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San Luis Obispo, CA, United States, 2009/12/18 - University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine offers Continuing Education course for Veterinarian Professionals in February, 2010.
University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine is holding a three-day seminar for veterinarians, students and related professionals February 26-28, 2010 in Gainesville, FL. This course qualifies for 18 hours of Continuing Education for veterinarians and technicians and for the academic requirement for certification by the American Academy of Thermology.
Veterinarian Dr. Jim Waldsmith, Board Certified in Thermal Imaging and founder of Vetel Diagnostics (veteldiagnostics.com) will be presenting lectures and hands-on training in Thermal Imaging for Equine patients and proper camera utilization. Additional topics will be presented by experts such as Tracy Turner, DVM, MS, DACVS, Kimberly Henneman, DVM, FAAVA, CVA, CVC, Mike Walsh, DVM, MS, and Mike Corcoran. This seminar involves case-based problem solving, practical experience and Web Lab sessions with Thermal Imaging modalities to provide realistic exposure and training.
Registration is required and space is limited. For more information:
Dr. Mike Walsh, Program Organizer
University of Florida
College of Veterinary Medicine
PO Box 100136
Gainesville, FL 32610-0136
P: 352-222-4948 / F: 352-846-1171
Vetel Diagnostic’s product line includes Thermal Imaging, Digital Radiography and Ultrasound systems and products for equine and companion animals. All systems combine the highest quality components with the industry's most user-friendly and accurate software. Their headquarters are located at 4850 Davenport Creek Road in San Luis Obispo, CA and they can be reached at (800) 458-8890.