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PURDUE VETERINARY MEDICINE

FALL CONFERENCE

2014 PRELIMINARY

PROGRAM www.vet.purdue.edu/fallconference

Welcome! Please join us for the Purdue Veterinary Medicine (PVM) 2014 Fall Conference. The annual conference is designed to provide Continuing Education (CE) for the entire veterinary team. General Continuing Education Sessions will be held in the Purdue Stewart Center. This year the Exhibit Hall will be held in the Purdue Memorial Union North and South Ballrooms. 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 2014 Fall Conference. It is your responsibility to document which sessions you attend and the number of hours you receive.

Proceedings

Proceedings will be available at no cost to conference registrants via the PVM Fall Conference website on August 25, 2014. 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.

Conference Schedule Overview Tuesday, September 9, 2014

APHIS Accreditation Modules

We will again offer 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.

Registration Online Registration Opens June 1

Register online at www.vet.purdue.edu/fallconference or mail/fax the attached registration form. Early registration fees are available until August 25. After August 25, 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 10 and Thursday, September 11. On Friday, September 12, registration will be in Stewart Center 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 (4 Days) provides: • Tuesday, Elanco Human Animal Bond Lecture and Book Signing • All Wednesday, Thursday and Friday CE Sessions • Entrance to the Wednesday and Thursday Exhibit Hall • Complimentary refreshments Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday • Meet Me @ Mixer (no fee, but registration required) • Shuttle Service Single day registrations are also available. Additional fees may be required for special events and labs. Please see each event for details.

11:00 a.m. 7:00 p.m.

IAHF/PVM Golf Outing, Brunch, & Reception - Purdue Kampen Golf Course Elanco Human/Animal Bond Lecture

Wednesday, September 10, 2014 7:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. 7:00 a.m.-5:20 p.m. 11:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m.

Exhibit Hall Open Concurrent CE Tracks for Vet Tech, Small Animal, and Bovine IVTA Luncheon Awards Celebration

Thursday, September 11, 2014

7:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m. Exhibit Hall Open 7:00 a.m.-5:20 p.m. Concurrent CE Tracks for Vet Tech Specialties, Food Animal, Small Animal and Professional Development 11:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Dean’s Club Luncheon 4:30 p.m.-5:20 p.m. Dr. Jack & Naomi Stockton Lecture 5:30 p.m. Meet Me @ The Mixer

Friday, September 12, 2014

7:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Concurrent CE Tracks for Shelter Medicine, Equine, In Vogue Pets & Exotics 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. Necropsy Labs 5:30 p.m. 1964 & 1989 Class Reunions/Dinners

Saturday, September 13, 2014 8:00 a.m.

Dr. Skip Jackson Dog Jog

Mark Your Calendars

PVM 2015 Fall Conference - September 8-12, 2015

Special Events IAHF/PVM Golf Outing

Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2014 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 Kampen 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 use the mail-in form at the end of this program. Purdue Kampen Course 11:00 a.m.

Dean’s Club Luncheon

Thursday, Sept. 11, 2014 Dr. Tim Mullican “Race Horses, Fish Medicine and Giant Manta Rays: After 30 Years, A Report From the Field” Dean Willie Reed hosts an appreciation luncheon each fall for members of the PVM Dean’s Club. Dr. Timothy Mullican, DVM ’84 will be our guest presenter. Dr. Mullican is the Senior Vice President and Chief Zoological Officer at the Georgia Aquarium. 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. PMU West Faculty Lounge 11:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

Elanco Human / Animal Bond Lecture

Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2014 Dr. Stanley Coren “How Intelligent are Dogs?” Don’t miss this fascinating lecture that explores research strategies for the testing of canine intelligence. Using this research, it is becoming clear that the average mental abilities of dogs are roughly equivalent to those of children 2 to 3 years of age. Book signing and light reception to follow the lecture. Open to the public. (1 CE) Stewart Center Eliza Fowler Hall 7:00 p.m.

Indiana Veterinary Technicians Association (IVTA) Luncheon

Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2014 In addition to the annual business meeting, this year’s IVTA luncheon will offer a lecture. (1 CE) PMU West Faculty Lounge 11:30 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.

