Equine Practice Committee (Formerly MEPA) CE Events
Wednesday, February 10, 2016
Body Language with Karlene Belyea, MBA, MVMA CEO
Making Body Language Your Super Power!
Did you know that 93% of communication does not come from the words you say to your coworkers and clients? Communication begins before you even open your mouth! In a research study at Tufts University, they discovered that when people watch 30-second soundless clips of real physician-patient interactions, their judgments of the physician’s niceness predict whether or not that physician will be sued. Body language is important! MVMA has a presentation to help you learn how to build rapport with your team and clients, gain confidence, know when someone's lying, gain power in a situation, improve your own body language and interpret other people's body language.
MVMA members may attend for free, and non-members may register for $50. Contact Dr. Don Ryker at firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP or for more information.
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March 9, 2016
Emergency and Critical Care with Melissa Holahan, DVM, DACVECC Emergency
Medicine Boot Camp! Continue your New Year’s resolution with a brain workout to increase your core emergency medicine knowledge base. We will warm up with a quick and practical approach to stabilization of the common 5-o’clock emergency triage. After our warm-up, we’ll jump into a case-based approach highlighting the newest emergency procedures. Do you ever wonder why 0.9% saline has falling out of favor for resuscitation or why hetastarch is a thing of the past? These topics and more are covered in the top 10 things you should know about fluid therapy. Exercising safe transfusion methods and mastering recent advancements in component therapy should get our blood pumping. We’ll max out with the hottest drugs, gizmos and gadgets in emergency medicine that you’ll want to have in 2016.
Topics to be covered will include:
- Triage and Stabilization of Common Emergencies, Parts 1 and 2
- Crystalloids: All You Need to Know for Daily Practice
- Colloid and Blood Component Therapy: Safe Practices for the Private Practitioner
- Essential Emergency Room Procedures: Casebased Approach
- Old Dogs and New Tricks: Affordable Emergency Drugs Everyone Should Keep On Hand
2016 Canine UltrasoundLecture and Wet Lab Forum
Saturday, June 18, 2016 • College of Veterinary Medicine• Michigan State University
Registration and additional event information will be available in early Spring.