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FALL PURDUE VETERINARY MEDICINE

CONFERENCE

2013 PRELIMINARY

PROGRAM

Welcome!

Please join us for the Purdue Veterinary Medicine (PVM) 2013 Fall Conference. The annual conference is designed to provide Continuing Education (CE) for the entire veterinary team. General Continuing Education Sessions and the Exhibit Hall will be held in the Purdue Stewart Center. Additional Special Events and Workshops will be held at different sites on the Purdue West Lafayette Campus. Please check each program event for specific locations. For the most current schedule, newly added events, photos and descriptions of speaker sessions, please check the conference website regularly at www.vet.purdue.edu/fallconference.

CE Opportunities and Proof of Attendance

One (1) Continuing Education (CE) credit is offered for each 50 minute session of lecture. Attendees can earn up to 26 credits of Continuing Education at the PVM 2013 Fall Conference. It is your responsiblilty to document which sessions you attend and the number of hours you receive.

APHIS Accreditation Modules - New this Year!

We are offering USDA National Veterinary Accreditation modules during this year’s conference. Each module of supplemental training counts as one unit. Accreditation renewal requires the completion of any three units of APHIS approved supplemental training for Category I veterinarians and any six units for Category II veterinarians. These modules also count as one (1) CE unit for Indiana veterinarians. Practitioners from other states should check with their licensing board to determine if these modules will count for both accreditation and CE. The APHIS modules are highlighted in the program on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

Hospitality Rooms - New this Year!

Stewart Center rooms 202 & 206 are reserved throughout the conference as hospitality rooms for all attendees. Take a moment during the day to catch up on your email or avoid the campus lunch rush by signing up for a box lunch. Then relax with your friends in the café environment of the hospitality rooms.

Registration

Register online at www.vet.purdue.edu/fallconference or mail/fax the attached registration form. Early registration fees are available until August 26. After August 26, late registration fees apply. Registration will be located on the first floor of Stewart Center in the East Foyer and will be open 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, September 11 and Thursday, September 12. On Friday, September 13, registration will be in both Stewart Center and Lynn Hall from 7:00 a.m. to noon. Stop by registration to pick up your conference materials and name badge.

Conference Registration Options

Full Conference Registration (3 Days) provides: • All Wednesday, Thursday and Friday CE Sessions • Entrance to the Wednesday and Thursday Exhibit Hall • Complimentary refreshments Wed., Thur., Fri. • Thursday Medicine Mixer/Auction (no fee, but registration required) • Shuttle Service Single day registrations are also available. Additional fees may be required for special events and workshops. Please see each event for details.

Exhibit Hall

Exhibitors are a vital part of the PVM annual conference and our exhibitor companies want to talk to you. The Exhibit Hall in Stewart Center 214 & 218, complete with morning and afternoon refreshments will be open from 7:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, September 11 and Thursday, September 12. Visit the booths early to grab your Starbucks coffee and continental breakfast before CE sessions begin. Plan to visit all the Exhibitors frequently throughout the conference.

Proceedings

Proceedings will be available at no cost to conference registrants via the PVM Fall Conference website on September 1. A flash drive containing conference proceedings may also be purchased for $25.00.

Fall Conference Parking

When driving to Purdue’s West Lafayette Campus, please allow plenty of travel time for parking, busy campus streets and road construction. We encourage all conference attendees to take advantage of the free shuttle service provided Wednesday, Thursday and Friday to conference locations. More information about parking can be found at the Fall Conference website: www.vet.purdue.edu/fallconference/parking.

Mark Your Calendars

PVM 2014 Fall Conference - September 9-12, 2014

Conference Overview Tuesday, September 10, 2013

11:00 a.m. IAHF/PVM Golf Outing, Brunch, & Reception

Wednesday, September 11, 2013 7:30 a.m.-5:10 p.m. 11:45 a.m.-1:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m.

Concurrent CE Tracks for Vet Tech, Small Animal, and Aquatic Animal IVTA Luncheon Awards Celebration (New Day)

Thursday, September 12, 2013

7:30 a.m.-5:10 p.m. Concurrent CE Tracks for Vet Tech Specialties, Food Animal, Small Animal and Professional Development 11:45 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Dean’s Club Luncheon 4:20 p.m.-5:10 p.m. Dr. Jack & Naomi Stockton Lecture 5:30 p.m. Medicine Mixer & Auction (New Day) 8:00 p.m. Reunion Class Gatherings

Friday, September 13, 2013 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. 8:30 a.m.-2:00 p.m. 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m.

