Otitis externa is one of the most common presenting complaints in general practice. According to the ACVD, clients typically give general practitioners three (3) attempts at controlling/resolving skin issues before seeking another opinion from another general practitioner or a specialist. We will review the top 10 diagnostic and therapeutic tips to keep the patient and client in your practice.
Dr. Anthony Yu, BSc, DVM, MS ACVD completed his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree at Ontario Veterinary College in 1990, and after finishing a residency and Masters degree at Auburn University, he started the first private dermatology referral practice in Oregon and southwestern Washington where he dealt with chronic ear, skin, and allergic conditions in dogs, cats, and horses for 11 years. He then returned to the Ontario Veterinary College as an Associate Professor in Veterinary Dermatology in 2004. As of 2013, Dr. Yu is back in private referral practice as the Yu of Guelph Veterinary Dermatology in Southwestern Ontario and Manitoba. He has lectured extensively in veterinary dermatology throughout North America, Europe, and China as well as authoring and guest editing several publications in canine, feline, and equine journals and veterinary textbooks.
Thanks to the generosity of Bayer, this dinner talk will be free to QDVA members, non-members and staff.
Attendance is limited to about 70 people. To ensure all clinics can be accommodated, some registration restrictions apply. Each attending veterinarian can bring two lay staff. Please register by 5 p.m., Friday October 11th, 2019. If we still have room after the deadline, an email will be sent out inviting more staff members to attend.
The session will be held as usual at the Belleville Club, starting at 6 p.m. sharp. Doors open at 5:30. p.m.