Awards Celebration

Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2014 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. PMU North Ballroom 5:30 p.m.

Dr. Jack & Naomi Stockton Lecture

Thursday, Sept. 11, 2014 Mike Ritland, Navy SEAL Canine Trainer. Fewer than 1% of all working dogs have what it takes to contribute to the success of our nation’s elite combat units. Mike Ritland explains the fascinating aspects of the animals he selects, the traits they must have in common with the Navy SEALs themselves, and the process they go through to prepare for work in the most extreme environments. (1 CE) Stewart Center Loeb 4:30 p.m.

Dr. Skip Jackson Dog Jog

Saturday, Sept. 13, 2014 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 on Saturday, September 13, 2014, the conclusion of the Fall Conference week. All proceeds 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. LYNN Hall 8:00 a.m.

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.

CONNECT

with Your Alma Mater 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.

Meet Me @ the Mixer

Thursday, Sept. 11, 2014 5:30 p.m. Don’t miss this new event in the Purdue Memorial Union (PMU) Ballrooms that celebrates reunion classes and provides an opportunity to meet up with your classmates. The Exhibit Hall will be open late during this event and exhibitors will have special prize drawings throughout the night. The evening is sure to be full of laughs, renewed friendships and memories. Heavy hors d’oeuvres will be served and a cash bar will be available.

Class Reunions

The Fall Conference schedule includes a block of time for your class to hold its own private reunion, on Wednesday evening, September 10; beginning at either 8:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 11, after the class recognition program during Meet Me @ the Mixer; or Friday, September 12. Commemorating your reunion year will provide 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 you a chance to share your class pride as you reflect on your individual and collective accomplishments since your graduation. If you would like to help plan a 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 you in making connections with classmates, creating a memorable reunion experience.

Class of 1964 50th Reunion Dinner

Friday, Sept. 12, 2014 5:30 p.m. This is a special reunion year for the DVM Class of 1964. In honor of this special occasion, the College is working with class members to plan a celebration dinner on Friday evening, September 12 at the Holiday Inn City Centre. Commemorating this class reunion will provide opportunities for you to catch up with friends and reminisce about your time at Purdue. Plus, a few special surprises are in the works for the celebration dinner. You won’t want to miss this very special gathering!

Class of 1989 25th Reunion Dinner

Friday, September 12, 2014 5:30 p.m. Twenty-five years goes by so quickly. To honor this milestone for the DVM Class of 1989, class members have planned a special dinner for Friday evening, September 12 at the Purdue Memorial Union, West Faculty Lounge. Class members can come together to share memories and create new ones as you look back over the last 25 years. Be sure to register for this evening of celebration!

2014 Award Winners Alumni Faculty Award for Excellence Dr. Deborah Knapp (MS ‘88) Veterinary Technology Outstanding Teacher Award Dr. Pete Bill (DVM ‘80, Ph.D. ‘90) Raymond E. Plue Outstanding Teacher Award Dr. W. Mark Hilton (DVM ‘83) Veterinary Technician/Veterinary Technologist Distinguished Alumna Award Barbara (Bobbie) Kaufman, RVT (AAS ‘87) Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Distinguished Alumnus Award Dr. Joseph J. Klopfenstein (DVM ‘83)

Awards Celebration Wednesday, September 10, 2014 5:30 p.m. at PMU North Ballroom

2014 Exhibit Hall in a

New Location Purdue Memorial Union

North and South Ballrooms Wednesday 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Thursday 7:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

NEW THIS YEAR!

GIVEAWAYS!!!

Exhibit Hall - Starbucks Coffee and Continental Breakfast - Morning and Afternoon Refreshment Breaks - Box Lunches Available for Purchase - Relax and Talk with Friends at the Table Seating in the North Ballroom

On your way to the Exhibit Hall stop by the new Wellness Room

Vendor Demonstrations during

Wellness Room

Breaks and Lunch

Be sure to stop by the Wellness Room before and between conference sessions. It will be in the PMU Terrace Room, just outside the south Exhibit Hall entrance. Meet Dr. Luana Nan, Purdue Veterinary Medicine’s own psychologist who offers counseling and wellness services. You can browse through our collection of brochures and handouts on different wellness topics, engage in a guided relaxation or mindfulness exercise, receive a brief chair massage, or simply sit in a relaxing atmosphere.

