Thank you to SEVC Speaker and Equipment Sponsors:

  • Chi University
  • Clemson Livestock Poultry Health
  • CVETS (Columbia Veterinary Emergency Trauma & Specialty)
  • Encore
  • Epicur Pharma
  • Get MotiVETed
  • Jurox
  • Steris
  • The Carolinas Animal Hospital & Dental Clinic
  • T&L Veterinary Business Consulting
  • Universal Imaging
  • Zoetis
 Audience: (A): All / (V): Veterinarians / (VT): Veterinary Technicians / Practice Managers (PM)

 

Sunday, June 26 (4 CE Available)

9:00 am               Registration
11:00 am             Exhibitor Move-in
1-4:00 pm           What the cluck am I supposed to do with this? A Backyard Poultry Lab, Sarah Scott (A)
12:30-1:20 pm  

  • An Introduction to Controlled Substances and DEA Regulations and Why Controlled Substances Are one of the Veterinarians Biggest Risk, Jan Woods (Epicur Pharma) (A)
  • Radiographic Positioning, Katherine Queck (The Carolinas Animal Hospital & Dental Clinic) (VT, V)
1:30-2:20 pm
  • DEA Regulatory Requirements When Ordering, Receiving, Storing, Recordkeeping, Logging, Dispensing…, Jan Woods (Epicur Pharma) (A)
  • Pre-Referral Management of Oncologic Patients, Dana Connell (V)
  • Interpretation of Dental X-Rays, Katherine Queck (The Carolinas Animal Hospital & Dental Clinic) (VT)
  • Dealing with Difficult Clients, Tracy Sheffield (T&L Veterinary Business Consulting) (A)

2:30-3:20 pm

  • Recognizing and Handling Staff and Client Addiction and What the DEA Says the Veterinarian Must Do About It, Jan Woods (Epicur Pharma) (A)
  • Cancer: DNA Goes Off leash (PetDX)
  • Immune Mediate Hemolytic Anemia, Tracy Schlicksup (CVETS) (VT)
  • Dealing with Difficult Clients cont., Tracy Sheffield (T&L Veterinary Business Consulting) (A)

3:30-4:20 pm

  • Proactively Preparing for a DEA Audit and How to Handle a DEA Audit When the DEA Knocks on Your Door! Jan Woods (Epicur Pharma) (A)
  • Small Animal Ophthalmic Emergencies, Hannah Visser (V)

 
4:30-5:30 pm     Grand Opening Reception in Exhibit Hall 


Monday, June 27 (7 CE)
7:00 am               Registration/Exhibit Hall Open/Breakfast in Exhibit Hall
8:00- 11:50 am   Radiographic Position Dental Lab, Katherine Queck, (Hospital for Veterinary Dentistry and Oral Surgery) (V, VT)
 
8 – 8:50 am

  • Small Ruminant (goats and sheep) Parasite Control, Jennifer Halleran (V)
  • How to Integrate TCVM into General Practice: Acupuncture Basics, Part 1, Tami Shearer (Chi. Univ.) (V)
  • Corporate Veterinary Medicine: Is Winter Coming?, Tim Loonam (Encore) (A)          
9:00-9:50 am  
  • Small Ruminant Dermatology, Jennifer Halleran (V)
  • Immune Mediate Hemolytic Anemia, Tracy Schlicksup (CVETS) (V)
  • How to Integrate TCVM into General Practice: Acupuncture Basics, Part 2, Tami Shearer (Chi. Univ.) (V)
  • When Tacos and Doughnuts Stop Working: Creating a Positive Practice Culture, Tracy Sheffield (T&L Veterinary Business Consulting) (A)
10:00-10:50 am
  • Selecting the Best Antimicrobials for SR Cases, Jennifer Halleran (V)
  • Cancer Detection in 2022: Can a Blood Test Really Find Cancer? (PetDX)
  • The Diagnostic Approach to the Pruritic Dog, Fiona Bateman (Zoetis) (V)
  • Capnography and Anesthetic Ventilators, Tim Loonam (Encore) (VT)
11:00-11:50 am
  • Overview of Camelid Medicine, Jennifer Halleran (V)
  • Nonulcerative Corneal Disease of Small Animals, Hannah Visser (V)
  • The Diagnostic Approach to the Pruritic Cat, Fiona Bateman (Zoetis) (V)
  • The Workplace Environment: The Overlooked Profit Center, Tracy Sheffield (T&L Veterinary Business Consulting) (A)

 
12:00 – 1:00 pm                Lunch & Learn – ECG Interpretation, Rebecca Kennerly (CVETS) (A)
1:00- 1:30 pm                    Dessert in Exhibit Hall
1:00-4:30 pm                     * Basic Ultrasound Lecture/Lab, Rudy Rivas, CVETS (V, VT)    
1:00-2:20 pm

  • Clemson, Livestock, Poultry Updates, Michael Neault (CLPH) (V)
  • Case Studies of Common Ophthalmological Issues, Hannah Visser (V)
  • Case Discussions in Dermatology, Fiona Bateman (Zoetis) (V)
  • Bullet Proof Medical Records, Part 1, Jerry Alan Greene (A)
2:30-3:20 pm
  • Lowcountry Zoo at Brookgreen Gardens, Andrea DeMuth and Patricia Scharko (A)
  • Otitis - Treatment Tips and Tricks, Fiona Bateman (Zoetis) (V)
  • Who Goes First: Triage in Challenging Times, Tracy Schlicksup (CVETS) (VT)
  • Bullet Proof Medical Records, Part 2, Jerry Alan Greene (A)

 
4:00-9:00 pm     Offsite: Brookgreen Gardens Walking Tour, Creek Excursion, Dinner, Transportation to and from.
 
