Online Conference Neurology and Ophthalmology October 2024

October 5-7, 2024

Neurology – Dr. Martin Young
Ophthalmology - Dr. Terah Webb

This is an on-line CE conference, that is RACE approved as live interactive, featuring Dr. Martin Young and Dr. Terah Webb We offer this CE using the NEW VetVacationCE APP. You can earn up to 15 hours of CE with your participation in our Vet Vacation conference. Conference classes will be held  following the same schedule as the live event in ZION NATIONAL PARK!

Early Bird:  All three days $429 and One day $189. 5 CE hours per day before September 14th then pricing will increase to $499 and $219.

Individual CE certificates will be available through the APP at the end of the meeting.

October 5, 2024
12:30-1pm MT VIRTUAL doors open!
12:30-1pm REGISTRATION: Sign In and Pick a Seat! Mukuntuweap Room
1-2:15 pm Ophthalmic Examination Techniques & Tips
2:25–3:15pm Adnexal Disease in Small Animals
3:15-3:45pm BREAK
3:45-5pm The Neurologic Exam Part 1
5:10-6pm The Neurologic Exam Part 2

October 6, 2024
7:30-8am MT VIRTUAL Doors open!
8-8:50am Ocular Emergencies 101
9-9:50am When the Pressure is On: Glaucoma
10-10:50am Dry Eye: It’s Not About the Schirmer Tear Test
10:50-11:10am BREAK AND SNACK
11:10–12noon Brain Tumors Signs and Management
12:10-1pm Head Trauma and the Current Literature

October 7, 2024
7:30-8am MT VIRTUAL Doors open!
8-8:50am Disk Disease and the Current Literature
9-9:50am Canine Seizures
10-10:50am Feline Seizures
10:50-11:10am BREAK AND SNACK
11:10–12noon Ophthalmic Surgery in General Practice
12:10-1pm Ulcers: to Grid or Not to Grid, That is the Question



Online Veterinary Conference:  Earn 15 Hours of Virtual Live Interactive Continuing Education!! Dr. Martin Young and Dr. Terah Webb are experts in the field of Neurology and Ophthalmology! Topics and biographies are below.

The virtual video and audio webinar platform allows for the following:

  • The speaker’s slide presentation will be on your device screen.
  • You will hear the speaker audio.
  • You will be able to raise your hand to ask questions and get rapid response answers.
  • We will make this as interactive as possible.
  • We will send you a link to access the conference.
  • A digital CE certificate of completion will be available by scanning the QR code at the conclusion of each day with the VetVacationCE APP.

Prior to the conference, we will email you the notes and links to the event.

VetVacationCE registration for this Live Interactive Veterinary Conference is $429 for the 3 day conference or $189 per day. Each day is 5 hours of CE until September 14th then rates will increase to $499 and $219.

You can view our other Online Veterinary Conferences here

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Benefits to Online Live Interactive Veterinary Conferences are:

  • Ability to select from a variety of topics led by world renowned specialists
  • Learn from a safe comfortable environment of your choice
  • Access the best educators in the world
  • Lower fees
  • Replays available upon request
  • Increase your skill level
  • Stay up to date on new treatments and standards of care within the profession
  • No need to travel – lower your carbon footprint

Whether you decide to learn with us in person or online, we guarantee an enjoyable learning experience with VetVacationCE.

Additional information

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October 5 – 7 (3 days) $429, October 5 only $189, October 6 only $189, October 7 only $189


Martin Young DVM,MS DACVIM (Neurology)

Dr. Young obtained a Masters in Anatomy and Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Colorado State University in 2004.  Following graduation, he practiced mixed animal medicine North of Colorado Springs for 3 years.  Dr. Young's general rotating internship was with VCA SouthPaws Veterinary Specialists and Emergency Center, just outside of Washington D.C., followed by residency in private practice with Bush Veterinary Neurology Service in Leesburg, Virginia.  Dr. Young has been a staff neurologist for the past 9 years with BVNS in Richmond, Virginia. His main area of interest is neurosurgical oncology, and he is actively involved in research to improve intra-operative tumor visualization which includes; pharmacological advancements for visualization, intraoperative ultrasound and advanced lighting options.  He has also developed veterinary specific surgical equipment for use in hydrocephalus and craniotomies. Every year, Dr. Young attends the Subcortical Surgery Group Conference in order to collaborate with neurosurgeons to help treat neurological conditions in both humans and animals. Publications and lectures have included local, state and medical school forums covering topics of surgery, seizures, infection and comparative pathology, and neuro-oncology.

Presentation Synopsis

1. Brain Tumors Signs and Management
2. Head Trauma and the Current Literature
3. Disk Disease and the Current Literature
4/5. The Neurologic Exam Part 1 and 2
5/6. Feline and Canine Seizures
7. Meningoencephalitis
8. The Spinal Cord, When It's Not a Disk


Dr. Terah Webb, DVM, DCVO

Terah Webb, DVM, DACVO, is a Veterinary Ophthalmologist at MedVet Columbus as well as the Pharmacy Committee Chair for all MedVet locations. She has been a part of the ophthalmology team since 2003. Dr. Webb attended The College of Wooster where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1998 and The Ohio State University where she earned a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 2002. Following her graduation from veterinary school, Dr. Webb completed a yearlong internship in small animal medicine and surgery at Carolina Veterinary Specialists and a three-year Residency in ophthalmology at MedVet Columbus and The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine.  Since becoming a board-certified in 2006, Dr. Webb helped pioneer endolaser cyclophotocoagulation glaucoma surgery for dogs and cats.  Dr. Webb’s work has been widely published in peer-reviewed journals, including the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Veterinary Ophthalmology, and Molecular Vision. She has also served as a principal investigator in several clinical trials, including a novel therapy to prevent diabetic cataracts. An active advocate of continuing education for veterinary professionals, she has lectured on various small animal ophthalmology topics both regionally and nationally.  Her goal with each lecture to general practitioners is to make ophthalmic disease easy to understand and help them walk away with "pearls" for their own daily practice.

Presentation Synopsis

1. Ophthalmic Examination Techniques & Tips
2. Adnexal Disease in Small Animals
3. Ocular Emergencies 101
4. When the Pressure is On: Glaucoma
5. Dry Eye: It’s Not About the Schirmer Tear Test
6. Ophthalmic Surgery in General Practice
7. Ulcers: to grid or not to grid, that is the question
8. Enucleation: Indications, Techniques & Tips