Maddie's InstituteSM is proud to offer continuing education for veterinary professionals through our RACE approved webcasts (live and on-demand).
The Registry of Approved Continuing Education (RACE) is one of the four key programs provided by the American Association of Veterinary State Boards (AAVSB). The purpose of the RACE program is to develop and apply uniform standards related to providers and programs of continuing education in veterinary medicine.
RACE-approved continuing veterinary education (CE) consists of educational activities that serve to maintain, develop or increase the knowledge, skills and professional performance and relationships that a veterinary professional uses to provide services for patients, the public or the profession.
- The Best Medicine: Playing with Shelter Dogs
- Treating the Treatables: Saving Lives Through Medical Protocols, Foster Care and Proactive Thinking
- How Animal Shelters Can Treat and Prevent Heartworm in Dogs
- Evolving Strategies for Treating and Preventing Parvo in Shelter Dogs
- Critical Care of the Sick Neonatal Kitten
- Everything Shelters Need to Know About Canine Distemper
- Helping Cats Who Hiss and Hide: Assessment, Behavior Modification and Re-Homing Strategies
- The Dollars and Sense of Sheltering: A Tool for Financially Evaluating Your Shelter's Programs
- Making the Case for a Paradigm Shift in Community Cat Management, Part One
- Update on FIV: What Every Shelter Needs to Know
- Cracking the Infection Control Code: Using and Interpreting Diagnostic Tests to Control Infectious Diseases in Shelters
- Shelter Dog Mod Squad: Identifying and Modifying Canine Behavior Problems in Shelters
- Fixing the Feline Housing Crisis: How Shelter Housing Can Make Cats Sick - And What You Can Do About It