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Recruit A Buddy!

Recruit A Buddy who has not attended our seminars before to attend this year and you’ll each receive a check for $75. Why?

  • Having a Buddy makes life more fun

  • You can help introduce our seminars to people who have not previously attended and have not been reached by our marketing

  • We believe if they attend once they’ll see the value and return in the future, saving us marketing expenses


How?

  1. Recruit a veterinary colleague/friend/classmate/acquaintance who has not attended our seminars previously to register for one or both of our seminars

  2. Have your Buddy complete his or her registration process online and pay before the early registration deadline discount expires on Sept 1, 2016, OR before we sell out, whichever comes first.
  3. (register at www.eduvets.com)

  4. Have the Buddy enter your name and email address in the text box located on the housing page of the on-line registration form and note that you (they provide your name) recruited them to register

  5. Send me an email to djklingborg@ucdavis.edu with their name and city/state so I can be sure to give you the credit for their attendance

  6. We’ll check our records, confirm eligibility and send you each a check for $75

Thanks for helping us reach people who have not attended previously  :-)  

The 2016 Muller - Ihrke Veterinary Dermatology Seminar Schedule

October 29 – November 2, 2016

Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Kapalua, Maui, Hawaii


Saturday, October 29

8:00-8:50       Something New, Something Old:     Pediatric and Geriatric Skin Diseases –  Outerbridge

9:05-9:55       Atopic Dermatitis: Current Concepts and New Treatment Options – Rosenberg

9:55-10:25      Break

10:25-11:15    Folds, Cracks, Creases, Crevasses:Why Not Make Life Easier? Surgical Treatment of Vulvar Folds, Nasal Folds and Corkscrew Tails – Smeak 

11:30-12:20     How I Treat Discoid Lupus Erythematous and Perianal Fistulas – Rosenberg

12:20-12:45      Q & A Discussion


Sunday, October 30

8:00-8:50      Dermatophytes, Demodex and Pyoderma: Oh My! New Diagnostics and Treatments – Cole

9:05-9:55       Topical Therapy for Common Dermatoses: What’s the Rationale, What’s the Evidence? – Outerbridge

9:55-10:25      Break

10:25-11:15     A Practical Approach to the Dreaded Food Trial and New Diet Options for Allergic Dermatitis – Rosenberg

11:30-12:20      Pad Lacerations: Important Principles for Treatment – Smeak

12:20-12:45        Q & A Discussion


Monday, October 31

FREE DAY!  Explore Maui!!


Tuesday, November 1

8:00-8:50   What’s New?  Key Clinical Updates for General Practice from the 8th World Congress of Veterinary Dermatology and Recent Dermatology Publications – Kwochka

9:05-9:55   Tips on Two Common Challenges: Surgical Treatment of Those “Pesky” Interdigital Cysts and Anal Sac Excision the Safe Way – Smeak

9:55-10:25    Break

10:25-11:15  Itchy Cat, Itchy Cat, Itchy Cat: Is it Allergic or Not?  How to Tell the Difference –Rosenberg        

11:30-12:20   Can I Make Sense Out of that Strange Nose?  Yes!  A Practical Approach to Diseases of the Nasal Planum – Outerbridge

12:20-12:45   Q & A Discussion


Wednesday, November 2

 Treatment of Otitis in 2016: An Otitis Short Course

 

8:00-8:50     Otitis: A Step-by-Step Approach for Successful Management – Cole

9:05-9:55     Why, When and How of Ear Cleaning: It’s Really Important! – Cole

9:55-10:25   Break

10:25-11:15  Treatment of Otitis Externa and Media: So Many Options, How do I Choose? – Cole

11:30-12:20   Surgical Decision Making for Chronic Otitis Externa and Media – Smeak

12:20-12:45   Q & A Discussion & Closing Remarks

Top 10 Reasons to Attend THIS CE meeting!

1. You’ve earned it.  You deserve time off to recharge your batteries AND learn new ideas that will benefit your practice!

2.   This meeting is loaded with VALUE. It takes place during the ‘shoulder season,’ which means your CE dollars will go farther than you might expect. Enjoy uncrowded beaches & pools and great rates for rooms with ocean views.

3.  Better Learning, By Design— As part of the program, our Speakers understand that they are to be available as your Consultants for the week.  So bring your tough case questions and talk with them one on one, or learn from the group at each day’s end when we hold a panel discussion. 

4.  It’s on a Hawaiian Island! Beaches, restaurants, art galleries, pools, snorkeling, waterfalls, botanical gardens and so many other adventures.  The dress for the meeting is Hawaii-casual.  Come in shorts and sandals, you’ll be in good company.

5.  You can Learn, Renew and Explore.  With lectures completed before 1 pm, there is ample time for you to relax or explore the island. Our family friendly locations and great excursions provide fun activities for all ages.

6.  All the CE you need in one meeting.  In one week, our seminars will cover the latest in  Dermatology, Endocrinology, Internal Medicine, and Infectious Disease. That’s over 25 CE units of practical information.

7.  Experience First Class CE. Comfortable, open meeting space and roomy seating.  Breakfast is included with the registration fees for all attendees.  Seminars are held in one hotel so you won’t feel like a rat in a maze trying to find the next lecture hall!

8.  Focus on the Practical.  Our speakers present practical information designed for the everyday practitioner.  If you weren’t likely to see a similar case within the previous 30 days, we probably won’t be talking about it.

9.  The Exhibit Hall.  Our schedule gives you plenty of time and one-on-one access to really get your questions answered by the various industry representatives. 

10.  We’ve designed the best CE meeting in the world.  Speakers you can talk to, a comfortable, uncrowded lecture hall, Half-Day Seminars give you time to absorb the morning’s lectures and go have fun in the afternoon, a beautiful tropical location that offers activities for all ages.