practice management

Emerald Coast
Veterinary Conference
ECVC is presented by the Alabama and Georgia veterinary medical associations
June 3-7, 2015
Sandestin Golf & Beach Resort
Destin, FL
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Anesthesia
Backyard Poultry
Clinical Pathology
Critical Care Medicine
Geriatrics
Hematology
Laser Therapy & Rehabilitation
• Orthopedics
• Parasitolgy
• Practice management/tech
solutions
• Radiology
• Respiratory / Pulmonology
• Shelter Medicine
• Ultrasound
• Urology
• USDA-National Veterinary
Accrediatation Program
Modules
• Vaccination Updates
• Trade show
• ECVC meeting app
• Full breakfast included for registrants
• Proceedings available in digital or printed
formats – online proceedings also available
• Welcome reception Wed. 6/3
Required CE
• 2 hours of LEAP CE (Legal, Ethical and Professional)
are available to meet Georgia and Florida’s
requirements.
LEAP CE
Legal, Ethical & Professional
Technicians and assistants
• 10 hours of CE specifically designed for technicians
and assistants
play al l day
First Class Resort
Thursday, June 4
sponsored by
Keynote
Presentation
Small Animal
Clinical Pathology — Pete Christopherson, DVM, PhD,
Richard B. Ford, DVM, DACVIM, DACVPM (Hon)
DACVP
— 7 – 7:50 am
Review of clinical enzymology and liver function tests — 9:20 – 11
am (2 CE hrs.)
Infectious disease and
bioterrorism: implications
for veterinary medicine
Infectious agents present in cytologic samples: the common,
uncommon and easily missed — 11:20 am – 1 pm (2 CE hrs.)
Vaccination Updates — Richard Ford, DVM, DACVIM,
DACVPM (Hon.)
Canine and feline vaccination protocols: issues and controversies
— 9:20 – 11 am (2 CE hrs.)
PRACTICE
MANAGEMENT
Vaccine adverse reactions: vaccine-induced injury
Rabies awareness challenge — 11:20 am – 1 pm (2 CE hrs.)
Practice Management / Tech
Solutions— Eric D. Garcia
Laser Therapy and
Rehabilitation — Darryl Millis, DVM, DACVS
Using Facebook for maximized success
— 9:20 – 11 am (2 CE hrs.)
Why rehab and what can I do right now in my practice?
— 9:20 – 11 am (2 CE hrs.)
Developing a reputation management and
client feedback strategy — 11:20 am – 1 pm (2
CE hrs.)
Schedule
Shining some light on laser therapy — 11:20 am – 1 pm (2 CE hrs.)
6:30–7 am
7–7:50 am
7:50–9:20 am
9:20–11 am
Registration
Coffee
Exhibit hall open
General Session
Breakfast (included with registration)
Exhibit hall open
Backyard Poultry
Small Animal Medicine
Practice Management
Thursday Activities
Backyard Poultry
— Moderated by Karen Grogan, DVM, MS, DACVP
Basic husbandry for backyard flocks – Dr.
Ken Macklin
Biosecurity and respiratory diseases of
interest in backyard poultry – Dr. Kelli Jones
Common diseases and diagnostics – Dr. Joel
Cline — 9:20 – 11 am (2 CE hrs.)
ALVMA Awards Luncheon
Join ALVMA members at 1 pm at the Sandestin Resort for the ALVMA awards and installation
of new officers. Ticketed lunch is available for $35, but is not required for attendance.
Bike Ride
sponsored by
This always popular event
lets you, your colleagues,
family and friends enjoy a group ride around the
Sandestin Golf & Beach Resort. This event is free with
your registration. Sign up on the registration form and
meet us at the Baytowne Marina Bike Outlet at 2 pm
on Friday, June 5.
NPIP – participation for backyard flocks
– Dr. Elena Behnke
Therapeutics – what is allowed in poultry?
– Dr. Steve Roney — 11:20 am – 1 pm (2 CE hrs.)
Mingle at the Marina
Join us at the Baytowne Marina because
this party has it all. The evening starts
at 5:30 for an hour of kids’ events and a
happy hour for adults. Kids games include
sand city building, relay races, and water
balloon toss and throw. Dinner at 6:30 is
followed by adult fun starting at 7:30 with
the local band Cool Rayz. A free drink will
be provided to all registrants. Be sure to
mark this night on your registration form
because you won’t want to miss it!
