windham, New Hampshire  03087
United States
Presenter: Joseph Taboada, DVM, DACVIM
Contact: Cheryl Catrambone
603-479-9182


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Registration is from 7:30am until 8:30am with coffee and light breakfast served in the exhibitor hall.  An hour lunch break and buffet is provided from 12-1pm.  Our event will conclude at 4:30pm.

Dr. Taboada will present promptly at 8:30am.  The full presentation is worth 6 CE credits:
 
           Part 1 - A case-based approach to the canine patient with increased liver enzymes

Part 2 - A case-based approach to the vomiting icteric cat

Part 3 - A case-based approach to the cat with ventroneck flexion


ABOUT DR. TABOADA:

Dr. Taboada is Associate Dean of Student and Academic Affairs and a Professor of Small Animal Internal Medicine at Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine. He is a graduate of the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine and pursued specialty training in internal medicine by first completing an internship at The Animal Medical Center in New York City and then a small animal internal medicine residency at the University of Florida.  Dr. Taboada is a diplomate of the ACVIM; is a past President and Chair of the Board of ACVIM, of the Specialty of Internal Medicine, and of the ACVIM Foundation.

 

He was a member of the Board of Regents of ACVIM from 1996-2009 and a member of the board of the ACVIM Foundation from 2004-2011.  He served as an Associate Editor for the Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine from 2002-2007. He has won 28 national and SVM teaching and service awards, including the Pfizer-Norden Distinguished Teacher Award in 2007, the Animal Medical Center Distinguish Alumni Award in 2004, the American Animal Hospital Association Innovative Veterinary Diets Award for contributions to the profession in 2003, the American Animal Hospital Association Distinguished Service Award in 2005, the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine Distinguished Service Award in 2012, and the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine Foundation Distinguished Service Award in 2013.

 

Dr. Taboada has spoken at over 150 international, national, regional, and local meetings, and has a textbook that has been published in 3 languages, has written over 100 book chapters, and over 100 scientific articles.   Dr. Taboada’ special interests are feline medicine, hepatology, fungal and other miscellaneous infectious diseases, endoscopy, and veterinary education.

 

No cancellations accepted.