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delicate subject. In this topic, we will cover various types of personalities and communication styles. By understanding these personalities and communication styles, we can gain a better understanding of our doctor and the staff around us. We can learn that changing how we respond to situations can change the atmosphere and attitude of those around us. We will also cover self-care, conflict resolution, as well as looking inward to determine the source of the difficulty. TECHNOLOGY THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 _______________________________________ TELEHEALTH FOR THE PRACTICING VETERINARIAN Stephen Pittenger, DVM, DABVP (Canine & Feline Practice) 5:00 PM - 5:50 PM | Room 205 A review of the legal and practical aspects of providing telehealth consultations in your practice.

A CONTINUATION OF TIPS AND TRICKS OF TRIAGING EQUINE EMERGENCIES Amanda Albrecht, RVT, VTS (Equine Internal Medicine) 6:00 PM - 6:50 PM | Room 214 B A continuation from the previous lecture. Tips and tricks to prepare you and help you be the best team possible. NOT ALL COLIC'S NEED SURGERY Amanda Albrecht, RVT, VTS (Equine Internal Medicine) 7:00 PM - 7:50 PM | Room 214 B A review of the most common types of colic seen and how they are managed in a referral setting. NEONATAL CRITICAL CARE Amanda Albrecht, RVT, VTS (Equine Internal Medicine) 8:00 PM - 8:50 PM | Room 214 B Everybody loves a newborn baby of any species. We will discuss the importance of neonatal critical care in hospital for our sickest foals and review common diseases, diagnostics and treatment options available. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 _______________________________________ INTRODUCTION TO BLOOD BANKING Jordin Tillison, LVT, CVT, VTS (ECC), CWR, CCFP, FFCP 6:00 PM - 6:50 PM | Room 210 AB This lecture will cover different types of blood bank colonies, k-9 and feline donor screening, disease

screening, donor qualifications and owner information. Complete donation processes for k-9 and feline donations including complications and potential contraindications. Blood components, storage, process and handling will also be covered. K-9 and feline typing will also be discussed, including different typing methods available. New findings to consider in donor screening, including DAL, Kai and MIK. INTRO TO TRANSFUSION MEDICINE FOR THE ECC TECHNICIAN Jordin Tillison, LVT, CVT, VTS (ECC), CWR, CCFP, FFCP 7:00 PM - 7:50 PM | Room 210 AB This topic will cover k-9 and feline transfusion indications, including contraindications. Different types of transfusion reactions will also be covered. Recommended transfusion monitoring protocols and prevention measures to ensure a safe transfusion. Transfusion dosages with component therapy will be lectured on. K-9 and feline blood typing, typing methods, crossmatching and component therapy will be covered. New findings to consider in transfusion medicine, including DAL and MIK. DEALING WITH A DIFFICULT DOCTOR Jordin Tillison, LVT, CVT, VTS (ECC), CWR, CCFP, FFCP 8:00 PM - 8:50 PM | Room 210 AB Our work environment is one that has high emotion. This is something that not only affects the nurses in the practice but also the doctors. We often discuss dealing with support staff, however, we don't routinely discuss dealing with doctors as this is a



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