Register Online Now!

www.vet.purdue.edu/fallconference

Don’t Miss It!

Wednesday Sept. 10, 2014 7:00

Vet Tech Track I

Vet Tech Track II Sponsored by:

Small Animal I Dr. Sandy San Miguel It’s Elementary: A Guide to Surviving Career Day

7:50 8:00

7:00

7:50

Megan Brashear - Low Stress Restraint in High Stress Situations

Cindy Vogelwede / Sara Sharp Pre-Breeding Evaluations: Helping Breeders Breed Better Dogs

Dr. Scott Secrest - Cystography: A Forgotten Diagnostic

8:50

8:00

8:50

9:00

9:00

Megan Brashear - Shock Talk

Katie Beard - Immune Mediated Hemolytic Anemia

Dr. Scott Secrest - Ultrasonography of the Urinary Tract

9:50

9:50

Break - Visit the Exhibit Hall 10:30

Megan Brashear - Emergency Triage

Dr. Bianca Zenor - Feline Idiopathic Cystitis: Thinking Outside the Urinary Bladder

Dr. Scott Secrest - Imaging the Endocrine System: A Multi-modality Review of the Thyroid, Pancreas and Adrenals

11:20

10:30

11:20

11:30

Indiana Veterinary Technicians Association (IVTA) Luncheon Fee: $15.00 Location: PMU West Faculty Lounge 1 CE Credit

1:00

Megan Brashear - Emergency Trauma Management

Kyle Clever - The Equine Foot: Basic Anatomy, Care & Common Problems

Lunch - Box Lunches are available

Dr. Andrew Bugbee - Monitoring the Diabetic Patient

1:50 2:00

1:00

1:50

Megan Brashear - Sweet Wound Care and Bandaging

Dr. Pat Wakenell - Backyard Chickens

Dr. Andrew Bugbee - Which Insulin Should I Choose?

2:50

2:00

2:50

Break - Visit the Exhibit Hall 3:30

3:30

Lindsey Fourez / Sarah Lahrman - What is it? How Far has it Spread: Naturally Occurring Transitional Cell Carcinoma

Dr. Luana Nan - Holistic Wellness: Caring for the Caregiver

Dr. Catharine Scott-Moncrieff Update on Nutritional Management of Feline Hyperthyroidism: What Have We Learned?

4:20 4:30

5:20

4:20

Julie Commons - Transitional Cell Carcinoma: Diagnostics and Urethral Stenting

Dr. Alex Ramirez - Hola Amigos: Effective Communication with Hispanics

Dr. Wendy Townsend - Ocular Abnormalities in Golden Retrievers

4:30

5:20

Wednesday Sept. 10, 2014 7:00

Small Animal II

Bovine

7:00

Dr. Bruce Lamb - Animals’ Fitness to Travel

WEDNESDAY SPECIAL EVENTS

APHIS Module 7:50

7:50

8:00

8:00

EXHIBITS OPEN 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. PMU North and South Ballrooms

8:50

IVTA LUNCHEON 11:30 a.m. - 12:45 p.m. PMU West Faculty Lounge $15/Person

Dr. Sydney Moise - Diagnosis From Echocardiography: Part I Understanding Disease, Structure and Function

Dr. Larry Horstman - Time Flies When You Are Having Fun: Forty Years of Frolic

8:50 9:00

Dr. Sydney Moise - Diagnosis From Echocardiography: Part II Understanding Disease, Structure and Function

Dr. Jon Townsend - Hypocalcemia in Dairy Cows: A Gateway Disease

9:50

9:00

9:50

AWARDS CELEBRATION 5:30 p.m. Reception 6:30 p.m. Dinner PMU North Ballroom $45/General, $20/Student

Break - Visit the Exhibit Hall 10:30

Dr. Sydney Moise - The Top 10 Electrocardiograms to Know in Practice and Why: Part 1 Basic to Advanced

