Hill's @Home CE - Making Itching Ancient History - Nov 10
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@HOME CE

Fast, Fun & Practical CE

10th November 2020

2:00-5:00 PM CDT

Making Itching Ancient History
Helping to build the Best. Team. Ever.

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Speakers

Get all your questions answered live by internationally renowned experts – right from the comfort of your home!

Kellie Olah

CVPM, SPHR, SHRM-CP

Ashley Bourgeois

DVM, Diplomate ACVD

Darren Berger

DVM, DACVD

Jennifer MacLeay

PhD

Event Schedule

Enjoy FREE high-quality veterinary CE! Grab your favorite beverage and join us for these 4 exciting lectures!

The pre-show countdown begins at 13:30 CDT

Speaker: Kellie Olah, CVPM, SPHR, SHRM-CP
During a pandemic it can be hard for staff to come to work, not to mention work even harder than before. Over this past year veterinary teams have been pushed to their limits. From curbside to social distancing to wearing masks 24/7 sometimes saying thank you just does not feel like enough. This presentation will share insights and creative ways to keep your team going and feeling appreciated during the tough times.

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November 10
14:03 CDT
Speaker: Ashley Bourgeois, DVM, Diplomate ACVD
Food allergies can be complicated. Often, clients have already performed several diet switches before scheduling a visit with the veterinarian for their pet’s pruritus. So, they are hesitant to invest the time and money into another new food. Additionally, there is so much mixed messaging regarding which diets are healthy and effective for managing pets with food allergies. Learn how to bust through client hesitations, and convince them the right way to perform a diet trial for better management of their pet’s allergies long-term.

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November 10
14:35 CDT
Speaker: Darren Berger, DVM, DACVD
During this session we will cover how to acquire and interpret the diagnostic tests that constitute the most requests for consultation with a veterinary dermatologist.

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November 10
15:07 CDT
Speaker: Jennifer MacLeay, PhD
In this talk we’ll talk about the concept of pre-treatment and Derm Defense and how nutrition is a fundamental anchor therapy in your management of canine atopic dermatitis

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November 10
15:40 CDT

A short break: 16:10 - 16:12 CDT

Speakers: Kellie Olah, Drs. Ashley Bourgeois, Darren Berger, Jennifer MacLeay

Get all your questions answered from our panel of expert speakers in a fully-interactive, live online sessions!

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November 10
16:26 CDT

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Kellie Olah
CVPM, SPHR, SHRM-CP
Kellie Olah, CVPM, SPHR, SHRM-CP, serves as the practice management and human resource consultant for Veterinary Business Advisors (VBA). This company offers a wide range of practical services to veterinarians and their advisors, nationwide, including legal, human resource, and practice management services.
Olah provides consulting services along the full spectrum of human resource administrative functions, covering the entire employee lifecycle. She also consults on organizational operations. She manages all operational and administrative aspects of VBA, including client services, marketing, computer support, database management, product innovation, and technology development. She also offers communication, emotional intelligence, and leadership coaching for all levels of staff. Olah is Co-Author/Editor of AAHA’s Guide to Creating an Employee Handbook, Fourth Edition and contributes to Today’s Veterinary Business, AAHA’s News Stat, Veterinary Practice News, as well as The Social DVM blogs.
Ashley Bourgeois
DVM, Diplomate ACVD
Dr. Ashley Bourgeois, DVM, Diplomate ACVD has been a board-certified veterinary dermatologist since 2014. She has been practicing in Portland, Oregon since 2016. Dr. Bourgeois is an owner/shareholder and on the board of directors for her company (Animal Dermatology Clinic) which includes locations in California, Kentucky, Indiana, Georgia, Australia, and New Zealand.
She has a strong interest in autoimmune skin diseases, allergies, and otology. In her leisure, Dr. Bourgeois enjoys outdoor activities, traveling and watching sports. She and her husband stay busy with their daughter, son, and rescue Lab/Boxer mix. Dr. Bourgeois is passionate about educating veterinarians in dermatology and work/life integration through her podcast and social media presence (The Derm Vet).
Darren Berger
DVM, DACVD
Darren Berger, DVM, DACVD is Associate Professor of Dermatology at Iowa State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in Ames, IA. Dr. Berger’s research interests include clinical pharmacology, Malassezia dermatitis/otitis, and equine hypersensitivity disorders. A graduate of Iowa State University, he worked as a small animal general practitioner prior to completing a dermatology residency with Dermatology for Animals in Gilbert, AZ.
Jennifer MacLeay
PhD
Jennifer MacLeay is an Ohio State graduate who initially specialized in large animal internal medicine with a focus on nutrition, muscle and bone physiology as part of her residency and PhD at the University of Minnesota. After joining the faculty of Colorado State University her research expanded into the effect of nutrition on bone physiology using sheep as a model for human osteoporosis.
Her understanding of dietary acid base metabolism and calcium physiology eventually led her to Hill’s Pet Nutrition where she has led landmark studies involving c/d multicare for management of FIC, struvite and calcium oxalate urolithiasis, Metabolic for weight loss, Youthful Vitality for senior pets and Derm Defense for the management of environmental allergies. In her role as Medical Director within the Global Clinical Nutrition group, she is involved not only in designing and running clinical trials but in helping to bring nutrition innovation to market by working cross functionally with basic research and product development.