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FALL PURDUE VETERINARY MEDICINE

CONFERENCE

Updated Program August 20, 2012

PROGRAM

2012

SEPT 18-21

Back On Campus

Welcome!

Welcome to the Purdue Veterinary Medicine 2012 Fall Conference. We are so pleased to have this year’s conference back on Purdue’s Campus where it belongs. Wednesday and Thursday Continuing Education (CE) Sessions will be held at PU Stewart Center. Friday sessions and workshops will be held at PU Stewart Center and Lynn Hall. See each workshop and special event for campus location and fees. The annual conference is designed to provide CE for the entire veterinary team. Unless otherwise noted, all conference sessions and special events are open to DVMs, veterinary technicians, students and the entire veterinary team.

CE Opportunities and Proof of Attendance

One 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 2012 Fall Conference. It is your responsiblilty to document which sessions you attend and the number of hours you receive.

Registration

Register online at www.vet.purdue.edu/fallconference or mail/fax the attached registration form. Early registration fees are available until Sept. 1. After Sept. 1, 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, Sept. 19 and Thursday, Sept. 20. On Friday Sept. 21, 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 tag.

Conference Registration Options:

Full Conference (3 Days) provides: •Tuesday evening Pet Tribute Garden Anniversary Reception and Elanco Lecture (no fee, but registration required) •All Wednesday, Thursday and Friday morning CE Sessions •Entrance to the Exhibit Hall with complimentary refreshments •Wednesday Medicine Mixer/Auction (no fee, but registration required) Single day registrations are also available. Additional fees may be required for special events and Friday workshops. Please see each event for details.

Exhibitor Booths

Exhibitor booths will be open from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 19 and Thursday, Sept. 20 in Stewart Center 214/218. Morning and afternoon refreshments will be served in the Exhibit Hall. Plan to visit the new exhibit area frequently throughout your conference stay.

Proceedings

Proceedings are available in both PDF and eReader format at no cost to conference registrants via the PVM Fall Conference website. Registrants will receive a password via email to access the online proceedings. A flash drive containing conference proceedings also may be purchased at the registration desk 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. Parking options include: shuttles from off campus locations, Grant Street Garage visitor parking and a limited number of ‘A’ parking passes. More information about parking can be found at the Fall Conference website: www.vet.purdue.edu/2012fallconference/parking/

Conference Overview Tuesday, September 18, 2012

11:00 a.m. IAHF/PVM Brunch & Golf Outing 5:30 p.m. Pet Tribute Garden Anniversary Reception and Elanco Lecture

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

8:00 a.m.-5:10 p.m. Concurrent CE Tracks for Vet Tech, Small Animal, Professional 11:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m. IVTA Luncheon 5:30 p.m. Combined Medicine Mixer and Auction

Thursday, September 20, 2012

7:00 a.m.-5:10 p.m. Concurrent CE Tracks for Equine, Vet Tech Specialties, Research, Food Animal, Small Animal and Industrial Partners 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Dean’s Club Luncheon 4:20 p.m.-5:10 p.m. Dr. Jack & Naomi Stockton Lecture with Dr. Mike Cranfield, Mountain Gorilla Veterinary Project 5:30 p.m. Awards Celebration

Friday, September 21, 2012 8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Vet Tech Specialty Workshops Shelter Medicine Blood Donor Dog Program Case Studies in Hematology Ask the Professor Small Groups

8:00 a.m.

Dr. Skip Jackson Dog Jog

Saturday, September 22, 2012

Priority 4 Paws : Mobile Surgery Unit

Friday, Sept. 21, 2012 Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine has launched a new surgery unit on wheels that will serve the needs of animal shelters in Indiana while also expanding opportunities for DVM veterinary students. Named “Priority 4 Paws,” the new trailer, was funded with support from PetSmart Charities, the Tony Stewart Foundation, the Ryan Newman Foundation, Midmark and LifeLine Mobile. A three week elective block, “Shelter Medicine and Surgery,” has been designed to allow fourth-year students two weeks on the road with the surgery unit and one week with a veterinarian at a humane society or shelter. A formal public dedication ceremony is planned for Friday, September 21, 3:00 p.m. at the West Entrance of Stewart Center. Tours will be from 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Purdue Veterinary Medicine Tours

Wednesday, Thursday, Friday See what’s new at Purdue Veterinary Medicine by taking a Guided Tour during Fall Conference Week. Tour Schedule : Wednesday, Sept. 19th Thursday, Sept. 20th Friday, Sept. 21st 11:30 a.m. 11:30 a.m. 12:15 p.m. 11:40 a.m. 11:40 a.m. 11:50 a.m. 11:50 a.m. Tours begin at the Conference Information Table located right inside the Harrison Street East Entrance to Lynn Hall. Space is limited. Please pick up a tour ticket at the PVM Alumni exhibit booth

Mark your calendars:

PVM Fall Conference 2013 -September 10-13, 2013 PVM Fall Conference 2014 -September 9-12, 2014

Special Events Descriptions IAHF/PVM Golf Outing Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2012 Join us for a fun and exciting round of golf prior to the start of the Purdue Veterinary Medicine Fall Conference! This year’s 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 site www.vet.purdue.edu/2012fallconference/registration or mail in the attached form. We are excited about this partnership – plan to attend!

Pet Tribute Garden Anniversary Reception and Elanco Lecture Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2012

Please join us Tuesday night at 5:30 p.m. to get your conference week off to a great start as we celebrate the 5-year anniversary of the Dolores McCall Pet Tribute Garden, a Gift from the Class of 1972, located just outside of the Small Animal Hospital. After the short program, a reception with hors d’oeuvres will occur in the Continuum Café in Lynn Hall. At 7:00 p.m., immediately following the anniversary reception, the Elanco Lecture for the Center for the Human-Animal Bond welcomes Dr. Susan Prieto-Welch, Director CAPS Program, who will explore the topic of grief associated with pet loss. (1 CE Credit)

Dean’s Club Luncheon

Thursday, Sept. 20, 2012 Dean Willie Reed hosts an appreciation event each fall for members of the PVM Dean’s Club. Dr. Lisa Greenhill, Associate Executive Director for Institutional Research and Diversity at the Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges, will be our guest presenter. She will speak on: Key Findings from the DiVersity Matters College Climate Survey. This year’s luncheon will be held at the Dauch Alumni Center with transportation provided from the west entrance of Stewart Center to Dauch. Transportation will leave Stewart Center at 11:15 a.m. and the luncheon will officially begin at 11:30 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, select the membership option on your registration form or call 800-830-0104 to talk with a member of the Office of Advancement Team.

