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November 8, 2017

Dr. Adam Birkenhauer, DVM, PhD, DAVIM,

North Carolina State University

Vector Borne Disease



The NHVMA CE Committee is proud to announce that we will be featuring Adam Birkenheuer, DVM, PhD, DACVIM from North Carolina State University. Why will this meeting be so awesome? Because he is going to spend 6 hours talking about the following topics:
1.      Practical approach to IMHA: a practical approach to diagnosing and treating immune-mediated hemolytic anemia in dogs.
2.      Testing for tick-borne diseases in sick dogs: Which pets? Which diseases? Which tests? Review of signs that should make you suspect vector-borne infection. Overview of what the testing landscape looks like and which tests should your recommend.
3.      Screening for tick-borne diseases in the healthy pet: What does it mean and what should I do about it? Discussion of the benefits of annual screening for vector-borne infections. Tricks and tips to improve client communication and make dealing with your positives more efficient.
4.      Fever of Unknown Origin: What should I do next? Review of how to approach FUO and some interesting case examples that make you go hmmmm…
5.      How to improve your diagnostic skills: The science behind clinical reasoning and why smart people do dumb things. Things I wish they would have taught me in vet school! Understanding how our brains work, mistakes we love to make and how to avoid them!
6.      Interesting Internal Medicine Cases: Case-based review of internal medicine cases . Practical approaches to common medicine problems and thought processes to avoid errors.
Now doesn’t that sound great? Pearls of wisdom that you can absorb and utilize right away in your daily practices.
Sign up now at, or send back your CE registration form when you receive it. Also, remember that we have low rates for technicians.
Thank you – NHVMA CE Committee - Tonya Boyle, George Messenger, Rachel Roemer and David Almstrom

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Advising state government on animal health laws

Continuing education seminars

Distributing current information to the media

Proposes and monitors legislation pertaining to animal and related public health issues

Works with the NH Department of Agriculture, the NH Board of Veterinary Medicine and related Public Health and Human Services

Many brochures from the American Veterinary Medical Association are available online. These can be ordered in color or printed yourself. A wide variety of topics are covered. A few are pictured below.

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