Exploring Access to Veterinary Care (EAVC)

Exploring Access to Veterinary Care (EAVC)

Course Description and CE Hours

person kneeling and holding the head of a large dog This interactive mini- course is intended for anyone on the veterinary-care team who wants to learn more about issues related to accessing veterinary care. The course includes 10 graded assignments on which a final score of 70% is required to pass and earn a Certificate of Completion.  2.5 Continuing Education (CE) hours are awarded upon successful completion of the mini-course.

Course Content

“Everything from the webcast to the assignments kept me engaged the way everything was presented had me locked from the very first word! Being able to apply the modules content to real world examples helped me retain the information I learned.

-Random Howard, recent student

Disparities in access to veterinary care negatively affect the human-animal bond and the practice of veterinary medicine. This mini-course introduces some of the barriers to veterinary care that families with pets experience across the socioeconomic spectrum.  The goal of this course is to raise your awareness of the issues and present some possible solutions that you can take forward into your professional practice. The content is delivered in 5 modules that will help you explore how to improve community health by decreasing barriers to veterinary care. For more detail, view the course syllabus here:  SYLLABUS 

Cost of Course and Enrollment

The mini-course costs $45.  Once enrolled, you will have 30 days to access the lessons.

Click here to Enroll in Exploring Access to Veterinary Care EAVC for 2.5 CE credits

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