11–11:20 am
11:20 am–1 pm
1 pm
Break in exhibit hall
Backyard Poultry
ALVMA Awards Luncheon
Small Animal Medicine
Practice Management
2 pm
5:30–10 pm
Bike Ride
Mingle at the Marina
Friday, June 5
Small Animal
Anesthesia — James Gaynor, DVM, MS, DACVAA, DAAPM
Hematology — Pete Christopherson, DVM, PhD, DACVP
Update on anesthesia and analgesia — 7 – 8:40 am (2 CE hrs.)
Reasons to evaluate a blood smear: they are more exciting
than you think
Appropriate diagnostic considerations for a bleeding
patient — 7 – 8:40 am (2 CE hrs.)
Everything you wanted to know or didn’t about NSAIDS
Fringe therapy….fringe benefits? — 10:10 – 11:50 am (2 CE hrs.)
Logical approaches to chronic arthritis pain — 12:10 – 1 pm (1 CE hr.)
Parasitolgy — Bryon Blagburn, MS, PhD
The molecular basis for inherited bleeding disorders and
importance for veterinarians — 10:10 – 11:50 am (2 CE hrs.)
Congenital Macrothrombocytopenias: what are we
missing? (Hint: a lot) — 12:10 – 1 pm (1 CE hr.)
sponsored by
What you don’t know about heartworm and
heartworm disease — 7 – 8:40 am (2 CE hrs.)
Fleas, ticks and vector-borne diseases: new products and strategies
— 10:10 – 11:50 am (2 CE hrs.)
New solutions to old problems: Giardia, Coccidia, Trichomoniasis,
Toxoplasmosis and others — 12:10 – 1 pm (1 CE hr.)
Urology — India Lane, DVM, MS, Ed.D, DACVIM
Urinary incontinence: from simple to unusual — 7 – 8:40 am (2 CE hrs.)
Frustrating lower urinary tract disorders in cats — 10:10 – 11:50 am (2
CE hrs.)
Respiratory / Pulmonology — Lesley
King, MVB, DACVECC, DACVIM
Bacterial pneumonia in dogs: recognition and diagnostics
Infectious pneumonia in puppies: what’s different about
juveniles? — 7 – 8:40 am (2 CE hrs.)
Treatment of bacterial pneumonia in adult dogs and puppies:
antibiotics
Treatment of pneumonia in dogs and puppies: beyond
antibiotics — 10:10 – 11:50 am (2 CE hrs.)
Bacterial pneumonia: case challenges — 12:10 – 1 pm (1 CE hr.)
Teaching in your practice: skills and tips — 12:10 – 1 pm (1 CE hr.)
Schedule
6:30–7 am
7–8:40 am
8:40–10:10 am
9 am
Registration
Coffee
Exhibit hall open
Small Animal Medicine
Poultry (see above for schedule)
Breakfast (included with registration)
Exhibit hall open
Spouses Meet and Greet Breakfast
USDA Modules
Poultry
Friday Activities
Moderator: Dr. Karen Burns Grogan
The latest and greatest on Salmonella – Dr. Randy Singer — 8
– 8:30 am
Spouses Meet and Greet Breakfast
A continental breakfast for the spouses of registrants. All
spouses and significant others are invited to attend on Friday at
9 am (location TBD). Cost $10 per person.
Avian Influenza outbreaks in Canada – Dr. Darko Mitevski
— 8:30 – 9 am
Poultry sustainability – Dr. Ken Opengart — 9 – 9:30 am
Golf Outing
MS task force update – Dr. Louise Zavala — 10 – 10:30 am
Join your colleagues and save on greens fees on Friday
afternoon while you play 18 holes on Links Golf Course, one
of the Southeast’s finest. Match play begins at 1:45 pm.
Be sure to thank the
sponsors at each hole.
The generous support of
sponsors and exhibitors
has offset the cost of golf
considerably.
Cost $50
Antimicrobial resistance of MS isolates and the effect of
antibiotic treatments on shedding in broiler breeders – Dr.
Alexis Keirs — 10:30 – 10:45 am
Measuring IBV vaccination efficiency in the hatchery: what are
we looking for? – Dr. Brian Jordan— 10:45 – 11 am
Reovirus Update 2014-2015 – Dr. Holly Sellers — 11 – 11:30 am
Broiler case report – everything plus the kitchen sink — 11:30
am – noon
Tennis Tournament
If you like tennis you will love the facilities at Sandestin.