(A): All / (V): Veterinarians / (VT): Veterinary Technicians / Practice Managers (PM)
 
Tuesday, June 28 (7 CE)
7:00 am               Registration/Exhibit Hall Open/Breakfast in Exhibit Hall
7:00 – 7:50am    Christian Veterinary Mission Fellowship
8-11:50 am         Soft Tissue Surgery Wetlab, Mandy Wallace (Steris) (V)
8:00-8:50 am

  • Wound Debridement Techniques (Equine), Reid Hanson (V)
  • When to Extract, Katherine Queck (The Carolinas Animal Hospital & Dental Clinic) (V)
  • An Evidence Based Comparison: Alfaxalone & Propofol, Amanda Calla (Jurox) (V)
  • Diabetes Demystified, Tim Loonam (Encore) (V, VT)  
9:00-9:50 am
  • Early Management of Limb Wounds (Equine), Reid Hanson (V)
  • Extraction Techniques, Katherine Queck (Hospital for Veterinary Dentistry and Oral Surgery) (V)
  • Balancing Anesthesia and Common Co-Morbidities, Elizabeth Martinez (Jurox) (V)
  • What a Practice Manager Can Do for Your Practice, Tracy Sheffield (T&L Veterinary Business Consulting) (A)

10:00-10:50 am

  • Treatment of Complicated Limb wounds (Equine), Reid Hanson (V)
  • Pathology for Dentistry, Katherine Queck (Hospital for Veterinary Dentistry and Oral Surgery) (V)
  • How to Integrate TCVM into General Practice: Herbals and Tui-na, Part 3, Tami Shearer (Chi. Univ.) (V)
  • Vomiting & Diarrhea, Tim Loonam (Encore) (V, VT)

11:00-11:50 am

  • Skin Grafting Methods for the Treatment of Limb Wounds (Equine), Reid Hanson (V)
  • Is the Lameness Neurologic or Orthopedic, William Draper (V)
  • How to Integrate TCVM into General Practice: Case Studies and Review, Tami Shearer (Chi. Univ.) (V)
  • Real World Experience with Blood-based “Liquid Biopsy” Testing for Cancer Detection in Dogs (PetDX)

11:55 am – 12:50 pm   Lunch and Learn – The Veterinary Wellbeing Choice: How to Prioritize, Cultivate, and Maintain Wellbeing, Quincey Hawley & Renee Machel (Get MotiVETed) (A)
 
12:50-1:10 pm                   Dessert in Exhibit Hall
1:15-4:30 pm                     Dental Extractions Lab, Katherine Queck (Hospital for Veterinary Dentistry and Oral Surgery) (V)
1:15-2:05 pm

  • USDA VS Accreditation Module #19 Animal Health Emergencies, Ronald Southerland (V)
  • Triage and Stabilization, Tracy Schlicksup (CVETS) (V)
  • Pet Birds: Common Presentations and How to Manage Them, Jose Biascoechea (V)
  • Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff: When Not to Panic During Anesthesia, Elizabeth Martinez (Jurox) (V)
2:15-3:05 pm
  • USDA VS Accreditation Module #35 Bovine Tuberculosis, Ronald Southerland (V)
  • Seizures and Status Epilepticus, William Draper (V)
  • Reptiles: Common Presentations and How to Manage Them, Jose Biascoechea (V)
  • Optimizing Anesthetic Recovery, Elizabeth Martinez (Jurox) (V)

3:15-4:15 pm            Reception in Exhibit Hall – Games – Prizes


Wednesday, June 29 (4 CE)
7:00-7:30 am               Breakfast
7:30 – 11:00am           Wound Management Surgical WetLab, Mandy Wallace (Steris) (V)
7:30-8:20 am        

  • Practical Use of Mindfulness: Improve Performance, Enjoy More, & Stress Less, Quincey Hawley & Renee Machel (Get MotiVETed) (A)
  • Updates in Veterinary Neurology, William Draper (V)
  • Small Mammals, the Carnivores and Omnivores: Common Presentations and How to Manage Them, Stephanie Munyon (V)
8:30-9:20 am
  • Managing Otitis Externa, Science or Art?, Cindy Bauer (V)
  • Case-based Video Review of Diagnosis and Management of Common Neurologic Diseases, William Draper (V)
  • Small Mammals, the Herbivores: Common Presentations and How to Manage Them, Stephanie Munyon (V)
  • Improving the Anesthetic Experience During Dentistry, Katherine Queck (Hospital for Veterinary Dentistry and Oral Surgery) (VT)
9:30-10:20 am
  • How to Get the Best Outcome with Atopy Patients, Cindy Bauer (V)
  • Dental Instrumentation Usage, Katherine Queck  (Hospital for Veterinary Dentistry and Oral Surgery)  (VT)
  • A 5-Step Formula for Creating a Life and Veterinary Career You Love, Quincey Hawley & Renee Machel (Get MotiVETed) (A)
10:30-11:30 am
  • Diagnosing and Managing Common and Uncommon Dermatology Cases: A Case Review, Cindy Bauer (V)
  • Progressive Veterinary Leadership: Placing Individual and Team Wellbeing at the Forefront, Quincey Hawley & Renee Machel (Get MotiVETed)

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