Dr. Kellie Taylor - Technology for Monitoring Dairy Cows

11:20

10:30

11:20

12:00

Dr. Ron Brock - Interstate and International Health Certificates for Category 1 Animals APHIS Module

EXHIBITS OPEN 7:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. PMU North and South Ballrooms DEAN’S CLUB LUNCHEON 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. PMU West Faculty Lounge

Lunch Lunch -- Box Box Lunches Lunches are are available available

DR. JACK & NAOMI STOCKTON LECTURE 4:30 p.m. - 5:20 p.m. Loeb Playhouse

12:50 1:00

THURSDAY SPECIAL EVENTS

1:00

MEET ME @ THE MIXER 5:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. PMU North and South Ballrooms

1:50

1:50

2:00

2:00

FRIDAY SPECIAL EVENTS

Dr. Sydney Moise - The Top 10 Electrocardiograms to Know in Practice and Why: Part 2 Basic to Advanced

Dr. Sydney Moise - A Series of Short Topics: Cardiology Updates Part I

Dr. Nicole Olynk-Widmar - Dairy and Beef Cattle Economic Outlook in 2015

Dr. Mark Hilton - An Easier Way to Deliver Calves

2:50

1964 CLASS REUNION DINNER 5:30 p.m. Holiday Inn City Centre 2:50

Break - Visit the Exhibit Hall 3:30

3:30

Dr. Sydney Moise - A Series of Short Topics: Cardiology Updates Part II

Dr. Mark Hilton - Providing Nutritional Consultation to Beef Clients

4:20 4:30

5:20

1989 CLASS REUNION DINNER 5:30 p.m. PMU West Faculty Lounge

SATURDAY SPECIAL EVENTS

4:20

Dr. Sydney Moise - A Series of Short Topics: Cardiology Updates Part III

New Developments in Bovine Medicine

4:30

5:20

DR. SKIP JACKSON DOG JOG 8:00 a.m. Lynn Hall

Thursday Sept. 11, 2014 7:00

Vet Tech Specialty Track

Sponsored by:

Vet Tech Specialty Track

Professional Development

7:00

Dr. Sandy San Miguel It’s Elementary: A Guide to Surviving Career Day 7:50

7:50

8:00

8:00

Megan Brashear - Acid/Base Status and Blood Gas Analysis

Cindy Voglewede / Saralyn Sharp Supplements and Nutraceuticals: Is it Really Better Living Through Natural Chemistry?

Dr. George Rodgers - DiSC: Discovering Highly Effective Teams

8:50

8:50

9:00

9:00

Megan Brashear - Heatstroke in Dogs

Cindy Voglewede / Saralyn Sharp - Beyond the Side of the Bag I: Dealing with the Current Myths and Fads in Canine/Feline Diets

Dr. George Rodgers - Courageous Conversations

9:50

9:50

Break - Visit the Exhibit Hall 10:30

Megan Brashear - Refeeding Syndrome

Cindy Voglewede / Saralyn Sharp Beyond the Side of the Bag II: Dealing with the Current Myths and Fads in Canine/Feline Diets

Suzi Martin - Change Management

11:20

10:30

11:20

Lunch - Box Lunches are available 1:00

2:50

Vet Tech Specialty Lab

Vet Tech Specialty Lab

Megan Brashear - Hands-On Lab: Critical Thinking In this lab, the audience is encouraged to participate by talking through real cases giving thought on what to do next, what to prepare for, and how to prioritize treatments. Fee: $25 Limit:40

Cindy Voglewede / Saralyn SharpHands-On Lab: Beyond the Side of the Bag - Interpreting Labels & Advertising

Fee: $25 Limit:30

Dr. Brian Cassell - Basic Tools for Business: Delegation and Effective Meetings

1:00

1:50

Bash Halow / Brenda Tassava The Ultimate Veterinary Team for the 21st Century Part 1

2:00

2:50

Break - Visit the Exhibit Hall 3:30

3:30

Bash Halow / Brenda Tassava The Ultimate Veterinary Team for the 21st Century Part 2 4:20

