The Veterinary Bioscience Institute (VBI) announces the return of its popular anesthesia and analgesia webinar series!
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The Veterinary Bioscience Institute (VBI) announces the return of the very popular “Revolutions, Insights and Comparisons of Rodent Anesthesia and Analgesia” 4 part webinar series. This webinar series consists of four, two-hour webinars. While each webinar compliments the other, individually, the webinars are robust enough to stand on their own. This is the third year that this series of information is being presented, but since it is live, the most current up-to-date information will be included.
These educational webinars will be presented by Paul Flecknell, (MA, VetMB, PhD, DLAS, DECVA, DECLAM, MRCVS) Professor and Director
of the Comparative Biology Centre
at The Medical School
University of Newcastle, and Patricia Foley, (DVM, DACLAM)
Office of Animal Welfare
University of Virginia.
“This is by far our most popular series of webinars,” states Dr. Szczepan Baran, President of VBI. “The topic is always relevant, and the presenters are the tops in their fields”.
The series will detail the following subjects; Part 1 Equipment, homeothermy and respiration - May 15th, 2013, Part 2 Anesthetic selection, patient monitoring, and implications of anesthesia on research outcomes - May 22nd, 2013, Part 3 Assessment of pain of laboratory mouse and rat - June 19th, 2013, and Part 4 Management of pain of laboratory mouse and rat - June 26th, 2013. For more detailed information on these webinars, please visit http://www.vetbiotech.com/webinar_live.php or call 1-877-VET-BIOS
This webinar meets the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science (AALAS), Canadian Association for Laboratory Animal Science (CALAS), and Academy of Surgical Science (ASR) requirements for Continuing Education Units. Each participant will receive a Certificate of Attendance.
This webinar is being reviewed by the AAVSB RACE program for 8 continuing education credits for veterinarians and veterinary technicians.