Dr. Jack & Naomi Stockton Lecture The Mountain Gorilla Veterinary Project

Thursday, Sept. 20, 2012 Don’t miss this fascinating lecture about The Mountain Gorilla Veterinary Project (MGVP). MGVP is dedicated to saving the lives of critically-endangered mountain gorillas. Dr. Mike Cranfield, CoDirector of MGVP, will share captivating stories and photos about the international team of veterinarians, the Gorilla Doctors, who provide wild mountain gorillas with direct, hands-on care. The Gorilla Doctors regularly monitor the health of gorilla groups to ensure the early detection of disease and injury. When gorillas suffer from human-induced or life-threatening trauma or disease, the Gorilla Doctors stage medical interventions to save their lives. (1 CE Credit)

Awards Celebration

Combined Medicine Mixer & Auction

Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2012 Don’t miss this complimentary event in the Purdue Memorial Union (PMU) Ballrooms that celebrates reunion classes and supports scholarships and other student-related projects. The evening is sure to be full of laughs, friendly competition and memories. Heavy hors d’oeuvres will be served.

Indiana Veterinary Technicians Association (IVTA) Luncheon Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2012

In addition to the annual business meeting, this year’s IVTA luncheon will offer a lecture by Dr. Bianca Zenor, a Practice Development Veterinarian from Hills Pet Nutrition, Inc. Dr. Zenor will speak on: A New Tool in the Management of GI Diseases. According to Dr. Zenor, “When it comes to GI problems, the right nutrition makes all the difference. Now your toughest canine GI cases can be managed with a diet that is not only low in fat, but helps to soothe, protect and restore the GI tract.” Please join us to catch up on the latest IVTA news, meet with friends, enjoy the food and collect an hour of CE credit all over the lunch hour! (1 CE Credit) An equal access/equal opportunity institution

Thursday, Sept. 20, 2012 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 North Ballroom. Following dinner, heartwarming videos featuring the award recipients and their nominators will showcase these exceptional Purdue Veterinary Medicine family members. Congratulations: 2012 Distinguished Alumnus Award Winners: Dr. Ron DeHaven and Dr. Max Rodibaugh 2011 Veterinary Technology Outstanding Teaching Award Winner: Liane Shaw, RVT

2012 Dr. Skip Jackson Dog Jog

Saturday, Sept. 22, 2012 The new Dr. Skip Jackson Dog Jog combines the annual Road Race and the student-run Dog Jog for a great event that embraces the rich tradition and history of Purdue Veterinary Medicine. This 5K run/ walk, sponsored by McAfee Animal Hospital, 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 22, 2012, the conclusion of the Fall Conference week. All proceeds will go to the PetSafe Program, a community service offered by Purdue University’s 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

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Vet Tech I

Vet Tech II

Aquatic Animal Program

Stew 202

Stew 206

Stew 314

Dr. Andrew Beardow Cardiac Drugs, the Ones We Use and Why We Use Them

Jamie Schoenbeck Walsh Compassion Fatigue: The Emotional Abyss

Dr. Chris Weeks Global Aquaculture: Where is it Going and Why?

Sponsored by Boehringer Ingelheim

Dr. Andrew Beardow Managing a Murmur: The Team Approach

10:50

Sponsored by Hill’s Pet Nutrition, Inc.

Dr. Allen Cannedy Small Ruminant Zoonotic Diseases

Dr. Jan Hawkins The Technician’s Role in Equine Colic Sponsored by Hill’s Pet Nutrition, Inc.

11:10

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12:10

Indiana Veterinary Technicians Association (IVTA) Luncheon PMU West Faculty Lounge

12:30

Cheryl Hurd Basic Abdominal Ultrasound

1:30

Dr. Bianca Zenor A New Tool in the Management of GI Diseases

2:10 2:30

Connie Han Radiographic Positioning: Secrets to Making Perfect Radiographs

2:50

3

Dr. Matt Beal CPCR 2012

3:50

44:10 4:30 4:50

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5:10

Dr. Jennifer Strasser An Ounce of Biosecurity... Worth More Than a Pound of Cure Sponsored by Indiana Soybean Alliance

Dr. Allen Cannedy Camelid Behavior

Dr. Jena Questen KHV, the Disease, Prevalence and Prevention

8:50 9:10 9:30 9:50 10:10 10:30 10:50 11:10 11:30 11:50 12:10 12:30 12:50 1:10

Sponsored by Novartis Cavoy

Dr. Jena Questen Adding Fish to Private Practice

1:50 2:10 2:30

Sponsored by Hill’s Pet Nutrition, Inc.

Dr. Tracey Ritzman Air Sacs and Eggs: Avian Emergency Care Sponsored by Hill’s Pet Nutrition, Inc.

Dr. Matt Beal Promoting Safe Transfusion Medicine Practices

8:30

1:30

Sponsored by Indiana Soybean Alliance

30 Minute Break - Visit the Exhibit Hall

3:10 3:30

Dr. Jan Hawkins The Technician’s Role in Equine Fracture Stabilization Sponsored by Hill’s Pet Nutrition, Inc.

1:50

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Sponsored by Indiana Soybean Alliance

Lunch

12:50

11:10

Dr. Chris Weeks Health Maintenance in Aquaculture

Dr. Steve Hart Soy in Aquaculture

11:30 11:50

Sponsored by Indiana Soybean Alliance

30 Minute Break - Visit the Exhibit Hall

10:10

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Jamie Schoenbeck Walsh Team Communication: Perception vs. Reality

Sponsored by Boehringer Ingelheim

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10:30

Sponsored by Hill’s Pet Nutrition, Inc.

