All DE programs are mentored by leading veterinary experts who will provide individual feedback and advice on completion of each monthly module. Each module may include written content, technique videos, self-reflections, quizzes and online submission of monthly assignments. Maximise the opportunity to expand and consolidate your learning by participating in the tutor moderated group discussion forums and attending the case-based and/or practical workshop/s optional for most courses.
Note: Due to the continuing uncertainty of COVID-19 we cannot guarantee that all face to face workshops will go ahead in 2022. While the CVE will do everything within its power to run the workshops, where this is not possible, and where feasible, the CVE will work with its tutors to provide a virtual workshop alternative.
Build in-demand skills in key clinical areas. Engage with your tutor/s and other participants through an active discussion forum. The programs are further enhanced by concise core notes, video presentations, case studies, images, useful links and interactive quizzes to test your knowledge and round out the program. Earn 10+ CPD points with completion of each TimeOnline course.
Delivered by content matter experts, each OnDemand course gives you access to videos, presentations, notes, supplementary readings and an opportunity to test your knowledge. Succinct and engaging, these courses are designed to fit around your busy life and within your areas of interest.
WebinarPLUS are pre-recorded webinars presented by veterinary experts selected by CVE. Being pre-recorded, you can watch each presentation in your own time and participate in the discussion forum, moderated by your presenter for up to one week after the WebinarPLUS release. You will receive 1 CPD point for each CVE WebinarPLUS completed.
WebinarLIVE! presentations are led by veterinary experts, watched in real time and are followed by an interactive Q&A. It’s your chance to interact with experts, ask your burning questions and get real-time answers. You will receive 1 CPD point for each CVE WebinarLIVE! completed.
With the ideally balanced combination of theoretical and hands-on education, our workshops allow participants to obtain the most benefit possible through the practical application of the skills being taught. Small group teaching with a high tutor to participant ratio will ensure that you benefit from individual attention from the highly regarded and experienced tutor/s. Nothing beats on-the-spot feedback as you learn a new procedure.
Immerse yourself in a specific area or discipline for one or more days, making the most of time to engage with keynote speakers and maximise the educational opportunity. Network with peers sharing similar interests; build the relationships to support you in practice.
The IVAS Certificate is an internationally recognised standard of veterinary acupuncture training. The CVE in association with the Australian College of Veterinary Acupuncture (ACVA), is pleased to be delivering the world-renowned IVAS Certificate of Veterinary Acupuncture on behalf of the Australian Veterinary Acupuncture Group (AVAG), special interest group of the AVA.
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Thursday, 26 May 2022
Speaker/s: Ed Hall
11 day/s till Registration closes
Oesophageal dysfunction causing difficulty swallowing can be due to failure of peristalsis (i.e. megaoesophagus), inflammation (i.e. oesophagitis) or obstruction. This webinar will explain how to make a diagnosis and provide an update on potential causes of megaoesophagus and ways to manage the condition.
Monday, 06 June 2022
Speaker/s: Chris Burrows
Designed for Nurses
In this practical webinar, Chris will review how to perform a thorough pain assessment in dogs and cats. We will also help you understand some of the common analgesic protocol used in everyday practice and why different options may be picked.
Thursday, 23 June 2022
Speaker/s: Sonya Yu
Urothelial carcinoma (AKA transitional cell carcinoma) is usually not diagnosed until it is advanced.
Monday, 04 July 2022
Speaker/s: Lisa Partel
Critical, high intensity patients can appear quite daunting to look after. They need constant monitoring; you need to think in your feet and be able to adapt and change treatment plans at short notice. The aim of this session is to delve into some of the disease processes that occur in these patients, look at treatment plans and goals including what medication arsenal is at the care team’s disposal. We will also talk about nursing care, what we can do to make the patient more comfortable and the importance of monitoring of trends in patient parameters. By the end of this session, you should feel more confident to nurse these unstable patients while in hospital.
Thursday, 28 July 2022
Speaker/s: Andrea Harvey
In the 21st century, our patients should have better welfare than ever thanks to advances in veterinary medicine: our knowledge of disease, new and improved diagnostic tests, advanced imaging modalities and targeted treatments.
Monday, 01 August 2022
Speaker/s: Lorraine Van Orsouw
We have so many points of direct interaction with our patients in the clinic – each one an opportunity to shape their perception and emotional responses on future visits. There are a host of things we can do to make their experience as positive as possible.
Monday, 05 September 2022
Following on from our last webinar, veterinary nurse and educator Lorraine Van Orsouw, turns her attention to our feline clients.
Monday, 03 October 2022
Speaker/s: Mayara de Moura
The aging process is natural in all animals and we do perceive a lot of the physical changes our pets go through. They gradually “slow down”, spend more time in bed, seem to have “stiff joints” when getting up from a laying position and can present many other “geriatric” symptoms - not only musculoskeletal, but linked to other systems too.
Monday, 07 November 2022
Speaker/s: Tania Bishop & Nicole De Fina
Veterinary staff are critical to the success of wildlife rehabilitation and do an extraordinary amount of work for the wildlife sector.
Monday, 05 December 2022
Within a clinic, veterinary nurses are usually responsible for receiving inbound wildlife patients and their ability to provide immediate, efficient first aid and stress reduction so often makes all the difference between life and death for many of our orphaned and injured wildlife.