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BUILDING THE DYNAMIC VETERINARY TEAM

FVMA’s 84 ANNUAL CONFERENCE th

BUENA VISTA PALACE HOTEL & SPA (At the Walt Disney World® Resort)

APRIL 5-7, 2013 WORLD-CLASS CONTINUING EDUCATION FOR EVERY MEMBER OF THE VETERINARY TEAM!


Y o u r I n v i tat i o n t o At t e n d Membership Has Its Privileges Dear Colleague, It is an honor to personally invite you to join us this year for the FVMA’s 84th Annual Conference being held in Orlando, Florida. This year’s conference features an array of nationally-acclaimed speakers presenting more than 250 hours of cutting-edge continuing education. In addition to our lecture tracts, we are also featuring five innovative wet labs in laser therapy, ophthalmic surgery, abdominal ultrasound, dentistry and hematology. If you’re not already a member of the FVMA, I encourage you to join today and take advantage of a reduced conference registration fee. The FVMA represents more than 3,600 members and is committed to defending veterinary medicine and protecting your profession and livelihood. We constantly monitor legislative and regulatory issues that could affect your practice. The FVMA’s 84th Annual Conference provides an affordable opportunity to network professionally and socially with your colleagues while expanding skills and knowledge in veterinary medicine. There are also numerous Member Support Programs that will save money for both practice owners and associates. We hope you will join us at the Buena Vista Palace Hotel & Spa for this phenomenal continuing education opportunity. I look forward to seeing you in Orlando! Sincerely,

John R. Bass, DVM FVMA President

OFFERING MORE THAN 40 SPEAKERS PRESENTING MORE THAN 250 HOURS OF STIMULATING, QUALITY CONTINUING EDUCATION DELIVERED BY AN OUTSTANDING ARRAY OF NATIONALLY-ACCLAIMED SPEAKERS IN AN ENVIRONMENT THAT ENRICHES THE ENTIRE VETERINARY TEAM (A maximum of 18 credit hours can be earned at this conference.)

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SCHEDULE AT-A-GLANCE Friday, April 5, 2013 7:00 am – 6:00 pm Pre-registration Packet Pickup 7:00 am – 6:00 pm On-site Registration Open 8:00 am – 5:10 pm Continuing Education Sessions/ Wet Labs 11:30 am – 6:15 pm Marketplace Open 5:10 pm – 6:15 pm TGIF Exhibitors’ Reception 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm FVMA’s Awards Ceremony and Installation of Officers

Saturday, April 6, 2013 7:30 am – 6:00 pm 7:30 am – 6:00 pm 8:00 am – 5:50 pm 8:00 am – 4:00 pm 11:50 am – 1:00 pm 3:45 pm 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Pre-registration Packet Pickup On-site Registration Open Continuing Education Sessions/ Wet Labs Marketplace Open FVMA Business Luncheon Cover-All Bingo Raffle Drawings UF CVM Alumni & Friends Reception

Sunday, April 7, 2013 7:30 am – 12:00 pm 7:30 am – 12:00 pm 6:50 am – 7:50 am 8:00 am – 8:50 am 6:50 am – 7:50 am 9:00 am – 12:50 pm

Pre-registration Packet Pickup On-site Registration Open Disney Character Breakfast General Assembly−Steve Gilliland Christian Fellowship Breakfast Continuing Education Sessions/Wet Labs

This program has been submitted (but not yet approved) for 275 hours of continuing education credit in jurisdictions which recognize AAVSB RACE approval; however participants should be aware that some boards have limitations on the number of hours accepted in certain categories and/or restrictions on certain methods of delivery of continuing education. Call Diana Ruiz, FVMA Meetings and Events Coordinator, at (800) 992-3862 for further information. 2

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T H E F V M A’ S 8 4 TH A N N U A L C O N F E R E N C E FEATURED SPEAKERS

PROGRAM INDEX

Ms. Elaine Anthony Cytology/Urinalysis/Hematology

Dr. W. Lee Barteaux

Dr. Adam Birkenheuer

Internal Medicine

Internal Medicine

Dr. Brad J. Case Laser Therapy & Surgery

Dr. Terry Curtis

Dr. Tim Cutler

Dr. Eric Ferrell

Animal Behavior

Ophthalmology

Radiology

Dr. Charlotte Lacroix

Dr. Teresa Lightfoot

Dr. Victoria M. Lukasik

Dr. Steven Marks

Dr. Rick Alleman Clinical Pathology

4 | VETERINARIAN PROGRAM AT-A-GLANCE 7 | FRIDAY FEATURED EVENTS

11 | FVMA BUSINESS LUNCHEON & UF CVM ALUMNI RECEPTION 13 | CHARACTER COMPLIMENTARY BREAKFAST & KEYNOTE SPEAKER 14 | MARKETPLACE

Practice Management

Exotics & Avian

Anesthesiology

Emergency Medicine

Dr. Michael Peak

Dr. Michael Schaer

Dr. Thomas Schubert

Dr. Amy Stone

18 | TECHNICIAN & STAFF PROGRAM AT A GLANCE

Dentistry

Internal Medicine

Neurology

Practice Management

23 | SPONSORS

DR. BRETT BECKMAN DR. DAVID BRADLEY DR. GARETH BUCKLEY DR. CHERIE BUISSON DR. ELIZABETH CARSTEN DR. CRAIG DATZ DR. DOUGLAS DEBOER

MR. RICHARD HEYSEK DR. ADAM HONECKMAN MS. AMY JOHNSON MS. CHASTITY KETCHUM MR. HARRY LATSHAW DR. JENNIFER LOCKE DR. NANCY LOES

DR. HERBERT W. MAISENBACHER III MS. ANNIE MILLS DR. LAUREN OLAVESSEN MS. HEATHER PRENDERGAST MS. DANIELLE RIBALTA MS. KELLY SALGADO www.fvma.org

DR. JED SCHAIBLE DR. CANDACE SOUSA DR. CAROLINE OLAUSEN - THOMAS DR. HEATHER WAMSLEY DR. HEIDI WARD MR. JASON WERNLI MS. KAREN WILEY

16 | WET LABS

25 | CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP BREAKFAST 26 | GENERAL INFORMATION 28 | IMPORTANT INFORMATION 31 | HOTEL INFORMATION 3


FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 2013 |VETERINARIAN PROGRAM AT-A-GLANCE Laser Therapy Wet Lab DVMs

Heartworm/Dermatology

Senate/Gallery

8:00 am 8:50 am 9:00 am 9:50 am

Nutrition/Oncology

Westminister

Emerald

Heartworm Disease Part 1: Separating Fact From Fiction

What You Need To Know About Supplements

Olavessen

Loes

Heartworm Disease Part 2: Experiences From the Delta

Probiotics: Healthy From The Inside Out

Olavessen

Loes Coffee Break - 9:50 am - 10:10 am

10:10 am 11:00 am

How To Improve Your Memory

Internal Medicine Diamond

2013 Practitioner’s Challenge: The Most Commonly Misdiagnosed Diseases Multiple Case Presentations *Interpret Routine Tests *Identify Additonal Diagnostic Testing Needed *Discuss Treatment Options and Monitoring Protocols *Learn Tips And Hints To Avoid Misdiagnosis

Loes 11:10 am 12:00 pm

1:30 pm 2:20 pm

3:20 pm 4:10 pm 4:20 pm 5:10 pm

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Therapeutic Lasers in General Veterinary Practice Klingele Assisted By: Miller Steinkamp

$250

Separate Registration Fee

W E T L A B

Atopic Dermatitis: How New Research Findings Are Changing Our Approach To Diagnosis And Treatment DeBoer

Neurology Sapphire

W O R K S H O P

The Neurological Examination Schubert

Vestibular Syndromes Schubert

Seizures, Are They All Emergencies? Schubert

Breaking News And Breakthroughs: Updates On Cancer Therapy For 2013

Barteaux Barteaux

Locke

Paraparesis/paraplegia Schubert

Lunch Break - 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Canine Atopic Dermatitis: Diagnostic Evaluation Reconsidered

Canine Melanoma: The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly

Interesting Endocrine Cases Part I

Quadriplegia/quadriparesis

DeBoer

Locke

Barteaux

Schubert

Break - 2:20 pm - 3:20 pm

Updated Strategies For Managing Atopic Dermatitis In Dogs

Growing Pains: The Trials, Tribulations, And Success Of Clinic Expansion

Interesting Endocrine Cases Part II

How To Treat CNS Trauma Of The Head And Back

DeBoer

Locke

Barteaux

Schubert

Mechanisms And Principles Of Allergen-Specific Immunotherapy For Atopic Dermatitis

Palliative Care Of The Cancer Patient

GME/MUE And Other Inflammatory CNS Disorders

DeBoer

Locke

Schubert

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FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 2013 |VETERINARIAN PROGRAM AT-A-GLANCE Internal Medicine

Practice Management

Dentistry

Emergency Medicine

Laser Therapy/Surgery

England

Great Hall Center

Ireland A

Ireland B

Fever Of Unknown Origin

Internet Pharmacies And The Boogie Man – What They Have In Common

Interpretation Of Dental Radiographs

CPCR

Ireland C Emerging Trends In Veterinary Laser Technology: Revolutionizing Pain Management and Wound Healing Part I

Birkenheuer

Lacroix

Peak

Marks

Bradley

Practical Approach To Anemia

Am I Practicing the Standard Of Care?

