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Content Updated: Anesthetic and Obstetric Procedures in Cattle

Food Animal Medicine

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2021 Bootcamp in Physiology Scheduled for September and Pharmacology in December/January


The popular "Approach to Physiology" is planned for September 2021. The physiology bootcamp will this year focus on gastrointestinal physiology as an example system topic, with a focus on how to approach truly understanding physiological concepts.   The Approach to Pharmacology" Bootcampsare both planned for the December/January holiday break.  The content of the 2020 Bootcamp is still available for registration. The 2021 pharmacology bootcamp will address general pharmacological principles and this year, focus on rational antimicrobial therapy as example content.  As always, case discussions will be included to reinforce the importance and relevance of content and allow practice in clinical reasoning using pharmacological concepts.

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An “Attentional” Crisis?

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After COVID: Cope and Kalantzis Discuss the Future of Higher Ed

COVID Plenary

Focus on Higher Order Thinking

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