University of Missouri’s Veterinary Education and Training (VET) ECHO will improve livestock medicine by supporting veterinarians throughout the state. A team of specialists will offer interactive online learning sessions to create a collaborative and inclusive community that enhances outcomes for producers. The new ECHO’s expert team will consult with practitioners from 12 to 1 p.m. the second Tuesday of each month, beginning March 9. Register at https://showmeecho.org/.
VET ECHO’s expert team includes leading university scientists and educators, extension officials and others. They will share evidence-based knowledge and facilitate collegial consultation on herd health and individual livestock animal health concerns. VET ECHO offers free continuing education credit and is provided at no cost to participating sites and individuals. Veterinarians, technicians and students are encouraged to apply.
MU is a global leader for ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes). About 6,000 Missouri providers in health, education and other professions in 112 counties have participated in Show-Me ECHO. Register and learn more at https://showmeecho.org/.