8:10

Dr. Tracey Ritzman Ferret Emergency Conditions and Critical Care Sponsored by Hill’s Pet Nutrition, Inc.

Wednesday Sept. 19, 2012

Dr. Jena Questen Non-Lethal Diagnostic Testing

2:50 3:10 3:30 3:50

Sponsored by Indiana Soybean Alliance

Dr. Jena Questen Husbandry of Common Pet Fish

4:10 4:30 4:50

Sponsored by Indiana Soybean Alliance

5:10

Small Animal I

Small Animal II

Stew 302

Stew 306

Professional Development: Sharpening Up Your Clinic’s “Brand” Stew 322

8:10 8:30

Dr. Don Waldron Hepatobiliary Surgery: Biopsy to Lobectomy

Dr. Tracey Ritzman Ferret Endocrine Conditions: Diagnosis and Treatment

Sponsored by Pfizer Animal Health

8:50 9:10

Dr. Don Waldron Exploratory Celiotomy

Dr. Tracey Ritzman The Bald Bird

Dr. Dan McQuiston / Bill Schroeder What is your “brand” in the eyes of your clients?

9:30

Sponsored by Pfizer Animal Health

9:50

30 Minute Break - Visit the Exhibit Hall

10:10 10:30 10:50

Dr. Dan McQuiston / Bill Schroeder How do your clients determine the “value” of your services?

Dr. Don Waldron Essential Abdominal Surgical Techniques

Dr. Tomo Inoue Are You Going to Anesthetize These Little Creatures?

Dr. Dan McQuiston/Bill Schroeder How can you get everyone in your clinic to think about promoting the “brand”? Sponsored by Pfizer Animal Health

11:10 11:30 11:50

Lunch

12:10

Visit the Exhibit Hall

Lunch CE Lecture and Panel

Dr. Richard Goebel Can Practice Success Impact Scholarships AND Your Retirement?

8:10

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8:30 8:50 9:10

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9:30 9:50

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10:10 10:30 10:50

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11:10 11:30 11:50

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12:10

12:30

12:30

12:50

12:50

1:10

Dr. Andrew Beardow Managing a Murmur: Between the Practitioner and Dog Owner

Dr. Don Waldron Laryngeal Paralysis in Dogs

1:30

Sponsored by Boehringer Ingelheim

1:50 2:10 2:30

Dr. Gary Lantz Management of Selected Facial Fractures

Sponsored by Boehringer Ingelheim

2:50

Dr. Jose Ramos-Vara Mast Cell Tumors Part 1

3:50

Dr. Dan Hogan The Team Approach to Congestive Heart Failure Sponsored by Boehringer Ingelheim

4:10 4:30

Sponsored by Pfizer Animal Health

Dr. Kyle Hultgren / Wil Gwin Safe Medication Practices and Service Expansion Sponsored by Pfizer Animal Health

30 Minute Break - Visit the Exhibit Hall

3:10 3:30

Dr. Andrew Beardow Managing a Canine Patient with Heart Failure Before You Get the Echo

Dr. Dan McQuiston/Bill Schroeder What are some action steps using social media that you can take to enhance your brand?

Dr. Mike Childress Mast Cell Tumors Part 2

Dr. Henry Green III Congenital Heart Diseases

4:50 Sponsored by Boehringer Ingelheim

5:10

8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Exhibit Hall Open (Stewart Center 214/218) 5:30 p.m.

Combined Medicine Mixer & Auction (PMU Ballrooms)

Dr. Kyle Hultgren / Wil Gwin The Business Case for Safety

1:10 1:30 1:50 2:10

Dr. Allen Cannedy Increasing Private Practice Revenue Through Diversity Sponsored by Pfizer Animal Health

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2:30 2:50 3:10

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3:30 3:50

Sponsored by Pfizer Animal Health

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4:10

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4:30 4:50 5:10

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Wednesday Sept. 19, 2012

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Vet Tech Specialties

Hot Topics: Research

Food Animal Program

Stew 202

Stew 206

Stew 310

Sunrise CE Lecture

7:10 7:30

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7:50 8:10 8:30

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9:30

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Danielle Buchanan Becoming a Veterinary Technician Specialist

Dr. Leah Cohn Canine Ehrlichiosis: It’s Complicated

Sponsored by IDEXX Laboratories

8:50 9:10

Danielle Buchanan Aspergillosis: A Nosey Situation

Dr. Leah Cohn Feline Cytauxzoonosis Sponsored by IDEXX Laboratories

9:50

10:50

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Danielle Buchanan Feeding Tubes: The NE, E and the PEG

Dr. Leah Cohn Urinary Tract Infection: Common but not Always Simple Sponsored by

11:50

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12:10

Industrial Partners

Lunch Visit the Exhibit Hall

Lunch CE Lecture

2

Kim Sederquist Physical Exam of the Cardiac Patient

Dr. Ron Riegel Clinical Application of Laser Therapy in Practice

Harry Latshaw, MS, RVT, VTS “Vaporizer, Vaporizer, Who’s Got the Vaporizer?”

2:30

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3:50

Kim Sederquist A Puppy with a Murmur, Hmmm... Top 3 Canine Congenital Defects

Dr. James Stepusin Ticks and Tick Control in Your Backyard Sponsored by

4:30

Dr. Jack & Naomi Stockton Lecture:

4:50

Mountain Gorilla Veterinary Project

5:10

Dr. Mike Cranfield

Thursday Sept. 20, 2012

8:30

9:10 9:30 9:50 10:10

Dr. Duane Murphy New, Unusual and Re-emerging Diseases Seen at the ADDL

10:30 10:50 11:10 11:30 11:50

Visit the Exhibit Hall

12:10 12:30 12:50

Dr. Jan Hawkins Porcine Surgery

1:10 1:30 1:50

Dr. John Baker Porcine Circovirus-A Practitioner’s Observations and Experiences

2:10 2:30 2:50

30 Minute Break - Visit the Exhibit Hall

3:10

4 4:10

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Sponsored by Vetamac, Inc.