With 15 world-class tennis courts in hard and HydroGrid
clay, Sandestin has been rated one of the top 15 tennis
resorts in the nation. Join other registrants for a friendly
tournament at 2 pm at the courts adjacent the marina. Best
of all, the tournament is free!
10:10–11:50 am
11:50 am –12:10 pm
12:10 –1 pm
1:45–6 pm
2 pm
Small Animal Medicine
Poultry (see above for schedule)
Break
Small Animal Medicine
Poultry (see above for schedule)
Golf Outing
Tennis Tournament
USDA Modules
USDA Modules
Saturday, June 6
Small Animal
Geriatrics — Michael Schaer, DVM, DACVIM (saim), DACVECC
Orthopedics — James Toombs, DVM, MS, DACVS
Diabetic phenomena — 7 – 8:40 am (2 CE hrs.)
The amazing advantages of external skeletal fixation — 7 – 8:40
am (2 CE hrs.)
Challenging medical cases — 10:10 – 11:50 am (2 CE hrs.)
Basic principles for application of ESF — 10:10 – 11:50 am (2 CE hrs.)
Pictures worth 1000 words – part 1 — 12:10 – 1 pm (1 CE hr.)
Postoperative care, staged disassembly and fixator removal
— 12:10 – 1 pm (1 CE hr.)
Radiology — Michelle Fabiani, DVM, DACVR
Respiratory / Pulmonology — Lesley
King, MVB, DACVECC, DACVIM
PennHIP evaluation of canine hip dysplasia
Fun with radiographic contrast procedures — 7 – 8:40 am (2 CE hrs.)
Pulmonary edema: understanding why the lung leaks
Pulmonary edema: syndromes and their management — 7
– 8:40 am (2 CE hrs.)
How to identify a broken heart: cardiac radiology, thoracic and abdominal
radiology pearls — 10:10 – 11:50 am (2 CE hrs.)
Why all the heavy breathing: pulmonary radiology — 12:10 – 1 pm (1 CE hr.)
Feline bronchial disease and asthma: practical management
Pleural effusions in cats: approach to rational diagnostics and
therapy — 10:10 – 11:50 am (2 CE hrs.)
Case challenges: pearls from my files — 12:10 – 1 pm (1 CE hr.)
USDA Accreditation –
USDA APHIS Veterinary Services – Joanna Davis, DVM
Module 23: Use of antibiotics in animals
Module 12: Animal disease traceability
Module 3: Overview of foreign animal, program, and reportable
diseases
Schedule
Module 7: Foreign animal disease detection in category 1
animals
Module 9: Interstate and international health certificates for
category 1 animals
6:30–7 am
6:30–7 am
7–8:40 am
8:40–10:10 am
10:10–11:50 am
GVMA Walk and
5K Run
Registration
Coffee
Exhibit hall open
Small Animal Medicine
Technician CE
Poultry (see above for schedule)
Breakfast
Exhibit hall open/
Exhibit ends
Small Animal Medicine
Technician CE
Poultry (see above for schedule)
Poultry
Moderator: Dr. John Glisson
Coccidiosis – Dr. Steve Fitz-Coy — 8 – 8:30 am
Plant based anti-coccidials – Dr. Greg Mathis
— 8:30– 8:50 am
Antibiotic resistance and on-farm NARMS – Dr.
Randy Singer — 8:50 – 9:30 am
Saturday Activities
ECVC Walk and 5K Run
Join us Saturday morning at the
Baytowne Marina for an annual
favorite. The Fun Run for children
ages 1–12 begins at 7 am, and
the adult walk and 5K run begin at
6:30 am.
LPDV in wild turkeys – Dr. Heather Fenton — 10
– 10:20 am
Case report: suspected carbon monoxide toxicity
in a commercial broiler hatchery – Dr. Samantha
Pohl — 10 – 10:15 am
Veterinary Feed Directive – what you need to
know – Dr. Francene Van Sambeek — 10:35– 10:50
Beach Volleyball
Leave the stress of class behind
and head to the beach at 2 pm for
friendly volleyball in the sun and
sand.
am
Update from the National Poultry Improvement
Plan – Dr.Denise Brinson— 10:50 – 11:05 am
APHIS update – Dr. Christopher Young — 11:05
– 11:20 am
Alumni Receptions
On Saturday evening the colleges of veterinary medicine for
Auburn, Georgia, Mississippi State and Tuskegee will host alumni
receptions. Select these receptions on your registration forms and
we will keep you updated on times and locations.
