Thursday, NOVEMBER 19, 2020
“Veterinary Dermatology — Being Proactive:
A Multimodal Approach to Success”
Presented by: Julie Kluxdal, DVM
Professional Services Veterinarian, Dechra Veterinary Products
Dr. Julie Kluxdal is a 1998 graduate of the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine. She spent eight years in clinical practice. Her practice experience includes canine, feline, emergency, exotic pet and wildlife medicine. Her career transitioned to the animal health industry when she accepted a position as a Field Technical Services Veterinarian in 2006 and most recently joined Dechra Veterinary Products as a Professional Services Veterinarian in November 2019.
Outside of work Julie enjoys spending time outdoors with her family hiking and biking at home in California. When they can, they enjoy visiting other parts of the United States and the world. Her family includes her husband, son, a house full of cats and one snake.
Thursday, November 19, 2020
Presentation begins at 7:00 pm PST
Private CE for San Francisco VMA members
1.5 RACE-Approved Credits
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DECEMBER’S RABIES CLINIC HAS BEEN CANCELED!
… but please consider volunteering for
Vet SOS! (www.sfvma.net/volunteer)
Thanks to Our Volunteers!
Thank you to all the volunteers that continually make these clinics a success! Volunteers will still be needed for the upcoming 2021 Rabies Clinics. Sign up today!
2020 Rabies Clinics
Sunday, DECember 13
[ CANCELED! ]
A MESSAGE TO SFVMA MEMBERS
We are excited to announce that we will be continuing to offer online continuing education in place of our quarterly meetings until that fine day we can all come together once again at the fabulous Cliff House. November 19th, Dechra will be sponsoring an online meeting with Dr. Julie Kluxdal speaking about veterinary dermatology. Links will be
added to the website and emailed to members prior to the meeting. We hope you all will join us.
As what feels like the longest year ever heads into holiday season, I hope that everyone is hanging in there. Between COVID-19, fires, elections, and social justice issues, this has been a year unlike any other for most of us. It seems almost everyone is struggling with some degree staffing issues amongst childcare, new babies, moves, and the confusion of veterinary professionals actually calling out sick. As veterinarians, most of us have rarely ever called out sick. …
We are actively seeking a volunteer to
join the SFVMA Executive Board as President.
The Executive Board meets four times a year In addition to the quarterly SFVMA General meetings. The SFVMA President is responsible for presiding at all General meetings and Executive Board meetings, arranging speakers and sponsorship for quarterly General meetings, and writing a President’s Message for the quarterly SFVMA Newsletter.
You will be joining a lively and experienced Executive Board who are dedicated to advancing the science and art of veterinary medicine, including its relationship to public health and the biological sciences.
Alternatively, if anyone is interested in the role of Secretary of the SFVMA Executive Board, we are happy to shuffle roles. The Secretary is responsible for publishing the quarterly newsletter, soliciting and managing advertisements for the newsletter and website, sending invoices, handling general enquiries via email, and keeping the minutes of meetings.
If you are interested, please reach out to
Amy Lightstone at email@example.com
UPDATE 2020-11-7: We are still looking for a new President or Secretary if anyone is interested. You would be working with 3 lovely veterinarians who have backyard wine meetings! : )