Discover 5 simple TickSmart™ actions that will help you stay safe as you live, work, and play this year. Learn how to avoid and identify ticks so you can stay healthy.
We don’t have to be AFRAID of ticks, but we do have to be TickSmart.
This webinar is presented by Thomas Mather, Ph.D (a.k.a. the TickGuy). He is a professor of public health entomology at the University of Rhode Island. He is director of URI’s Center for Vector-borne Disease and its TickEncounter Resource Center. His research interests include the ecology of blood-sucking arthropods and dynamics of tick-transmitted diseases. His outreach through the nationally prominent website TickEncounter includes a variety of platforms for tick prevention education aimed at increasing tick literacy and preventing tick-borne diseases.
Dr. Mather has an impressive résumé, and we are grateful for his “edu-taining” TickSmart™ presentation!
Learn from an MD about the signs and symptoms of tick-borne illnesses like Lyme. You’ll also discover what to do if you get a tick bite or have been in tick territory.
Hungry ticks can start to be active in March in Indiana. Watch the webinar so you can be safe and healthy and enjoy the Indiana outdoors this year!
This webinar is presented by Dr. Kim Lentz. She is an Indiana native who graduated from Ball State University and Indiana University School of Medicine. Kimberly began dealing with Lyme disease in 2004 when members of her own family became ill. In 2010 she opened a new medical practice focusing on treating Lyme disease and other tick-borne infections. She is a board member for Indiana Lyme Connect and is a tireless advocate for health in Indiana.
Don’t stay in the dark about tick bites and what to do if you’ve been exposed to ticks. You’ll feel more confident and informed after this webinar!
Learn from a local veterinarian about Lyme prevention in dogs and protecting your pet from ticks. Discover the signs + symptoms of tick-borne illness in pets so that you can help them stay healthy while they enjoy the outdoors!
This webinar is presented by Dr. Emily Klosterman from MedVet in Carmel, Indiana. Emily Klosterman, DVM, MS, Diplomate, ACVIM (SAIM) is a board-certified Veterinary Internist and Medical Director at MedVet. Her favorite part of veterinary medicine is the complexity and challenge of internal medicine, teaching clients about their pet’s diseases so they can better understand the goals and treatment choices regarding their pet’s healthcare. She also loves cats!
We can’t wait to share her empowering presentation with you. Watch this webinar so your pets can be safe and healthy and enjoy the Indiana outdoors this year!