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Webinar: Can We RECOVER - Veterinary CPR 7-14-20
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Webinar: Can We RECOVER - Veterinary CPR 7-14-20

When: Live On: Tuesday, July 14, 2020
Where: Virtual Webinar
United States
Contact: 602-242-7936

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Webinar Session Details

Register to watch the recorded webinar "Can We RECOVER? - Veterinary CPR". After registering you will receive an emailed confirmation containing access information to view the webinar & instructions on completing a 3-question quiz to earn CE credit. 


Join us on Tuesday, July 14, 2020 from 6:00 - 7:00 pm for the AzVMA's Zoom Webinar, Can We RECOVER - Veterinary CPR

  • This session has been designed for veterinarians & veterinary staff.

Discussion Topics:

  • RECOVER Initiative findings & application
  • Mainstays of basic life support
  • Medications used for advanced life support
  • When & how to use defibrillation
  • Prognosis
  • Aftercare

Webinar Rates:

  • AzVMA Member: $25
  • Non-AzVMA Members: $45
  • VHCTAz Member & Students: $10
  • Non-VHCTAz Member: $20

Important Webinar Information:

  • Approved for 1 CE hour by the Arizona Academy of Veterinary Practice (for veterinarians & technicians).
  • Note: CE credit will only be awarded to those who watch the entire webinar.
  • If unable to watch the interactive, live webinar you may earn CE credit by viewing the recorded webinar and completing a 3-question quiz. Instructions for the quiz will be provided via email from
  • Zoom TutorialJoining and participating in a webinar (attendee)


Katherine Smith, DVM, DACVECC

Dr. Katherine Smith grew up out west in Boise, Idaho. She went to Tulane University for her undergraduate education and Louisiana State University for her veterinary degree. Her internship was completed at the University of Georgia. She then chose to pursue her residency in a private practice setting at Cape Cod Veterinary Specialists in Massachusetts where she received advanced training in mechanical ventilation, surgical emergencies, and advanced monitoring of the critical patient. After finishing three years on the Cape, she moved to Nashville where she was a solo Criticalist at a private practice for two years and served as the director of the internship program.

Dr. Smith’s special interests include feline critical care, use of biomarkers for diagnostic and prognostic information, SIRS and sepsis, mechanical ventilation, cardiac and respiratory emergencies, pain management, and post-surgical critical care. Dr. Smith is board-certified by the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care.



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Cancellation Policy: Cancellations received before 7-10-20 will receive refunds in full. No-shows or cancellations received after 7-10-20 will be charged the full amount.