Early Registration for CSU SCAAEP Equine Symposium Closes Soon

Our sixth annual Equine Symposium will be held on February 3-5, 2017. This year’s event will focus on Emergency and Trauma, featuring Dr. John Madigan. We will have a variety of topics covered in lecture including Approaches to Fire Emergencies, the Recumbent Patient, Wound Care and Burn Management, Respiratory Emergencies, Veterinary Integration into Multi-Agency Response, Fracture Stabilization and Therapeutics for Equine Emergency Response. 

We will be offering two tracks for our wetlab. The first track will be filled on a first come, first serve basis and will include: tracheostomy, emergency response management scenarios, sleds and emergency halters as well as slings and large animal lifts. The second track will include interactive case discussions, tracheostomy and laceration repair.

All of this adds up to twelve Continuing Education credits. All proceeds will go back to our students in the form of scholarships!

In addition to these educational activities, we invite all of our attendees to join us for tours of Fort Collins Brewery on Friday evening as well as a social at Mainline Ale House on Saturday night.

Registration for veterinarians and technicians is only $175 and can be found here

Early registration will close on January 1st, 2017.

We look forward to seeing you there!


Your CSU SCAAEP Officer Team

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