The Princioples in Equine Fracture Management course will bring together the latest information and technique innovations on the internal fixation of equine fractures. Starting with the biologic and biomechanical properties of the internal fixation methods, the groundwork will be laid for understanding the concepts and techniques of internal fixation in equine surgery. Familiarity with the mot current instrumentation will be estabished along with the step-by-step surgical technique review.
Veterinary Surgeons/Professionals content
ACVS coordinates laboratories several times a year at facilities around the U.S. Past topics have included Small Animal Minimally Invasive Surgery and Veterinary Interventional Radiology. Laboratories will be added to this page as they are announced.
Laboratories are also offered each year at the ACVS Surgery Summit.
The ACVS recognizes that many of its members have achieved, or may wish to achieve, a level of expertise in a specific field (e.g., Minimally Invasive Surgery, Surgical Oncology). This expertise allows ACVS Diplomates to interact with other surgeons, related non-surgical experts and the lay community in such a way as to provide a leadership role in matters pertaining to surgery in their focused field.
The following tools are available to ACVS Diplomates to help promote their Diplomate status and educate the public and referring veterinarians about the value of working with a board-certified surgeon.
ACVS Veterinary Surgeon Logo
The “ACVS Veterinary Surgeon” logo is available to ACVS Diplomates for use on professional business cards, letterhead, website and advertisements. In all cases, the ACVS Veterinary Surgeon logo must be located immediately adjacent to the name of the Diplomate.
Following the February 2019 Examination, there are approximately 2,119 board-certified veterinary surgeons.
Membership in the ACVS is limited to those individuals who have achieved board certification from the ACVS. Requirements for admission to the College can be found in the ACVS Constitution & Bylaws.
The members of the College are referred to as:
Two examinations are required for ACVS certification: the Phase I Surgical Knowledge Examination and Phase II Surgical Competency Examination.
Supporting Innovative Educational and Research Opportunities!
The mission of the ACVS Foundation is to support the advancement of surgical care of all animals. As an independently-chartered nonprofit philanthropic organization, the ACVS Foundation is devoted to the advancement of surgical care of all animals through funding of educational and research opportunities for veterinary surgical residents and board certified veterinary surgeons.