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Virtual Wednesday Round Tables

Join us twice a month on Wednesdays for these interactive round table sessions, led by subject matter experts, covering both clinical and non-clinical subjects.  Pre-registration required -- just click the link! No CE credit offered. Round Tables will be held on Zoom.

If you are unable to attend the live Round Table, each session will be made available on demand (please allow 48 hours after the original live date).

Below are the scheduled Round Tables. Registration links will be made available soon. Additional sessions will be added as they are confirmed, so please check back often! To view the 2021 Round Tables, click here.

July 13, 8:00 p.m.: When to Recommend ET and ICSI       

August 10, 8:00 p.m.: Endocrine Disease

August 24, 8:00 p.m.: Professional Conduct and Ethics Committee

September 14, 8:00 p.m.: Tips and Tricks for Ambulatory Practice

October 12, 8:00 p.m.: Infectious Disease Committee    



Laminitis (Recorded 3/9/22)
Watch on demand here.

Sponsored by CareCredit.

Join moderator Dr. Raul Bras and his panel of experts -- Drs. Andrew van Eps and Jaret Pullen, and farrier Travis Burns -- as they hold a wide-ranging discussion on laminitis: current research, the farrier’s role in laminitis care, and daily practical approaches for the practitioner.

Raul Bras
Andrew van Eps
Jarrett Pullen
Travis Burns


Keeping Equine Practitioners in Equine Practice (Recorded 3/23/22)
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Sponsored by CareCredit.

Each year, many horse doctors leave equine practice for companion animal positions offering higher pay, fewer hours and no emergency duty. Join Dr. Amy Grice and her panel of present and former equine veterinarians for a discussion of how to change equine practice in meaningful ways to keep horse doctors where they always dreamed of spending their careers.

Stacey Cordivano
Caitlin Daly
Jennifer Madera
Tracy Norman
Kelly Zeytoonian


The Use of Non-Antibiotic Anti-Microbials in Breeding and Mare Management (Recorded 4/13/22)
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Sponsored by Boehringer Ingelheim.

Join Dr. Maria Schnobrich and her panel of experts, Drs. Ryan Ferris and Karen Von Dollen, as they bring you the latest on the use of non-antibiotic anti-microbials in breeding and mare management.

Mariah Schnobrich
Ryan Ferris
Karen Von Dollen


Student wants and needs in equine veterinary internships (Recorded 4/27/22)
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Sponsored by Boehringer Ingelheim.      

Join Dr. Will French and his panel of members of the newly-formed AAEP Internship Task Force as they explore student-centric best practices and new opportunities in equine veterinary internships. 

Will French
Sarah Reuss
Jesse Tyma
Michelle M. Henry Barton
Jackie Christakos


Horse Handling Techniques for Improved Patient Care and Practitioner Safety (Recorded 5/11/22)
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Sponsored by CareCredit.

Managing equine behavior during veterinary care is critical for successful patient outcomes and your personal safety. Stacie G. Boswell, DVM, DACVS-LA will present Fear Free® core concepts and tips and tricks for use in equine practice. The program’s goal is to reduce the fear, anxiety, and stress that equine patients often feel during veterinary procedures. These principles help reduce injuries to veterinary staff, improve the health and wellbeing of patients, and help earn your clients’ lasting trust and commitment.

Stacie G. Boswell


Three Laws of Financial Planning (Recorded 5/25/22)
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Sponsored by CareCredit.

The presentation will focus on educating attendees on the critical aspects of one’s personal financial plan. All attendees will receive a “DIY” excel template that they can use to create a simple and accountable personal plan. The panelists will reference this template through out the presentation. At the conclusion of the presentation, participants will have a clear philosophy surrounding their wealth and be able to implement some simple, practical steps to begin to better steward their wealth.

John Chalk
Morgan Webb


Rehabilitation: At a Facility vs. at Home (Recorded 6/8/2022)
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Sponsored by Boerhinger Ingelheim.

Among the considerations when forming a plan to restore horses to their previous level of fitness and function is whether to rehabilitate at an equine-specific rehabilitation center or at home.

Learn how to decide which rehabilitation experience may be best for your patients by joining equine sports medicine and rehabilitation experts Drs. Steve Adair and Katie Sisk for a discussion of the advantages and disadvantages of each, including practical interventions that may be performed in an at-home session.


Innovative Models for Emergency Coverage (Recorded 6/22/2022)
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Sponsored by Boehringer Ingelheim.

Emergency coverage currently is one of equine practice’s chief pain points, but innovative solutions are emerging which allow equine veterinarians to enjoy regularly scheduled time off while successfully ensuring 24/7 client care.
Join Drs. Kerry and James Beckman, Dr. Liz Fish and Dr. Mark Fitch to learn how creating an emergency-only practice, providing veterinary care as a relief veterinarian, and forming an emergency cooperative offer new options for the old model of after-hours care.

Kerry Beckman, DVM
James Beckman, DVM
Liz Fish, DVM
Mark Fitch, DVM

Event Information

March-October 2022



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