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AAV to Launch New Online Education Platform on May 1, 2020

Tuesday, April 7, 2020  

AAV is pleased to announce our new online education platform will launch on May 1, 2020. This on-demand system will feature over 50 online courses on topics ranging from fundamentals to advanced avian medicine topics. Courses vary from brief how-to technique videos to in-depth master classes. All current AAV members will have access to this library of on-demand content at no cost. Watch for complete details and login information soon!

 

Course List

A Novel Technique for Cloacal Removal of Mature Retained Eggs in Birds

Acute Toxicity After the Administration of High Doses of Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) in Falcons

Anatomical Radiology

Avian Analgesia

Avian Anesthesia, Analgesia and Sedation

Avian Behavior and Implementing Positive Reinforcement Techniques

Avian Coelomic Radiology

Avian Hematology: Sample Collection and Preparation

Avian Ophthalmology: Principles and Application

Backyard Poultry: Practical Information You Can Use, Presented by Systems

Beak and Talon Trimming

Building Blocks in Successful Retail Pet Animal Care and Welfare

Clinical Cardiovascular Anatomy and Disease States in Birds

Common Avian Procedures: Nail Trims

Common Avian Procedures: Wing Trims

Disaster Planning for Pets

Disease Conditions, Clinical Signs and Treatment Modalities of Large Pet Birds

Endoscopy in Falcons

Evaluating the Avian Integument: A Physical Approach

Examples of Complementary Medicine in Exotic and Wildlife Patients

Falcon Physical and Clinical Examination

Feather Repair

Handling and Restraint, Grooming, and the Physical Examination

Handling Avian Respiratory Emergencies

If You Build It, They Will Come: Guidelines for Developing an Avian Practice

Infectious Bronchitis Virus Outbreak in a Flock of Backyard Chickens

Intravenous Catheter Placement in Birds

Introduction to Radiology

Jugular Venipuncture in Parrots

Laser Therapy in Avian Patients

Monitoring and Caring for Your Avian Anesthesia Patient

Newcastle Disease in Falcons in the Middle East

Nursing and Medical Procedures: Haematology, Cytology and Faecal Sampling and Sample Preparation

Nursing and Medical Procedures: Nasal and Sinal Flushing, Stomach Tube Placement, Stomach Flushing and Force Feeding

Pathological Radiology

Pharmacokinetics and Egg Residues after Oral Meloxicam Dosing in Poultry

Point-of-Care Blood Gases and Critical Care Blood Chemistry and Haematology Reference Values in Captive Gyr Falcons (Falco rusticolus)

Sedation in Birds

Subcutaneous Fluids in Birds

The Avian Gastrointestinal Tract: Interaction of Anatomy and Physiology with Disease and Treatment

The Basics of Raptor Care

The Miracle of Flight

The Utilization of Practical Clinical Pathology for Diagnostic Success

Wing Bandages

And MORE!

 

Note Regarding Continuing Education Credit:

Individual states have different laws and policies on acceptability of courses that qualify for continuing education (CE) credit. You are advised to check with the state(s) in which you are licensed to ensure that the courses provided are acceptable prior to taking a course for official CE credit. A Certificate of Completion is provided after a course is viewed in its entirety that you may use to submit to your licensing agency.

 


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