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1:00 PM – Wet Labs

Small Animal Dental Wet Lab

If you are looking for a way to get faster with extractions, more accurate with flap creation, more precise with alveolar bone removal and safer for your patient, yourself and your staff, this four-hour wet lab surgical extractions of the canine and carnassial teeth in dogs will arm you with the skills, tricks and helpful hints that you can immediately implement into your practice. There is a one hour mandatory zoom lecture that will precede the laboratory, providing a total of five (5) continuing education hours. Regional nerve blocks will be demonstrated and attendees will have the opportunity to practice placing blocks.  Each attendee will work with their own cadaveric specimen and highspeed dental unit. Instrument packs, burs, scalpels and PPE are all provided.

Attendees are encouraged to bring their own loupes if they have them. Attendees are responsible for their own transportation to and from the lab, on University of Nebraska East Campus.

25 max participants
DVMs only
Separate registration fee – $395

Equine Wet Lab

Are you seeing more horses in your veterinary practice than you imagined? This unique equine wet lab is focused on the comprehensive care of horses from teeth to feet. The lab will cover dental care, hoof care, lameness evaluation, and chiropractic care for your equine patients. The instructor will emphasize the importance of an integrated approach to equine health, where dental, hoof, and chiropractic care are seen as interconnected elements of overall wellness. Case studies and discussions will highlight how addressing issues in one area can impact the horse’s overall health and performance.

This wet lab will empower participants to provide top-notch care for the horses under their supervision. Attendees are responsible for their own transportation to and from the lab, on University of Nebraska East Campus.

18 max participants
DVMs and LVTs
Separate registration fee – $150

1:30 PM – 5:30 PM – Registration

Embassy Suites Downtown Lincoln
Room: TBD

2:00 PM – 6:00 PM NVMA Educational Sessions

Small Animal Track

Embassy Suites
Room: TBD

Small Animal Opthalmology
Presented by: Taryn Overton, DVM, DACVO

Session 1 – Indolent ulcers – tips and tricks for identification and management.
Session 2 – Ophthalmology and endocrine disease (this is not a review of endocrine pathways)
Session 3 – Random cases and clinical pearls (part 1)
Session 4-  Random cases and clinical pearls (part 2)
Large Animal Track

Embassy Suites
Room: TBD

Bovine Genomics
Presented by: Patrick Comyn, DVM

Session 1 – Veterinarians and Genomics (part 1)
Session 2 – Veterinarians and Genomics (part 2)
Session 3 – Theileria, Theileriosis, Details from Ground Zero
Session 4-  Equipment, Practice Tips

7:00 AM – 12:30 PM – Registration

Embassy Suites
Room: TBD

8:00 AM – 12:00 PM NVMA Educational Sessions

Practice Management Track

Embassy Suites
Room: TBD

Practice Management
Presented by: Andrea Crabtree, BS, CVPM, SPHR, PHRca, CCFP, FFCP

Session 1 – Tough Talks with Your Team
Session 2 – Work ON Your Practice Not just IN Your Practice
Session 3 – Employees – Our Most Valuable Asset
Session 4- 5 Min Manual to Reviewing and Understanding the Practice P&L, What KPIs Managers Should be Evaluating

12:15 PM –  Lunch with NVMA and LEDRS Participants

1:30 PM – 5:30 PM Nebraska Department of Agriculture LEDRS Progam

1:30 pm – Agency Welcome
1:45 pm – NDA Agency Report and USDA Agency Report
2:30 pm – Role of Practicing Vets, Emergency Preparedness
3:15 pm – BREAK
3:30 pm – NEMA Table Top
5:30 pm – Adjourn
6:00 pm – Dinner Event

LEDRS Program Continued

7:00 am – Breakfast & Registration
8:00 am – NBAF Update
8:45 am – Facing Multiple Threats in Agriculture
10:15 am – BREAK
10:30 am – Mass Mortality, Composting, etc.
11:30 am – ADT Rule Update, Traceability, etc.
12:30 pm – Adjourn