2:50

3:30

Dr. Allen Cannedy Common Procedures for Small Ruminant and Camelid Practitioners

Sponsored by Companion Laser Therapy

Kim Sederquist The PQRSTs of ECGs

8:10

8:50

Sponsored by Companion Laser Therapy

1:50 2:10

Lew Runnels Lecture

Dr. Ron Riegel The Scientific Basis of Laser Therapy

12:50

1:30

Dr. Allen Cannedy Practice Tips for Small Ruminant and Camelid Private Practitioners

Lunch

Stew 206

12:30

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7:50

IDEXX Laboratories

11:10

11:30

7:30

30 Minute Break - Visit the Exhibit Hall

10:10

10:30

7:10

Dr. Lynn Guptill MRSA In Your Practice: How Common Is It? How Do You Handle It?

3:10

Dr. Nicole Olynk Driving Forces in US Swine and Dairy Markets

Merial

3:30 3:50 4:10 4:30

Loeb Playhouse PU Stewart Center 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

4:50 5:10

Exhibit Hall Open

(Stewart Center 214/218)

Dean’s Club Luncheon (Dauch Alumni Center)

Small Animal III

Small Animal IV

Update of Infectious Diseases in the Horse

Stew 302

Stew 306

Stew 314

7:10

7:10

7:30

7:30

7:50

7:50

8:10

Dr. Nolie Parnell Management of Anorexia

Dr. Matt Beal Tracheal Collapse: Old Disease; Newer Treatment Options

8:30

Dr. Nicola Pusterla EHV-1 Myeloencephalopathy: New Insights from Recent Outbreaks

8:50 9:10

Dr. Nolie Parnell GI Disease and Nutrition

9:50

Dr. Richard Nelson Thyroid Disease: The Confusion Persists

9:10

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9:30

30 Minute Break - Visit the Exhibit Hall

10:10

10:50

Dr. Nicola Pusterla Tick-Borne Diseases in Horses

Dr. Matt Beal Approach to the Patient with Respiratory Distress

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8:30 8:50

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10:30

8:10

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Dr. Nicola Pusterla Recent Insights into Equine Protozoal Myeloencephalitis

Dr. Matt Beal Approach to the Patient with Thoracic Trauma

9:50

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10:10 10:30 10:50

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11:10

11:10

11:30

11:30

11:50

Lunch

12:10

Visit the Exhibit Hall

11:50

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12:10

12:30

12:30

12:50

12:50

1:10 1:30

Dr. Richard Nelson Treatment and Monitoring Strategies for Diabetics

Dr. Matt Beal Approach to the Patient with Abdominal Trauma

Dr. Nicola Pusterla Equine Proliferative Enteropathy: Infection by Lawsonia Intracellularis

1:50 2:10 2:30

Dr. Richard Nelson Dealing with the Problematic Diabetic

Dr. Wendy Townsend Canine Ophthalmology: A-Z, Part 1

Dr. Sandra Taylor Clostridial Diseases of Equids

3:50

30 Minute Break - Visit the Exhibit Hall Dr. Richard Nelson Curve Balls in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Hyperadrenocorticism

Dr. Wendy Townsend Canine Ophthalmology: A-Z, Part 2

4:50

Dr. Stacy Tinkler Strategic Deworming in Horses

5:10

3:10

3:50

Dr. Jack & Naomi Stockton Lecture:

Mountain Gorilla Veterinary Project

5:30 p.m. Reception 6:30 p.m. Dinner

Awards Celebration (PMU North Ballroom)

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3:30

4:10

Dr. Mike Cranfield

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2:30

4:10 4:30

2:10

2:50

3:10

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1:30 1:50

2:50

3:30

1:10

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4:30

Loeb Playhouse PU Stewart Center

4:50 5:10

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Thursday Sept. 20, 2012

Shelter Medicine Stew 202

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8:10 8:30 8:50

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Community Service: Blood Donor Dog Program Stew 206

Dr. Nancy Ferguson Pediatric Spay/Neuter

Dr. Catharine Scott-Moncrieff and Danielle Buchanan The Nuts and Bolts Sponsored by Maddie’s Shelter of Managing a Blood Donation Program

Dr. Carol Ecker How to Run a Shelter on a Dime Sponsored by Maddie’s Shelter

Dr. Sara Bennett Interpreting Canine Body Language Sponsored by Maddie’s Shelter

Dr. Sara Bennett Behavior Assessments for Shelter Dogs Sponsored by Maddie’s Shelter

Vet Tech Specialty Workshops

Clinical Pathology Ask the Professor Lynn Hall 1192 Workshop

Kim Sederquist / Carrie LaCombe ECG Workshop This workshop is designed to assist with ECG interpretation using a step by step approach.

Case Studies in Hematology for DVMs and Vet Techs

Lynn Hall 2191/2213 Lynn Hall 1214

Dr. Pete Bill Good Drugs Gone Bad: Case Studies in Therapeutic Misadventures

The Purdue Clinical Pathology Faculty will offer a full day course (limit 20) for veterinarians and veterinary Lynn Hall technicians. (limit 20) 2191 Technicians with Sponsored by some hematologic Elanco $25/person $30/person experience will achieve the greatest benefit. Dr. Lynn Guptill Danielle Buchanan Dr. Paula Johnson Small Animal Percutaneous (limit 45) Meet the Infectious Diseases Endoscopic Beneficiaries Roundtable Gastronomy (PEG) Tube Placement (limit 20) Sponsored by Sponsored by Elanco (limit 15)

Sheryl Walker Hands-On Behavior Assessments After a live demonstration, participants will be guided on conducting behavior assessments with shelter dogs using the Match-Up II Shelter Dog Rehoming Program. (This session is filled.) Sponsored by Maddie’s Shelter

8:30 8:50

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Lynn Hall 2213

$30/person

11:50

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Lunch on Your Own Shuttle to Afternoon Session at Almost Home Humane Society

8:10

11:10

$25/person

Box Lunch Provided

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Lunch on Your Own

Lunch Provided

Lunch on Your Own

12:10 12:30 12:50

Community Service Track: Blood Donor Dog Program (cont.) Participants can meet the Blood Donor Dog Team and take part in the dog park dedication. Tours to observe blood collection, separation and storage will be offered. Attendees may also donate to the American Red Cross human blood drive. Sponsored by Elanco

3:50

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4:10

Kim Sederquist / Carrie LaCombe ECG Workshop Repeated from 8:00 a.m. (limit 20) Lynn Hall 2191 $25/person

Case Studies in Hematology for DVMs and Vet Techs (cont.)

