Registration for the Purdue Vet Med 2022 Nursing Symposium is now open.
For more information, see the Purdue Vet Med website for all the latest information.
Attendees will hear a variety of lectures on both small animal (like dogs, cats, etc) and large animal (horses, cows, etc) veterinary medicine, including fever vs hypothermia, equine dentistry, feline patients, diagnostic imaging, and neutering.
The event will be held on Sunday, March 27 at the Purdue Small Animal Hospital at Lynn Hall, located at 625 Harrison Street in West Lafayette, Indiana 47907, though all public events like this in these times may be subject to change without warning at the last second.
Check-in begins at 7;30 a.m., and the event begins at 8 a.m. with opening statements from Dr. Chad Brown, Director of the Veterinary Nursing Program.
Purdue Vet Med 2022 Nursing Symposium registration is now open.
Other speakers at the Purdue Vet Med 2022 Symposium include Jessica Bowditch, Kyle Clever, Julie Commons, Dr. Emily Curry, Christy DeYoung, Kimberlyn Kucharcyzk, Heidi Lescun, Tami Lind, Katie Mowery, and Kimberly Seqerquist.
Sessions will last around an hour, meaning the event will wrap up about dinnertime, and there will be a pause for a lunch break.
Sponsors of the Purdue Vet Med 2022 Nursing Symposium include Banfield Pet Hospital, Vetamac Anesthesia Service and Sales, Elanco pharmaceuticals and HIll’s pet food, and there will be a space for vendors to set up booths as well.
As the pandemic is still ongoing, face masks will be required for attendees at all times unless one is eating or drinking, which is similar to how movie theaters and sports stadiums have handled this precautionary measure.
This event sounds like it will be filled with important and useful veterinary medicine information that will lead to the better care of animals throughout Indiana and the Midwest.
While it has likely been postponed or otherwise not held normally during the pandemic, Purdue Vet Med had their Dog Jog fun run event in the fall semester in the days before COVID.