Regulatory issues and AI Response Plan
discussion – GA and AL State Veterinarians
— 11:20– 11:30 am
Diagnostic case reports from Georgia — 11:30
– 11:45 am
Diagnostic case reports from Alabama — 11:45
am – noon
11:50 am–12:10 pm
12:10 –1 pm
6 pm (events and times are tentative)
Break
Small Animal Medicine
Technician CE
Poultry (see above for schedule)
Alumni Receptions for Auburn,
Georgia, Miss. St., Tuskegee
Sunday, June 7
Small Animal
Critical Care Medicine
Geriatrics — Michael Schaer, DVM, DACVIM (saim),
— Greg Lisciandro, DVM, DAVBP, DACVECC
DACVECC
Case-based applications of abdominal FAST
(AFAST) and its AFAST-applied fluid scoring
system (AFS)
The gallbladder halo sign – more than
anaphylaxis — 7 – 8:40 am (2 CE hrs.)
Atypical Cushing’s — 7 – 8:40 am (2 CE hrs.)
Case-based applications of thoracic FAST (TFAST)
Lung ultrasound in small animals – The Vet BLUE
— 9 – 10:40 am (2 CE hrs.)
Global FAST triad for patient monitoring and CPR
— 10:50 – 11:40 am (1 CE hr.)
Shelter Medicine — Kimberly
Woodruff, DVM, MS
Canine and feline respiratory diseases
Infectious disease control — 7 – 8:40 am (2 CE hrs.)
Vaccination protocols in shelters
Efficient spay and neuter techniques — 9 – 10:40
am (2 CE hrs.)
Not-so everyday surgeries in shelter medicine
— 10:50 – 11:40 am (1 CE hr.)
Treat for the treatable — 9 – 10:40 am (2 CE hrs.)
Pictures worth 1000 words – part 2 — 10:50 – 11:40 am
(1 CE hr.)
Ultrasound — Michelle Fabiani, DVM, DACVR
Imaging of GI foreign bodies
Liver or let die: ultrasonography of hepatobiliary and
pancreatic diseases — 7 – 8:40 am (2 CE hrs.)
Musculoskeletal and other non-abdominal
ultrasound
LMNO Pee: urinary ultrasound — 9 – 10:40 am (2 CE
hrs.)
Messin with intestines: ultrasound of the GI tract
— 10:50 – 11:40 am (1 CE hr.)
Technician CE
PRACTICE MANAGEMENT
LEAP* – Legal, ethical and professional
CE — Charlotte Lacroix, DVM, JD
VETERINARY TECHNICIAN — 5 CE hours
LEAP CE
Legal, Ethical & Professional
sponsored by
Dealing with another doctor’s mistake: what to tell the client
Medical records: a veterinarian’s report card — 7 – 8:40 am (2
CE hrs.)
Ethical practice: it ain’t easy and it’s getting tougher
Coping with civil law suits and state board actions — 9 – 10:40 am (2 CE hrs.)
Informed consents – boring until you get sued — 10:50 – 11:40 am (1 CE hr.)
Saturday, June 6
— Catherine Lane, DVM
Introduction to veterinary-client communication
Open-ended inquiry and the power of the pause — 7 – 8:40 am (2 CE hrs.)
Non-verbal communication and reflective listening
Empathy — 10:10 – 11:50 am (2 CE hrs.)
Chunk and check, signpost and summarize — 12:10 – 1 pm (1 CE hr.)
VETERINARY TECHNICIAN — 5 CE hours
Activities
Fellowship Breakfast — 7 – 8 am
All ECVC registrants, their family and guests are
invited for a time of fellowship, sharing and
inspiration. Adults and children – $25
sponsored by
sponsored by
Sunday, June 7
— “Frank Modules”
The truth about vomiting and the science behind the speed of onset — 7 – 8:40 am (2 CE hrs.)
Human animal bond/Frank skills in action — 9 – 10:40 am (2 CE hrs.)
Frank skills in action — 10:50 – 11:40 am (1 CE hr.)
Resort Information
Baytowne
Conference
Center
(There are no meetings at this location)
Housing Request Form
Emerald Coast Veterinary Conference
Tuesday, June 2 - Sunday, June 7, 2015 Group Code 22X6FB
Book online at www.Sandestin.com or fax completed form to 850-267-8221.
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ACCOMMODATIONS AND RATES
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Any other type of accommodation besides what is in your block will vary in cost depending on location.