Shelter Medicine Homeland Security Workshop Equine Track (New Day) Pet Birds Vet Tech Specialty Workshops Cytology Workshop for DVMs Class of 1963 Dinner

8:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m.

Dr. Skip Jackson Dog Jog Football Tailgate Purdue vs. Notre Dame Football Game

Saturday, September 14, 2013

Special Events Descriptions IAHF/PVM Golf Outing

Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2013 Join us for a fun and exciting round of golf prior to the start of the Purdue Veterinary Medicine Fall Conference! The golf outing will be held at the Purdue Ackerman Hills Course and is coordinated by the Indiana Animal Health Foundation and Purdue Veterinary Medicine. All funds raised will be used for scholarships and the support of student activities. Please register at this website http://vet.purdue.edu/2013fallconference/golf.php or mail in the attached form.

Indiana Veterinary Technicians Association (IVTA) Luncheon Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2013 In addition to the annual business meeting, this year’s IVTA luncheon will offer a 1 CE lecture by Theresa Shuck, RVT from Indiana State Board of Animal Health, who will speak on “Disaster Preparedness: How Can I Help as an RVT?” The luncheon will begin at 11:45 a.m. in the PMU West Faculty Lounge.

Awards Celebration

Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2013 Join us for a delightful evening as we honor the College’s distinguished alumni and educators. A cocktail hour will begin at 5:30 p.m. with dinner at 6:30 p.m. in the Purdue Memorial Union (PMU) North Ballroom. Following dinner, we will feature the award recipients and their nominators as we celebrate these exceptional Purdue Veterinary Medicine family members.

Dean’s Club Luncheon

Thursday, Sept. 12, 2013 Dean Willie Reed hosts an appreciation luncheon each fall for members of the PVM Dean’s Club. Dr. Curtis Eng, DVM ’88, will be our guest presenter. Dr. Eng is the Chief Veterinarian and Manager of the California Condor Program for the Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens. This year’s luncheon will be held in the Purdue Memorial Union (PMU) North Ballroom at 11:45 a.m. Note: Alumni and friends who make a gift of $500 or more during the calendar year are recognized with membership in the PVM Dean’s Club. If you would like to become a member, call the Office of Advancement Team at 800-830-0104.

Dr. Jack & Naomi Stockton Lecture The 2013 Stockton Lecture speaker will be Dr. Alex Dunlap, Chief Veterinarian at National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Dr. Dunlap is responsible for all NASA policies related to animal health and welfare. The Stockton Lecture will begin at 4:20 p.m. in Loeb Playhouse.

Thursday, Sept. 12, 2013

An equal access/equal opportunity institution

Medicine Mixer & Auction

Thursday, Sept. 12, 2013 Don’t miss this complimentary event at 5:30 p.m. in the Purdue Memorial Union (PMU) Ballrooms that celebrates reunion classes and supports scholarships along with other student-related projects. New this year is the theme basket auction. See the Fall Conference website for basket ideas. The evening is sure to be full of laughs, friendly competition and memories. Heavy hors d’oeuvres will be served.

Class Reunions

Thursday, Sept. 12, 2013 The Fall Conference schedule includes a block of time for your class to hold its own private reunion, beginning at 8:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 12, after the class recognition program at the Medicine Mixer and Auction. Commemorating class reunion milestones provides opportunities for you to catch up with friends and see how much the College and the Purdue campus have changed, yet stayed the same. Most of all, planning a class reunion will offer a chance to share class pride as you reflect on individual and collective accomplishments, and anticipate successes that are still to come. If you would like to help plan a Thursday evening reunion activity for your class, please contact Wendi Ailor, Director of Alumni Relations, at (765)496-6704 or wailor@purdue.edu. We are happy to assist in making connections with classmates and creating a memorable reunion experience.

Class of 1963 50th Reunion Dinner

Friday, Sept. 13, 2013 This is a special reunion year for the Class of 1963, the first class to meet their 50th anniversary milestone. In honor of this monumentous occasion, the College is planning a celebration dinner at 5:30 p.m. on Friday evening, September 13 in the new Spurgeon Club at Mackey Arena. Commemorating this class reunion will provide opportunities for you to catch up with friends and reminisce about your time at Purdue. Plus, a few surprises are in the works for the celebration dinner. This event is open to anyone who would like to celebrate with the class of 1963.

