Shelter/rescue staff and volunteers have an opportunity to take advantage of many online educational options -- mostly free -- for the animal welfare community.
The ABVP Symposium is open to veterinarians, veterinary residents, veterinary technicians, and students, and offers 23 hours of attainable CE per person.
The condition known as compassion fatigue has been increasingly identified as a threat to the well-being, health, and even lives of people who work with animals.
Update: Just like last year, this year’s event has sold out! Last year’s CE training to help veterinarians move into animal shelter leadership roles was a sold-out success. This year, the Maddie’s Shelter Medicine Program at the University of Florida and Emancipet are teaming up to…
UPDATE: The Surgeons to Leaders workshop has sold out. Please contact us to be placed on a waiting list and to learn about the next time this workshop will be offered.
UF's shelter medicine program is unique in the country, thanks to ongoing support from Maddie's Fund.
Nearly 200 shelter medicine veterinarians and shelter leaders descended on Orlando, Florida to explore innovative ideas and practical solutions for helping shelter animals.
At the July meeting of the Florida Association of Animal Welfare Organizations, Maddie's Shelter Medicine Program Director Dr. Julie Levy presented a seminar series: All About Cats.
You can now earn Maddie’s® Graduate Certificate in Shelter Medicine entirely online. Please click below to learn more about the courses and scholarship opportunities that are available for you.
From an exploration of the psychology of hoarding to processing simulated crime scenes, Maddie's Veterinary Forensics Conference provided a wealth of insights and practical tools.