Dental Extraction Techniques

Fluid Therapy For The Trauma Patient

Birkenheuer

Lacroix

Emerging Trends In Veterinary Laser Technology: Revolutionizing Pain Management and Wound Healing Part II

Peak

Marks

Bradley

DVMs 8:00 am 8:50 am 9:00 am 9:50 am

Coffee Break - 9:50 am - 10:10 am

The Blue Dot Dilemna ”AKA What Do I Do With A Positive SNAP Test”

Medical Records - A Veterinarian’s Report Card

Pearls of Dental Practice

Diagnosis And Management Of Respiratory Trauma

Managing And Reconstructing Wounds: What’s New?

Birkenheuer

Lacroix

Peak

Marks

Case

Infectious Causes Of Feline Diarrhea

Informed Consents….Boring Until You Get Sued?

Clinically Important Dental Anatomy

Practical Emergency Medicine Techniques

Surgical Management Of Urolithiasis

Birkenheuer

Lacroix

Peak

Marks

Birkenheuer’s ”Bone Pile”: Interesting Internal Medicine Cases

How Paraprofessional Motivation And Compensation Can Lead To Employee Engagement And Higher Earnings

10:10 am 11:00 am 11:10 am 12:00 pm

Case

Lunch Break - 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Birkenheuer

Lacroix

Non-invasive Mandibular Fracture Repair

ECG’s In The ER

Peak

Marks

Trachael Collapse: How I Manage Them

1:30 pm 2:20 pm

Case

Break - 2:20 pm - 3:20 pm

Establishing Expectations For Performance Improvement Or Discipline

Managing Mouths In Cats

Interesting Emergency Cases

Brachycephalic Syndrome, An Update

Lacroix

Peak

Marks

Case

Pearls Of Wisdom To End The Day

Interesting Respiratory Cases

Acquired Laryngeal Paralysis, An Update

Lacroix

Marks

Case

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3:20 pm 4:10 pm 4:20 pm 5:10 pm

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FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 2013 |VETERINARIAN PROGRAM AT-A-GLANCE SurgeryOphthalmology & Internal Medicine

Dermatology/ Practice Management Shelter Medicine

Behavior

Marketing/ Practice Management

Radiology

DVMs

Scotland A

Scotland B

Scotland C

Knave/Scribe

Captain

8:00 am 8:50 am

50 Tips And Tricks For Your Everyday Practice

What’s New In Treating Storm Phobia

The Diagnostic Approach To The Pruritic Dog

Marketing My Practice In 2013 Part I

Radiology Rounds - Thorax Part I

Cutler

Curtis

Sousa

Wernli

Ferrell

Comprehensive Canine Eye Exam – Stepwise

Can Pets and Kids Live Together?

The Diagnosis And Management Of Canine Staphylococcal Pyoderma

Marketing My Practice In 2013 Part II

Radiology Rounds - Thorax Part II

Cutler

Curtis

Sousa

Wernli

Ferrell

Simple Ulcers Gone Wrong: Stepwise Clinical Decisions

Why Do Dogs Fight And What Can Be Done About It ?

Allergic Dermatoses

Marketing My Practice In 2013 Part III

Radiology Rounds - Abdomen Part I

Cutler

Curtis

Sousa

Wernli

Ferrell

Red Eye: The Stepwise Path

What To Do To Get Cats To Get Along

Compassion Fatigue: Part I

Taking Control Of Your Bottom Line

Radiology Rounds - Abdomen Part II

Cutler

Curtis

Olausen-Thomas

Wernli

Ferrell

9:00 am 9:50 am

Coffee Break - 9:50 am - 10:10 am 10:10 am 11:00 am 11:10 am 12:00 pm

Lunch Break - 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm 1:30 pm 2:20 pm

Corneal Ulcers

The Age-Old Problem Of "Inappropriate Elimination" In Cats Part I−Not Using the Litter Box

Compassion Fatigue: Part II

Customer Compliance Part I

Radiology Rounds - Axial Skeleton

Cutler

Curtis

Olausen-Thomas

Wernli

Ferrell

Break - In the Marketplace 2:20 pm - 3:20 pm 3:20 pm 4:10 pm 4:20 pm 5:10 pm

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Nonulcerative Keratitis

The Age-Old Problem Of "Inappropriate Elimination" In Cats Part II−Urine Marking

Spay and Neuter: Part I−Tips and Techniques For Every Practitioner

Customer Compliance Part II

Radiology Rounds - Appendicular Skeleton

Cutler

Curtis

Olausen-Thomas

Wernli

Ferrell

Uveitis

Why Dogs Bite People

Spay and Neuter: Part II−Complicated Spays and Neuters

Beating Online Pharmacies

Digital Radiography - The Basics

Cutler

Curtis

Olausen-Thomas

Wernli

Ferrell

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FRIDAY FEATURED EVENTS SILENT AUCTION

LUNCH IN THE MARKETPLACE

TGIF EXHIBITORS’ RECEPTION

11:30 am - 6:15 pm

12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

5:10 pm - 6:15 pm

WHERE: Marketplace

WHERE: Marketplace

WHERE: Marketplace

Come browse through our Silent Auction offerings and bid on your favorite items. Each item has a retail value of $100 or more. Bidding will begin at 11:30 am on Friday and the last bid will be taken at 3:30 pm Saturday.

As a convenience to attendees, an express lunch may be purchased in the Marketplace. Grab some lunch and visit the exhibits. Lunch also is available at any of the hotel’s restaurants.

Come join the fun at the exhibitor-sponsored reception where you will have a chance to talk with colleagues and view the exhibits. It is a good way to unwind and enjoy some great food. A cash bar will be available. All registered attendees are invited. There is no charge for this event.

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FVMA’S AWARDS

CEREMONY & INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

WHERE: England Each year the FVMA’s awards ceremony is held to honor outstanding individuals whose service has contributed significantly to advancing veterinary medicine or the status of the profession. Please join your colleagues as we recognize this year’s award recipients. This is also the time on the program for the annual installation of FVMA officers. Please make plans to attend as we celebrate their accomplishments as well as welcoming the new officers.

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SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 2013 |VETERINARIAN PROGRAM AT-A-GLANCE Internal Medicine

Exotic Medicine

DVMs

England

Sapphire

8:00 am 8:50 am

Infectious Disease Potpourri

Rabbit Diagnostics And Treatment: Where They Differ From Dog And Cat

Birkenheuer

Lightfoot

Cytauxzoonosis: A TREATABLE Disease That Is Probably Headed Your Way

Diagnosis And Treatment Of Rabbit Dental Disease And Facial Abscesses

Birkenheuer

Lightfoot

9:00 am 9:50 am

Nutrition

Feline Medicine/Cardiology

Diamond Emerald “I Threw Up On The Carpet, Again – So Sue Me.” Food Allergy And Intolerance – Nutritional Answers For Sick Cats – Real Cases: Could It Perspectives On Itchy Animals Be Pancreatitis? Carsten

“See, I Told You I Was Sick.” Feline Anemia – Answers Through Real Cases Carsten

Cytology

Cloister North Mast Cell Tumors − Clinical And Diagnostic Updates

Datz

Ward

Nutritional Support Of Pancreatitis And Gastrointestinal Diseases

Mast Cell TumorsTreatment Updates

Datz

Ward

Equipment sponsored by

Equipment sponsored by

Coffee Break - 9:50 am - 10:50 am 10:50 am 11:40 am

Practical Applications Of Molecular Diagnostics: Holy Grail Or Holy Fail

Box Turtle Medicine And Surgery

Birkenheuer

Lightfoot

“I’ve Been Drinking A Lot – Shouldn’t You Be Paying Attention?” Current Concepts In Feline Renal Disease Carsten

Nonpharmacologic Approaches To Common Behavior Problems Datz

Lunch Break - 11:40 am - 1:10 pm 1:10 pm 2:00 pm 2:10 pm 3:00 pm

The Many Faces Of Babesia

Avian Medicine: What’s Different From Dog And Cat?

Birkenheuer

Lightfoot

Addision’s Disease: How To Catch The “Great Pretender” Birkenheuer

“So I Peed In Your Shoes – Now What?” Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease – Current Concepts in Diagnosis and Management Carsten

Datz

Avian Disease Testing – What’s New And What’s Accurate

Update On Canine Dilated Cardiomyopathy

Unconventional Diets – Are Grain-free, Raw, And Holistic Diets Really Better?