Dr. Skip Jackson Dog Jog

Saturday, Sept. 14, 2013 The student-run Dog Jog is a 5K run/walk, sponsored by McAfee Animal Hospital, that attracts faculty, staff, students, alumni and their dogs. The race will begin at 8:00 a.m. from Lynn Hall and route through campus on Saturday, September 14, 2013, the conclusion of the Fall Conference week. All proceeds 3 will go to the PetSafe Program, a community service offered by Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine to meet the short-term housing needs of pets whose owners are temporarily unable to provide care. Please register at this site http://purduedogjog.com.

PVM Tailgate and Purdue vs. Notre Dame Football Game

Saturday, Sept. 14, 2013

The College is the official sponsor of this year’s Purdue vs. Notre Dame football game. Plan to attend the pre-game tailgate, sponsored by Elanco and Patterson Veterinary, at 5:00 p.m. in Tent City as we “Boiler Up” to take on the Fighting Irish. A limited number of game tickets in the PVM Block will be available when you register online for other Fall Conference events. Kickoff is 8:00 p.m.

Wednesday Sept. 11, 2013 Vet Tech Track I 7:30

8:20 8:30

9:20 9:30

Stew 310 Sunrise Lecture: Hills

Jennifer Ashley - Back to the Basics: Dermatology Diagnostics

Katherine Beard Hyperadrenocorticism: The Disease, Diagnostics, and Treatment in Dogs

Vet Tech Track II Stew 322

Small Animal I Stew 306

Pick up your morning coffee & breakfast in the Exhibit Hall

Dr. Ruth Landau - ¿Habla Español? Si!

Dr. Ruth Landau - Getting from HOLA to GRACIAS!

Sunrise Lecture: Dr. Sandra San Miguel, Dr. Kauline Davis - Impacting Our Future

Dr. Ruthanne Chun - Canine Osteosarcoma: Are We Still Just Limping Around?

Dr. Ruthanne Chun - Oncologic Cytology: Twenty Top Tips on Using Cytology in Your Practice

10:20

7:30

8:20 8:30

9:20 9:30

10:20

Break - Visit the Exhibit Hall 10:50

Liane Shaw - Dental Radiography for the Veterinary Technician

Kyle Clever / Dr. Amanda Farr - More Dr. Ruthanne Chun - Anticancer than a Mouthful, Equine Dentistry and Therapies: Newer Drugs and New Uses the Veterinary Technician for Old Drugs

11:40

10:50

11:40

Indiana Veterinary Technicians Association (IVTA) Luncheon Theresa Shuck, RVT - Disaster Preparedness, How Can I help as an RVT? 11:45 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

1:00

1:50 2:00

Bill Schroeder - The Social Tech I

Bill Schroeder - The Social Tech II

Fee: $14 PMU West Faculty Lounge 1 CE Credit Dr. Amelia Woolums - Immunity in the Neonatal Calf

Dr. Amelia Woolums - BRSV, What’s the Latest?

Lunch - Box Lunches Available Visit the Exhibit Hall

Dr. Mike Childress - Treatment Protocols for Canine Lymphomas: Current Review

Dr. Ruthanne Chun - Feline Lymphoma: The Large and Small of It

2:50

1:00

1:50 2:00

2:50

Break - Visit the Exhibit Hall 3:20

4:10 4:20

5:10

Dr. Karen Cornell - Compassion Fatigue: Increasing Client Follow Through - The Role of Team Communication

Dr. Karen Cornell - Compassion Fatigue: Strategies for Helping Our Clients and Ourselves

Dr. Nathan Slovis - Technical Large Animal Rescue

Dr. Nathan Slovis - Infectious Diseases of the Foal

Dr. Hock Gan Heng - Small Animal Abdominal Radiology 101: Back to Basics

Dr. Hock Gan Heng - Differentiating Significant vs. Non-Significant Findings in Thoracic Radiography

3:20

4:10 4:20

5:10

Wednesday Sept. 11, 2013 Small Animal II 7:30

Aquatic Animal Health

Stew 302

Stew 314/ Lynn 2214

7:30

Pick up your morning coffee & breakfast in the Exhibit Hall 8:20 8:30

9:20 9:30

Dr. Tony Johnson - It’s More than “Two Times Maintenance”: Fluid Therapy in Small Animals

Dr. Jennifer Strasser - Disease Prevention and Bio-Security in Aquaculture APHIS Module

