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This course was created from a Zoom webinar. Contains dated content.
- 5 hours total.
- This course has five modules which can be completed at your own pace.
- While courses are at your own pace, the courses must be completed within the intended licensing period. Course completion is reported on date completed, not date purchased.
Completing the Course
5 online recorded sessions from Fall Conference including Clinical Alopecias in Small Animals, a Pathology Perspective; Major Pitfalls in Small Animal Fracture Repair and How to Avoid Them; Ferret Emergencies; Pathology Cases, a Fast Paced Potpourri; and A Review of the Practice Act. This version is for OKLAHOMA veterinarians, or those licensed in Oklahoma. The Review of the Practice Act may not be pertinent for DVMs licensed elsewhere and practicing out of state.
- This is an asynchronous, self-paced course. You will watch videos, engage in learning activities, and take quizzes.
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Course Notice: Non-credit courses and Continuing Education Units (CEs or CEUs) do not post to the Oklahoma State official transcript and do not count towards an academic record. CE students do not receive a University ID card and will not be granted access to University facilities such as recreation, transportation, and campus events.