Purdue Veterinary Technician Symposium
Purdue Veterinary Medicine hosts an annual Veterinary Technician Symposium to provide an opportunity for veterinary assistants, veterinary technology students, and veterinary technicians to obtain approved continuing education credits.
Learn practical information to use in clinical practice with a variety of lecture topics centered on clinical practice, small animal medicine, large animal medicine, cardiology, and behavior to name a few. Develop your professional network! Meet others that share a passion for continuing education and strive to be the very best. Network with colleagues from veterinary facilities throughout Indiana and surrounding states. Meet faculty and staff of Purdue Veterinary Medicine. Past attendees cited this symposium as "extremely valuable," commenting on the high quality of speakers, practicality of the topics and the great value for the cost.
Presentation Proceedings from 2017 Symposium
- 2017 Vet Tech Symposium Program
- Equine Protozoal Myeloencephalitis (EPM): A Review & Update - Sandy Taylor, DVM, PhD
- Junction Malfunctions: Neuromuscular Diseases & the Technicians Role - Brittany Laflen, RVT
- From the Tried & True to the Sexy & New: Treating Tendon & Ligament Injuries in the Equine Athlete - Molly Cripe Birt, BS, RVT
- The Biggest Loser, Canine Edition! - Jessica Bowditch, RVT
- The Equine Foot: Basic Anatomy, Care & Common Problems - Kyle Clever, RVT
- BOINK!: More Than Just a Bump on the Head - Kathleen Mowery, RVT
- Fixing the Leak: Canine Ectopic Ureters in the Female Dog - Julie Commons, BS, RVT, VTS (SAIM)
- Equine Cataract - Pam Kirby, RVT
- Your Mental Health: Compassion Fatigue and Your Well-Being - Jamie Schoenbeck Walsh, BS, RN, RVT / Paige Allen, MS, RVT
- When is it Abuse? Clinical Assessment to Determine Possible Animal Hoarding, Neglect, or Abuse - Jodi Lovejoy, DVM
- Indiana Code Title 35-46-3 Offenses Relating to Animals
Program proceedings are password protected and available to registered symposium attendees.