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December NHVTA Diabetes Webinar
Sunday, December 06, 2020, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM EDT
Category: Events

 December NHVTA  Diabetes Webinar 

Registration is free for NHVTA members, however advanced registration is required. 
Non-member registration fee - $40

This webinar is approved by the NHVTA for 2 CEU

Registration is closed for this webinar

Diabetes Mellitus and Monitoring the Diabetic Patient

Diabetes mellitus is a relatively common endocrinopathy that occurs in both dogs and cats. The management of the diabetic patient is individualized and requires an understanding of the pathophysiology itself, as well as the necessity of frequent reassessment, open client communication and education, and clearly defined goals for the pet’s treatment plan. The veterinary technician is an integral part of successful diabetic patient management. Managing diabetic patients is not solely based on laboratory values and physical examination parameters, therefore open lines of communication between the pet owner and the veterinary team are imperative to success. This session focuses on the various tools available to promote successful diabetic patient management.

Presented by Liza W. Rudolph, BAS, RVT, VTS (CP-CF, SAIM)

Liza Rudolph has been working in veterinary medicine for 20 years and is a graduate of the bachelor’s program in Veterinary Technology at St. Petersburg College. She is a Veterinary Technician Specialist (VTS) in Canine/Feline Clinical Practice and in Small Animal Internal Medicine. Liza provides education and training to veterinary technicians as a webinar instructor for Penn Foster, by traditional lecturing and online continuing education opportunities, and publishing informational articles. When not teaching, Liza is an active member of multiple veterinary organizations and practices as a relief veterinary technician; spending most of her clinical time in specialty practices in both the Mid-Atlantic and Midwest regions.

Thank you to Zoetis Pet Care and Hills Pet Nutrition for sponsoring this webinar