Lightfoot

Maisenbacher

Datz

Break - In the Marketplace 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm 4:00 pm 4:50 pm

Avian Emergency Presentations Part I Lightfoot

Maisenbacher

5:00 pm 5:50 pm

Avian Emergency Presentations Part II

Sorting Out Cardiomyopathy In Cats Part II

Lightfoot

Maisenbacher

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Obesity Management In Dogs And Cats – Right And Wrong Ways To Achieve Weight Loss

Sorting Out Cardiomyopathy In Cats Part I

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Cytology Made Simple Wet Lab Ward Assisted By: Kiehl

$55

Separate Registration Fee

Equipment sponsored by

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SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 2013 |VETERINARIAN PROGRAM AT-A-GLANCE Ophthalmology

Internal Medicine

Clinical Pathology Medicine

Emergency Medicine

Anesthesiology

Cloister South

Ireland A

Ireland B

Ireland C

Scotland A

DVMs

Retinal Disease

Systemic Hypertension - What Goes Up, Must Come Down!

Overview Of Flexible Endoscopy

Unraveling the Hemogram: What Do Those Numbers Really Mean?

Management Of Anesthetic Events I

8:00 am 8:50 am

Cutler

Honeckman

Marks

Alleman

Lukasik

Feline Ophthalmology

Coughing Dogs - Cardiac Or Respiratory?

Oxygen Therapy

Hematology Case Challenges

Management Of Anesthetic Events II

Cutler

Honeckman

Marks

Alleman

Lukasik

Eye Care - The Nurse’s Role

Dyspneic Cats - How To Make Them Breathe More Easily

Triage Of The Trauma Patient

Urinalysis: Much More Than Just Bladder Infections

Cutler

Honeckman

Marks

Alleman

Approach To Elevated Liver Enzymes In Dogs

Risk Analysis: Approach To Antibiotic Selection In The Emergency Patient

Ehrlichioses Of People And Pets: Diagnosis, Treatment, Prevention And The Role Of The Veterinarian As A Public Health Advocate

Honeckman

Buckley

Alleman

Lukasik

Icteric Cats - More Than Just Hepatic Lipidosis

Puppy Pneumonia

Transmission, Diagnosis And Treatment Of Anaplasma And Borrelia: Hard to Kill

Anesthesia Of The Diabetic Patient

Honeckman

Buckley

Alleman

Lukasik

9:00 am 9:50 am

Coffee Break - 9:50 am - 10:50 am

Anesthesia Of The Geriatric Patient

10:50 am 11:40 am

Lukasik

Lunch Break - 11:40 am - 1:10 pm

Ophthalmic Surgery Wet Lab You’ll Shoot Your Eye Out! Studer-Stengard Assisted by: Cutler Miller-Michau

$295

Separate Registration Fee

Equipment sponsored by

W E T L A B

Anesthesia Of The Pediatric Patient

1:10 pm 2:00 pm 2:10 pm 3:00 pm

Break - In the Marketplace 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Advances In Pancreatitis In Dogs And Cats

Feline Respiratory Distress

Rickettsia spp. In The Spotted Fever Group: What about Florida?

Multimodal Medical Management Of Chronic Pain

Honeckman

Buckley

Alleman

Lukasik

Diagnostic Workup Of Chronic Gastrointestinal Disease

Pleural Effusion

Honeckman

Buckley

4:00 pm 4:50 pm 5:00 pm 5:50 pm

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SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 2013 |VETERINARIAN PROGRAM AT-A-GLANCE Marketing/ Anesthesia & Pain Management

Dentistry

Practice Management

Internal Medicine

Practice Management/ Anesthesia

Practice Management

DVMs

Scotland B

Scotland C

Great Hall North

Great Hall Center

Scribe

8:00 am 8:50 am

Intro To Search Engine Optimization

Regional Analgesia For Oral Surgery

Acute Pancreatitis

Non-Competes, Enforceable, Really??

Team Leadership: Essential Skills Every Team Leader Must Possess!

Schaible

Beckman

Schaer

Lacroix

Prendergast

Optimize New Client Growth From SEOgenerated Leads

Simple Surgical Extraction Tips And Techniques Part I

Icteric Cat And Dog

Nuts And Bolts Of A Purchase Or Sale Of Veterinary Practice

Practice Management: Can You Hear Me Now?

Schaible

Beckman

Schaer

Lacroix

Prendergast

Online Brand Reputation Management And Live Audience Website Analyses Part I

Simple Surgical Extraction Tips And Techniques Part II

Gastroenteric Emergencies

Where’s the Value? Basics Of Practice Valuation

Keep Your Hospital Out Of The Hot Seat With Compliant Medical Records

Schaible

Beckman

Schaer

Lacroix

Prendergast

Online Brand Reputation Management And Live Audience Website Analyses Part II

Managing Feline Stomatitis

Feline Metabolic Emergencies

Schaible

Beckman

Schaer

Social Media Marketing Part I

Oral Conditions You Need To Know

Dyspnea In The Dog And Cat Part I

Schaible

Beckman

Schaer

9:00 am 9:50 am

VETMEDTEAM

VETMEDTEAM

Coffee Break - 9:50 am - 10:50 am 10:50 am 11:40 am

VETMEDTEAM

Lunch Break - 11:40 am - 1:10 pm 1:10 pm 2:00 pm 2:10 pm 3:00 pm

The Silver Bullet: Increasing Client Visits With “Profitable” Discounting - Part 1 Lacroix

The Silver Bullet: Increasing Client Visits With “Profitable” Discounting - Part 2

The Anatomy And Physiology Of The Anesthetic Machine Latshaw

The Ins and Outs Of Anesthesia For The Brain

Lacroix

Latshaw

Break - In the Marketplace 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm 4:00 pm 4:50 pm 5:00 pm 5:50 pm

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Social Media Marketing Part II

Managing Difficult Dentistry Cases Part I

Dyspnea In The Dog And Cat Part II

Effective Communication Techniques

The DIC Of Anesthetic Machines: Discovering, Inspecting And Correcting Problems

Schaible

Beckman

Schaer

Lacroix

Latshaw

Review and Q&A

Managing Difficult Dentistry Cases Part II

Acute Renal Failure/Injury

Pearls Of Wisdom To End The Day

Enhance Your Practice Revenue Through Charitable Giving

Schaible

Beckman

Schaer

Lacroix

Heysek

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SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 2013 |VETERINARIAN PROGRAM AT-A-GLANCE Practice Management

Clinical Pathology

Yeoman

Captain

Teaching Wellness To Today’s Veterinary Student

Urinalysis 1

Amy Stone

Wamsley

Communication In Veterinary Medicine: The Other Clinical Skill

Urinalysis 2

Amy Stone

Wamsley

Senate/Gallery

Ferrell

Coffee Break - 9:50 am - 10:50 am

Urinalysis Case Interpretations Wamsley Lunch Break - 11:40 am - 1:10 pm

Assisted by Hayes Miller

FVMA BUSINESS LUNCHEON

Dermatology/Behavior

Ultrasound Wet Lab

Small Animal Abdominal Ultrasound Wet Lab

SATURDAY EVENTS

W E T L A B

$395

Separate Registration Fee

Westminster

DVMs

Cutaneous Adverse Food Reactions

8:00 am 8:50 am

Saturday, 11:40 a.m. – 1:10 p.m. (Ticket Required: $25)

DeBoer

Treatments For Demodicosis – Old And New

9:00 am 9:50 am

DeBoer

Managing Recurrent And Resistant Staphylococcal Infections

10:50 am 11:40 am

DeBoer

Tests For Proteinuria With A Few Case Examples

Tips And Tricks For Diagnosis And Management Of Dermatophytosis

Wamsley

DeBoer

Tips For Cytology And Surgical Biopsy Submission

Why Cats Bite People

Wamsley

Curtis

1:10 pm 2:00 pm

Members will hear updates on national issues, news from the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine, legislative and regulatory information and developments within the FVMA.

UF CVM ALUMNI & FRIENDS RECEPTION

2:10 pm 3:00 pm

Saturday, 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

4:00 pm 4:50 pm

Make plans to join us at the annual Alumni Reception. Open to all UF Alumni, all DVM attendees and friends of the College of Veterinary Medicine. Reservations are required for this event; please check the box on your registration form. Come join us for great food and fellowship.

