Exotic Animal Medicine for the Clinical Practitioner (EAMCP)
Presented by the American Association of Zoo Veterinarians
Continuing education credits endorsed by the American College of Zoological Medicine
The American Association of Zoo Veterinarians is presenting an in-depth, 2-day course on exotic, zoo, and wild animal medicine Saturday and Sunday, October 11 & 12, 2008 at the Hilton Los Angeles Airport, Los Angeles, California. Lectures will be geared to the private exotic animal clinical practitioner and are expected to include exotic animal necropsy techniques, critical care, anesthesia, and nutrition with special species focus of primate, exotic felid, and marsupial medicine, basic and advanced avian, aquatic, reptile, amphibian, and small mammal medicine. Registration includes lecture materials, continental breakfasts and break refreshments, Sunday evening reception, and certificate of attendance for display in your practice. Class offers 14 hours of CE credits certified by the American College of Zoological Medicine.
Registration fee: $350 by 19 September, $400 after 19 September.
Rooms available at the Hilton Los Angeles Airport @ $139 single or double/night.
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Free shuttle from all LAX terminals to hotel
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If you prefer to register using a printed form, call, e-mail or fax a request for a printed registration form. Telephone (904)225-3275, Fax (904)225-3289, E-mail aazvorg.aol.com
Learn exotic animal medicine from the experts!
Small mammal anesthesia and diagnostic techniques - Steven Hernandez-Divers
Exotic felid medicine - Sonia Hernandez-Divers
Primate medicine - Geoff Pye
Marsupial medicine - Geoff Pye
Wildlife triage and critical care - Jonathan Sleeman
Avian nutrition - Sonia Hernandez-Divers
Exotic Animal Necropsy - Dee McAloose and Karen Terio
Chelonian Surgical techniques - Tom Boyer
Fish medicine and surgery - Natalie Mylniczenko
Amphibian medicine - Eric Baitchman
Nutrition in ectotherms - Eric Klaphake
Reptile anesthesia and analgesia - Tom Boyer
Zoonosis in exotic species - R. Scott Larsen
Conservation medicine - Jonathan Sleeman