Hill's @Home CE - dilated cardiomyopathy DCM - Oct 1
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@HOME CE

Fast, Fun & Practical CE

1st October 2020

2:00-5:00 PM CDT

Topics:
DCM
Cybersecurity

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Speakers

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

Eric Garcia

IT expert, Digital marketer,
Industry thought leader

Julie Churchill

DVM, PhD,
Diplomate DACVN

Michelle Rose

DVM,
DACVIM (Cardiology)

Jennifer Radosevich

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: Eric Garcia, IT expert, Digital marketer, Industry thought leader
Today, new Internet and social media applications are a common source of vulnerabilities. With the trend of social media and the use of other popular web tools, we have lost sight of setting proper Internet security measures to protect our data. Discover the latest web threats we face, including ransomware, how it can be damaging to your network and the proper steps you need to take to protect your practice. We will be sharing real stories from real veterinary practices and what you can do now.

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October 1
14:03 CDT
Speaker: Michelle Rose, DVM, DACVIM (Cardiology)
This lecture will provide a cardiologist’s perspective on nutritionally-mediated DCM in dogs. After participating in this session, attendees will:
  • Be familiar with taurine’s role in nutritionally-mediated DCM.
  • Understand which screening and diagnostic tests are recommended.
  • Have a treatment and follow up plan for dogs affected by nutritional cardiomyopathy.
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October 1
14:35 CDT
Speaker: Julie Churchill, DVM, PhD, Diplomate DACVN
Confusion abounds and the controversy remains about the association between diet and dilated cardiomyopathy. There are denyers- who say this is a conspiracy and it’s not real (fake news), GFD have been around for ages, those who propose all commercial foods are terrible nutrition, and everything between. Clients don’t know where to turn for answers. This discussion will present updates about what we know regarding diet-associated DCM and help answer questions for pet owners.

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October 1

15:07 CDT

Speaker: Jennifer Radosevich, PhD
Veterinary cardiologists have observed a concerning increase in the number and variety of dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) cases, including in younger dogs and atypical breeds. Although genetic mutations associated with DCM have been discovered in some dog breeds, many more likely exist. Because researchers at Hill’s Pet Nutrition have previously utilized genomics approaches to understand gene-nutrient interactions, Hill’s and Embark Veterinary have launched a partnership to recruit 1000 dogs diagnosed with DCM in the largest study of its kind to date. The study will aim to determine possible links between DCM and several factors (eg, spay/neuter status, medical history, medications, food choice). Future results could lead to an understanding of the links between food choices and development of DCM, genetic tests for identifying dogs at risk of developing DCM, and new solutions to support recovery of affected pets, all of which may have a positive impact on the health of dogs.

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October 1

15:39 CDT

A short break: 16:18 - 16:26 CDT

Speakers: Eric Garcia, Dr. Julie Churchill, Dr. Michelle Rose, Dr. Jennifer Radosevich
Get all your questions answered from our panel of expert speakers in a fully-interactive, live online sessions!

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October 1
16:27 CDT

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Eric Garcia
IT expert, Digital marketer, Industry thought leader
When it comes to helping veterinary practices streamline their technology and attract and retain clients, Eric Garcia has a proven track record of educating the industry and producing results. Eric is an internationally recognized IT and Digital Strategist working exclusively with veterinary practices.
In addition to a long list of satisfied clients, Garcia’s work has been recognized throughout the industry. Eric is an advisory board member with the American Association of Feline Practitioners and widely published author. Eric was voted VMX 2020 Speaker of the Year by conference attendees. He speaks regularly at conferences all throughout the world.
Julie Churchill
DVM, PhD, Diplomate DACVN, University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine, Professor – Clinical Nutrition, Associate Medical Director- Specialty, Primary and Urgent Care Services
Dr. Julie Churchill received her undergraduate and veterinary degrees from Michigan State University. She has also completed com­bined residencies and a doctorate degree in small-animal internal medicine and clinical nutrition at the University of Minnesota.
In the final years of her graduate work, Dr. Churchill developed a small-animal clinical nutrition service at the University of Minnesota Veterinary Medical Center that became financially self-sustaining within five years. Dr. Churchill is board-certified by the American College of Veterinary Nutrition and a member of the American Academy of Veterinary Nutrition. At the University of Minnesota, she currently is associate medical director for Specialty, Primary and Urgent Care Services, associate clinical professor and director of the Nutrition Service at the Veterinary Medical Center. Dr. Churchill is passionate about all aspects of small-animal clinical nu­trition and works to improve client communication to suc­cessfully integrate nutrition into the care of every patient. Among her contributions, she served on the task force to develop the American Animal Hospital Association guide­lines for weight management, and is also a member of the board of the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention.
Michelle Rose
DVM, DACVIM (Cardiology), Staff Cardiologist and Director of Medical Specialties, Animal Emergency and Referral Center of Minnesota (Oakdale, MN)
Dr. Michelle Rose obtained her veterinary degree cum laude in 2004 from the University of Florida, and then completed an internship in small animal medicine & surgery at Texas A&M University. In 2006, she was accepted into University of Minnesota’s comparative cardiology residency and achieved board certification in 2009.
She has been working since 2014 at the Animal Emergency and Referral Center, which is a large private practice in the suburbs of the Twin Cities with a team of 21 specialists and 27 ER doctors. Her clinical interests include familial cardiomyopathies, advanced congestive heart failure treatment strategies, and interventional cardiac procedures. Her favorite part of being a cardiologist is the bonds built with patients and clients over the years.
Jennifer Radosevich
PhD
Dr. Radosevich is the Worldwide Director of Research at Hill’s Pet Nutrition where she is responsible for leading the early research team to develop and accelerate new technologies for Hill’s products. She oversees the Nutrition Innovation, Bioinformatics and Research Laboratories teams to further research platforms including nutrigenetics, nutrigenomics, metabolomics, and microbiomics.
She completed her PhD in Biochemistry/ Molecular Cellular and Developmental Biology at Iowa State University and is a current member of the BioKansas Board of Directors. She has over 20 years industry experience leveraging innovation to further business goals in the agribusiness, human and pet food markets.