Break - In the Marketplace 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Blood Film Evaluation – Why Is It Still Important

Over-Grooming In Cats

Wamsley

Curtis

Addressing Common Nuisance Behaviors: Barking, Jumping, Etc. – What Works and Why Curtis

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5:00 pm 5:50 pm

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SUNDAY, APRIL 7, 2013 |VETERINARIAN PROGRAM AT-A-GLANCE Internal Medicine DVMs

England

Internal Medicine Great Hall East

Cardiology Ireland A

Anesthesiology Ireland B

Euthanasia and Hospice Care Ireland C

Exotic Medicine Scotland A

Emergency Medicine Scotland B

8:00 am - 8:50 am General Assembly (In Great Hall North and Center)

ENJOY THE RIDE – A ROADMAP TO SUCCESS (Immediately following the Disney Character Breakfast)

9:00 am 9:50 am

The Complicated Diabetic Part I Schaer

Honeckman

Maisenbacher

10:00 am 10:50 am

The Complicated Diabetic Part II

Use And Misuse Of ACEinhibitors

What’s The Deal With Cardiac Biomarkers?

Schaer

Honeckman

Maisenbacher

11:00 am 11:50 am

Clinical Pearls Part I Schaer

12:00 pm 12:50 pm

Clinical Pearls Part II Schaer

Reviving The ECG

Rational Antibiotic Therapy - Part 1 Honeckman

Rational Antibiotic Therapy - Part 2 Honeckman

Respiratory Vs. Cardiac Disease: Lasix Or Not

Compassionate Closure: Basics Of Euthanasia

Surgery, Superlorelin, Depo-Lupron, Melatonin, Or Benign Neglect: Treatment Selection For Ferret Adrenal Disease

CPR

Lukasik

Buisson

Lightfoot

Buckley

Monitoring Anesthesia: Circulation And Blood Pressure

Compassionate Closure: Euthanasia Words And Wisdom

Diagnosis and Treatment Of Neopla- Triage And Major Body sia In Ferrets: Don’t Give Just Pred! Systems Assessment

Lukasik

Buisson

Lightfoot

Buckley

Monitoring Anesthesia: Electrocardiogram

Compassionate Closure: Veterinary Hospice Care

Managing The Geriatric Rabbit

Approach To Severe Trauma

Lukasik

Buisson

Lightfoot

Buckley

Monitoring Anesthesia: Inadvertent Hypothermia

Compassionate Closure: Hospice & Euthanasia Discussion/Q&A

Assorted Exotic Practice Tips And Screw-Ups You Can Avoid

Advanced Fluid Therapy And Transfusion

Lukasik

Buisson

Lightfoot

Buckley

Monitoring Anesthesia: Breathing And Capnography

•BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND• "Steve Gilliland was amazing! He made such a difference in the way I view life and work." − Kimberly Chaffin Pinellas Animal Hospital 12

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DON’T MISS SUNDAY’S EXCITING EVENTS DISNEY CHARACTER BREAKFAST Located in Great Hall North and Center

Sponsored by: Patterson Veterinary Supply, Inc.

SERVED FROM 6:50 am - 7:50 am There can hardly be a better way to start your day, than to visit with your favorite Disney Characters – the Big 5! Join Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Goofy and Pluto at our complimentary continental breakfast Sunday morning!

KEYNOTE ADDRESS featuring STEVE GILLILAND one of America’s Top-Rated Speakers! 8:00 am - 8:50 am WHERE: Great Hall North and Center

Sponsored by: Patterson Veterinary Supply, Inc.

Steve Gilliland’s presentation “releases an explosion of enthusiasm that is absolutely contagious.” He utilizes humor and other techniques to present a model for tackling the conflicting demands and challenges of a tough business environment. Gilliland lays out a formula for success that shows you how to awaken your enthusiasm and maintain your focus for the achievement of your personal and professional goals.

“Steve Gilliland is what happens when the humor of Ron White collides with the inspiration of Zig Ziglar.” www.fvma.org

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VISIT THE MARKETPLACE

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The Marketplace provides a lot for conference participants to see and experience, and offers a unique opportunity for practice owners and veterinarians to network with suppliers.

Marketplace Hours

Friday, April 5 .................................. 11:30 am − 6:15 pm Saturday, April 6 ................................ 8:00 am − 4:00 pm

Visit the Marketplace and …

• Meet industry representatives who are ready to demonstrate the latest in products and services • Experience and see the newest technologies on a one-to-one opportunity with each vendor • Learn how the latest products and equipment in the field of veterinary medicine can benefit your practice • Obtain information about the newest drugs at your disposal that may benefit your animal clients • Sample the complimentary beverages and snacks served during the scheduled breaks • Network with fellow veterinarians to compare notes and glean tips on successful clinic procedures and information

EARLY BIRD EXHIBITORS

MARKETPLACE HIGHLIGHTS

Don’t Miss Your Opportunity to Visit the Marketplace during the FVMA’s 84th Annual Conference 24PetWatch Abbott Animal Health AKC Companion Animal Recovery Antech Diagnostics ASPCA Pet Health Insurance Bank of America Practice Solutions Bayer HealthCare Bleed-X Vet Blue Ridge X-Ray CareCredit CEVA Animal Health Choice Medical Systems Christian Veterinary Mission Companion Therapy Laser CryoProbe Cuattro, LLC Cutting Edge Laser Technologies Dan Scott & Associates, Inc. Demandforce Diamondback Drugs DVM Solutions Eagle Eye Anesthesia Elanco Embrace Pet Insurance First Data Flexcin International, Inc. Grady Medical Systems, Inc. Heska Corporation Hill’s Pet Nutrition IAMS Veterinary Formulas

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IDEXX Laboratories Jorgensen Laboratories Kinetic Technologies K-Laser USA Lacher McDonald & Co., CPAs Live Oak Bank MDS Incorporated Medical Bookstore of Florida Meds for Vets Pharmacy Merck Animal Health Merial, Ltd. Merritt Veterinary Supplies, Inc. MWI Veterinary Supply National Veterinary Associates Novartis Animal Health Nutramax Laboratories, Inc. Patterson Veterinary Supply, Inc. PDx Biotech Pet Angel Memorial Center Pet Health Pharmacy petMAP Petplan Pet Insurance PetRays Veterinary Telemedicine Pets Best Insurance Pfizer Animal Health Premier Pharmacy Labs, Inc. PS Broker, Inc. Purchasing Services, Inc. PurinaCare Pet Health Insurance Simmons & Associates

Skip’s Pharmacy Snyder Mfg. Company St. Petersburg College Stemlogix, LLC Suburban Surgical Company, Inc. The BUSINESS HOUSE, Inc. Total Practice Solutions Group TriStar Vet Universal Imaging University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine University of Florida Small Animal Hospital Vet Ray Technology By Sedecal Vetamac, Inc. Veterinary Orthopedic Implants VetImaging VetStreet VIP (Veterinary Inclusive Prosthetics/ Orthotics) VPI Pet Insurance Wedgewood Pharmacy Wells Pharmacy Network Wiley World Precision Instruments, Inc.


MARKETPLACE EVENTS

EXOTIC ANIMAL ENCOUNTERS

COVER-ALL BINGO RAFFLE

BINGO RAFFLE DRAWINGS

VISIT THE MARKETPLACE

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Cover-A ll Bingo R affle & Drawing

More Than $10,000 in Prizes To Be Given Away!

Where: Marketplace When: Saturday at 3:45 pm (Must be Present to Win)

Don’t miss the bingo raffle. Enter to win prizes during the Friday and Saturday Marketplace hours. →→→ Fill your bingo card with vendors’ stamps to participate in the raffle of more than $10,000 in prizes to be given away. →→→ Prizes include large screen TVs, computers, laptops, radios, camcorders, cameras, DVD players, and much more.

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LAB OFFERINGS FOR EVERY M Space is limited and available on a first-com

DVM/TECHNICIANS/STAFF Laser Therapy − 11:10 am - 5:10 pm Therapeutic Lasers In General Veterinary Practice Joanne Klingele DVM, CVLF Assisted by Jeff Miller Jenna Steinkamp, CVT, CCRP

$250

Separate Registration Fee

This four hour lecture/lab will open with an overview of laser technology and its uses in general practice. This session will include innovative ways to market the laser to your clients. Following the lecture, students will participate in an interactive presentation of cases, protocols, treatments on live canines and outcomes. The program is open to DVMs (who examine the patient and prescribe treatment) and technicians (who perform the laser treatment).

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SATURDAY, APRIL 6

FRIDAY, APRIL 5

WET

VETERINARIANS

DVM/TECHNICIA

Ultrasound − 8:00 am - 5:50 pm

Cytology − 1:10 pm - 5:50

Small Animal Abdominal Ultrasound

Cytology Made Simple

Eric A. Ferrell DVM, DACVR Assisted by Forrest Woody Hayes, DVM Matt Winter, DVM, DACVR Dana Hinton, CVT

$395

Separate Registration Fee

This seminar series and combined wetlab are designed as an overview of abdominal ultrasound in small animal practice. The seminar consists of four, 50–minute lectures. The basic physics, understanding and optimizing instrumentation, common artifacts and scanning techniques will be reviewed. Normal ultrasound appearances of all major abdominal organs, along with small parts and the peritoneal and retroperitoneal spaces, will be discussed. Wetlab participants will scan canine patients to gain exposure with scanning techniques, image optimization and identification of major abdominal organs.

