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2009

. Monthly Case presentation for the Lehigh Valley VMA (LVLV, Lehigh Valley Lunching Veterinarians).

. Monthly presentation at Wright’s Veterinary Medical Center (Bethlehem, PA). 
. October: 20 hours of conferences for 1 week in the Dominican Republic

Feedback from some participants:
“Had a great time learning in Punta Cana. Best CE I ever went to.” NZ

“We really appreciate everything you did to create a wonderful CE experience. The amount of work, effort, time, ideas you put in is priceless! Getting the sponsors and the nice (prizes) are an added bonus. Thank you.” ML

“I can only imagine the amount of time and effort that went into planning the trip to Punta Cana.  It was a true vacation – relaxing, rejuvenating and beautiful – something I never would have done on my own. You have out sincere heartfelt appreciation. Thank you.” JH

“Thank you again for the outstanding CE.” JD

. October: Conference on the benefits of pet insurance (Allentown, PA) - Clinical case presentation - a fun & interactive meeting!

Feedback from the organizer:  “I thought that the evening went very well… (…)

Your talk laid the perfect ground work for leading into a specific discussion of the benefits of pet health insurance. (…) It is obvious that you have a good rapport with the local veterinary community, and the give-and-take of your presentation was well suited to the audience.  I think the prizes kept the attendees interest very well.”

. October: 2 conferences given at the ACVS symposium in Washington DC: "25 ways to fight hypothermia" and "The neurological exam."

. October: 3 conferences on spays and neuters in Boston (Massachusetts VMA)
Feedback from the organizer
“The talk(s) (were) exactly what I wanted.
I loved your lecture style.  I can honestly say that most lectures I have attended throw so much written info at you that you leave with very little memory of what happened. 
Because you stuck to the main points, the information stuck. Also, making it an interactive session made it very enjoyable.
Most people need toothpicks to keep their eyes open in most lectures. I believe that your lectures will always be successful with this lecture style. Thank you again for being so easy to work with.”

. Live interview with Tracie Hotchner on CAT CHAT on the Martha Stewart Channel on Wednesday, September 2nd, 2009.

. Live interview with Tracie Hotchner on DOG TALK on the local NPR station WLIU 88.3 FM, Long Island University out ofSouthampton, New York, on Saturday, September 5th, 2009.

. An Interview with Dr. Phil Zeltzman

http://www.goodnewsforpets.com/Articles.asp?ID=1317

. Taking biopsies - What you need to know
. Ear surgery - What you need to know
. Spleen surgery - What you need to know
. Principles of intestinal surgery 
. How to organize your digital pictures.

. How to create a Power Point presentation.

. Clinical case presentation - a fun & interactive meeting!

. Bloat - What you need to know
. Anal sac surgery - What you need to know
. Back surgery - What you need to know

. February: Dr. Phil Zeltzman was presented with an award for "Outstanding Service to the LV VMA for his generous support of our professional community in providing excellent presentations for a total of over 200 continuing education hours" (LV VMA = Lehigh Valley Veterinary Medical Association).

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