Why In the World Would You Attend?
When is This Happening? Is This RACE Approved CE?
We have two-weekend RACE approved events where you can earn up to 24 hours of RACE Approved CE. You can earn 12 CE hours each weekend. Or if you like a good deal you can sign up for both save some money and earn 24 CE hours.
The first weekend is dedicated to practice management. The virtual event for management was held on May 16-17, 2020. If you missed it, you can still watch it on-demand! If you purchased both events you can watch medicine live and practice management on-demand and still earn RACE approved CE!
The second event is dedicated to medicine. The virtual event for medicine will be held on May 23-24, 2020 starting at 8 am both days. Register today before it's too late!
As you are likely well-aware, pretty much all live CE events have been canceled for the upcoming future, from all across the world, naturally leading to concern from a lot of veterinary professionals about how they can earn the continuing education credits they need.
We wanted to step in and create this event to help veterinary professionals get through this tough time from the safety and comfort of their homes, by bringing the opportunity to earn those credits and more directly to them.
This is more than a video conference. For one thing, as a live event, it will be treated as live CE credits and not just a video series.
During these lively events all of our speakers will have their cameras ON to give you the effect of watching them LIVE in-person.
While we will be all tuning in from the comfort of our homes (and possibly, our pajamas), we want this event to be more than just a web-conference. NoodleU is going to be engaging and interactive, and anything but one-sided.
What Do Noodles Have to Do With Veterinary Medicine?
To “noodle on” something means to think about it, to spend time considering why it's important, how it impacts your world, how you can incorporate it into your practice, toss around ideas and punch holes in those ideas until they’re perfected!
That's what we want to do here, with live Q&As built into our events to ensure that you get the most out of your experience. There’s time to take the courses you want, and you’ll have access to watching anything you missed (or even the same courses you took the first time around) again and again. Deal or noodle?
Conference and Chill
We know this is a stressful time for a lot of us, so we want this conference to be as fun as possible. With top-notch speakers (known as “professors” of NoodleU) and two whole weekends of curated content, this is one series you seriously don’t want to miss.
With our lead professors being New York Times Bestseller and motivational speaker Suze Orman and palliative medicine educator and renowned speaker BJ Miller, moderated by our soon to be announced and hilariously funny special guest, you know that you can settle in for a weekend of learning that's not only informative and helpful, but engaging and entertaining, too.
We know a lot of us are tired of screen time, so we’ll do our best to split up the day with fun activities and stretches to make sure you don’t get fatigued. There will be times to stretch and exercise with a certified personal trainer if you’re interested, and even a virtual Happy Hour during one of our Q&A sessions.
Best of all, there’s no pressure to do it all at once. If you need a break (or to shake up your daily “rotini”), or want to revisit a particular class, “students” of the full conference will have access to all 24 hours of recorded NoodleU content and notes to revisit for a full year afterward.
Come for the live mediated courses and interactive ways to use your noodle and stay for the “pho” and games.
The “pastabilities'' are endless at NoodleU.