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The Veterinary Bioscience Institute (VBI) is an approved continuing education provider American Association of Veterinary State Boards. VBI's courses, webinars and workshops also meet the requirements for Continuing Education Units of ASR, CALAS and AALAS. VBI's training also meets the following standards: ISO9000, cGLP, the 2010 Guide and Council of Europe's Directive 86/609 (ETS 123).

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Title: “2014 Live & On-demand Laboratory Animal Webinar Series - Institutional Access Registration”
Date: Friday, January 10, 2014
Time: 03:30 PM - 05:30 PM ET US

Registration Closing date : July 10, 2014

Continuing Education Credits : 128

2014 Live & On-demand Laboratory Animal Webinar Series

Institutional Access Registration


The Veterinary Bioscience Institute is pleased to offer Special Renewal Pricing to current partcipants for the 2014 Laboratory Animal Training Webinar Series. This includes 64 live webinars with the below topics (each of these webinars will be recorded and available to each attendee for 30 days after the live webinar date).

All webinars will take place at 1:30 - 3:30 PM EDT on Tuesdays with the exception of a few webinars which will take place on Wednesdays at 1:30 - 3:30 PM EDT.

This Special Instituional Access Pricing is only available until April 30th, 2014.

 

2014 Webinars

January Fundamentals of Rodent Surgery 
January Do's and don'ts of rodent peri-operative care and assessment
January Aseptic Surgical Technique in Rodents
January Rodent Intubation Methods
February Understanding an Anesthesia Machine
February Rodent Physiological Monitoring 
March Refining Anesthesia Through High Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation
March Refining Surgical Training Through Inanimate Surgical Training Tools
March Surgical Techniques in Mice Part 1
March Surgical Techniques in Mice Part 2
April Monitoring during Anesthesia
April Surgical Techniques in Rats
April Troubleshooting during Anesthesia
April Husbandry/Calculating Staff/Cost Accounting
April NHP Anesthesia
April Practicle Sollutions for Running Good Animal Care and Use Programs at Small to Medium Programs without Breaking the Bank
April Revolutions, insights and comparisons of Rodent Anesthesia and Analgesia; Anesthetic equipment, homeothermy and respiration
April Managing an IACUC Program
May Revolutions, insights and comparisons of Rodent Anesthesia and Analgesia; Anesthetic selection, patient monitoring, and implications of anesthesia on research outcomes
May Revolutions, insights and comparisons of Rodent Anesthesia and Analgesia; Assessment of pain of laboratory mouse and rat
May Revolutions, insights and comparisons of Rodent Anesthesia and Analgesia; Management of pain of laboratory mouse and rat
May Principles of Dog Surgery
June Selected Canine Surgical Procedures
June Refining Biomethodology Training with Help of Inanimate Biomethodology Training Tools
June Biomethodology of Rats
June  Biomethodology of Mice
July Rodent Stereotactic Surgery Part 1; Fundamentals of stereotactic surgery in rodents
July Rodent Stereotactic Surgery Part 2; Performing stereotactic surgical procedures
July Rodent Stereotactic Surgery Part 3; Addressing common complications and issues with rodent stereotactic surgery
July Catheterization of Rats
August Catheterization of Mice
Augsut Mouse necropsy and sample handling
August Rat necropsy and sample handling
August Osmotic Pump Implantation in Rodents Part1
September Osmotic Pump Implantation in Rodents Part2
September Mouse and Rat Nutritional Basics
September Enrichment and Post-surgical Nutrition
September Rodent Laparoscopey and Colonoscopy
October Microsurgical Techniques & Instrumentation for Chronic Rodent Hemodynamic Monitoring
October Rodent Ischemic Models
October Fundamentals of Microsugery Part 1 - Basic
November Fundamentals of Microsugery Part 2 - Advanced
November Secrets of Rodent Breeding / Fundamentals of Mouse and Rat Breeding and Colony Management
November Othrotopic Injections in Mice and Rats; Open and Laparoscopic Techniques
November Echocardiographic Examinations in Mice and Rats
December Miocardial Infactions in Mice and Rats
December Gastrointestinal Surgery in Mice & Rats

The following topics will be presented but have not yet been schedueld.

  • Review of Humane Intervention Principles and Endpoints for Laboratory Rodents Part 1 and 2
  • Principles of Swine Analgesia and Anesthesia 
  • Principles of Swine Surgery 
  • Selected Swine Surgical Procedures 
  • Theory and Practical Aspects of Environmental Enrichment Programs 
  • Rodent Behavior and Enrichment Strategies 
  • Environmental enrichment for NHP 
  • IACUC and Training According to New Guidelines 
  • How to Implement New AVMA Guidelines for the Euthanasia of Animals 
  • Fluid Therapy for Rodents

This institutional registration includes:

  • Access to all 64 live webinars
  • Two access seats - which allows you to access the webinar from two different locations
  • Unlimited number of participants at each of the two locations/seats
  • Voice Over Internet Protocol, which allows for webinar viewing in large auditoriums
  • Continuing Education Credits for each participant/viewer at no additional cost - 128 CE credits
    • VBI webinars are approved by the American Association for Veterinary State Boards for RACE credits for
      • Veterinarians
      • Veterinary Technicians
    • VBI Webinars meet
      • AALAS and CALAS CE criteria
      • Academy of Surgical Research CE Criteria
  • 4 week access to the recorded version of each webinar
  • Certificate of participation for each participant
  • Webinars are reviewed and approved by the Academy of Surgical Research

Normally, you would receive ALL OF THIS for the price of $8,995. However, VBI is offering a SPECIAL discount for the price of $1,995 for institutional registration

To get this AMAZING DEAL, you must register by July 15th, 2014.


Individual Pricing :
$1995 (per person) for for-profit institutions or
$1995 (per person) for non-profit.

Groups[*] of 2-4 individuals :
$1995 (per group) for for-profit institutions or
$1995 (per group) for non-profit.

Groups[*] of 5 or more individuals :
$1995 (per group) for for-profit institutions or
$1995 (per group) for non-profit.

Technical requirements:


[*] - Group registration receives a license to view webinar on one computer/monitor

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VBI’s training meets the following standards:

 

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VBI’s courses and workshops also meet the requirements for
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