The MVTA is pleased to welcome Sue Loly, LVT, VTS (EVN), to presentation on what is involved in becoming a Vet Tech Specialist followed by an open question and answer period. There are many facets to the process of becoming a specialty technician. While there are a variety of paths to follow for different specialties, the lengthy application process is still quite similar between the groups.
When: Tuesday, May 22, 2018
Where: Red River College, Black Lecture Theatre
Cost: $20.00 (does not include parking fee at RRC)
Presentation value: 1.5 CE
Light refreshments provided
About Our Speaker
Sue Loly is a large animal imaging specialist at the Leatherdale Equine Center and Large Animal Hospital at the University of Minnesota. After graduating from Red River College, Sue has worked as a technician for over 20 years spending time in small animal, mixed practice and for the last 10 years in academia. Sue actively works on the clinic floor floating between internal medicine and surgery when she is not performing equine MRIs, CTs and radiographs. She also has a special interest in rehabilitation and emergency preparedness.
In 2011, she earned her VTS in Equine Nursing and was accepted into the Academy. Since then she has co-edited a text about Large Animal Internal Medicine for the Veterinary Technician for Wiley Blackwell Publishing in 2011 and speaks regularly at International Conferences. When she is not working she enjoys showing and working with American Saddlebreds.