Veterinary Medical Records
This course is available for 2 weeks from your signup date
Harmon Rogers DVM DABVP
Clinical Associate Professor
2 lectures, 2 CE credits
|NOTE: It is the
responsibility of each participant to
determine if online courses are accepted for
CE credit by their State Licensing Board.
Overview of Veterinary Medical Records,
Washington State Regulatory Codes,
Agricultural Animal Records, Small Animal
Records, Source-Oriented, Problem-Oriented
Records, Standards for Records.
Instructions for signup
Click on the "Signup" link. Complete the form with your registration
information. Your login name will be your email address. You will select your
own password. If paying online by credit card, the course will be available upon
completion of payment. If paying by check, when payment has been received, your
account will be activated and you will be notified.
Course fee = $100 (2 lectures) Payment can be made by check payable to
Washington State University, College of Veterinary Medicine; or by credit
card (MasterCard or Visa).
How the course works
To use the course materials anytime during the open course period:
Click on the "Start course" link. As you work through the materials you
can make a "bookmark" or "favorite" in your browser to return to any page in
the instructional materials.
If you forget your password after your account has been activated, click
on the "Forgot my password" link.
You have control over when and how you will interact with the
instructional materials. Each of the topics is presented as voice -
Voice - annotated slides are comparable to what would be shown in a live
lecture. A slide containing text or a picture (or both) appears on the
screen. Each time you advance to the next slide you will hear the
instructor discussing the information on the slide. To use the voice
annotated slides, you must have speakers attached to your computer.
Please contact: email@example.com
We suggest that you test your computer's ability to
present the voice annotated lectures by playing any of the
The on-line courses use the Flash movie player. If your computer does not
have Flash installed you can obtain the player free-of-charge from the
Adobe Web Site.