The primary objective of this course is to enhance your ethical literacy. We will identify resources to support clinical ethical decision-making; compare and contrast legal and ethical duties; and review case scenarios to help inform strategies for problem solving that decrease moral stress and improve the well-being of veterinary professionals and their patients. This course has been approved for 4 hours of continuing education credit in jurisdictions that recognize RACE and VHMA approval.
I highly recommend the Veterinary Medical Ethics course. I found the course to be educational and thought provoking. Participation will help the student to better understand and cope with the ethical/moral stress inherent in veterinary practice, thereby leading to increased job satisfaction. This is a course that will benefit veterinarians at all stages of their careers.
-Ted Cohn, DVM, Past President, American Veterinary Medical Association
Dr. Sarah Babcock is a licensed veterinarian and attorney. She provides both online and live continuing education to help her colleagues fulfill their lifelong obligation to the continual improvement of professional knowledge and competence, as well as satisfy state licensing requirements.
Her active engagement in professional associations, academia, and small animal medicine helps to ensure that the courses offered are applicable to veterinary practice, reflect the needs of the profession, and encourage compliance with evolving veterinary medical law, ethics, and standards of care.
"This is an excellent course — definitely worth checking out!"
- John Doe, Co-Founder, Impressive Company