Dr. Tony Johnson - Small Animal CPR: New Guidelines from the RECOVER Initiative

Dr. Myron Kebus - Water Quality Basics

10:20

8:20 8:30

9:20 9:30

10:20

Break - Visit the Exhibit Hall 10:50

Dr. Tony Johnson - Small Animal Euthanasia: Steps for a Smoother Experience for Everyone

Dr. Myron Kebus - Fish Practice Toolbox

11:40

1:50 2:00

Dr. Lori Thompson - Challenging Dermatology Case Presentations

Dr. Lori Thompson - Auto-Immune Diseases that Target the Skin

Lunchtime CE: Dr. Jennifer Strasser - Aquatic Animal Diseases and Related Regulatory Activities APHIS Module Dr. Myron Kebus - Fish Parasites, Bacteria, Viruses, and Fungi

Dr. Myron Kebus - Cases of Fish Disease We Have Seen on Fish Farms Toolbox

2:50

12:00

12:50 1:00

1:50 2:00

2:50

Break - Visit the Exhibit Hall 3:20

Dr. Lori Thompson - Otitis I: Anatomy and Underlying Causes

Dr. Myron Kebus, Dr. Jennifer Strasser Live Fish Diagnostics, Necropsy & Sampling Anatomy 3:15-6:00pm

4:10 4:20

5:10

Dr. Lori Thompson - Otitis II: Diagnosis and Treatment

WEDNESDAY SPECIAL EVENTS EXHIBITS OPEN 7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Stewart Center 214/218

11:40

Lunch Box Lunches Available Visit the Exhibit Hall 1:00

10:50

Fee: $40 Limit: 20 LYNN Hall 2214 3 CE Credits 6:00

IVTA LUNCH 11:45 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. PMU West Faculty Lounge $14/Person AWARDS CELEBRATION PMU North Ballroom 5:30 p.m. Reception 6:30 p.m. Dinner Fee $40/General, $15/Student

Thursday Sept. 12, 2013 Vet Tech Specialty Track 7:30

Stew 314

Professional Development “Practice Communications” Stew 310

Small Animal III Stew 306

7:30

Pick up your morning coffee & breakfast in the Exhibit Hall 8:20 8:30

9:20 9:30

Carissa Sparks - Neurologic Examination and Localization

Carissa Sparks - Common Spinal Myelopathies

Karen Cornell - Conflict Resolution Within the Practice Team Part I

Karen Cornell - Conflict Resolution Within the Practice Team Part II

Dr. Ralph Millard - Emergency Management of Traumatic Fractures

Dr. Nic Lambrechts - Coxofemoral Luxation

10:20

8:20 8:30

9:20 9:30

10:20

Break - Visit the Exhibit Hall 10:50

Carissa Sparks - Seizures or Not Seizures?

Bill Schroeder - The Social Vet Part I

Dr. John Ciribassi - Feline Inappropriate Elimination

11:40

11:40

Lunch - Box Lunches Available Lunch - Box Lunches Available Visit the Exhibit Hall

1:00

1:50 2:00

10:50

Brandy Sprunger - Icy Hot: Hypo and Hyperthermia

Brandy Sprunger - Not so Cute: Acute Anaphylaxis

Lunchtime CE Dr. Richard Goebel - Veterinary Practice Management Program

Bill Schroeder - The Social Vet Part II

Dr. Ruth Landau - Supporting Latino Clients Part I: ¿Habla Español? Si!

Lunchtime CE Dr. Greta Schmoyer - Role of State, Federal and International Agencies and Health Certificates APHIS Module Dr. John Ciribassi - Fear Based Aggression

Dr. John Ciribassi Thunderstorm and Noise Phobia

2:50

12:00

12:50 1:00

1:50 2:00

2:50

Break - Visit the Exhibit Hall 3:20

4:10 4:20

5:10

Brandy Sprunger - A Little Fat Can Be Good: Using Lipids in Toxicities

Dr. Ruth Landau - Supporting Latino Clients Part II: Getting from HOLA to GRACIAS!

