Veterinary Technician

WVC 90th Annual Conference

(VT37) Canine Epilepsy: What's Old, What's New in Anticonvulsant Therapies

Thursday, March 8
8:00 AM - 8:50 AM
MBCC, Jasmine A, Level 3

CE Credits: 1

General Veterinary Technician Session: Canine Epilepsy is one of the most common neurological disorders seen in practice today. In this one hour session we will review canine epilepsy and our understanding of the disease process, discuss therapeutic interventions used historically through today, and share information regarding novel interventions such as neuro-modulation and nutritional approaches currently being explored today.

Julie A. Nettifee

Clinical Research Specialist-Neurology and Nutrition
NC State College of Veterinary Medicine

Julie has over 15 years as a Licensed Veterinary Technician, and over 10 years experience in public relations and technical writing.Extensive experience in grant research and writing. Special depth in all aspects of companion animal health, especially veterinary neurology including patient rehabilitation, veterinary communications, nutrition, career development, public speaking and technical writing. Special interests also include study of the Human-Animal Bond, Humane education-including the DAKOTAH Fund for Humane Education through the North Carolina Veterinary Medical Foundation, Inc. Ms. Nettifee has authored articles regionally to internationally and has presented on many topics at many conferences including ACVIM, International Veterinary Nursing Congress and more.

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