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Heidi Ward DVM, DACVIM

Assisted by Anita Kiehl, DVM, M

This lab will discuss sampl tion, fluid analysis, slide prep categories including inflamm tion, (3 types) Hemorrhagic cal cells, Mesenchymal cells docrine cells) will be covere Benign vs. Malignant feature


ANS/STAFF

VETERINARIANS

0 pm

Ophthalmic Surgery −1:10 pm - 5:50 pm Ophthalmic Surgery−You’ll Shoot Your Eye Out!

$55

Separate Registration Fee

MS, DACVP

le collection, touch preparaparation and interpretation. 5 mation, (3 types) cyst formac lesions, Neoplasia (Epithelis, Round cells and Neuroened. Interpretation will cover es.

Co-Sponsored by:

Michele Studer-Stengard DVM, DACVO

$295

Separate Registration Fee

Assisted by: Tim Cutler, DVM, DACVO Tammy Miller Michau, DVM, MS, MSpVM, DACVO Improve your proficiency in performing practical eyelid, conjunctival, corneal and orbital surgeries. Receive stepby-step instructions on entropion correction, eyelid reconstruction, prolapsed third eyelid gland replacement, corneal debridement techniques, conjunctival grafting, corneal laceration repair and enucleation. This lab will be structured to allow participants to practice techniques at their own pace and focus on areas of greatest interest.

SUNDAY, APRIL 7

MEMBER OF THE VETERINARY TEAM! me, first-served basis! Reserve Yours Today! TECHNICIANS Dentistry −9:00 am - 12:50 pm Dentistry – Regional Analgesia Simplified – Block That Pain! Annie Mills, LVT, VTS (Dentistry)

$75

Separate Registration Fee

Assisted by Jeanne Perrone, CVT, VTS (Dentistry) Using cadaver specimens, participants will learn the technique of delivering an effective dental regional nerve block including hands-on demonstrations of the Infraorbital, maxillary, middle mental, and inferior alveolar. Special considerations for feline applications will also be demonstrated.

Co-Sponsored by:

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FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 2013 | TECHNICIAN & STAFF PROGRAM AT-A-GLANCE Laser Therapy Wet Lab TECHS/STAFF

Heartworm

Senate/Gallery

8:00 am 8:50 am 9:00 am 9:50 am

Nutrition

Practice Management

Emergency Medicine

Westminster

Emerald

Great Hall Center

Ireland B

Heartworm Disease Part 1: Separating Fact From Fiction

What You Need To Know About Supplements

Internet Pharmacies And The Boogie Man – What They Have In Common

CPCR

Olavessen

Loes

Lacroix

Marks

Heartworm Disease Part 2: Experiences From the Delta

Probiotics: Healthy From The Inside Out

Am I Practicing the Standard Of Care?

Fluid Therapy For The Trauma Patient

Olavessen

Loes

Lacroix

Marks

How To Improve Your Memory

Medical Records − A Veterinarian’s Report Card

Diagnosis And Management Of Respiratory Trauma

Loes

Lacroix

Marks

Informed Consents…Boring Until You Get Sued?

Practical Emergency Medicine Techniques

Lacroix

Marks

How Paraprofessional Motivation And Compensation Can Lead To Employee Engagement And Higher Earnings

ECG’s In The ER

Lacroix

Marks

Establishing Expectations For Performance Improvement Or Discipline

Interesting Emergency Cases

Lacroix

Marks

Pearls Of Wisdom To End The Day

Interesting Respiratory Cases

Lacroix

Marks

Coffee Break - 9:50 am - 10:10 am 10:10 am 11:00 am 11:10 am 12:00 pm

1:30 pm 2:20 pm

3:20 pm 4:10 pm

Therapeutic Lasers in General Practice Klingele Assisted By: Miller Steinkamp

$250

W E T L A B

Lunch Break - 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Break - In the Marketplace 2:20 pm - 3:20 pm

Separate Registration Fee

4:20 pm 5:10 pm

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FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 2013 | TECHNICIAN & STAFF PROGRAM AT-A-GLANCE Laser Therapy

Dermatology/ Shelter Medicine

Behavior

Marketing/ Practice Management

Ireland C Emerging Trends In Veterinary Laser Technology: Revolutionizing Pain Management and Wound Healing Part I

Scotland B

Scotland C

Knave/Scribe

What’s New In Treating Storm Phobia

The Diagnostic Approach To The Pruritic Dog

Marketing My Practice In 2013 Part I

Bradley

Curtis

Sousa

Wernli

Emerging Trends In Veterinary Laser Technology: Revolutionizing Pain Management and Wound Healing Part II

Can Pets and Kids Live Together?

The Diagnosis And Management Of Canine Staphylococcal Pyoderma

Marketing My Practice In 2013 Part II

Curtis

Sousa

Wernli

Bradley

Dermatology Yeoman

TECHS/STAFF 8:00 am 8:50 am 9:00 am 9:50 am

Coffee Break - 9:50 am - 10:10 am 10:10 am 11:00 am

Why Do Dogs Fight And What Can Be Done About It ?

Allergic Dermatoses

Marketing My Practice In 2013 Part III

Curtis

Sousa

Wernli

What To Do To Get Cats To Get Along

Compassion Fatigue: Part I

Taking Control Of Your Bottom Line

The Role Of The Technician In Veterinary Dermatology

Curtis

Olausen-Thomas

Wernli

Sousa

11:10 am 12:00 pm

Lunch Break - 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

The Age-Old Problem Of “Inappropriate Elimination” In Cats Part I−Not Using the Litter Box Curtis

Compassion Fatigue: Part II

Customer Compliance Part I

Diagnostic Techniques In Veterinary Dermatology

Olausen-Thomas

Wernli

Sousa

1:30 pm 2:20 pm

Break - In the Marketplace 2:20 pm - 3:20 pm

The Age-Old Problem Of “Inappropriate Elimination” In Cats Part II−Urine Marking

Spay and Neuter: Part I − Tips and Techniques Customer Compliance Part II For Every Practitioner

Curtis

Olausen-Thomas

Wernli

Why Dogs Bite People

Spay and Neuter: Part II − Complicated Spays and Neuters

Beating Online Pharmacies

Curtis

Olausen-Thomas

Wernli

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3:20 pm 4:10 pm 4:20 pm 5:10 pm

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SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 2013 | TECHNICIAN & STAFF PROGRAM AT-A-GLANCE Nutrition/Cardiology

Exotic Medicine TECHS/STAFF

Sapphire

Emerald

8:00 am 8:50 am

Rabbit Diagnostics And Treatment: Where They Differ From Dog And Cat

9:00 am 9:50 am

Cytology

Emergency Medicine

Cloister North

Clinical Pathology/Medicine

Ireland B

Ireland C

Food Allergy And Intolerance – Nutritional Perspectives On Itchy Animals

Overview Of Flexible Endoscopy

Unraveling the Hemogram: What Do Those Numbers Really Mean?

Lightfoot

Datz

Marks

Alleman

Diagnosis And Treatment Of Rabbit Dental Disease And Facial Abscesses

Nutritional Support Of Pancreatitis And Gastrointestinal Diseases

Oxygen Therapy

Hematology Case Challenges

Lightfoot

Datz

Marks

Alleman

Box Turtle Medicine And Surgery

Nonpharmacologic Approaches To Common Behavior Problems

Triage Of The Trauma Patient

Urinalysis: Much More Than Just Bladder Infections

Lightfoot

Datz

Marks

Alleman

Risk Analysis: Approach To Antibiotic Selection In The Emergency Patient

Ehrlichioses Of People And Pets: Diagnosis, Treatment, Prevention And The Role Of The Veterinarian As A Public Health Advocate

Buckley

Alleman

Puppy Pneumonia

Transmission, Diagnosis And Treatment Of Anaplasma And Borrelia: Hard to Kill

Buckley

Alleman

Feline Respiratory Distress

Rickettsia spp. In The Spotted Fever Group: What About Florida?

Buckley

Alleman

Coffee Break - 9:50 am - 10:50 am 10:50 am 11:40 am

Lunch Break - 11:40 am - 1:10 pm 1:10 pm 2:00 pm 2:10 pm 3:00 pm

Avian Medicine: What’s Different From Dog And Cat?

Obesity Management In Dogs And Cats – Right And Wrong Ways To Achieve Weight Loss

Lightfoot

Datz

Avian Disease Testing – What’s New And What’s Accurate

Unconventional Diets – Are Grain-free, Raw, And Holistic Diets Really Better?

