Peru Multi Sport Veterinary CE
Hiking the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is a true classic that should be on every adventurer’s “to-do” list. Exploring ancient paths and ruins in this spectacular setting will send shivers down your spine. This haunting fortress city nestled below stunning peaks is the greatest mystery of the Inca Empire. Beautiful Andean scenery, as well as cultural history, unfold as we hike up and down steep stone staircases past ancient Inca outposts. Your Peruvian porters will carry all of your gear and even set up your tent for you so you can enjoy this stunning trek. Your guide will explain the fascinating natural history along the trail, and the expert cooking staff will prepare and serve delicious meals.
The Amazon Jungle is a wildlife treasure, and is not to be missed by nature lovers. You’ll fly from Cuzco to Puerto Maldonado, where a dugout motor canoe will transport you downriver to the fantastic, Reserva Amazonica Lodge, where you’ll stay 2 nights. Naturalists will take you on walks and boat trips to explore some of the natural wonders of the area, including the Madre de Dios River, Monkey Island, and Lake Sandoval.
18 Hours of CE credits available for this course
Dr. Marie Holowaychuk will present 18 CE hours on “managing common emergencies in your practice”
Marie Holowaychuk D.V.M.
Critical Care Vet Consulting
Calgary, AB Canada
Dr. Marie Holowaychuk is a specialist in emergency and critical care who is an accomplished speaker, consultant, researcher, and locum. She grew up in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada and after two years of pre-veterinary medicine at the University of Alberta, she entered veterinary school at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Saskatchewan. She received her DVM degree in 2004 and then completed a year-long rotating internship in small animal medicine and surgery at Washington State University. Thereafter, she completed a 3-year small animal emergency and critical care residency at North Carolina State University. After becoming board certified in 2008, she accepted a faculty position at the Ontario Veterinary College. She was Assistant Professor of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine at the University of Guelph until 2013, after which she moved to Calgary, Alberta.
Dr. Holowaychuk has been primary or co-author of over 20 manuscripts published in peer-reviewed journals and has spoken at the International Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society meeting and American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine forum, in addition to various general practitioner and veterinary technician continuing education programs. She helped train ten emergency and critical care residents and mentored interns, graduate students, and veterinary students in clinical research, facilitating their co-authorship on veterinary publications. When she is not working, she enjoys practicing yoga, running, and hiking with her standard poodle.