4:20

4:30

4:30

Stockton Lecture - Mike Ritland, Navy SEAL Canine Trainer

Learn about the traits of the animals selected and the process they go through to prepare for work in the most extreme environments. Stewart Center - Loeb Playhouse 5:20

5:20

Thursday Sept. 11, 2014 7:00

Small Animal Track III

Small Animal IV

Food Animal Program Dr. Cheryl Miller- Sheep and Goats: Disease Awareness and Health Certificates APHIS Module

7:50 8:00

Dr. Bianca Hettlich - Patellar Luxation

Dr. Susan Little - Cats, Stress, and Illness: What Veterinarians Need to Know

Lew Runnels Lecture Dr. Roman Pogranichniy Emerging, Re-emerging and High Impact Diseases in Swine and Cattle

8:50 9:00

7:00

7:50 8:00

8:50

Dr. Bianca Hettlich - Open Fractures

Dr. Susan Little - How To Use Feeding Tubes in Cats

Dr. Daren Miller - Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea (PED) Virus

9:50

9:00

9:50

Break - Visit the Exhibit Hall 10:30

Dr. Bianca Hettlich - Ortho Versus Neuro

Dr. Susan Little - Let’s Get Moving: Successful Management of The Constipated Cat

Dr. Jeff Harker - Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome (PRRS) Virus

11:20

12:00

11:20

Lunch - Box Lunches are available

Dr. Frank Wilson - Foreign Animal Disease Detection in Category 1 Animals

Lunch - Box Lunches are available

APHIS Module

12:50 1:00

Dr. Bianca Hettlich - Intervertebral Disc Disease

Dr. Susan Little - FIV Update: Prevalence, Diseases, and Diagnostic Testing

12:00

12:50

Dr. Kellie Taylor - Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease: A Vector-Borne Viral Disease of Wild and Domestic Ruminants

1:50 2:00

10:30

1:00

1:50

Dr. Amy Fauber - Pain Management for Spine and Orthopedic Patients

Dr. Susan Little - Diagnosis and Management of Weight Loss in Senior Cats

Dr. Nicole Olynk Widmar - Economic Situation and Outlook for Pork Markets in 2015

2:50

2:00

2:50

Break - Visit the Exhibit Hall 3:30

Dr. Amy Fauber - Diagnosis and Management of Hydrocephalus

Dr. Susan Little - Understanding FIP: An Update on Diagnosis and New Treatment Options

Dr. Alex Ramirez - Hola Amigos: Effective Communication with Hispanics

4:20

3:30

4:20

4:30

4:30

Stockton Lecture - Mike Ritland, Navy SEAL Canine Trainer

Learn about the traits of the animals selected and the process they go through to prepare for work in the most extreme environments. Stewart Center - Loeb Playhouse 5:20

5:20

Friday Sept. 12, 2014 7:00

Necropsy Wet Labs

Shelter Medicine

In Vogue Pets and Exotics

Sponsored by:

8:00

Dr. Carol Fellenstein - Shelter 911:Nursing Care for Foster Families

Dr. Meera Heller - Pet Farm Animals, Answers to Common Veterinary Questions: Potbelly Pigs

8:50

Jennifer Saferight - How to Encourage and Retain Foster Parents

9:50 10:10

11:00 11:10

12:00

8:00

8:50

9:00

10:00

7:00

Dr. Meera Heller - Pet Farm Animals, Answers to Common Veterinary Questions: Camelids

9:50

Break

Necropsy Wet Lab AM This wet lab will re-familiarize session attendees with proper necropsy technique, gross evaluation, sample collection, and sample submission as well as general disease recognition by organ system. Registrants will necropsy a piglet while being instructed and supervised by a diagnostic pathologist. Fee: $70 Limit: 20

Bill Schroeder - How to Use Social Media to Bring Your Local Community to Your Shelter

9:00

Dr. Meera Heller - Pet Farm Animals, Answers to Common Veterinary Questions: Sheep and Goats

10:10

11:00

Dr. Sara Bennett - Volunteers and Foster Parents: Setting Shelter Pets up for Behavioral Success in Long-term Homes

