About This Course:
This course is intended as a general review of nuclear medicine. It will include: reviews of the basic principles of nuclear medicine and image processing, common nuclear medicine imaging procedures, interpretative principles and case examples. The course will focus on small animal nuclear medicine, with a brief review of equine nuclear medicine (specifically, bone scintigraphy). The course is targeted towards radiology residents, with a focus on ACVR board objectives. A minimum of 30 participants is required; if this minimum number is not reached by February 18th, 2017, the course will be cancelled and individuals already registered will be notified and issued a refund. (NOTE: minimum has been met as of 2/9/17) The course will be limited to a maximum number of 40 participants, to ensure optimal environment during lab session.
Your registration fee of $600 includes:
- Lecture presentations
- Case interpretation sessions
- Three-ring notebook with printed slides
- USB Drive: lectures, case examples & handouts
- Two breakfasts
- Three buffet lunches
- One dinner
- Refreshment breaks
This course provides 18 contact hours of veterinary continuing education for successful completion of the course.
Financial Aid may be available for this course. For private student loan information, visit the website at: register.cpe.vt.eduFor More Information Contact:
For further information about course content, please contact Dr. Gregory Daniel, Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA 24061 at GDaniel@vt.edu or 540-231-7288.
For information on registration and accommodation, please contact the meeting manager, Michelle Kovac at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will use the Textbook of Veterinary Nuclear Medicine as a reference; this can be ordered directly from the ACVR (cost: $100): www.acvr.org
In the United States today, there are many opportunities for Continuing Education for Veterinarians and Veterinary Technicians. The faculty at the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine are dedicated to delivering the most in-depth and personal educational experience possible. While there are other less expensive programs that can meet one's Continuing Education requirements, we make a point of limiting our courses to small groups so that each participant receives personal instruction from our faculty instructors.