Beachside Studio.................... $315.84 __
Beachside 1 Bdrm .................. $360.64 __
Beachside 2 Bdrm .................. $504.00 __
Westwinds 1 Bdrm ................. $473.76 __
Westwinds 2 Bdrm ................. $585.76 __
Beachwalk 2 Bdrm ................. $324.80 __
Village Studio ......................... $226.24 __
Village 1 Bdrm ....................... $294.56 __
Lakeside 3 Bdrm..................... $431.20 __
Bayside 1 Bdrm ...................... $259.84 __
Bayside 2 Bdrm ...................... $316.96 __
Bayside 3 Bdrm ...................... $393.12 __
Grand Complex Studio............ $226.24 __
Grand Complex 1 Bdrm .......... $294.56 __
Grand Complex 2 Bdrm .......... $420.00 __
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With a great location comes great speakers
Byron Blagburn, MS, PhD— Auburn, AL
Professor, Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine
Peter Christopherson, DVM, PhD, DACVP— Auburn, AL
Associate Professor, Department of Pathobiology, Auburn University
Michelle Fabiani, DVM, DACVR— Houston, TX
Staff Radiologist, Gulf Coast Veterinary Specialists
Richard B. Ford, DVM, MS, DACVIM, DACVPM(Hon)— Raleigh, NC
Emeritus Professor of Medicine, North Carolina State University College of
Veterinary Medicine
Eric Garcia— Lutz, FL
IT and Web Marketing Consultant
James Gaynor, DVM, MS, DACVAA, DAAPM— Frisco, CO
Owner, Peak Performance Veterinary Group
Lesley King, MVB, DACEVCC, DACVIM— Philadelphia, PA
Director, Intensive Care Unit, Professor of Critical Care, University of Pennsylvania
Charlotte Lacroix, DVM, JD— Whitehouse Station, NJ
Owner and CEO, Veterinary Business Advisors, Inc.
India Lane, DVM, MS, EdD, DACVIM— Knoxville, TN
Professor of Medicine, Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences, Assistant
Vice President for Academic Affairs and Student Success, University of Tennessee
Gregory R. Lisciandro, DVM, DABVP, DACVECC— San Antonio, TX
Chief of Emergency and Critical Care, Emergency Pet Center
Darryl L. Millis, DVM, DACVS, CCRP, DACVSMR— Knoxville, TN
Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, University of Tennessee College of Veterinary
Medicine
Michael Schaer, DVM, DACVIM(saim), DACVECC— Gainesville, FL
Professor Emeritus and Adjunct Professor, University of Florida College of
Veterinary Medicine
James Toombs, DVM, MS, DACVS— Ames, IA
Professor of Small Animal Surgery, Iowa State University College of Veterinary
Medicine
Kimberly Woodruff, DVM, MS— Starkville, MS
Director of Shelter Medicine, Mississippi State University College of Veterinary
Medicine.
POULTRY PROGRAM SPEAKERS
Dr. Denise Brinson
Dr. Heather Fenton
Dr. Steve Fitz-Coy
Dr. David French
Dr. Brian Jordan
Dr. Alexis Keirs
Dr. Greg Mathis
Dr. Darko Mitevski
Dr. Ken Opengart
Senior Coordinator, NPIP
Public Service Assistant, SCWDS, UGA
Poultry Pathologist-Parasitologist, Merck Animal Health
Veterinarian, Sanderson Farms
Assistant Professor, PDRC and Poultry Science, UGA
MAM Candidate, PDRC, UGA
Southern Poultry Research
Veterinarian, Poultry Health Services LTD. Airdrie, Alberta
Vice President, Live Operations and Corporate Social
Responsibility, Keystone Foods
Dr. Samantha Pohl
MAM Candidate, PDRC, UGA
Dr. Holly Sellers
Professor, PDRC, University of Georgia
Dr. Randall Singer
Associate Professor, University of Minnesota College of
Veterinary Medicine
Dr. Francene Van Sambeek Associate Technical Advisor, Elanco
Dr. Christopher Young
APHIS Assistant District Director District 2
Dr. Louise Zavala
Director, Georgia Poultry Laboratory Network
REGISTRATION FORM
Early Bird (5/8)
$450/$600
$325/$375
2015 Emerald Coast Veterinary Conference
Full
2 Day
June 3-7, 2015
Early-bird Deadline – 5/8
Online registration is available today at EmeraldCoastVC.com
Circle the 2 days you will attend: Thurs–Fri
Attendee
Only ONE registrant per form (includes purchasing agent). Make copies as needed.
