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CE in the City 2017: Dermatology & Allergy Symposium
Sun, April 2, 2017, 8:00 AM – 3:40 PM EDT
Veterinary Specialty & Emergency Center (VSEC) and HOPE Veterinary Specialists Present...
CE in the CITY 2017 - Dermatology & Allergy Symposium
Lectures and case-studies will be presented in this full-day CE symposium. All presentations are RACE certified for those who need CE credits. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. There is no cost to register.
Series - Veterinarian & Technician
CE Credits - (5)
Date - Sunday April 2, 2017
Time - 8:00am to 3:40pm
Location - WHYY Studios, Independence Mall West, 150 N. 6th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106
**PARKING WILL BE FREE @ PPA Autopark at Independence Mall - we will have free parking tickets for you at the event. The lot is two blocks from WHYY Studios - address of the lot is 41 North 6th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106 - http://www.philapark.org/autopark-at-independence-mall/
8:00am Breakfast & Registration Opens
9:00am Welcome & Introductions
9:10am Wayne Rosenkrantz DVM, DACVD – “Management Strategies for the Atopic Dog”- PART 1
10:40am AM Break
11:00am Wayne Rosenkrantz DVM, DACVD – “Management Strategies for the Atopic Dog”- PART 2
1:15pm Platinum Sponsor Lecture – Royal Canin
1:45pm Ian Spiegel, VMD, MHS, DACVD – Veterinary Specialty & Emergency Center
“Case Based Dermatology Review: They all look the same to me!”
2:35pm PM Break
2:50pm Kevin Shanley DVM, DACVD – Hope Veterinary Specialists
“Managing MRSA, MRSP, and MRSS dermatologic infections in pets”
3:15pm Brian Palmeiro VMD, DACVD – Hope Veterinary Specialists
“New Concepts in Managing Acute and Chronic Otitis”
3:40pm Event Closing Remarks
Keynote Speaker - Wayne Rosenkrantz DVM, DACVD
"Management Strategies for the Atopic Dog"
Two part lecture series with an overview of current treatment options for canine atopic dermatitis. Part I will include discussions on general concepts on non-specific therapies, controlling flare factors, introduction on specific therapies and corticosteroids. Part II will include detailed discussions on cyclosporine , oclacitinib and Canine Atopic Dermatitis Immunotherapeutic (CYTOPOINT).
Management of the atopic dog requires multiple client and pet considerations. There is not one single therapy that will treat all patients and each individual case needs to be evaluated to determine the most appropriate short and long-term options.The objective of the lectures are to update the practitioner on the current management options available for the canine atopic dermatitis patient. Many traditional and newer forms of therapy are available to give the client and practitioner a “multimodal therapeutic” approach to the management of canine AD.
Kevin Shanley DVM, DACVD "Managing MRSA, MRSP, and MRSS dermatologic infections in pets"
Brian Palmeiro VMD, DACVD "New Concepts in Managing Acute and Chronic Otitis"
Ian Spiegel, VMD, MHS, DACVD "Case Based Dermatology Review: They all look the same to me!"
Keynote Speaker: Wayne Rosenkrantz, DVM, DACVD
"Management Strategies for the Atopic Dog"
Dr. Rosenkrantz is a 1982 UC Davis graduate and he achieved Diplomate status in the American College of Veterinary Dermatology (ACVD) in 1986. Together with his other partners at the Animal Dermatology Clinics he has built the largest group of veterinary dermatology practices in the world.
He has served on the multiple ACVD committees and past and present WCVD Committees. Dr. Rosenkrantz was awarded the DVM Pharmaceutical Award of Excellence for his contributions to veterinary dermatology. He actively lectures throughout the world and has been an instructor for the ESAVS and for the Western Veterinary Medicine College. He has published extensively on small animal and equine dermatology, He is a co-editor of Veterinary Allergy and contributed to the Current Veterinary Dermatology and the 7th edition of Muller and Kirk’s Small Animal Dermatology. He has special interest in therapeutics, equine dermatology, dermatohistopathology, immune mediated skin diseases and chronic allergic skin and ear disease management.
Ian Spiegel, VMD, MHS, DACVD - Veterinary Specialty & Emergency Center
"Case Based Dermatology Review: They all look the same to me!"
Brian Palmeiro VMD, DACVD - Hope Veterinary Specialists
"New Concepts in Managing Acute and Chronic Otitis"
Kevin Shanley DVM, DACVD - Hope Veterinary Specialists
"Managing MRSA, MRSP, and MRSS dermatologic infections in pets"