Dr. Pat Wakenell - Backyard Chickens

Dr. Marianne Ash - Exotic Avian Diseases

Lunch

11:10

12:00

APHIS Module 12:50

1:00

Shelter Medicine Behavior Lab Purdue Armory Dr. Sara Bennett Dr. Niwako Ogata

1:50 2:00

2:50 3:10

4:00

Necropsy Wet Lab PM (Repeated from morning Lab A) This wet lab will re-familiarize session attendees with proper necropsy technique, gross evaluation, sample collection, and sample submission as well as general disease recognition by organ system. Registrants will necropsy a piglet while being instructed and supervised by a diagnostic pathologist. Fee: $70 Limit: 20

Dr. Steve Thompson / Dr. Dan Meakin - Dragons in Your Home: America’s Favorite Lizard

1:00

1:50

Attendees will learn and practice techniques introduced in the morning lectures, such as how to properly fit and teach a dog to wear a basket muzzle, to use two basic towel wraps for restraining cats, how to teach a pet to readily take a pill and how to trade a dog for a guarded item. Attendees will also have the opportunity to practice the techniques of systematic desensitization and counter-conditioning for basic routine handling, such as examining ears and performing nail trims as time allows. Lab participants must attend morning lectures. Fee: $20 Limit: 40

Dr. Steve Thompson / Dr. Dan Meakin - Treating Chelonians. Don’t be Frightened by the Shell

2:00

2:50

Break

3:10

Dr. Lori Corriveau - Sugar Gliders: Are Your Clients Sweet on Them Yet?

4:00

Dr. Lori Corriveau - Hedgehogs: A Ball of Prickly Fun for the Veterinarian

4:10

5:00

Friday Sept. 12, 2014 7:00

Equine Track Dr. Jodi Lovejoy - Animal Welfare: An Introduction

7:00

WEDNESDAY SPECIAL EVENTS

APHIS Module 7:50 8:00

7:50

Dr. Jan Hawkins - Standing Surgery of Horses

8:50 9:00

9:50 10:10

8:50

Dr. Jan Hawkins - Alcohol Fusion of Distal Hock Joints

Break Dr. Zdenek Zert - Congenital and Acquired Developmental Tendon Disorders in the Foal

11:00 11:10

8:00

9:00

9:50

12:00

AWARDS CELEBRATION 5:30 p.m. Reception 6:30 p.m. Dinner PMU North Ballroom $45/General, $20/Student

THURSDAY SPECIAL EVENTS

11:10

12:00

EXHIBITS OPEN 7:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. PMU North and South Ballrooms DEAN’S CLUB LUNCHEON 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. PMU West Faculty Lounge DR. JACK & NAOMI STOCKTON LECTURE 4:30 p.m. - 5:20 p.m. Loeb Playhouse

Lunch 1:00

IVTA LUNCHEON 11:30 a.m. - 12:45 p.m. PMU West Faculty Lounge $15/Person

10:10

11:00

Dr. Annette Petersen - Allergy Testing 1

EXHIBITS OPEN 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. PMU North and South Ballrooms

1:00

MEET ME @ THE MIXER 5:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. PMU North and South Ballrooms

1:50

1:50

2:00

2:00

FRIDAY SPECIAL EVENTS

Dr. Annette Petersen - Allergy Testing 2

Dr. Annette Petersen - Dermatophytosis (Ringworm)

2:50 3:10

1964 CLASS REUNION DINNER 5:30 p.m. Holiday Inn City Centre 2:50

Break

3:10

1989 CLASS REUNION DINNER 5:30 p.m. PMU West Faculty Lounge

Dr. Annette Petersen - Dermatophylis (Rainrot)

SATURDAY SPECIAL EVENTS 4:00 4:10

5:00

Dr. Luana Nan - Understanding Compassion Fatigue Strategies for Prevention and Alleviation

4:10

5:00

DR. SKIP JACKSON DOG JOG 8:00 a.m. Lynn Hall

SPONSORS

Sponsorship opportunities still available. Contact: Marti Burns @ 765-494-0611 or mhburns@purdue.edu

