Parvovirus Updates

October 2015 by Elizabeth Berliner, DVM, DABVP

Audience: Veterinary Team

Video Length: 58 minutes

In the last few years, shelter medicine has led the way in advances in the diagnosis and management of parvovirus infections. Dr. Elizabeth Berliner explores newer diagnostic and management protocols for shelters, with an eye to practicality and life-saving in a shelter environment. This is a presentation from the 2015 ASPCA-Maddie’s® Shelter Medicine Conference at Cornell University.

About Elizabeth Berliner, DVM, DABVP

Dr. Berliner is the Janet L. Swanson Director of Shelter Medicine of the Maddie's® Shelter Medicine Program at Cornell University's College of Veterinary Medicine. She serves on the Association of Shelter Veterinarian's Board of Directors and the organizing committee for the new shelter medicine specialty. At Cornell, she directs the internship and the residency in shelter medicine, trains veterinary students in both classroom and shelter settings, and consults with animal shelters regarding best practices. Among Elizabeth’s interests are diagnosis, management, and prevention of infectious diseases; animal welfare, veterinary ethics, and decision-making; and innovative outreach programs promoting accessible veterinary care and humane behaviors. Elizabeth also acts as seasonal lead veterinarian for the HSVMA's Rural Area Veterinary Services program, which facilitates mobile spay/neuter and preventive medicine clinics in rural areas of the US to communities without access to veterinary care.


 

 

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