Dr. Jeff Ko Ask Dr. Ko! General Anesthetic Questions

Case studies will emphasize blood smear evaluation with associated CBC data as the main approach to illustrate key principles in identification and interpretation of important hematologic abnormalities seen in small animal practice.

(limit 20)

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Friday Sept. 21, 2012

1:10 1:30 1:50

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2:10 2:30

$30/person

Dr. Mike Childress Tips in Managing Small Animal Oncology Cases (limit 20)

(Entire Workshop 8 CE Credits)

2:50

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$300/DVM $200/Vet Tech

$30/person

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PURDUE VETERINARY MEDICINE

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SEPTEMBER 18 - 21, 2012 Purdue University Campus West Lafayette, IN

FALL CONFERENCE

□ Veterinarian (10296) □ Vet Tech / Non-PU Vet Tech Students (10364) □ Other Professionals-Aquatic Animal Wed. Only (10611) □ Shelter Medicine Staff - Friday Only (10577) □ Practice Managers-Professional Development Wed. Only (10365) 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 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: •Tuesday Pet Tribute Garden Anniversary Reception and Elanco Lecture •All Wednesday and Thursday Continuing Education Sessions •Wednesday Medicine Mixer/Auction •Entrance to the Exhibit Hall with complimentary refreshments during Wednesday and Thursday Sessions •Friday Morning CE Session - Shelter Medicine •Friday Session - Blood Donor Dog Program

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

Registration Options

Full Wednesday Conference Only

Veterinarians

Thursday Only

Friday Only

Late Fee after 9/1/12

$300

$175

$175

$100

$50

$

Retired Veterinarians Vet Tech/ Non-PU Vet Tech Students Practice Managers / Other Professional Staff (Wed. Only)

$150 $150 ---

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--$75 ---

$50 $25 $25

$ $ $

Shelter Medicine Staff (Fri. Only)

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$30

$25

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(Office Managers, Biologists, Regulatory, Research Scientists)

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

Special Events/Workshops/Meal Options Tuesday, September 18

Pet Tribute Garden Anniversary Reception and Elanco Lecture Please register to attend this event so we may have a projected number of attendees.

Wednesday, September 19 Boxed Lunch Indiana Vet Tech Assocation Luncheon Combined Medicine Mixer & Auction

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

Additional Fees May Apply Cost

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Complimentary

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$12.00 $12.00 Complimentary

$ $ $

REGISTRATION CONTINUED ON BACK

Special Events/Workshops/Meal Options Thursday, September 20

Boxed Lunch Dean's Club Luncheon (Dean's Club Members) Become a Dean's Club Member Awards Celebration (General Reservation) Awards Celebration (Student Fee, Limited Space) Awards Celebration (Table of Eight Sponsorship)

Friday, September 21

Continued Cost

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$12.00 $25.00 A Gift of $500.00 or More $40.00 $15.00 $400.00

$ $ $ $ $ $

(Space is Limited at Some of These Events - Be Sure to Register Early)

Shelter Medicine Hands-On Behavior Assessment Clinical Pathology: Case Studies in Hematology Basic ECG Workshop 8:00-9:50 a.m. PEG Tube Placement Workshop Basic ECG Workshop 1:00-2:50 p.m. Repeated from 8 a.m. Ask the Professor Small Groups Select all that you wish to attend

$15.00

$ $ $ $ $ $

$300.00/DVM or $200/Vet Tech $25.00 $25.00 $25.00 $30.00/ea.

□ Dr. Pete Bill □ Dr. Lynn Guptill □ Dr. Jeff Ko □ Dr. Mike Childress

Included with Full or Friday Registration

Community Service: Blood Donor Dog Program 8:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.

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

$

Special Events/Meals Subtotal Cost

$

Qty

Total

Registration Option Subtotal Special Events/Workshops/Meals Subtotal Donations

$ $

Education Scholarship Fund Roger L. Lukens Vet Tech Scholarship Fund

Proceedings Thumb Drive

$ $ $

$25.00

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

PVM 2012 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 18, 2012 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 765.494.2753.

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A full refund will be granted if a request is received by September 1, 2012. 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 #: 765.494.2753

More Information

For more information on registration, please e-mail Courtenay Murakowski, cmurakow@purdue.edu, or call 765.494.2753. 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 18, 2012 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 on this year’s 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 after the round in the Pavilion 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 ‘74) 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 September 10, 2012. 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: For all foursomes: Please include the names of your teammates. If you do not have a foursome, you will be paired with other players.