Lightfoot

Datz

Break - In the Marketplace 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm 4:00 pm 4:50 pm 5:00 pm 5:50 pm

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Avian Emergency Presentations Part I Lightfoot

Avian Emergency Presentations Part II Lightfoot

Cytology Made Simple Wet Lab Ward Assisted by: Kiehl

$55

Separate Registration Fee

PQRST: What It Means To You And Me Wiley

Cardio Ultrasound For The Technician

Equipment sponsored by

Wiley

W E T L A B

Pleural Effusion Buckley

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SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 2013 | TECHNICIAN & STAFF PROGRAM AT-A-GLANCE Anesthesiology

Marketing/ Practice Management

Practice Management

Dentistry

Medicine for the Technician

Scotland A

Scotland B

Scotland C

Great Hall Center

Knave

TECHS/STAFF

Management Of Anesthetic Events I

Intro To Search Engine Optimization

Regional Analgesia for Oral Surgery

Non-Competes, Enforceable, Really??

Anesthesia: "Not Just Your Ordinary Bedtime Story""

8:00 am 8:50 am

Lukasik

Schaible

Beckman

Lacroix

Ketchum

Management Of Anesthetic Events II

Optimize New Client Growth From SEOgenerated Leads

Simple Surgical Extraction Tips And Techniques Part I

Nuts and Bolts Of A Purchase Or Sale Of Veterinary Practice

Urine and Fecal Analyses: "Ordinary Diagnostics With Extraordinary Information"

Lukasik

Schaible

Beckman

Lacroix

Ketchum

Anesthesia Of The Geriatric Patient

Online Brand Reputation Management And Live Audience Website Analyses Part I

Simple Surgical Extraction Tips And Techniques Part II

Where’s the Value? Basics Of Practice Valuation

Vomiting And Diarrhea: “When The Juices Just Keep Flowing”

Lukasik

Schaible

Beckman

Lacroix

Ketchum

9:00 am 9:50 am

Coffee Break - 9:50 am - 10:50 am 10:50 am 11:40 am

Lunch Break - 11:40 am - 1:10 pm

Anesthesia Of The Pediatric Patient

Online Brand Reputation Management And Live Audience Website Analyses Part II

Managing Feline Stomatitis

Lukasik

Schaible

Beckman

Anesthesia Of The Diabetic Patient

Social Media Marketing Part I

Oral Conditions You Need To Know

Lukasik

Schaible

Beckman

The Silver Bullet: Increasing Client Visits With “Profitable” Discounting -Part 1 Lacroix

The Silver Bullet: Increasing Client Visits With “Profitable” Discounting -Part 2 Lacroix

Hematology: "How Does That Go Again? A Review Of Hemogram Evaluation"

1:10 pm 2:00 pm

Ketchum

Small Animal Laboratory Diagnostics: "The Common Tools Of Veterinary Practice"

2:10 pm 3:00 pm

Ketchum

Break - In the Marketplace 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Multimodal Medical Management Of Chronic Pain

Social Media Marketing Part II

Managing Difficult Dentistry Cases Part I

Effective Communication Techniques

Feline Hyperthyroidism: "Why Is That Cat Screaming At Me?"

Lukasik

Schaible

Beckman

Lacroix

Ketchum

Review and Q&A

Managing Difficult Dentistry Cases Part II

Pearls of Wisdom To End The Day

Protein Losing Nephropathy: "Has Any One Seen My Albumin?"

Schaible

Beckman

Lacroix

Ketchum

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4:00 pm 4:50 pm 5:00 pm 5:50 pm

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SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 2013 | TECHNICIAN & STAFF PROGRAM AT-A-GLANCE Practice Management/ Anesthesia

Dentistry

Dermatology/Behavior

TECHS/STAFF

Scribe

Captin

Westminster

8:00 am 8:50 am

Team Leadership: Essential Skills Every Team Leader Must Possess!

Urinalysis 1

Cutaneous Adverse Food Reactions

Prendergast

Wamsley

DeBoer

Practice Management: Can You Hear Me Now?

Urinalysis 2

Treatments For Demodicosis – Old And New

Prendergast

Wamsley

DeBoer

9:00 am 9:50 am

Yeoman

Clinical Pathology

VETMEDTEAM

VETMEDTEAM

Coffee Break - 9:50 am - 10:50 am 10:50 am 11:40 am

Keep Your Hospital Out Of The Hot Seat With Compliant Medical Records

Pain Management - Start To Finish

Urinalysis Case Interpretations

Managing Recurrent And Resistant Staphylococcal Infections

Prendergast

Mills

Wamsley

DeBoer

VETMEDTEAM

Lunch Break - 11:40 am - 1:10 pm 1:10 pm 2:00 pm

The Anatomy And Physiology Of The Anesthetic Machine Latshaw

Mills

Wamsley

DeBoer

2:10 pm 3:00 pm

The Ins and Outs Of Anesthesia For The Brain

The Technician's Role Within The Dental Service

Tips For Cytology And Surgical Biopsy Submission

Why Cats Bite People

Latshaw

Mills

Wamsley

Curtis

Hand Instrumentation And Periodontal Therapies

Tests For Proteinuria With A Few Case Examples

Tips And Tricks For Diagnosis And Management Of Dermatophytosis

Break - In the Marketplace 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm 4:00 pm 4:50 pm 5:00 pm 5:50 pm

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The DIC Of Anesthetic Machines: Discovering, Inspecting And Correcting Problems

Dental Radiology − What Lies Beneath

Blood Film Evaluation – Why Is It Still Important

Over-Grooming In Cats

Latshaw

Mills

Wamsley

Curtis

Enhance Your Practice Revenue Through Charitable Giving

Anesthesia For The Dental Patient

Addressing Common Nuisance Behaviors: Barking, Jumping, Etc. – What Works and Why

Heysek

Mills

Curtis www.fvma.org

Hands-On Wet Labs


SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS DOUBLE PLATINUM

GOLD

Their Support of Our Programs Keeps Your Registration Fees Affordable. Please Visit the Conference Marketplace & Thank Them for Their Support!

SILVER

BRONZE

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SUNDAY, APRIL 7, 2013 | TECHNICIAN & STAFF PROGRAM AT-A-GLANCE Oncology TECHS/STAFF

Westminster

Tech Dental Wet Lab

Clinical Pathology

Senate/Gallery

Emerald

Exotics Diamond

Anesthesiology Ireland B

8:00 am - 8:50 am General Assembly (In Great Hall North and Center)

ENJOY THE RIDE – A ROADMAP TO SUCCESS (Immediately following the Disney Character Breakfast)

9:00 am 9:50 am

Advanced Procedures For The Veterinary Technician: Placement Of The ARROW Jugular Catheter And The Bone Marrow Aspirate Salgado

10:00 am 10:50 am

Nursing Care Of The Cancer Patient, What Every Technician Should Know Salgado

11:00 am 11:50 am

Chemotherapy Safety: Everybody Has A Concern When Chemotherapy Is Involved! Salgado

12:00 pm 12:50 pm

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Regional Analgesia Simplified-Block That Pain! Wet Lab Mills Assisted By: Perrone

$75

Separate Registration Fee

W E T L A B

Equipment sponsored by

Blood Film Evaluation: See It To Believe It!

How To Manage The Hospitalized Reptile Patient

Monitoring Anesthesia: Breathing And Capnography

Anthony

Johnson

Lukasik

Testing: A, B, CBC: Use It Or LOSE It!!

Avian/Reptile And Rabbit Hematology

Monitoring Anesthesia: Circulation And Blood Pressure

Anthony

Johnson

Lukasik

Cytolo-Gee , I Need To Know That!

Avian And Reptile Anesthesia

Monitoring Anesthesia: Electrocardiogram

Anthony

Johnson

Lukasik

Urine Or Ur-out!

Anesthesia Induction And Monitoring For The Small Exotic Mammal

Monitoring Anesthesia: Inadvertent Hypothermia

Anthony

Johnson

Lukasik

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SUNDAY, APRIL 7th, 2013 | TECHNICIAN & STAFF PROGRAM AT-A-GLANCE Euthanasia and Hospice Care

Exotic Medicine

Ireland C

Scotland A

Emergency Medicine Scotland B

Medicine/Anesthesiology Scotland C

TECHS/STAFF

8:00 am - 8:50 am General Assembly (In Great Hall North and Center)

ENJOY THE RIDE – A ROADMAP TO SUCCESS (Immediately following the Disney Character Breakfast)

Compassionate Closure: Basics Of Euthanasia

Surgery, Superlorelin, Depo-Lupron, Melatonin, Or Benign Neglect: Treatment Selection For Ferret Adrenal Disease

CPR

Health Screening And Medical Care Of Service 9:00 am Dogs 9:50 am

Buisson

Lightfoot

Buckley

Ribalta

Compassionate Closure: Euthanasia Words And Wisdom

Diagnosis and Treatment Of Neoplasia In Ferrets: Don’t Give Just Pred!

