The Northeastern Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association (NEPVMA) with the Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association (PVMA) are hosting a dinner meeting and we hope you will join us! This is your chance to interact with colleagues, receive an update on current initiatives within PVMA, and earn CE credits.
BRADY BEALE, VMD, DACVO
Thurs, April 19, 2018 | 6:30 - 9:00 pm University of Scranton
Rose Room - Brennen Hall 509
320 Madison Ave, Scranton, PA 18503
Schedule of Events
- 6:30-7:00 pm Registration
- 6:45-7:00 pm Dinner Served
- 6:45-7:00 pm PVMA Update
- 7:00-9:00 pm Presentation
2.0 hours of approved continuing education credit will be provided by the Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association.
Ocular emergencies can range from mild conjunctivitis to an acute globe perforation. This lecture provides practical clinical information to diagnose and treat the most common eye conditions that present on an emergency basis. From corneal ulcers to glaucoma to sudden blindness, the material will include recent advancements in medical and surgical management options.
Brady Beale, VMD, DACVO
Dr. Brady Beale is a board-certified veterinary ophthalmologist with special interests in corneal disease, cataract surgery and glaucoma. Dr. Beale is a Clinical Instructor of Ophthalmology at the University of Pennsylvania and serves as the Chief Medical Communications Officer for the hospital. She also works in private practice at PETS in Lancaster, PA.
Dr. Beale received her veterinary diploma from the University of Pennsylvania where she also completed a year-long internship in medicine and surgery. She then completed a 3-year residency in comparative ophthalmology at North Carolina State University. Prior to pursuing her veterinary studies, Dr. Beale obtained her undergraduate degree at Dartmouth College, and she has interned at numerous animal care locations including The New England Aquarium and The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore. She is currently the consulting veterinary ophthalmologist for the Philadelphia zoo, where she recently surgically removed cataracts restored vision to a 62-year-old Andean condor.