Total Due:

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

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PURDUE VETERINARY MEDICINE Fall Conference Continuing Education Form

This form will serve as your CE Certificate and is for your use only. It is intended to help you record the sessions that you attend while at the PVM Fall Conference, Sept. 18-21, 2012, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN. The entries that are checked on this form and accuracy of those entries are your responsibility. Documentation of this type is necessary for license renewal. It is possible to earn up to 26 credits of Continuing Education at the PVM 2012 Fall Conference. Name _____________________________________________ E-mail________________________________________ Address _________________________________________________________________________________________ Signature ____________________________ Total CE Credits Obtained_____ Date______________________________

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

□ 7:00 p.m. Dr. Susan Prieto-Welch Grief and Pet Loss (1)

Wednesday, September 19, 2012 Small Animal I □8:00 a.m. Dr. Don Waldron Hepatobiliary Surgery: Biopsy to Lobectomy (1) □9:00 a.m. Dr. Don Waldron Exploratory Celiotomy (1) □10:20 a.m. Dr. Don Waldron Essential Abdominal Surgical Techniques (1) □1:00 p.m. Dr. Don Waldron Laryngeal Paralysis in Dogs (1) □2:00 p.m. Dr. Gary Lantz Management of Selected Facial Fractures (1) □3:20 p.m. Dr. Jose Ramos-Vara Mast Cell Tumors Part 1 (1) □4:20 p.m. Dr. Mike Childress Mast Cell Tumors Part 2 (1)

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Small Animal II

Ferret Endocrine Conditions: Diagnosis and Treatment (1)

□8:00 a.m. Dr. Tracey Ritzman

□9:00 a.m. Dr. Tracey Ritzman The Bald Bird (1) □10:20 a.m. Dr. Tomo Inoue

Are You Going to Anesthetize These Little Creatures? (1) □1:00 p.m. Dr. Andrew Beardow Managing a Murmur: Between the Practitioner and Dog Owner (1) □2:00 p.m. Dr. Andrew Beardow Managing a Canine Patient with Heart Failure Before You Get the Echo (1) □3:20 p.m. Dr. Dan Hogan The Team Approach to Congestive Heart Failure (1) □4:20 p.m. Dr. Henry Green III Congenital Heart Diseases (1)

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Aquatic Animal Program

Global Aquaculture: Where is it Going and Why? (1)

□8:00 a.m. Dr. Chris Weeks

□9:00 a.m. Dr. Chris Weeks Health Maintenance in Aquaculture (1) □10:20 a.m. Dr. Jennifer Strasser

An Ounce of Biosecurity...Worth More Than a Pound of Cure (1) □11:10 a.m. Dr. Steve Hart Soy in Aquaculture (1) □12:30 p.m. Dr. Jena Questen KHV, the Disease, Prevalence and Prevention(1) □2:00 p.m. Dr. Jena Questen Adding Fish to Private Practice (1) □3:20 p.m. Dr. Jena Questen Non-Lethal Diagnostic Testing (1) □4:20 p.m. Dr. Jena Questen Husbandry of Common Pet Fish (1)

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Vet Tech I

Cardiac Drugs, the Ones We Use and Why We Use Them (1)

Managing a Murmur: The Team Approach (1)

□8:00 a.m. Dr. Andrew Beardow □9:00 a.m. Dr. Andrew Beardow □10:20 a.m. Dr. Allen Cannedy Small Ruminant Zoonotic Diseases (1)

Vet Tech I (Cont.) 1:00 p.m. Cheryl Hurd Basic Abdominal Ultrasound (1) 2:00 p.m. Connie Han Radiographic Positioning: Secrets to Making Perfect Radiographs (1) 3:20 p.m. Dr. Matt Beal CPCR 2012 (1) 4:20 p.m. Dr. Matt Beal Promoting Safe Transfusion Medicine Practices (1) Vet Tech II 8:00 a.m. Jamie Schoenbeck Walsh Compassion Fatigue: The Emotional Abyss (1) 9:00 a.m. Jamie Schoenbeck Walsh Team Communication: Perception vs. Reality (1) 10:20 a.m. Dr. Jan Hawkins The Technician’s Role in Equine Colic (1) 1:00 p.m. Dr. Jan Hawkins The Technician’s Role in Equine Fracture Stabilization (1) 2:00 p.m. Dr. Allen Cannedy Camelid Behavior (1) 3:20 p.m. Dr. Tracey Ritzman Air Sacs and Eggs: Avian Emergency Care (1) 4:20 p.m. Dr. Tracey Ritzman Ferret Emergency Conditions and Critical Care (1) Professional Development Sharpening Up Your Clinic’s “Brand” 8:00 a.m. Dr. Dan McQuiston/Bill Schroeder How Do Your Clients Determine the “Value” of your Services? (1) 9:00 a.m. Dr. Dan McQuiston/Bill Schroeder What is your “Brand” in the eyes of your clients? (1) 10:20 a.m. Dr. Dan McQuiston/Bill Schroeder Getting Everyone in your Clinic to Think About Promoting the “Brand” (1) 11:30 a.m. Dr. Richard Goebel Can Practice Success Impact Scholarships AND Your Retirement? (1) 1:00 p.m. Dr. Dan McQuiston/Bill Schroeder Using Social Media to Enhance Your Brand? (1) 2:00 p.m. Dr. Kyle Hultgren/Wil Gwin Safe Medication Practices and Service Expansion (1) 3:20 p.m. Dr. Kyle Hultgren/Wil Gwin The Business Case for Safety (1) 4:20 p.m. Dr. Allen Cannedy Increasing Private Practice Revenue Through Diversity (1) 11:30 a.m. IVTA Luncheon - Dr. Bianca Zenor A New Tool in the Mangement of GI Diseases (1)

Thursday, September 20, 2012 Vet Tech Specialties

□ 8:00 a.m. Danielle Buchanan

Small Animal III

□ 9:00 a.m. Danielle Buchanan Aspergillosis: A Nosey Situation (1) □ 10:20 a.m. Danielle Buchanan

Becoming a Veterinary Technician Specialist (1)

□ 8:00 a.m. Dr. Nolie Parnell Management of Anorexia (1) □ 9:00 a.m. Dr. Nolie Parnell GI Disease and Nutrition (1) □ 10:20 a.m. Dr. Richard Nelson

□ 1:00 p.m. Kim Sederquist Physical Exam of the Cardiac Patient (1) □ 2:00 p.m. Kim Sederquist The PQRSTs of ECGs (1) □ 3:20 p.m. Kim Sederquist

Feeding Tubes:The NE, E and the PEG (1)

□ 1:00 p.m. Dr. Richard Nelson □ 2:00 p.m. Dr. Richard Nelson

A Puppy with a Murmur, Hmm... Top 3 Canine Congenital Defects (1)

