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Selected Topics in Large Animal Medicine

Hosted by: Office of Continuing Education
Mar
27
2021
From: 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Please join us for an afternoon discussing topics you have chosen. Based on conference evaluations, we have coordinated these selected topics in large animal medicine with your interests in mind.

These lectures will be offered live via ZOOM.

Registration is closed. Please contact Cheryl via email with any questions.

Event Information

Veterinarian Registration : $165

Venue

Virtual

Organizer

Office of Continuing Education
Phone Number: (706) 542-1451
Email: cheryls@uga.edu

Event Agenda

03/27/2021

Start Time
End Time
Event
1:00 pm 1:10 pm
Welcome
Cheryl Kennedy
1:10 pm 2:00 pm
Systemic Analgesia for Horses
Nicole Trenholme
2:00 pm 2:50 pm
Field Therapeutics for Small Ruminants: A Focus on Pain Management, Fluid Therapy, and Antimicrobial Stewardship
Brent Credille
3:00 pm 3:50 pm
Management of Common Conditions of the Equine Foot: A Field Perspective
Allison K. Dockery
4:00 pm 4:50 pm
Approach Considerations for Synovial Sepsis as an Ambulatory Practitioner
Allison K. Dockery

Speakers

  • Brent Credille, Dvm, PhD, DACVIM (Large Animal)

    Brent Credille, DVM, DACIM, PhD, is an Assistant Professor in the Food Animal Health and Management Program at the University of Georgia. He completed his DVM at the University of Georgia, an internship in livestock medicine and surgery at Colorado State, as well as a large animal Internal Medicine residency and PhD in physiology/pharmacology at UGA.

  • Nicole Trenholme, DVM

    Nicole Trenholme earned her doctorate of veterinary medicine from Ross University following completion of a bachelor’s of science in Biological Sciences from Colorado State University. She completed an internship at Friendship Hospital for Animals in Washington, DC, as well as a specialty internship in Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care (SAECC) at North Carolina State University.  She then went on to complete a residency in SAECC at the University of Missouri, while earning a thesis based master’s degree in Biomedical Sciences. She is currently a resident in Veterinary Anesthesia and Analgesia at the University of Georgia. Her research and professional interests include opioid therapy in horses, development of a rapid sequence intubation protocol for small animals, analgesic management of critically ill patients, and evidence based medicine for titratable therapies. She and her husband have a large four legged family, including: Labrador Retriever, Shiloh Shepherd, mixed breed dog, and two cats. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, backpacking, cross country motorcycle riding, and aerial arts (lyra, silks, etc).

  • Allison K. Dockery, DVM, MS, DACVS-LA

    Dr. Allison Dockery is an avid horse enthusiast that grew up competing and training Hunter Jumpers in San Diego, California and then went on to compete in both the English and Western show ring. She attended California Polytechnic State University where she obtained her B.S. in Animal Science, followed by Veterinary School at St. George’s University where she graduated in 2013. She then went on to complete a private practice internship at Brazos Valley Equine Hospital located in Stephenville, Texas. After completion, she moved to Ohio to focus on equine orthopedic research as a Fellow in Dr. Alicia Bertone’s Comparative Orthopedic Research Laboratory supporting the College of Veterinary Medicine and College of Medicine programs at The Ohio State University. Dr. Dockery completed an Equine Surgery Residency (ACVS) at Ohio State University as well as a master’s in advanced veterinary clinical sciences in 2018 and became a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons in 2020. Her areas of interest are critical care and sports medicine.