Our Workshops are designed to provide specialized professional development in a live (often virtual) format with a keen focus on interaction and Q&A (as opposed to lecture only). Clinicians, pathologists and all others interested in the topics are invited to join! Space is limited for these events to facilitate discussion and live interaction with the pathologists. Our community-building efforts consist of Focus Forums and Social Events that will bring together clinicians and pathologists to share their perspectives, address challenges, promote solidarity and have fun.Our Strategic Business Forum series, developed in collaboration with New Work Revolution, consists of interactive and on-demand educational content, mastermind groups and networking opportunities to support entrepreneurship and leadership in the veterinary space.To inquire about institutional resident training rounds or personalized specialty skills development, please fill out our contact form.Recordings of the Workshop will be posted following the event and will be available to all who registered for either session by clicking “My Workshop Recordings.” One session on each topic will be posted as a Recorded Workshop for purchase and viewing after the event. Transition times for Recorded Workshops are currently delayed, but we are working to get this content updated  – stay tuned!

Workshops Open for Registration

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Focusing On The Lens: A Clear(er) Approach

June 09, 2023

Friday, June 9th, 2023

10 AM PST/ 1 PM EST   The lens is, quite literally, at the center of everything in the eye and yet it can be overlooked - or even avoided altogether - in a histopathology report. In this workshop, we will review some general features of the lens, some general responses and, most helpfully, some ways to approach how it most logically fits in to cases of different general pathogeneses.

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Wet Lab in Seattle: Bringing Urinalysis Back

June 24, 2023

When: Saturday, June 24, 2023 1 PM - 5 PM PST Hosted by: Dr. Laura Black Dr. Laura Black, DVM, DACVP (Clinical) leads the next installment of our urinalysis series, in which we'll go through the process of running a patient urinalysis with emphasis on QA/QC and incorporating the diagnostic back into the hospital routine. We'll also go over wet and dry mount identification. This will be a fun day, focused on making the hospital experience smoother for clients, better for patients, and more engaging for staff!

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How to Create a Smarter Customer

July 13, 2023

NEW DATE!! Thursday, July 13, 2023

11 AM PST/ 2 PM EST Hosted by: Brandon Allen, CEO of New Work Revolution FREE FOR MEMBERS!!
One of the most frustrating things about running a service business is the knowledge gap between the people who provide the service and the people who consume the service. This month's class will tackle some of the simple, yet powerful, things that you can do to bridge that knowledge gap.

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Approaching the Eye: Low Power Microscopy is High Power Pathology

July 21, 2023

Friday, July 21, 2023

10 AM PST/ 2 PM EST Hosted by: Chris Reilly, DVM, MAS, DACVP
There is SO much critical information that is gleaned from the very low magnification or subgross evaluation of a biopsied globe. In this workshop, we will review some of the key assessments to make at low magnification that will help organize your descriptive approach, clue you in to higher magnification lesions to look for, and generally demystify even the most gnarly looking ocular slides that might reach your microscope or screen - or certification exam!!

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