Online Toxicology Symposium 2024

3 Speakers  |  3 days  |  3 Topics

Approved by RACE for 3 CE Credits

Free for USA and Canada Attendees

Courtesy of ASPCA APCC

About the Online Toxicology Symposium 2024

What Is it – March is Poison Prevention Awareness Month and the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center (APCC) and VetEducation, have teamed up to bring to you three live and interactive webinars. In these live sessions, renowned speakers from the APCC will explore how you can identify, prevent, and treat various toxins.

When Is it – March 19-21, 2024  (US)

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Who can attend – The Entire Veterinary Team

Will the lectures be recorded – Yes! All webinars will be recorded as MP4 videos, so that you do not miss out if you cannot attend the live lectures.

Do I get continuing education credits – Yes, we have submitted this program for 3 CE credits — RACE approval pending.

For most countries, this symposium qualifies for 3 hours of continuing education. CPD certificates will be provided for all lectures (including the recordings).

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Schedule

Day 1
March 19, 2024
Summary: A review of current topics in veterinary literature related to toxicology. Discussions will include new information on grape toxicity, potential risks of intralipid treatment and more!

Day 2

March 20, 2024
Summary: In this webinar we will discuss some of the unique aspects of different toxins and toxicoses, as well as practical tidbits of information in the management of canine and feline toxin exposures.

Day 3

March 21, 2024
Summary: This lecture will focus on methods of decontamination, one of the most important first steps to consider in the treatment of toxicity. Indications and methods for oral, ocular, and dermal decontamination will be discussed with varying species considered. Contraindications and complications with common decontamination methods will be covered. Additionally, less common forms of decontamination, such as intralipid therapy and extracorporeal elimination, will be touched on.

ONLINE TOXICOLOGY SYMPOSIUM 2024

SPEAKERS
Lindsey N. Stall
DVM, MS
Dr. Laura Stern
DVM, DABVT
Karla Smith
DVM

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WHAT DO YOU GET AS A WEBINAR MEMBER?

50+ Hours CPD

At least 50 hours of webinars annually along with detailed notes, quizzes, and more.

Unlimited Access

Get FULL ACCESS to our huge webinar library of over 350 recordings!

Special Discounts

Get exclusive discounts when signing up for our courses and webinars all year round.

Certification

Get certificates of attendance to keep track of your continuing education.

50+ Hours CPD

At least 50 hours of webinars annually along with detailed notes, quizzes, and more.

Unlimited Access

Get FULL ACCESS to our huge webinar library of over 350 recordings!

Special Discounts

Get exclusive discounts when signing up for our courses and webinars all year round.

Certification

Get certificates of attendance to keep track of your continuing education.

Loads of Topics

Wide range of topics including small animal, equine, practice management and more!

FREE Access to Conferences

Get full access to the Annual Vet Education Online Veterinary Conference, Online Toxicology Symposium, Online Vet Nurse/Tech Conference, and Focus Webinar Series.

Stay Informed

Get automatic notice of all of our upcoming webinars! You won't miss a beat with our automatic invitations!

20% off CRC Press Books

Vet Education webinar members get an exclusive 20% discount on a wide range of veterinary medicine reference texts by CRC Press.

Loads of Topics

Wide range of topics including small animal, equine, practice management and more!

FREE Access to Conferences

Get full access to the Annual Vet Education Online Veterinary Conference, Online Toxicology Symposium, Online Vet Nurse/Tech Conference, and Focus Webinar Series.

Stay Informed

Get automatic notice of all of our upcoming webinars! You won't miss a beat with our automatic invitations!

20% off CRC Press Books

Vet Education webinar members get an exclusive 20% discount on a wide range of veterinary medicine reference texts by CRC Press.

Please Note: This Online Toxicology Symposium is offered as a part of the Vet Education Webinar Membership.
Existing Webinar Members – Please do not purchase. You will automatically receive login details and recordings.

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Jennifer Hopkins, DVM

Dr. Jennifer Hopkins has been a consulting veterinarian at the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center since January 2021, and is also a supervisor on the hotline. Prior to joining the ASPCA, she worked in food animal welfare and regulation with the State of Iowa Department of Agriculture, and was in clinical practice in Chicago, IL. She obtained her veterinary degree from Cornell University. She is passionate about helping poisoned pets.

Nicole Dockrey, DVM

Dr. Dockrey is a 1999 graduate of Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine, and is currently a consulting veterinarian in clinical toxicology with the ASPCA Animal Poison Control. Her clinical experience includes general and emergency practice, with a special interest in critical care medicine. She has also developed and taught courses in tactical veterinary medicine and held leadership positions with local veterinary medical associations. She takes a progressive and practical approach to veterinary medicine.

Karla Smith, DVM

Dr. Karla Smith is a Consulting Veterinarian in Clinical Toxicology. She is originally from Arizona. She graduated from Colorado State University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2000. After veterinary school Dr. Smith worked in small animal practice (general medicine and emergency) until 2004, when she moved to Illinois to work at the Animal Poison Control Center. She is involved with Greyhound rescue and has been breeding Borzoi since 2011. She is active in many dog sports, including lure coursing, obedience and the new sport of canine nose work.