Did you know there are 127 Large Animal sessions featured at VMX?

You won’t want to miss the new first-time topics in Farm Animal medicine and some exciting featured presenters, including Temple Grandin, Glen Sellers, Diana Hassel and Peter Morresey! You’ll also find a broader range of Equine topics than at any other conference.

Large animal veterinary professionals can earn more than 42 credit hours in the course of the 5-day VMX event in a variety of topics.

Large Animal Sessions

  • Animal Disease Traceability
  • Bull Breeding Soundness Exam Update
  • Clinical Pathology of the Equine Neonate – How Do They Compare?
  • Complicated Equine Endocrine Cases
  • Emerging Diseases of Food Animals
  • Equine Clin Path Cases: From Common to Curious
  • Equine Clinical Chemistry – Making Sense of It All
  • Equine Clinical Pathology – Looking at Lactate
  • Equine Cytology – respiratory, renal and central nervous systems
  • Equine Cytology – Thoracic and Abdominal Effusions
  • Equine Endocrine Disease – How to Diagnose
  • Equine Endocrine Disease – Treatment and Prevention
  • Equine Hematology – Making Sense of It All
  • Equine Pituitary Pars Intermedia Dysfunction – What Have We Learned in the Last 10 Years
  • Improving Geriatric Horse Care in Your Practice
  • Remembering AMDUCA in Food Animals
  • Update on Endocrinopathic Laminitis

Workshops

Basic Cytology Workshop

Speakers: Maxey Wellman, Rick Alleman

Tuesday, January 21
8:00 AM – 12:00 PM (Half Day)
$200

Veterinary technicians/nurses and veterinarians will use microscopes to evaluate cytology smears from clinical patients that will include a spectrum of classic cases in this interactive workshop. Four instructors will be available for individual attention and questions and each case will be reviewed with the group using a videomicroscope.

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Advanced Cytology Workshop

Speakers: Maxey Wellman, Rick Alleman

Tuesday, January 21
1:30 – 5:30 PM (Half Day)
$250

Attendees, veterinarians, and advanced veterinary technicians/nurses will use microscopes to evaluate cytology smears from clinical patients that will include a spectrum of classic cases and challenging cases in this interactive workshop. Four instructors will be available for individual attention and questions and each case will be reviewed with the group using a videomicroscope.

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Meet Temple Grandin

The subject of Emmy- and Golden Globe-winning film and one of Time Magazine’s most “influential people in the world,” Temple Grandin will be returning to VMX in January presenting on Animal Welfare issues, Fear FreeSM, Improving Cattle Stockmanship and Animal Behavior.

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Register now for VMX 2020, the world’s leading veterinary event, in sunny Orlando this January. With 1,200+ CE credit hours, 700+ exhibitors and 17,000+ veterinary professionals and guests from around the world, you won’t want to miss it!

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