2017 CSU Equine Symposium: Emergency and Trauma

2017 CSU Equine Symposium: Emergency and Trauma

2017 CSU Equine Symposium: Emergency and Trauma

Join us for the 6th Annual CSU Equine Symposium hosted by the CSU Student Chapter of the American Association of Equine Practitioners! This year's symposium will focus on EQUINE EMERGENCY AND TRAUMA. We are very excited to announce that Dr. JOHN MADIGAN, DVM, MS will be our keynote speaker and wetlab director.

Participants will arrive Friday for a tour of the James L. Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital, followed by a tour of a local brewery and cocktail hour with students, faculty, veterinarians and technicians from all across the country.

Saturday will kick off with lectures followed by an exciting wet lab for those that registered in advance. In the evening we will be meeting for drinks and heavy hors d’oeuvres before splitting into small groups at various restaurants in Old Town, Fort Collins.

Sunday will be full of more exciting lectures!

- Wound Care and Burn Management
- Respiratory Emergencies
- Veterinary Integration into Multi-Agency Response
- Fracture Stabilization
- Therapeutics for Equine Emergency Response

WETLAB: (only 30 spots available - first come, first served basis)
Track One:
- Emergency Tracheostomy
- Emergency Response Management Scenarios
- Sleds, Emergency Halters, Slings and Large Animal Lifts.
Track Two:
- Interactive Case Discussions
- Emergency Tracheostomy
- Laceration Repair

 Veterinarian Participant:
Early Registration – $175, Regular – $200
 Veterinarian Technician Participant:
Early Registration – $150, Regular – $175
 EmergencyRespondersParticipant:
Early Registration – $125, Regular – $150
 Veterinarian Student Participant:
Early Registration – $30, Regular – $50
 Technical Student Participant:
Early Registration – $30, Regular – $50
Saturday's Wetlab (for Veterinarians and Technicians): $100


CSU Equine Symposium is pending approval for 12 CE CREDITS for veterinarians and veterinary technicians in Colorado. Out of state attendees should contact their state veterinary board to determine if credit will be accepted for use towards licensure requirements. Any questions regarding continuing education credits may be directed to Audrey Carlson at a.carlson02@yahoo.com

All proceeds will go towards the club to further the education of CSU PVM SCAAEP Club Members.

If you have any other requests, topic ideas, or want additional information, please email csuequinesymposium@gmail.com!

Register online today! https://csu-scaaep.com/symposium/