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  • Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 10/25/2023

    October 25, 2023. Equine veterinarians practice in an increasingly difficult environment with a public that has changing expectations of the services provided. In addition, a veterinarian must pass a national board exam and then pass state licensing regulations in each state in which they choose to practice. Accordingly, the equine veterinarian has a higher risk of facing either an administrative licensing complaint or civil litigation due to the value of horses. Join sport horse practitioner Dr. Lori Bidwell along with Dr. Cynthia MacKenzie and attorney Michael Casey, both representing AVMA Trust, for a discussion of some of the nuances between states as well as some unusual claims.

    October 25, 2023. 

    Equine veterinarians practice in an increasingly difficult environment with a public that has changing expectations of the services provided. In addition, a veterinarian must pass a national board exam and then pass state licensing regulations in each state in which they choose to practice. Accordingly, the equine veterinarian has a higher risk of facing either an administrative licensing complaint or civil litigation due to the value of horses.

    Join sport horse practitioner Dr. Lori Bidwell along with Dr. Cynthia MacKenzie and attorney Michael Casey, both representing AVMA Trust, for a discussion of some of the nuances between states as well as some unusual claims.


    No RACE CE credit.

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    This session is sponsored by CareCredit


    Dr. Cynthia G. MacKenzie DVM

    Dr. Cynthia MacKenzie is trust veterinarian for the AVMA Trust, working with veterinarians and veterinary students to raise awareness of insurance offerings and risk-management solutions in addition to reviewing veterinary malpractice claims. Prior to joining the Trust in 2017, Dr. MacKenzie held several industry positions and also worked in private equine practice in San Juan Capistrano, Calif., and Lexington, Ky. She earned her veterinary degree from Texas A&M University in 1998 and has served the AAEP as former chair of the Welfare and Public Policy Advisory Council.

    Michael Casey

    Michael Casey is a partner in Casey, Bailey & Maines, PLLC, in Lexington, Ky., a specialty firm with 90% of the practice comprised of insurance defense litigation and 10% dedicated to protecting creditors’ rights and assets. Casey received his law degree from the University of Louisville in 1995 and is admitted to practice in all courts in Kentucky and Indiana. He has defended hundreds of cases with trial experience in veterinary malpractice, professional malpractice, products liability and more.

    Sherry Johnson

    Dr. Sherry Johnson attended veterinary school at Iowa State University, completed an equine internship at Equine Medical Center of Ocala and then completed a one-year equine diagnostic imaging fellowship at Colorado State University. She then transitioned into the collaborative Equine Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation residency program through Colorado State University and Equine Sports Medicine, LLC. Following her residency training, she became a Diplomat of the American College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation (DACVSMR) in 2019. She then completed a PhD program at Colorado State University with specific research focus on orthopedic rehabilitation, specifically tendon healing and blood flow restriction training (2022). Dr. Johnson is the recipient of the American Quarter Horse Foundation Young Investigator Award (2018), named the EQUUS Foundation Research Fellow (2019), and was most recently granted the Storm Cat Career Development Award (2020), Iowa State University’s 2020 Young Alumni Award and the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP’s) President Award (2020). She is honored to serve as the Program Chair of AAEP’s Performance Horse Committee and is a 4-time Kester News Hour moderator. She also serves on the equine advisory board for Pulse Vet Technologies, LLC, as a key opinion leader for American Regent Animal Health, and on Iowa State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine strategic advisory board. She is a partner & managing rehabilitation veterinarian of Equine Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation, LLC (ESMR) for which she oversees rehabilitation centers located in both Whitesboro, TX and Scottsdale, AZ. 

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  • Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 10/11/2023

    October 11, 2023. Join Dr. Armando Nieto for a discussion of chiropractic care for horses, including options for professional chiropractic training and the ways he has integrated chiropractic into his practice over the last 12 years. The discussion will also touch on other alternative treatment modalities, including acupuncture.

    October 11, 2023. 

    Join Dr. Armando Nieto for a discussion of chiropractic care for horses, including options for professional chiropractic training and the ways he has integrated chiropractic into his practice over the last 12 years. The discussion will also touch on other alternative treatment modalities, including acupuncture.


    No RACE CE credit.

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    This session is sponsored by CareCredit


    Armando Nieto

    Dr. Armando Nieto received his veterinary degree from Colorado State University in 2008. After three years in mixed practice in California, he joined the racetrack circuit—first in New Mexico and eventually in Kentucky and Florida. While his racetrack practice focused on sports medicine and lameness, Dr. Nieto began incorporating chiropractic care to better diagnose and treat the “whole horse.” This led to an interest in traditional acupuncture and integrative medicine, which he continues to develop to this day. Dr. Nieto, who serves on the AAEP’s Scientific Review & Editorial Committee, is based out of Washington.

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  • Contains 6 Component(s) Recorded On: 09/13/2023

    September 13, 2023. Acquire lessons learned from recent disease outbreaks at equestrian events as well as tips for effective response to the initial case on an event premise from United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) senior staff veterinarian Dr. Katie Flynn. Discussion will include the infectious disease risks unique to equestrian events as well as the role of the veterinarian in developing event biosecurity plans and providing guidance to competitions concerning biosecurity measures.

    September 13, 2023

    Rapid response, effective communication and a biosecurity plan averted spread of an Equine Herpesvirus outbreak at a Virginia horse show in June and prevented cancellation of subsequent horse shows across the nation.

    Acquire lessons learned from recent disease outbreaks at equestrian events as well as tips for effective response to the initial case on an event premise from United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) senior staff veterinarian Dr. Katie Flynn. Discussion will include the infectious disease risks unique to equestrian events as well as the role of the veterinarian in developing event biosecurity plans and providing guidance to competitions concerning biosecurity measures.

    No RACE CE credit.

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    This session is sponsored by Boehringer Ingelheim


    Katie Flynn

    Dr. Flynn joined the United States Equestrian Federation as senior staff veterinarian in March, following two years as the Kentucky state veterinarian and nearly 10 years as equine staff vet for the California Department of Food and Agriculture Animal Health Branch . Dr. Flynn received her veterinary degree from the University of Glasgow, Scotland. Her area of interest is biosecurity, specifically event biosecurity, and she has developed biosecurity educational materials that have been distributed to all 50 states and 12 countries. Dr. Flynn previously chaired the AAEP’s Infectious Disease Committee, her contributions to which earned her the AAEP President’s Award in 2019.

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    Refresh your knowledge by visiting our library of short how-to videos, or submit your own video.

    Refresh your knowledge by visiting our library of short how-to videos, or submit your own video.

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