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1 NYSED CE for NYSVMS members

This Introduction to Maintaining Controlled Drugs in a Clinical Environment will be presented by Jeffrey VanSplunder of Airis Pharmaceutical Solutions. The learning objectives are:
  • Identify the primary methods of diversion and strategies to prevent
  • Understand the factors that can trigger an inspection from the DEA
  • Prepare and maintain records in a manner that the DEA will determine is compliant with the law
  • How to screen employees who handle controlled substances
  • How to avoid liability by ensuring that controlled substance storage is secure

Jeffrey Vansplunder is Chairman of Airis Pharmaceuticals, who has extensive experience from his time as a police detective, undercover narcotics investigator, forensic scientific investigator, evidence officer, and white collar crime investigator.
AIRIS is dedicated to Comprehensive Opioid Drug Regulatory Compliance.

Airis was founded by former law enforcement officers who were on the front lines working with businesses who administer and dispense controlled substances. They recognized client’s needs for someone to be an advocate between regulators and the opioid drug industry; ensuring compliance, exposing diversion & protecting clients’ interest.

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This joint webinar with NYSAVT (Technicians association) was scheduled prior to Covid in order to help veterinarians improve work-life balance and profitability through the most effective working relationship with licensed veterinary technicians.

We've shifted the focus to also provide some practical advice for operations today during the Covid-19 crisis, also including what veterinarians can do to maximize the safety of technicians whose responsibilities potentially expose them to risk.

As animal hospitals begin to return to full capacity there will be a backlog of cases to be seen, and delegating as much as possible to technicians may become critical, as well as the ability to easily fill your vacant technician positions by better understanding the value and needs of licensed technicians.

We are delighted to welcome Garnetta Santiago, MA LVT, President of the NYS Association of Veterinary Technicians, and Manager, Academic and Professional Affairs at Zoetis Inc. She will join NYSVMS and LIVMA Board member Robin Sturtz, DVM, Director, Veterinary Technology Program at LIU Post.
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Webinar Broadcast - May 6th 2020

A partnership between NYSVMS and Center for Veterinary Business and Entrepreneurship at the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine.

Within the next few weeks we expect to see elective procedures made legal again in New York State, but there will still be a need to maintain social-distancing protocols. Many animal hospitals are struggling to meet the demand for services now, how can they adapt to the demands for the coming 6 to 12 months.

To address these issues, NYSVMS has formed a partnership the Center for Veterinary Business and Entrepreneurship at the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine.

In this first panel discussion you will hear updates from current experts in public health and employment law, but it is even more important that we can hear from you to understand the challenges you are facing in your practice and what your needs are from this group of experts.

Join us for this free online discussion and meet:

Jorge L. Colón, DVM, MBA, Senior Lecturer Financial and Organizational Management, CVBE, Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine
Caroline Yancey, DVM, MPH, Lecturer Master of Public Health Program, Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine
Celia Bigoness, Esq., Associate Clinical Professor of Law, Cornell Law School
Nicole Gould, Cornell Law ’20, New York State 2020 Pro Bono Scholar
Tim Atkinson, Executive Director NYSVMS

No CEs are available for the recording

This 90 minute webinar has been divided into three sections for easy viewing

Part 1: Caroline Yancey, DVM, MPH, - Infection Control for Veterinary Practice
25 minutes

Part 2: Celia Bigoness, Esq, Nicole Gould - Employment and legal issues
59 minutes


Part 3 - Questions and answers



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    We asked Chris Rocchio, DVM who is on the NYSVMS Finance Committee, and Treasurer for Capital District VMS, to put together a team to help answer questions about financial issues. The team so far includes:

    Dr. Chris Rocchio, Monarch Business Consulting
    David Waterman, Monarch Business Consulting
    Matt Hosford from our lawyers, Jackson Lewis
    Sean Coyle, Lendeavor

    We will cover, among other things:

    Decreasing your cash flow through the pandemic
    Disaster Relief Loans and the Stimulus Package - what does it mean to the practice owner?
    What if you need to decrease your workforce?
    COVID-19 employment items to note
    COVID-19 leaves and when to use them, Unemployment Insurance (UI), the UI Shared Work Program, etc.
    What is the short and long term effect on practice values and sales?

