Certified Veterinary Technician Webinars


Webinars are a way to help busy Minnesota certified veterinary technicians obtain CE credits without having to leave work or home. These are free online one-hour CVT-only webinars. Attendees will receive 1 interactive and medical CE credit. Space is limited! WebEx software will be used to conduct the webinar. Join a test meeting now to ensure your device is set-up properly. 
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Wednesday, June 22 from 12 p.m.- 1 p.m. - A Recipe for Managing Food Hypersensitivity

Learn the importance of obtaining a good history and the initial work up of the dermatology patient. Proceeding to how the veterinary technician plays a role in the diagnosis of food hypersensitivity including how to perform a proper diet trial and the vital aspects of education and encouragement provided to the client throughout the process. And finishing with how to manage food hypersensitivity or the next steps if the elimination diet trial is negative.

Speaker: Kim Horne, AAS, CVT, VTS (Dermatology)  
Kim Horne graduated from the University of Minnesota, Technical College of Waseca. After working in a few private practices, she joined the University of Minnesota Veterinary Medical Center and found her passion in Dermatology. Although she has recently retired, Kim is still active in her state association (MAVT) and is a Charter Member of the Academy of Dermatology Veterinary Technicians (ADVT). She was ADVT’s first President and is currently serving as Secretary and Exam Committee Chair. Kim has lectured Internationally and authored journal articles as well as being co-editor of the Small Animal Dermatology for Technicians and Nurses book.