College of Veterinary Medicine, Kansas State University
Continuing Education Programs
Date and Time
Saturday, March 11, 2000
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
College of Veterinary Medicine, 1800 Denison Avenue,
Frick Auditorium is located on the second floor of the Veterinary Clinical Science Building. Enter at the Small Animal Entrance. Signs will be posted to direct you to registration.
Continuing Education Contact Hours for Veterinarians
6 Clock Hours
The KSU Faculty's interest is to generate professional pride and interest in the veterinary technician profession. This continuing education meeting will highlight many different species and help technicians expand their horizons in animal health care.
8:00 am Welcome and Introductions
Ralph C. Richardson, Dean, College of Veterinary Medicine
Dani Goodband, Veterinarian Technician, College of Veterinary Medicine
8:10 am Help!! My Pet Needs a Shrink!! (The Behavior Basics) -- Kathy Gaughan
9:40 am Refreshment Break
10:00 am Frick Auditorium
Bite Before Bark: Recognizing and Managing Aggressive Dogs -- Kathy Gaughan
10:00 am 201 Trotter Hall
Management of Acute and Chronic Wounds in Equine -- Jim Lillich
11:00 am Change Sessions
11:10 am Frick Auditorium
Frustrated Felines: Dealing with Inappropriate Elimination, Excessive Grooming, Aggression, and More -- Kathy Gaughan
11:10 am 201 Trotter Hall
Practical Tips for the In-House Lab: Large Animal Focus -- AJ Jones
11:10 am 301 Trotter Hall
Practical and Accurate Diagnosis of Clinically Important Parasites (Lecture) -- Mike Dryden
12:10 pm - "Build a Sandwich" Lunch is available if ordered by March 3, 2000, Trotter Hall Room 2
12:45 pm - (Everyone is welcome to attend the meeting with Dana Williams, KVTA President, Trotter Hall Room 2
1:15 pm Frick Auditorium
Hip Dysplasia: Radiographic Tips and More -- Laura Armburst
1:15 pm 201 Trotter Hall
Milk Quality Assurance -- Lisa Lunn
Vaccine and Anthelmentic Use in Food Animal Practice -- David Gnad
1:15 pm 301 Trotter Hall
Practical and Accurate Diagnosis of Clinically Important Parasites (Wet Lab) -- Mike Dryden, Robert Ridley, Pat Payne.
2:15 pm Change Sessions and Refreshment Break
2:30 pm Frick Auditorium
Problem Solving in Exotic Animal Radiology -- Peter Helmer
2:30 pm 201 Trotter Hall
Is It Worth It Doc? . . . Food Animal Decision-Tree Analysis -- Rod Christmas
3:30 pm Change Sessions
3:45 pm Life with Janelle and Harley, A Working Guide Dog Team -- Janelle Edwards
Janelle will introduce Harley, her guide dog; describe her life with Harley; and give etiquette tips on interacting with a working guide dog team.
4:15 pm Wrap Up, Evaluation, and Door Prizes!
Laura Armbrust, DVM
Dr. Armbrust received her DVM in 1996 from KSU. She worked for two years as an associate veterinarian in two mixed animal practices in Wisconsin. July 1998, Laura joined the KSU faculty as a veterinary radiology resident.
Rod Christmas, DVM
Dr. Christmas received his DVM from Mississippi State in 1993. He was an associate veterinarian at a private large animal practice in Mississippi. In 1995 he joined the KSU faculty as an assistant professor and is pursuing a PhD in reproductive physiology.
Michael Dryden, DVM, PhD
Dr. Dryden received his DVM in 1984 from KSU. Mike was in private practice for 2.5 years. He received his MS and his PhD from Purdue Univ. His primary research focus is on the biology and control of fleas infesting dogs and cats. In 1995 he received the Pfizer Award for Research Excellence. He has been on the KSU faculty since 1990.
Janelle Edwards is a programmer/analyst at Farm Bureau. Harley is Janelles first guide dog and has been with Janelle for three years.
Kathy Gaughan, DVM, Diplomate ABVP
Dr. Gaughan received her DVM degree from KSU in 1992. Kathy was in private practice before joining the KSU faculty in 1993. Her special interest is in behavior and the human/animal bond.
David Gnad, DVM
Dr. Gnad received his DVM in 1996 from KSU. He was in private practice for two years before returning to KSU. David is a clinical instructor in Ag Practices.
Peter Helmer, DVM
Dr. Helmer received his DVM from the Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph in 1997. He was in an exotic animal practice in Calgary, Canada, for 2 years prior to becoming an intern with the Exotic Animal, Wildlife, and Zoo Animal Medicine Service at KSU.
A. J. Jones
Ms. AJ Jones received her BS in Biology from KSU in 1993 and then worked at the Large Animal Desk at the College of Veterinary Medicine, KSU until joining the Abilene Animal Hospital in 1996. She currently works with 7 DVMs in large and small animal lab work. AJ also assists with exotic cases and does behavior consultation.
Lisa Lunn, DVM
Dr. Lunn received her DVM from KSU in 1999. Lisa then joined the faculty as an intern in Ag Practices.
Patricia Payne, DVM
Dr. Payne received her DVM from KSU in 1971. She practiced small animal medicine and surgery in Virginia for 23 years before returning to KSU as a graduate student in parasitology. Her research interests include development of insecticide resistance in cat fleas and Toxocara canis transmission to the neonate.
Robert Ridley, DVM, PhD
Dr. Ridley received his PhD from Florida State Univ and his DVM from KSU. He was in private practice in Maine. He joined the KSU faculty in 1981 and is now a professor in the Department of Diagnostic Medicine / Pathobiology. Bobs research interests are endoparasites in greyhounds, cattle, and bison.