Dr. John Ciribassi - Canine Sibling Rivalry

3:20

4:10 4:20

Stockton Lecture - Dr. Alex Dunlap, DVM, MD, DACFP, Chief Veterinarian for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Dr. Dunlap is responsible for all NASA policies related to animal health and welfare. Loeb Playhouse

5:10

Thursday Sept. 12, 2013 7:30

8:20 8:30

Small Animal IV

Food Animal Program

Sunrise Lecture: Dr. Sandra San Miguel, Dr. Kauline Davis - Impacting Our Future (Repeated from Wednesday)

Sunrise Lecture: Dr. Cheryl Miller - Collecting and Shipping Swine Samples

Stew 302

Stew 322

7:30

APHIS Module

Dr. Scott Brown - Staged Management Dr. Max Rodibaugh - Lew Runnels of Chronic Kidney Disease (CDK): Lecture: Consultations with Large Case-Based Approach Production Systems

8:20 8:30

9:20 9:30

Dr. Tad Thompson

10:20

10:20

THURSDAY SPECIAL EVENTS

10:50

EXHIBITS OPEN 7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Stewart Center 214/218

Break - Visit the Exhibit Hall 10:50

Dr. Scott Brown - Hypertension in Dogs and Cats: Managing Cases Simply and Effectively

Dr. Stephen Lenz - New, Unusual and Interesting Cases From the Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory

11:40

11:40

Lunch - Box Lunches Available Visit the Exhibit Hall 1:00

1:50 2:00

Dr. Scott Brown - How to Wisely Use NSAIDs in Animals at Risk for Renal Complications

Dr. Scott Brown - Proteinuria: A New and Important Management Tool

Dr. Amelia Woolums - Use and Abuse of Vaccines to Control Bovine Respiratory Disease

Dr. Jon Townsend - The Class of 2015: Raising the Next Generation of Dairy Heifers to be our Best

2:50

1:00

1:50 2:00

2:50

4:10 4:20

5:10

Dr. Scott Brown, Dr. Cathy Brown Renal Clinicopathologic Conference: Better Path to Case Resolution

Dr. Nicole Olynk-Widmar- What’s On the Horizon for Livestock Markets in 2014?

Stockton Lecture - Dr. Alex Dunlap, DVM, MD, DACFP, Chief Veterinarian for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Dr. Dunlap is responsible for all NASA policies related to animal health and welfare. Loeb Playhouse

MEDICINE MIXER & AUCTION 5:30 p.m. PMU North and South Ballrooms (Open to all attendees-no fee Registration Required) CLASS REUNIONS 8:00 p.m.

Break - Visit the Exhibit Hall 3:20

DEAN’S CLUB LUNCHEON 11:45 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Dean’s Club Luncheon PMU North Ballroom Dr. Curtis Eng, Chief Veterinarian, Los Angeles Zoo ($25/Dean’s Club Member)

3:20

4:10 4:20

5:10

Friday September 13, 2013 7:30

8:30

9:20 9:30

Shelter Medicine-Increasing Adoptability of Shelter Pets

Homeland Security Workshop

Equine Track

Stew 302

Stew 306

Stew 310 Sunrise Lecture Dr. Ron Brock: International Movement of Horses APHIS Module

Dr. David Bash, Jill Kooiman - How We Did It: ReTails - A Unique Pet Adoption Venture

Dr. Gary Lantz - Decision Making in Practical Shelter Dentistry

Dr. Marianne Ash, Dr. Maria Cooper Principles of Outbreak Investigation

Terry Donat - Electromagnetic Pulse Events

Dr. Nathan Slovis - Overview of Hyperbaric Medicine in the Equine Patient

Dr. Nathan Slovis - The Acute Abdomen in the Adult Horse

10:20 10:40

11:30 11:40 12:00

Bill Schroeder - The Social Shelter

Sheryl Walker - Dog Training Tricks to Increase Adoptability (Required for attendance in afternoon workshop)

Terry Donat - Medical Intelligence

2:50 3:10

Dr. Nathan Slovis - Equine Clinical Pathology

Dr. Steve Adams - Intra-Synovial Injections

11:30 11:40

12:50 1:00

1:50 2:00

2:50

Dr. Steve Adams - Lameness Evaluation

Fee: $15 Limit: 40 Purdue Armory

10:40

12:30

2:00 - 5:00 p.m.

