Meetings

Equine Imaging Course and Lab
April 20-22, 2018
Irving, TX

  • The Large Animal Diagnostic Imaging Society will be conducting an equine diagnostic imaging course and lab for residents, diplomates and post-trainees. The course will include image interpretation of all modalities and a hands-on ultrasound lab portion. Participants will be divided into groups based on experience level. The lab will be held in Irving, Texas at Animal Imaging April 20-22, 2018. The lab will have two separate components, with an ultrasound only day on Friday, April 20. Participants can register for all three days or can register for only the 2 days of radiography and advanced imaging (April 21 &22)
  • Registration fees are as follows:
    • All three days will be $450 for residents and $600 for post-trainees and diplomates. (April 20-22)
    • Registration for only the radiography and advanced imaging days (April 21, 22) will be $375 for residents and $500 for post-trainees and diplomates.
  • This will be RACE certified in order to provide CE credit. A minimum of 15 participants will be required to proceed with the lab. If this amount is not filled by March 15, the course will be canceled.
  • To register, please email Susan Willenbrock at [email protected]. For any questions regarding the lab content or structure, please email Myra Barrett at [email protected].
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 - See more at: http://www.cpe.vt.edu/numed/index.html#sthash.0d7R1a5C.dpuf
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 - See more at: http://www.cpe.vt.edu/numed/index.html#sthash.0d7R1a5C.dpuf

Upcoming ACVR Scientific Meetings

  • October 14-19, 2018 - Joint ACVR/IVRA Meeting, Omni Fort Worth Hotel, Fort Worth, TX. See ACVR/IVRA 2018.
  • October 30 – November 2, 2019 - ACVR Annual Scientific Meeting, Hilton Baltimore, Baltimore, MD.
Additional Meetings
  • Calendars - Ultrasound continuing education, additional imaging or radiation oncology meetings. Disclaimer: These events are not sponsored by or affiliated with the ACVR.
  • DVM Newsmagazine Calendar - General Veterinary Medical Continuing Education Courses.