Name: _______________________________________________________________
First Name for Badge: ___________________________________________________
Company/Practice: _____________________________________________________
Spouse/Guest5
State: __________ ZIP: _________________
Phone: _____________________________
Fax: ____________________________
Practice Owner
Associate
Licensed Tech
Practice Manager
Retired
Other
Proceedings
Proceedings are available on a flash/jump drive for your computer OR in printed booklets. Both proceedings
contain notes from all conference tracks. Availability of proceedings is not guaranteed after May 8.
Select ONE (only one version available per attendee):
Proceedings on flash/jump drive (FREE)
Fri–Sun
$365
Purchasing Agent
$20
Student
$100 (limited to first 15 students)
Activities/Events
Thursday, June 4
Cost
5. Spouse/guest badges are required for guests who wish
to access to the exhibit hall, including the daily breakfast.
No one will be allowed admission to the exhibit hall
without a badge. Children under 16 are not permitted
in the exhibit hall 6/4 – 6/7.
6. Admission to exhibit hall only from 10:30 am to
12:30 pm 6/4-6. Does not include breakfast.
Cancellation Policy: 80% refund if received by May 8, 2015.
No refunds after this date.
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Welcome Reception
(Wed. 5–6:30 pm)
Free
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Golf Outing (Fri.)
$50
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Mingle at the Marina
(Thurs.)
$45 adult
$15 child
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$_________
Spouse Meet/Greet
Breakfast (Fri.)
$10
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$_________
ALVMA Awards
Luncheon (Thurs.)
lunch is available
for $35
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$_________
Alumni Meeting (Sat.)
AU UGA UF
Miss St. TU
Free
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$_________
Bike Ride (Thurs.)
Free
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$_________
Walk/Run (Sat.)
$5 adult
$0 child
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$_________
Tennis (Fri.)
Free
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$_________
Fellowship Breakfast( Sun.)
$25
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$_________
Volleyball (Fri.)
Free
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$_________
MasterCard
I plan to attend the morning keynote session
4. Recent graduates are DVMs who graduated from
veterinary college in 2014 or 2015.
ECVC cannot guarantee space for any activities after May 8.
Payment
Please select the continuing education tracks you plan to attend on each day.
Clinical Pathology
Thurs–Sun
Printed Proceedings ($50)
CE
Backyard poultry
Thurs–Sat
3. Veterinary technician/staff registration includes the
technician track on 6/6 & 6/7. Practice Managers/staff
registration includes practice management track on 6/4.
Spouse/Guest Name: _______________________________________________
Email:________________________________________________________________
Select the description that best fits you
Sat–Sun
2. Proceedings not guaranteed for registrants after 5/8.
$60
6
City: __________________________
Fri–Sat
After 5/8
$550/$700
$400/$475
Vet Tech/Staff/Practice Managers3 $270
Recent Grad4
$240
6
Address: _____________________________________________________________
1. Member pricing includes ALVMA/GVMA members and
members of any other state VMA.
Member1/Non-member
Registration
Registration Subtotal $ ________
VISA
AMEX
Discover
Proceedings Subtotal $ ________
Total Due$ _____________
Check payable to ECVC
Laser Therapy Technology Solutions Vaccinations Updates
Name: ________________________________________________ Exp. Date: _________________________________________
Friday, June 5
Anesthesia
Hematology
Parasitology
Poultry
Respiratory/Pulmonology Urology
Card Number: ____________________________________ Signature ________________________________________________
Saturday, June 6
Geriatrics Orthopedics
Radiology
Respiratory/Pulmonology
Poultry
LEAP CE
Pharmacy Shelter Medicine
Vet Tech USDA
City: __________________________________________________ State: ________________ ZIP: _______________________
Sunday, June 7
Critical Care
Billing Address (if different): ___________________________________________________________________________________
Geriatrics
Vet Tech
Ultrasound
Registration includes: one convention proceedings on flash drive, admission to the exhibit hall and all CE sessions on the selected day of attendance, breakfast and
beverage breaks each registered day, and free special events that occur during your attendance.
Fax to: 678-309-3361 or Mail to: Emerald Coast Veterinary Conference, 233 Peachtree Street, Suite 2205, Atlanta, GA 30303
Emerald Coast Veterinary Conference
233 Peachtree St., Suite 2205
Atlanta, GA 30303
Emerald Coast Veterinary Conference
June 3 – 7, 2015
Sandestin Golf & Beach Resort, Destin, FL
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