    Broadcast April 2nd 2020
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    Perioperative Arrhythmias: Differentials, Simple Supportive Care Solutions, and Emergent Treatment

    Andrea Looney, DVM, DACVAA, DACVSMR, CCRP

    To identify common rhythm distrurbances that occur commonly in the realm of ansthesia and perioperative care; to better understand the outcome of rhythm abnormalities in monitoring endpoints such as blood pressure, pulse rate and quality, oxygenation and ventilation; to learn of the many secondary causes of arrhythmias in the periop period including anesthesia drugs, common anesthesia problems of hypos (hypoventilation, hypotension, hypoglycemia), pre-existing comorbidities and medications, and surgical procedures; to learn of basic supportive care troubleshooting for brady, normo and tachyarrhythmias; to determine when to treat patients with conservative management (tolerance of arrhythmia and support of life functions) or when to reach for anti-arrhythmic agents; to determine what class of agent to use to treat progressive and life threatening intraop arrhythmias.


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    Everybody is going through a time of great stress. We want to make sure that our NYSVMS community is seeded with people who understand how to reach out when they see their colleagues struggling, and encourage them to accept the help available from our confidential member helpline.

    Lisa Hardy CEAP who is the Vice President of CorpCare, our 24/7 helpline provider, will cover a few pointers to help you thrive despite the circumstances, and then cover the basic principles of recognizing when it might be time to ask your colleagues if they are OK, and to lead them toward any help they might need.
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    Case Presentations in Small Animal Neurology - Part 4 - Involuntary Skeletal Muscle Contractions and Myoclonus
    ALEXANDER DE LAHUNTA, DVM, PHD, DACVIM

    Available until May 9th

    This lecture focuses on movement disorders.The lecture is designed with a case-based approach. Each case begins with the signalment of the patient, followed by a short video of the clinical signs. Anatomic localization is discussed, along with a differential diagnosis list. In cases where applicable, diagnostic imaging and pathologic specimens are highlighted and explained. After attending this lecture, attendees will be better able to recognizing specific disease patterns and use those patterns to direct diagnostics and treatment.
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    Webinar Broadcast: 5/19/2018
    75 minutes

    Deb Best, SPHR, SHRM-SCP
    Deb Best Practices

    During the Covid crisis NYSVMS has hired human resources specialist, Deb Best of Deb Best Practices to provide one-on-one consultations with NYSVMS members needing help.

    We invited her to return to our virtual stage to present the answers to the questions she has most often heard while consulting with our members, and update you with information on the payroll protection program.

    Presenter Rating: 9/10
    Audience comments:
    " Answered the most common/difficult questions about the program instead of just stating the general requirements of the law. Also, using personal experience made it more understandable."

    "She answered questions of immediate relevance regarding how to bring staff back; the connection between that offer and the staff's unemployment benefits and he need to document this in writing."


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    Presenter: Marion Haber, DVM, DACVIM

    This lecture has been RACE approved for 1 CE

    Summary: In this presentation, discussion with veterinarians and veterinary technicians will examine how to manage chronic kidney disease in the face of other medical conditions - e.g.  thyroid disease, urinary tract infections, hypertension, hypercalcemia, diabetes mellitus.  Discussion will focus on diagnostics for CKD and concurrent diseases in early and long term monitoring.  We will discuss the pathophysiology of chronic kidney disease as it correlates to comorbidities - e.g. vulnerable immune system in diabetes mellitus, reduced urine concentration secondary to both CKD and diabetes mellitus predisposes patients to urinary tract infections.  Lastly,  medical management of CKD and management of the comorbidities in the face of CKD will be reviewed.  Clinical case examples will be used to help demonstrate important concepts. 


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    • Clinical Security Practices and Documentation Recorded May 12, 2020 1 CE This second webinar in our Controlled Drugs series builds on the foundation from the introductory webinar, also presented by Jeffrey VanSplunder of Airis Pharmaceutical Solutions. The information discussed will include the additional ...

    • Webinar Broadcast: 5/19/2018 75 minutes Deb Best, SPHR, SHRM-SCP Deb Best Practices During the Covid crisis NYSVMS has hired human resources specialist, Deb Best of Deb Best Practices to provide one-on-one consultations with NYSVMS members needing help. We invited her to return to our virtual stage ...

    • Presenter: Marion Haber, DVM, DACVIM This lecture has been RACE approved for 1 CE Summary: In this presentation, discussion with veterinarians and veterinary technicians will examine how to manage chronic kidney disease in the face of other medical conditions - e.g. thyroid disease, urinary ...

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      Presenter: Gabriella Sfiligoi, DVM, DACVIM (Oncology) This program has been approved for 1 hour of continuing education credit for veterinarians and veterinary technicians in jurisdictions that recognize RACE approval. Summary: This lecture will cover a basic approach to the evaluation of ...