Thu, Apr 22 | Online Event

NC Veterinary Pain Short Course

NC State College of Veterinary Medicine is proud to host the sixth international Veterinary Pain Short Course on pain, pain mechanisms and novel therapies in veterinary medicine.
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Time & Location

Apr 22, 11:00 AM EDT – Apr 24, 2:30 PM EDT
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About The Event

NC State College of Veterinary Medicine is proud to host the sixth international  Veterinary Pain Short Course on pain, pain mechanisms and novel therapies in veterinary medicine. This years program has gone virtual. This meeting is unique in veterinary medicine for its emphasis upon  fundamental (basic) principles and mechanisms of pain as they pertain to  the veterinary patient.

Pain in the veterinary patient is a rich and complex phenomenon. The  development of therapeutics to manage that pain state has been a subject  of great interest, and advances in therapeutics reflects upon the  growth in our understanding of the basic mechanisms in pain processing.

Interest in pain and its management is a natural focus of the  veterinary profession as mandated by the AVMA and the standards set by  the AAHA/AAFP and practiced by the International Veterinary Association  for Pain Management (IVAPM).

Vet Pain is unique for a detailed emphasis upon fundamental  principles and mechanisms of pain as they pertain to the veterinary  patient.

Course consists of lectures with comprehensive lecture handouts and representative papers

This FREE program has been approved for 8.5  hours of continuing education credit in jurisdictions that recognize RACE approval.

Target Audience

This course was designed for veterinarians and animal researchers  interested in the study of pain in animals and humans and for  pharmaceutical researchers and companies interested in the  development of veterinary analgesics.

More information and registration.

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