Spring Conference Superhero Session: “Pharmaceutical Challenges in Sheltering” with Dr. Lauren Forsythe

We’re thrilled to see so many of you have registered for the Spring Conference for Animal Welfare, and we get more excited with each passing day about this chance to connect. We checked in with presenter Lauren Forsythe, PHARMD, DICVP, FSVHP, Pharmacy Coordinator, University of Illinois Veterinary Teaching Hospital, who will be covering recordkeeping and reducing costs for compounded and commercial meds.

Here’s a peek at what you can expect at her RACE CE-approved session, Pharmaceutical Challenges in Sheltering,” offered in partnership with the Association of Shelter Veterinarians.

Number One Reason You Should Attend This Session

We’ve actually got two reasons for you, according to Dr. Forsythe: “To learn how to prepare for/handle drug shortages and to stay legal utilizing compounds.”

Juicy and Important Thing You Will Learn

You’ll get the answers to these questions: “What does COVID-19 mean for drug availability, and how can you handle current problems and prepare for future ones?”

Superhero Skills You Will Gain During This Session

“Slay drug shortages and conquer compounding confusion!”

Why This Session Is So Important To Our World Right Now

“COVID-19 has resulted in a lot of critical drug shortages,” says Dr. Forsythe. “While drug shortages are a problem even without COVID, I will be covering what has changed with COVID in addition to standard drug shortage information.”

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