4:00 4:10

5:00

9:20 9:30

12:00

Lunchtime CE Dr. Frank Wilson - Overview of Foreign Animal, USDA Program and Reportable Diseases APHIS Module

Lunch - Box Lunches Available Michael Stebbins - Impact of

Dr. Sara Bennett, Dr. Niwako Ogata, Melinda Cotton, BS, RVT - Hands on : How to Teach Shelter Dogs 3 Simple Cues to Maximize Their Adoptability

Dr. Nathan Slovis - Abdominal Pain of the Foal

Lunch - Box Lunches Available

Animal Rights Extremists

1:50 2:00

8:30

10:20

12:30 12:50 1:00

7:30

Bill Schroeder - Social Media and Your Equine Practice

3:10

4:00 4:10

5:00

Friday September 13, 2013 Small Animal - Pet Birds Stew 314

Vet Tech Specialty Workshops

Constance Spates Fund Stew 318/Farriery

LYNN 1214

8:00

8:30

9:20 9:30

Dr. Ken Welle - Diagnostic Assessment of the Avian Patient

Cytology Lab: Lymphoid Tissue, Liver, and Skin

Brandy Sprunger - Using Kirby’s Rule of Twenty to Develop Nursing Plans

Clinical Pathology Faculty Participants: Dr. John Christian Dr. Joanne Messick Dr. Rose Raskin Dr. Al Rebar Dr. Craig Thompson

8:00

8:30

8:30 - 10:20 a.m. Dr. Ken Welle - Avian Radiology

Fee: $25 Limit: 40 STEW 318 Cytology Lab - Lymphoid Tissue, 2 CE Credits Liver, and Skin

10:20

10:20

8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

10:40

Dr. Ken Welle - Avian Theriogenology and Obstetrics

Carissa Sparks - The Complete Neurologic Examination 10:40 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

11:30 11:40

Dr. Steve Thompson/Dr. Lori Corriveau - The Wild and Wacky World of Dr. Do A Lot for a Little Guy 12:20 12:30

FRIDAY SPECIAL EVENTS CLASS OF 1963 DINNER 5:30 p.m. Spurgeon Club at Mackey Arena

Fee: $25 Limit: 18 Farriery 2 CE Credits

Our Clinical Pathology Workshop theme for this year is the cytology of solid tissues in the dog and cat. Located in our newly renovated, state of the art pathology teaching laboratory, we will utilize lectures, video microscopy, and individual microscopes in a case based approach to demonstrate important cytologic findings of lymphoid tissues (especially nodes), the hepatobiliary system and skin. Discussions will describe a general approach to cytologic evaluation that is illustrated with examples of inflammatory diseases, infectious agents, hyperplastic conditions, neoplastic diseases, and degenerative lesions. The lab will have a high faculty to participant ratio. This program is designed for DVMs.

12:20

SATURDAY SPECIAL EVENTS DR. SKIP JACKSON DOG JOG 8:00 a.m. Lynn Hall PVM TAILGATE 5:00 p.m. Tent City PURDUE VS. NOTRE DAME FOOTBALL GAME 8:00 p.m. Ross Ade Stadium

Fee: $300 (DVM’s Only) Limit: 40 Lynn Hall 1214 8 CE Credits

5:00

More Conference Opportunities Join Purdue Veterinary Alumni Association

The Purdue Veterinary Alumni Association serves veterinary alumni in many ways in an effort to maintain the connection between Purdue Veterinary Medicine and its graduates. Events such as alumni receptions at annual national veterinary conferences and special activities at the Purdue Fall Conference enable alumni to keep in touch with classmates and stay current on news of their Alma Mater. Dues for membership in PVAA are $30 per year. You can pay your annual dues when you register for the conference.

Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory (ADDL) - 100 Year Anniversary

Come celebrate as we mark our 100th year of serving the needs of Indiana! Visit our booth and reminisce with us as we look back over the last 100 years. Grab a bag to carry your conference materials as our thank you for your support. Want a closer look? Tours of the lab will be offered! Stop in and see us! Photo from Veterinary Sciences Collection, Courtesy of Purdue University Libraries, Karnes Archives and Special Collections

Sunrise CE - 7:30 a.m. Free Book Wednesday, September 11 and Thursday, September 12 Dr. San Miguel and Dr. Cipriani Davis will provide an overview of why veterinary workforce development is essential for our profession to remain relevant to society. Opportunities for elementary, middle, high school and college students will be discussed. Resources available for veterinarians to use on classroom visits, to increase their intercultural competencies, and for developing our future workforce will be highlighted. Attendees will receive a free children’s book about veterinary medicine.