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Hot Topics: Research 7:00 a.m. Dr. Lynn Guptill MRSA In Your Practice: How Common Is It? How Do You Handle It? (1) 8:00 a.m. Dr. Leah Cohn Canine Ehrlichiosis: It’s Complicated (1) 9:00 a.m. Dr. Leah Cohn Feline Cytauxzoonosis (1) 10:20 a.m. Dr. Leah Cohn Urinary Tract Infection: Common but not Always Simple (1)

Dealing with the Problematic Diabetic (1)

□ 3:20 p.m. Dr. Richard Nelson

Curve Balls in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Hyperadrenocorticism (1) Small Animal IV

□ 8:00 a.m. Dr. Matt Beal

Tracheal Collapse: Old Disease; Newer Treatment Options (1)

□ 9:00 a.m. Dr. Matt Beal

Approach to the Patient with Respiratory Distress (1)

□ 10:20 a.m. Dr. Matt Beal

Approach to the Patient with Thoracic Trauma (1)

□ 1:00 p.m. Dr. Matt Beal

Food Animal Program 8:00 a.m. Dr. Allen Cannedy Practice Tips for Small Ruminant and Camelid Private Practitioners (1) 9:00 a.m. Dr. Allen Cannedy Common Procedures for Small Ruminant and Camelid Practitioners (1) 10:20 a.m. Dr. Duane Murphy New, Unusual and Re-emerging Diseases Seen at the ADDL (1) 1:00 p.m. Dr. Jan Hawkins Porcine Surgery (1) 2:00 p.m. Dr. John Baker Porcine Circovirus-A Practitioner’s Observations and Experiences (1) 3:20 p.m. Dr. Nicole Olynk Driving Forces in US Swine and Dairy Markets (1)

□ 9:00 a.m. Dr. Nicola Pusterla Tick-Borne Diseases in Horses (1) □ 10:20 a.m. Dr. Nicola Pusterla

Approach to the Patient with Abdominal Trauma (1)

□ 2:00 p.m. Dr. Wendy Townsend Canine Ophthalmology: A-Z, Part 1 (1)

□ 3:20 p.m. Dr. Wendy Townsend Canine Ophthalmology: A-Z, Part 2 (1)

Update of Infectious Diseases in the Horse

□ 8:00 a.m. Dr. Nicola Pusterla

EHV-1 Myeloencephalopathy: New Insights from Recent Outbreaks (1) Recent Insights into Equine Protozoal Myeloencephalitis (1)

□ 1:00 p.m. Dr. Nicola Pusterla

Equine Proliferative Enteropathy: Infection by Lawsonia Intracellularis (1)

□ 2:00 p.m. Dr. Sandra Taylor Clostridial Diseases of Equids (1) □ 3:20 p.m. Dr. Stacy Tinkler Strategic Deworming in Horses (1) □ 4:20 p.m. Dr. Jack And Naomi Stockton Lecture: Dr. Mike Cranfield Mountain Gorilla Veterinary Project (1)

Shelter Medicine

Community Service: Blood Donor Dog Program

□ 8:00 a.m. Dr. Nancy Ferguson Pediatric Spay/Neuter (1) □ 9:00 a.m. Dr. Carol Ecker

The Nuts and Bolts of Managing a Blood Donation Progam (2) 10:10 a.m. Dr. Paula Johnson Meet the Beneficiaries (2)

□ 10:00 a.m. Dr. Sara Bennett

□ 8:00 a.m. Dr. Catharine Scott-Moncrieff/Danielle Buchanan Vet Tech Specialty Workshops

□ 8:00 a.m. Kim Sederquist/Carrie LaCombe ECG Workshop (2)

□ 10:10 a.m. Danielle Buchanan

Percutaneous Endoscopic Gastronomy (PEG) Tube Placement (2)

□ 1:00 p.m. Kim Sederquist/Carrie LaCombe ECG Workshop (2) (repeated from 8:00 a.m.)

Treatment and Monitoring Strategies for Diabetics (1)

Industrial Partners 12:00 p.m. Dr. Ron Riegel The Scientific Basis of Laser Therapy (1) 1:00 p.m. Dr. Ron Riegel Clinical Application of Laser Therapy in Practice (1) 2:00 p.m. Harry Latshaw “Vaporizer, Vaporizer, Who’s Got the Vaporizer?” (1) 3:20 p.m. Dr. James Stepusin Ticks and Tick Control in Your Backyard (1)

Friday, September 21, 2012

Thyroid Disease: The Confusion Persists (1)

Clinical Pathology Workshop 8:00 a.m. Purdue Clinical Pathology Faculty Case Studies in Hematology for DVMs and Vet Techs (8)

How to Run a Shelter on a Dime (1)

Interpreting Canine Body Language (1)

□ 11:00 a.m. Dr. Sara Bennett

Behavior Assessments for Shelter Dogs (1)

□ 1:00 p.m. Sheryl Walker

Hands-On Behavior Assessments (3) Ask the Professor

□ 8:00 a.m. Dr. Pete Bill Good Drugs Gone Bad (2) □ 10:00 a.m. Dr. Lynn Guptill Small Animal Infectious Diseases Roundtable (2)

□ 1:00 p.m. Dr. Jeff Ko

Ask Dr. Ko! General Anesthetic Questions (2)

□ 3:00 p.m. Dr. Mike Childress

Tips in Managing Small Animal Oncology Cases (2)

