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27th July 2021

2:00-5:00 PM CDT

Go With the Flow: Easier urinary case management and telemedicine

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Speakers

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

Dr. Jennifer Quammen

Jody P. Lulich

DVM, PhD

Jennifer M. MacLeay

MBA, DVM, PhD. Diplomate American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine

Aimee C. Brooks

DVM, MS, Clinical Assistant Professor, Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care

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

Speakers: Dr. Jennifer Quammen
Performing productive work is often a function of efficient communication. Knowing how to improve our communication first involves understanding where breakdowns occur. In the veterinary practice, this usually translates into missing patient information or cumbersome client communication processes. Most often, these information gaps can be eliminated by working smarter, not harder. Join us as we cover tips and technology to streamline your clinic communication, making the process of sharing information faster and easier for the entire veterinary team. The result is happier clients and saving time for everyone!
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Speaker: Jody P. Lulich, DVM, PhD
This seminar will reveal common urinary mistakes in the diagnosis and treatment of lower urinary tract disorders in dogs and cats. There are simpler to avoid and easy to correct. They include mistakes in medication imaging, the urinalysis, and the veterinarian’s interpretation.
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Speaker: Jennifer M. MacLeay, MBA, DVM, PhD. Diplomate American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine
In this seminar we’ll introduce S+OXSHIELD and discuss how it is determined, what makes it different and the urinary benefits of Hill’s foods that have S+OXSHIELD on their label.
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Speaker: Aimee C. Brooks, DVM, MS, Clinical Assistant Professor, Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care
This talk focuses on the first 24 hours of care of the more critical blocked cat. Recognition and treatment of hyperkalemia, a brief synopsis of the speaker’s approach to unblocking, and a focus on immediate post-obstruction care and complications including monitoring and troubleshooting the ins and outs of fluid balance, electrolyte abnormalities, and a few “zebra” complications (disequilibrium syndrome, severe anemia) will be discussed.
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A short break: 16:03-16:06 CDT

Speakers: Drs Aimee C. Brooks, Jennifer Quammen, Jennifer M. MacLeay, and Jody P. Lulich
Get all your questions answered from our panel of expert speakers in a fully-interactive, live online sessions!
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Dr. Jennifer Quammen
Dr. Jennifer Quammen has been a leader in veterinary telemedicine for years. She was part of the American Veterinary Medical Association Practice Advisory Panel, the volunteer leadership group who created the initial AVMA Telemedicine Policy. Dr. Quammen utilizes the TeleVet platform to communicate with clients about patient needs on a regular basis.
Dr. Quammen is the Immediate Past President of the Kentucky VMA, previous member of the AVMA Future Leaders Program, and Secretary of the Society for Veterinary Medical Ethics. She is also a previous Member and Chairwoman of the AVMA Council on Veterinary Service. Outside of organized medicine, Dr. Quammen practices small animal surgery and medicine and is the owner and Co Founder of Veterinarian Coaching.
Jody P. Lulich
DVM, PhD
Dr. Jody Lulich holds the academic rank of professor at the University of Minnesota. He is a diplomate in the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine. He is the director of the Minnesota Urolith Center. He specializes in nephrology and urology, and has earned an international reputation as a clinical investigator and educator in this field.
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.
Aimee C. Brooks
DVM, MS, Clinical Assistant Professor, Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care