SEPTEMBER 9 - 13, 2014 Purdue University Campus West Lafayette, IN

PURDUE VETERINARY MEDICINE

FALL CONFERENCE Check One:

□ Veterinarian □ Vet Tech / Non-PU Vet Tech Students □ Special Events Only - Non CE □ Other Professional Staff / Practice Managers / Shelter Staff - One Day 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) \ Schools _____________________________________________________________________ Company ______________________________________________________________________________ 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 Meet Me @ Mixer •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 8/25/14

$325

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

$175 $175

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Retired Veterinary Technicians (Retired and over 65)

$100

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Other Professional Staff / Practice Managers (One Day Only)

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Shelter Medicine Staff (Fri. Only)

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Guests

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(Office Managers, Biologists, Regulatory, Research Scientists)

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

All guests must be registered. Guest fee includes: Tuesday Elanco lecture, entrance to exhibit hall and Meet Me @ The Mixer. Some events require additional fees.

Special Events Only - Non CE

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

Wednesday, September 10 Box Lunch Indiana Vet Tech Association Luncheon Awards Celebration (General Reservation) Awards Celebration (Student Fee)

See Events for Fees

Additional Fees May Apply Cost $12.00 $15.00 $45.00 $20.00

REGISTRATION CONTINUED ON BACK

Qty

Total $ $ $ $

Special Events/Workshops/Meal Options Thursday, September 11

Box Lunch Dean's Club Luncheon (Dean's Club Members) Become a Dean's Club Member

Continued Cost

$12.00 $30.00 A Gift of $500.00 or More

Qty

$ $ $

Veterinary Technology Lab: Critical Thinking

$25.00

$

Veterinary Technology Lab: Interpreting Labels

$25.00

$

Complimentary with registration

$

$12.00 $20.00 $70.00 $70.00 $50.00 $50.00

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

Meet Me @ Mixer

Please register to attend this event so we may have a projected number of attendees.

Friday, September 12

Box Lunch Shelter Medicine Hands-On Behavior Lab Necropsy Lab A.M. Necropsy Lab P.M. Class of 1964 Dinner Class of 1989 Dinner

Special Events/Meals Subtotal

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

Cost

Qty

$

$30.00

Total

$ $

Roger L. Lukens Vet Tech Scholarship Fund

$

Other

$ $

$25.00

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

0.00

$

Education Scholarship Fund

Proceedings Thumb Drive

Total

PVM 2014 Fall Conference Registration Grand Total Make checks payable to Purdue University or pay by credit card below.

$

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 9, 2014 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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A full refund will be granted if a request is received by August 25, 2014. 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 9th, 2014 Purdue Kampen Course 1300 Cherry Lane, West Lafayette, IN

Purdue Kampen Golf Course

Schedule of Events: Registration: 11:00 am.—12:15 pm. Driving Range Opens: 11:00 am. 12:00 pm. Shotgun Start: 12:30 pm. Appetizers/ Awards Announcement:: 5:30 pm.

The Indiana 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 Kampen 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 pm. 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.

pany or clinic’s logo will be featured on the hole sponsor sign. Please email your logo to lisa@invma.org.

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 com-

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, 2014 Method of Payment Visa MasterCard

AMX

Check one:

Discover

College/Class

Check

Open Division

Hole Sponsor: Company/Clinic/Class Name:

Name

Golf, 1/2 Cart & Lunch $95 per person

Address

Quantity: _______________________________ Lunch Only : $20 per person Quantity: _______________________________

Phone Credit Card # Signature

Email Exp.

CVV #

Mail to: Indiana Animal Health Foundation

Class Division

Total Due : $____________________________

$250.00 $95.00

$20.00

201 South Capitol Avenue, Suite 405 Indianapolis, IN 46225 Phone: 317-974-0888 Fax: 317-974-0985

For all Foursomes: Please include the names of your teammates. If you do not have a foursome, you will be paired with other players. 1. _________________________ 2. _________________________ 3. _________________________ 4. _________________________

College of Veterinary Medicine Office of Lifelong Learning Lynn Hall, Room 2121 625 Harrison St West Lafayette, IN 47907

Register Online Now! www.vet.purdue.edu/fallconference


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