Triage And Major Body Systems Assessment

Nursing Care Of The Neonate

Buisson

Lightfoot

Buckley

Ribalta

Compassionate Closure: Veterinary Hospice Care

Managing The Geriatric Rabbit

Approach To Severe Trauma

Capnography And Its Importance In Monitoring Anesthesia

Buisson

Lightfoot

Buckley

Ribalta

Compassionate Closure: Hospice & Euthanasia Discussion/Q&A

Assorted Exotic Practice Tips And Screw-Ups You Can Avoid

Advanced Fluid Therapy And Transfusion

Maintenance And Troubleshooting of Anesthesia Machines

Buisson

Lightfoot

Buckley

Ribalta

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10:00 am 10:50 am 11:00 am 11:50 am 12:00 pm 12:50 pm

CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP BREAKFAST Location: Cloister South Time: 6:50 am to 7:50 am The Christian Veterinary Mission extends an invitation to all conference attendees to share a non-denominational Christian Fellowship Breakfast. Come for a time of worship and fellowship, to hear how God is using veterinarians in missions around the world.

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GENERAL

INFORMATION

→→→ ADVANCED REGISTRATION

→→→ CONFIRMATION

The FVMA strongly recommends advanced registration for our 84th Annual Conference. Registration is required for admission to all aspects of the meeting. Your registration includes all CE sessions (excluding wet labs with additional fees), access to the Marketplace, conference proceedings and all breaks held in the Marketplace. Registrations must be submitted to the FVMA office by Thursday, March 14, 2013. There will be a late registration fee of $75.00 charged to all those postmarked or received, after this date. Registrations made at the door will be charged the late fee of $75.00.

You will receive a confirmation of your registration from the FVMA. Please contact us if any information is incorrect so we can gladly correct it in a timely manner.

You may pre-register by the following methods:

• By Mail: Send registration form and payment to FVMA, 7207 Monetary Dr., Orlando, FL 32809 (Make check payable to FVMA or provide credit card information - Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express) • By Fax: Fax the registration form and credit card information to (407) 240-3710 • By Phone: Call the FVMA toll-free at (800) 992-3862 (Credit card payments only) • Online: Register online on the FVMA Web site at www.fvma.org

→→→ ON-SITE REGISTRATION On-site registration will be available at the Buena Vista Palace Hotel and Spa at the FVMA Registration Desk. Registration Desk Hours • Friday, April 5 • Saturday, April 6 • Sunday, April 7

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7:00 am – 6:00 pm 7:30 am – 6:00 pm 7:30 am – 12:00 pm

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→→→ CANCELLATION POLICY If received by March 14, 2013, your registration fee will be refunded, minus a $50 administrative charge. Cancellations not received in writing and acknowledged by the FVMA by the date required will not be eligible for a refund. No-shows will not be refunded.

→→→ AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT Persons with disabilities who plan to attend the FVMA Conference and need auxiliary aids or services are requested to make arrangements by contacting the FVMA office at (800) 992-3862 no later than March 14, 2013.

→→→ NAME BADGES Name badges are required and will be checked when attending all conference functions. You must be a registered conference attendee to receive a badge. Attendees traveling with a spouse/ guest, may purchase a badge that allows entrance to the exhibit hall and social events for a cost of $50.00. Spouses and Guests who wish to attend CE sessions must pay full registration fees.


GENERAL →→→ CONTINUING EDUCATION HOURS

Each 50-minute lecture is worth one continuing education credit. Attendees can earn up to 18 credit hours. For your convenience in recording your CE hours, one certificate will be included in your registration packet. It is your responsibility to document the sessions you attend and the number of hours you receive.

INFORMATION

→→→ CONFERENCE MARKETPLACE

→→→ HOTEL RESERVATION

The FVMA’s 84 Annual Conference Marketplace will provide exhibitors and attendees with incredible value Friday and Saturday during our three-day conference weekend. This is a great opportunity for you to take advantage of face-to-face contact with expert industry representatives. Conference Marketplace Hours →→→ PENDING RACE APPROVAL Friday, April 5 ……………………………. 11:30 am – 6:15 pm This program has been submitted (but not yet approved) Saturday, April 6 ……………………….….. 8:00 am – 4:00 pm for 275 hours of continuing education credit in jurisdictions which recognize AAVSB RACE approval; however participants should be aware that some boards have limitations on the number of hours accepted in certain categories and/or restrictions on certain methods of delivery of continuing education. Call Diana Ruiz, FVMA Meetings and Events Coordinator, at (800) 992-3862 for further information. A maximum of 18 credit hours can be earned at this conference. American Association of Veterinary State Boards RACE Provider #532 Florida Board of Veterinary Medicine, DBPR FVMA Provider # 31 Approved as New York State Sponsor of Continuing Education

→→→ PROCEEDINGS

One complimentary electronic copy of the FVMA’s 84th Annual Conference proceedings will be provided to each registered attendee. Additional copies may be purchased at the FVMA registration desk.

A block of rooms has been reserved for FVMA conference attendees at the Buena Vista Palace Hotel & Spa located at 1900 E Buena Vista Drive, Orlando, FL 32830. The special room rate begins at $164.00 plus applicable taxes. Special extended stay reservations have been set up for the group rate three days prior and three days post conference, based on availability. To reserve your room, call the Reservations Department at the Buena Vista Palace at 1-866-397-6516. When making your reservations, be sure to inform them you are attending the Florida Veterinary Medical Associa→→→ CONSENT TO USE PHOTOGRAPHIC IMAGES tion annual conference at the hotel. To ensure accommoRegistration and attendance at, or participation in, FVMA dations, we strongly suggest you make your reservations meetings and/or other activities constitutes an agreement today! The reservation deadline is March 14, 2013. by the registrant for the FVMA’s use and distribution (now and in the future) of the registrant or attendee’s image or voice. This includes the use and distribution in photo- →→→ AIRPORT SHUTTLE graphs, videotapes, electronic reproductions and audio- The Orlando International Airport (MCO) has a variety of ground transportation options between the airport and tapes of such events and activities. surrounding destinations. Choose from various companies →→→ AIR TRANSPORTATION for public transportation, bus service, rental cars, shared The destination airport for the FVMA’s 84th Annual rides and taxis. Upon arrival follow airport signage to Conference is the Orlando International Airport (MCO) in ground transportation. Approximate transportation costs Orlando, Florida, located only 18 miles from the Buena to Lake Buena Vista: Vista Palace Hotel and Spa. Shuttle van (per person) one way - $21; round trip - $34 Taxi (per person) one way - from $47 to $52 th

ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS Please contact the FVMA toll free at (800) 992-3862 or by email at info@fvma.org. www.fvma.org

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REGISTER TODAY AND JOIN US IN ORLANDO, FLORIDA! SCHEDULE AT-A-GLANCE Friday, April 5, 2013 7:00 am – 6:00 pm Pre-registration Packet Pickup 7:00 am – 6:00 pm On-site Registration Open 8:00 am – 5:10 pm Continuing Education Sessions/ Wet Labs 11:30 am – 6:15 pm Marketplace Open 5:10 pm – 6:15 pm TGIF Exhibitors’ Reception 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm FVMA’s Awards Ceremony and Installation of Officers

Saturday, April 6, 2013 7:30 am – 6:00 pm 7:30 am – 6:00 pm 8:00 am – 5:50 pm 8:00 am – 4:00 pm 11:50 am – 1:00 pm 3:45 pm 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Pre-registration Packet Pickup On-site Registration Open Continuing Education Sessions/ Wet Labs Marketplace Open FVMA Business Luncheon Cover-all Bingo Raffle Drawings UF CVM Alumni & Friends Reception

Sunday, April 7, 2013 7:30 am – 12:00 pm 7:30 am – 12:00 pm 6:50 am – 7:50 am 8:00 am – 8:50 am 6:50 am – 7:50 am 9:00 am – 12:50 pm

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Pre-registration Packet Pickup On-site Registration Open Disney Character Breakfast General Assembly−Steve Gilliland Christian Fellowship Breakfast Continuing Education Sessions/Wet Labs

CONFERENCE HOST HOTEL

BUENA VISTA PALACE HOTEL & SPA Across the street from Downtown Disney® Area

1900 E. Buena Vista Drive, Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830 FVMA's Special Group Rates Begin at $164*

*Request The FVMA’s Special Discounted Group Rate Starting At $164 (Inclusive of Resort Fee)

RESERVATION HOTLINE (866) 397-6516

*Group Rate Available through the March 14 Deadline, or until the Room Block is Sold Out! www.fvma.org

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Easy Ways To Register

  Mail:

  Online:

FVMA 7207 Monetary Drive Orlando, FL 32809

www.fvma.org info@fvma.org

 Phone:

  Fax:

(800) 992-3862 (407) 851-3862

(407) 240-3710

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VETERINARIAN REGISTRATION

FLORIDA VETERINARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION

Clinic Information

Att: Annual Conference Registration 7207 Monetary Drive, Orlando, FL 32809

Clinic Name

Phone: (407) 851-3862 Toll Free: (800) 992-3862 Fax: (407) 240-3710

Email Address Phone Fax 

Payment Method of Payment   Check/Money Order    Charge My Credit Card Below $ Credit Card Number