PVM 2012 Exhibitor List

Exhibitor Booths will be open from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Wednesday, September 19 and Thursday, September 20, 2012 Exhibitors AAHA/VMI Arthrex Vet Systems BASi / Vetronics Bayer Animal Health Boehringer Ingelheim C. Specialties, Inc. Ceva Animal Health Christian Icons & X-ray, LLC Companion Therapy Laser by LiteCure, LLC Cuattro, LLC Diamondback Drugs Elanco Elsevier, Saunders and Mosby Publishing Heska Corporation Hill’s Pet Nutrition, Inc. Iams/P&G Pet Care Indiana Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory at Purdue (ADDL) Indiana Veterinary Technicians Association (IVTA) Indianapolis Veterinary Referral InTouch Practice Communications Life Data Labs, Inc. Merck Merial Midwest Veterinary Supply MinXray, Inc. MiraVista Diagnostics Multimin USA, Inc. Northfield Instruments Novartis Animal Health Nutramax Laboratories, Inc. Paws and Remember Pfizer Animal Health PulseVet Technologies Purdue University Press Purdue Veterinary Alumni Association SCAVMA PVM Merchandise Store scil animal care Simmons Great Lakes U.S. Army Health Care Universal Imaging, Inc. Vetamac, Inc. Webster Veterinary Supply Wickliffe Veterinary Pharmacy Wiley Publishing

Booth Number

Stewart 2nd Floor Library Entrance Stewart 2nd Floor Library Entrance

Stewart 2nd Floor Library Entrance Stewart 2nd Floor Library Entrance Premier Lounge Room Premier Lounge Room

17 12 29 7 25 5 26 1 9 6 31 34 21 19 10 37 42 41 38 23 22 16 30 27 13 24 2 4 28 11 33 18 14 40 39 204 213 35 32 15 8 20 36 3

16

17

Refreshment Table

Christian Icons & X-ray, LLC

Multimin USA, Inc.

2

15

1

14

28 Novartis Animal Health

Refreshment Table

29

30

BASi/ Vetronics

Merial

Indianapolis Veterinary Referral

35 36

Veterinary Pharmacy

27 Midwest Veterinary Supply

37 38

Elanco

20

34

Paws and Remember

Webster Veterinary Supply

U.S. Army Health Care

Life Data InTouch MiraVista Labs Practice Diagnostics Communications

26 Ceva Animal Health

Elsevier, Saunders and Mosby

21

13

Diamondback Drugs

25 Boehringer Ingelheim

Iams/P&G Pet Care

22

12

Double Booths:

Simmons Great Lakes

23

19

Universal Imaging, Inc.

Single Booths:

24

18

Heska Corporation

11 Nutramax Laboratories, Inc.

AAHA / VMI

10 Hill’s Pet Nutrition, Inc.

PulseVet Technologies

C. Specialties Inc.

9 Companion Therapy Laser

MinXray Inc.

Northfield Instruments

8 Vetamac, Inc.

Arthrex Vet Systems

3

7 Bayer Animal Health

Pfizer Animal Health

4

6 Cuattro, LLC

Merck

5

Wiley Publishing

PVM 2012 FALL CONFERENCE EXHIBIT HALLS

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Registration Hours Wed/Thurs Stewart Center: 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Fri Stewart Center: 7:00 a.m. - noon Stockton Lecture Thursday 4:20-5:10 p.m.

Registration Exhibit Hall

West

East Foyer

SECOND FLOOR

scil animal care Exhibitor Premier Lounge

Booths 39-42

SCAVMA PVM Merchandise Store

Speaker Ready Room

THIRD FLOOR

Conference Headquarters

Conference Headquarters Speaker Ready Room

STEWART CENTER

FIRST FLOOR

Stewart Center West Entrance

Walk In Registration

Conference Sessions

A Special Thanks to Our Sponsors Gold & Black

Silver

Recognition

Bronze

Thank You!

The Fall Conference would not have been possible without the help of these people: Fall Conference Planning Committee Larry Adams Sandy Amass Marti Burns Amanda Farr

Paige Allen Pete Bill Kauline Davis Harm HogenEsch

Paula Johnson Jennifer Strasser Darryl Ragland

Purdue Veterinary Medicine Office of Advancement Purdue Veterinary Medicine Office of Lifelong Learning Purdue Veterinary Medicine Office of Engagement Purdue Veterinary Medicine Administration Business Office Purdue Veterinary Medicine Office of the Dean Purdue Extended Campus And... Thank you to all of the Conference Speakers & Moderators for their time and talent!

Other PVM Continuing Education Opportunities

Visit the Lifelong Learning page of the PVM website, www.vet.purdue.edu/ce, to learn about upcoming Workshops and Online CE opportunities.

INDIANA

CHALLENGE MATCH

ENRICHING THE LIVES OF FUTURE PURDUE VETERINARIANS AND VETERINARY TECHNICIANS Indiana is known for growing many things in the rich farming soil of the Midwest. One of the State’s best commodities, though, is the brainpower of its students. At Purdue, we want to be in the best position to cultivate Indiana’s best and brightest and turn them into Boilermakers. These students will become our next veterinary practitioners, specialists, researchers, teachers, food safety and public health experts, and veterinary nurses. Your contribution to the Indiana Challenge Match can make all the difference with scholarship money specifically for these in-state students. The $6.7 million Indiana Challenge Match issued by the Purdue University President’s Office will leverage private donations with matching funds, giving students the boost they need for a bright college future. These funds were made possible by one-time gains from university investments over the past year. The match will let you establish a scholarship endowment or immediate use scholarship with a cash gift of $12,500. To encourage larger endowments, a 10 percent bonus will be added to endowments for gifts of $25,000 and higher. This will allow your first endowed scholarship to be awarded the same year it is fully funded. Indiana Challenge Match scholarships must be unrestricted to allow Purdue to award scholarships for strategic enrollment needs. A donor, though, can designate funds to the College of Veterinary Medicine, diversity programs or other Purdue University unrestricted scholarships.

INDIANA’S BEST STUDENTS NEED YOUR HELP TODAY. MAKE AN IMPACT NOW. CONTACT US FOR MORE INFORMATION ON HOW YOU CAN GIVE: Jeff Spielman or Becky Hershey College of Veterinary Medicine Office of Advancement Lynn Hall, Room 1177 625 Harrison Street West Lafayette, IN 47907-2026 Phone: (765) 494-0791 spielman@purdue.edu

(765) 494-5032 bhershey@purdue.edu


2012 PVM Fall Conference