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Veterinary Preventive Medicine Webinars

Upcoming Webinars

Dr. Susan Little

"The Changing Distributions of Ticks and Tick-borne Infections"  Thursday, Dec.7, 2017 2:00- 3:00 PM (eastern)

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Dr. Jonathan Epstein

Understanding the Ecology of Emerging Zoonoses

 

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Predicting & Mapping Vector-borne Diseases

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This recording is from the webinar titled, "Predicting & Mapping Vector-borne Diseases” presented by Dwight Bowman and Robert Lund, on September 1, 2016 as part of the ACVPM/COCA partnership webinar series.

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Honey Bees: A New Species for Veterinarians?

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Honey Bees: A New Species for Veterinarians?

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The Confluence of Science, Policy and Politics and the Multisectoral Approach to Zoonotic Disease

The Confluence of Science, Policy and Politics and the Multisectoral Approach to Zoonotic Disease.  The presentation was made by Brian McCluskey, DVM, MS, PhD, Dip ACVPM

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You Tube Video: Confluence of Science, Policy and Politics and the Multisectoral Approach to Zoonotic Disease

Raw Milk Movement

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This recording is from the webinar titled, “Raw Milk Movement” presented by Joni Scheftel and Michele Jay-Russell, DVM, on November 19, 2014 as part of the ACVPM/COCA partnership webinar series.

Hantavirus Webinar

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This recording is from the webinar titled, “Hantavirus Webinar Recording” presented by Deborah Carr, DVM, on April 4, 2013 as part of the ACVPM/COCA partnership webinar series.

Leptospirosis in the Pacific Northwest

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This recording is from the webinar titled, “Leptospirosis in the Pacific Northwest - Is This the Tip of the Iceberg?” presented by Sharon Grayzel, DVM, MPH, DACVPM on February 26, 2013 as part of the ACVPM/COCA partnership webinar series. In this presentation, Dr. Grayzel discusses the re-emergence of leptospirosis in the Pacific Northwest and the evidence for increased incidence among dogs, as well as the results of her study that examines the spatial, temporal, demographic and clinical features of canine cases in Oregon.