Roo’s Upcoming Events in December 2023

Ross Zimmerman November 27, 2023 Upcoming Events Share

There’s nothing more important to us than the veterinary community, and here at Roo, we’re always looking to give back. That’s why we’re constantly hosting free CE events across the country and sponsoring even more CE opportunities through various local veterinary organizations. And you can find us at every vet conference under the sun! Stop by and say hi, we’re always looking to get to know amazing vets, techs, and practice managers!

Here’s where we’ll be in December 2023:  

CONFERENCE: Fetch Long Beach

Up to 17 CE credit hours

Event Details: 

  • Dates: Friday, December 1st – Sunday, December 3rd
  • Schedule and speakers
  • Location: Long Beach Convention Center
  • Address: 300 E. Ocean Blvd., Long Beach, CA 90802 
  • Booth #520
  • Registration

California vets and techs: need to get more CE hours before the end of the year? Now’s your chance! Hosted by DVM360, the Fetch Conference will be moving to Long Beach for the first time ever, offering 138 hours of CE to choose from and the chance to complete up to 17 hours of CE in one weekend, all approved by the AAVSB (RACE approval pending). 

CE: Chicago VMA

Topic: A Practical Approach to Clinical Neurology

Speaker: Devon Wallis Hague, DVM, DACVIM (Neurology)

6 CE credit hours

Event Details: 

  • Date: Wednesday, December 13th
  • Time: 8:00 AM – 3:30 PM 
  • Location: NIU Conference Center – Naperville
  • Address: 1120 E. Diehl Road, Naperville, IL 60563
  • Registration

Do neurology cases make you nervous, scared, or uncomfortable? Neurophobia is a well-described phenomenon in medicine describing the fear of basic and clinical neurology that can potentially lead to compromising the care of patients with neurologic diseases.

In this session, Dr. Hague will review how to get the most out of your neurologic examinations, focusing on tricks and tips for busy practitioners. She will guide you through a practical approach to neurolocalization, and you’ll work through case-based examples to practice neurolocalization skills and discuss presentations of common neurologic disease seen in practice. She’ll also go over pharmacologic and non-drug options for the management of seizures.

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