Hotel Accommodations

It is a busy week at Purdue with all the conference activities and the Purdue vs. Notre Dame football game on Saturday, September 14th. Don’t wait- Make your reservations now! Visit the For Attendees Travel page at the Fall Conference website http://vet.purdue.edu/2013fallconference/ for links to hotels. Be sure to mention Purdue Veterinary Medicine Fall Conference when you make your reservation at any of the listed hotels with room blocks: Purdue Union Club - Holiday Inn Center - Hilton Garden Inn Courtyard Marriott - Towne Place Suites - Days Inn and Suites

Register Online Now!

www.vet.purdue.edu/fallconference

Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine values, nurtures and respects all members of its community and ensures an environment of inclusive excellence where all stakeholders are inspired, supported and empowered to achieve their full potential.

Congratulations to our Class of 1963 Graduates! We are honored to have you as our first golden anniversary class. 1963-2013

Awards Celebration 2013 Distinguished Alumni Award Winners Dr. Michael Andrews and Dr. Craig Wardrip Awards Celebration on Wednesday, September 11, 2013 5:30 p.m. at PMU North Ballroom

A Special Thanks to Our Sponsors Gold & Black

Silver

Bronze Constance Spates Fund

Recognition

PURDUE VETERINARY MEDICINE

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SEPTEMBER 10 - 14, 2013 Purdue University Campus West Lafayette, IN

FALL CONFERENCE

□ Veterinarian □ Vet Tech / Non-PU Vet Tech Students □ Other Professionals-Aquatic Animal - Wednesday Only □ Shelter Medicine Staff - Friday Only □ Practice Managers-Professional Development - Thursday Only You can conveniently register online at www.vet.purdue.edu/fallconference.

(If you are not able to register online, mail and fax information is provided on the back of this form.) We ask that all Purdue Veterinary Medicine faculty, Emeritus faculty, staff, students, conference speakers and exhibitors register online.

Name _______________________________________ E-mail____________________________________ Address _______________________________________________________________________________ City _________________________________________________________ State ______ Zip __________ Degree(s) _____________________________________________________________________________ School(s) ______________________________________________________________________________ Year(s) ________________________________________________________________________________ Phone _______________________________________ Fax _____________________________________ Guest name (for nametag)__________________________________________________________________ Guest name (for nametag)____________________________________________________________________

Full Conference Registration Provides: •Shuttle Service •All Wednesday, Thursday and Friday Continuing Education Sessions •Thursday Medicine Mixer/Auction •Entrance to the Exhibit Hall •Complimentary refreshments during Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday Sessions

Additional Fees may be required for Special Events and Workshops. Please see each event for details.

Registration Options

Full Wednesday Conference Only

Veterinarians

Thursday Only

Friday Only

Late Fee after 8/26/13

$300

$175

$175

$175

$50

$

Retired Veterinarians (Retired and over 65) Vet Tech/ Non-PU Vet Tech Students

$150 $150

--$90

--$90

--$90

$50 $25

$ $

Retired Veterinary Technicians (Retired and over 65)

$75

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$25

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Other Professional Staff / Practice Managers (Wed. or Thurs. Only) ---

$90

$90

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$25

$

Shelter Medicine Staff (Fri. Only)

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$30

$25

$

(Office Managers, Biologists, Regulatory, Research Scientists)

(Underwritten by Maddie's Shelter Program for shelter staff to attend)

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Special Events/Workshops/Meal Options (Space is Limited at Some of These Events - Be Sure to Register Early)

Wednesday, September 11

Box Lunch Indiana Vet Tech Assocation Luncheon Awards Celebration (General Reservation) Awards Celebration (Student Fee) Hands-On Fish Medicine

Additional Fees May Apply Cost $12.00 $14.00 $40.00 $15.00 $40.00

REGISTRATION CONTINUED ON BACK

Qty

Total $ $ $ $ $

Special Events/Workshops/Meal Options Thursday, September 12

Box Lunch Dean's Club Luncheon (Dean's Club Members) Become a Dean's Club Member Combined Medicine Mixer & Auction Please register to attend this event so we may have a projected number of attendees.

Continued Cost

Qty

Total

$12.00 $25.00 A Gift of $500.00 or More Complimentary

Friday, September 13

Box Lunch Shelter Medicine Hands-On Behavior Cytology Lab Veterinary Technology Workshop: Neurology Veterinary Technology Workshop: Emergency & Critical Care Class of 1963 Dinner

$ $ $ $

$12.00 $15.00 $300.00/DVM only $25.00 $25.00 $50.00

$ $ $ $ $ $

Special Events/Meals Subtotal Cost Registration Option Subtotal Special Events/Workshops/Meals Subtotal Purdue Veterinary Alumni Association Renewal (PVAA) Donations

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Total $ $

$30.00

$

Education Scholarship Fund

$

Roger L. Lukens Vet Tech Scholarship Fund

$

Other

$

Proceedings Thumb Drive

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$25.00

(Print copies no longer available, proceedings will also be available free via web for registered attendees.)