(U.S. Funds drawn on U.S. Banks)

   Visa    Mastercard   American Express Discover Expiration Date 

Name as It Appears on Card

Signature 

VETERINARIAN *To register at the discounted member rate below, your 2013 dues must be current! Membership  I would like to join and take advantage of the discounted registration fee. I qualify for the following membership Categories: (please check one)   Regular Member $242.00  Recent Graduate (within last 2 years) $134.00  State/Federal Employee $134.00 College Attended:

Year of Graduation:

After March 14, 2013 Add $75 Per Registrant

 Part-Time Employed $134.00 (Employed at FVMA Member practice & work 20 hrs per week or less)

  Non-Florida Resident $99.00

A

Total Membership Dues

$

Veterinarian’s Name: License Number: Email:

Registration Fee

Spouse/Guest Registration

(Includes Conference Proceedings on DVD)

  Spouse/Guest Registration................. $50.00

Wet Labs

  FVMA 2013 Member...........................$475.00*   Graduated 2011-2012..............................$0.00 Spouse/Guest Name – Please Print Legibly   Graduated 2010....................................$300.00 (Spouse registration only allows entrance to the   Recent Graduate 2009........................$350.00 exhibit hall and social events. Spouses who wish to   Non-Resident.........................................$475.00 attend C.E. sessions must pay full registration fees.) Children’s Registration.............................$0.00   (Current Member of State VMA or Military)     Non-Member..........................................$600.00 Child’s Name – Please Print Legibly

B

Total Registration Fee   $

C

Total Spouse/Guest Fee 

Total Payment (A, B, C, D, E): $__________

VETERINARIAN REGISTRATION FORM

$

(Must be registered for conference)  Fri., Laser Therapy..........................$250.00  Sat., Abdominal Ultrasound........$395.00  Sat., Ophthalmic Surgery................$295.00  Sat., Hematology ................................$55.00

Other functions Sat., FVMA Business Luncheon...........................$25.00   Sat., UF CVM Alumni & Friends Reception........... $0.00  

E D

Total Other Function Fee $

Total Wet Lab Fee   $

Grand Total (Total of Both Sides): $

FVMA’s 84 th Annual Conference • April 5 - 7, 2013


FLORIDA VETERINARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION

A registration discount is offered to the 3rd and any additional team member from the same FVMA member practice.

Att: Annual Conference Registration 7207 Monetary Drive, Orlando, FL 32809

Phone: (407) 851-3862 Toll Free: (800) 992-3862 Fax: (407) 240-3710

1st TEAM MEMBER

2nd TEAM MEMBER

3rd TEAM MEMBER

Name: Email:

Name: Email:

Name: Email:

Name:

Registration Fee

Registration Fee

Registration Fee

Address:

  Certified Veterinary Technician (CVT).... $125.00   Certified Veterinary Assistant (CVA)........ $125.00   Veterinary Assistant....................................... $125.00   Practice Manager............................................ $125.00   Other Administrative Staff.......................... $125.00

  Certified Veterinary Technician (CVT).... $125.00   Certified Veterinary Assistant (CVA)........ $125.00   Veterinary Assistant....................................... $125.00   Practice Manager............................................ $125.00   Other Administrative Staff.......................... $125.00

  Certified Veterinary Technician (CVT).... $100.00   Certified Veterinary Assistant (CVA)........ $100.00   Veterinary Assistant....................................... $100.00   Practice Manager............................................ $100.00   Other Administrative Staff.......................... $100.00

Email:

(Includes Conference Proceedings on DVD)

A

Total Registration Fee  $

Wet Labs - Must Register In Advance

  Fri., Laser Therapy........................................... $250.00   Sat., Hematology...............................................$55.00   Sun., Dentistry.....................................................$75.00

B

Total Wet Lab(s) Fee

$

Spouse/Guest Registration

  Spouse/Guest Registration.......................$50.00 Spouse Guest Name (Please Print Legibly)

(Includes Conference Proceedings on DVD)

A

Total Registration Fee  $

*Proof of current enrollment required

(Includes Conference Proceedings on DVD)

A

Wet Labs - Must Register In Advance

  Fri., Laser Therapy........................................... $250.00   Sat., Hematology...............................................$55.00   Sun., Dentistry.....................................................$75.00

  Fri., Laser Therapy........................................... $250.00   Sat., Hematology...............................................$55.00   Sun., Dentistry.....................................................$75.00

B

Total Wet Lab(s) Fee

$

Spouse/Guest Registration   Spouse/Guest Registration.......................$50.00 Spouse Guest Name (Please Print Legibly)

B

Total Wet Lab(s) Fee

$

Spouse/Guest Registration   Spouse/Guest Registration.......................$50.00 Spouse Guest Name (Please Print Legibly)

(Spouse registration only allows entrance to the exhibit hall and social events. Spouses who wish to attend C.E. sessions must pay full registration fees.)

(Spouse registration only allows entrance to the exhibit hall and social events. Spouses who wish to attend C.E. sessions must pay full registration fees.)

(Spouse registration only allows entrance to the exhibit hall and social events.

  Children’s Registration.......................$0.00

  Children’s Registration.......................$0.00

Child’s Name (Please Print Legibly)

Child’s Name (Please Print Legibly)

  Children’s Registration.......................$0.00

Spouses who wish to attend C.E. sessions must pay full registration fees.)

Child’s Name (Please Print Legibly)

C Total Spouse/Guest Fee $

VETERINARY TEAM/STUDENT REGISTRATION www.fvma.org

  Veterinary Students - Complimentary I am a veterinary student enrolled in an AVMAaccredited College of Veterinary Medicine. SPACE IS LIMITED − First come, first served (Proof of current enrollment must accompany registration form)

Total Registration Fee  $

Wet Labs - Must Register In Advance

C Total Spouse/Guest Fee $ C Total Spouse/Guest Fee $ Total Team Member Payment (1,2,3): $ 30

VETERINARY/VETERINARY TECHNICIAN STUDENT

School: 

Veterinary Technology Students

Full-Time Students Must Be In One Of The AVMA− Accredited Programs Below − Check One:  Brevard Community College Hillsborough Community College Miami Dade College St. Petersburg College Distance Learning Sanford Brown Jacksonville Sanford Brown Ft. Lauderdale Students are limited to two complimentary conference registrations during student years. Pre-registration fees are complimentary. On-site registration is $25 and proof of current enrollment is required.

Please Add Total To Grand Total On Reverse

FVMA’s 84 th Annual Conference • April 5-7, 2013


Reserve Your Room Today... FVMA Room Block Deadline March 14th! Buena Vista Palace Hotel &®Spa Across the street from Downtown Disney Area

1900 E. Buena Vista Drive, Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830

Don’t Forget to

Make Your Room

Reservations Now!

Call: 866-397-6516 and mention “FVMA”

FVMA's Special Group Rates Begin at $164

• To Ensure Your Accommodations, Reserve Your Room Today! Request FVMA Room Block Special Rate of $164.00 plus taxes • Reserve Your Room Today! Call Group Reservations Department, 866-397-6516. • Group Rate Extended Stay Three Days Prior and Post Conference, Based Upon Availability

THINGS TO DO The major attractions of Walt Disney World® Resort are just minutes away from the Buena Vista Palace Hotel & Spa. When you stay here, you are shuttled by Disney to wherever you like in sampling the delights of Disney - their four theme parks and water parks. Exciting and exotic worlds await you at Epcot®, Disney’s Animal Kingdom® Theme Park, Disney’s Hollywood Studios® and Magic Kingdom® Park. Downtown Disney® Area features top-of-the-line restaurants, unique shops, including the world’s largest Disney store, and one-of-a-kind great entertainment.

EXPLORE CENTRAL FLORIDA'S ATTRACTIONS! www.fvma.org

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FVMA’s 84 th ANNUAL CONFERENCE BUENA VISTA PALACE HOTEL & SPA, LAKE BUENA VISTA, FL APRIL 5-7, 2013 Offering more than 40 speakers presenting more than 250 hours in over 20 different topics! ▶ Veterinarians see pages 4-12 and Techs/Staff see pages 18-25

5 exciting wet labs covering laser therapy, ultrasound, ophthalmic surgery, hematology, and dentistry. ▶ See pages 16-17 for more information

Pre-register by March 14th and save $75. ▶ See pages 29-30 for more information Call and make your hotel reservations by March 14, 2013. ▶ See page 31 for more information

FVMA 7207 MONETARY DRIVE

ORLANDO, FLORIDA 32809-5738

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FVMA's 84th Annual Conference Brochure  

Building the Dynamic Veterinary Team World-Class Continuing Education for Every Member of the Veterinary Team!

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