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PVM 2013 Fall Conference Registration Grand Total Make checks payable to Purdue University or pay by credit card below.

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Biosecurity Measures:

The Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine is taking precautionary measures to protect Purdue Veterinary Medicine animals from foreign animal diseases. As a result, anyone who has traveled outside of the United States or Canada and who has had contact with animals or animal premises while outside the United States or Canada within 5 days (120 hours) prior to September 10, 2013 cannot enter Lynn Hall or other areas of the veterinary complex. Conference attendees must comply with the Purdue Veterinary Medicine Policy on Biosecurity Precautions. □ By checking this box, I have read and agree to the terms of the biosecurity statement above. Purdue is committed to making its programs accessible to individuals with disabilities. If you require an accommodation or special assistance for this program due to a disability, please contact us at 866.515.0023.

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□ Visa

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Card # Print Name

□ Discover

Expiration Date: Signature

A full refund will be granted if a request is received by August 26, 2013. We are not able to process refunds after that date. Purdue is not responsible for costs incurred due to cancellation.

Mailing Address PEC Business Services Purdue University Stewart Center, Room 110 128 Memorial Mall West Lafayette, IN 47907-2034 Fax #: 765.494.0567 Phone #: 866.515.0023

More Information

For more information on registration, please e-mail confreg@purdue.edu or call 1.866.515.0023. For more information about program content, please e-mail Marti Burns mhburns@purdue.edu or call 765.494.0611. ...educating today’s TEAM to impact tomorrow

Purdue University is an equal access/equal opportunity university.

IAHF/PVM FALL CONFERENCE

GOLF OUTING Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Purdue Ackerman Hills Course 1300 Cherry Lane West Lafayette, IN 765.494.3139

-Registration 11:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. -Driving Range Open 11:00 a.m. - Noon -Buffet Lunch Served 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. -Shotgun Start 12:30 p.m. -Appetizers/Announce Award Winners 5:30 p.m.

The IN Animal Health Foundation and the Purdue Veterinary Medicine Fall Conference are very pleased to partner for the annual golf outing! Golf will be played at the Ackerman Hills Course on the Purdue University Campus in West Lafayette. The outing will feature fun games, great golf, prizes, a BBQ lunch, and appetizers in the Pavilion after the round at the course. Golf begins at 12:30 p.m. with a shotgun start. The outing’s format is a modified Florida scramble, enabling golfers of all skill levels to compete.

Open Division - Any combination of four players Class Division - Four players from the same class (i.e. Purdue Class of ‘78) Hole Sponsorships: All funds raised will be used for scholarships and the support of student activities (i.e. Boiler Vet Camp, etc.) To raise additional funds, we’re offering hole sponsorships. For $250, your class, clinic, or company is recognized with a promotional sign at the tee. You will also be listed in the Hoosier Veterinarian newsletter as a sponsor of the event. Your company or clinic’s logo will be featured on the hole sponsor sign. Please email your logo to lisa@invma.org. Please send this form along with your check to IAHF or include your credit card information. Reservation and payment must be submitted by August 26, 2013. Check one:

Name:

□ Open Division □ Class Division

College/Class

Address:

Hole Sponsor: □ Yes □ No

City, State, Zip:

Company/Clinic/ Class Name:

Phone: Email: Credit Card: □ Visa □ Mastercard □ AMX □ Discover

Golf, 1/2 Cart & Lunch:

□ $95/person

Card#:

Lunch Only:

□ $20/person

Hole Sponsor:

□ $250/Hole

Exp. Date:

CVV Code:

Signature:

Total Due:

For all foursomes: Please include the names of your teammates. If you do not have a foursome, you will be paired with other players.

QTY

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Mail to: Indiana Animal Health Foundation 201 S. Capitol Avenue, Suite 405 Indianapolis, IN 46225 317.974.0888 fax 317.974.0985 lisa@invma.org

Register Online: http://vet.purdue.edu/2013fallconference/golf.php

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College of Veterinary Medicine Office of Lifelong Learning Lynn Hall, Room 1200 625 Harrison St West Lafayette, IN 47907

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www.vet.purdue.edu/fallconference


2013 prelim program