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AVImark Online Academy is now offering more than 900 collective videos covering topics from paperless AVImark to training for management or receptionists. The interactive training program, from AVImark and Animal Care Technologies, features convenient access from the speed bar in AVImark or by using an Internet connection anytime; manager controls with the ability to assign modules to staff and manage and track their progress; and pay-as-you-go modules to avoid lump sum purchases.
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LifeLearn Inc. has released “Behavior Advice for Clients,” an updated compilation of the LifeLearn set of behavior client handouts. LifeLearn says these reprintable, illustrated handouts provide veterinary health care teams and pet owners with practical advice on prevention, management and treatment of behavior problems in dogs and cats. The book, compiled by veterinary behaviorists Drs. Gary Landsberg and Debra Horwitz, comes with a CD with all articles in PDF form for printing of individual handouts for clients.
Contact 800-375-7994
Tobias Schwarz and Jimmy Saunders edit a resource to understanding and using computed tomography (CT) in veterinary practice and provide guidelines for carrying out an effective examination.
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The second online version of European Journal of Companion Animal Practitioners (EJCAP) is now available. Along with CPD articles and videos, this version includes getting started with scoping, surgical treatment of degenerative lumbosacral stenosis, assessment of mycotic rhinosinusitis and using new media in practice.
ImproMed LLC introduces the 25.341 version of its practice management software. Modifications include making partial authorization of prepaid credit card transactions available; the ability to display the remaining balance of the card on receipts and invoices, and to automatically void transactions involving cards with insufficient funds.
Contact 800-925-7171
Animal Care Technologies creates a series of videos focusing on the importance of staff working as a team and a professional atmosphere. Topics covered include: Flexibility in Your Job, Following Instructions, Professional Conduct, Record Keeping, Safety, Teamwork and The People Business.
Contact 800-357-3182
Kurt A. Grimm, DVM, MS, Ph.D., Dipl. ACVA, Dipl. ACVCP, and two other veterinarians edit a guide to the fundamentals of managing small animal anesthesia patients and include new chapters on equipment and managing specific conditions.
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Animal Care Technologies, a provider of client satisfaction surveys, has a new DVD titled “Listen Up! How to Profit from Client Feedback,” by Brian Conrad, CVPM. The company says the DVD focuses on how to profit from client feedback, and also serves as a tool for motivating staff to better understand the needs of clients and deliver excellent client service.
Contact 800-357-3182
Idexx Computer Systems and Cubex have launched an automated inventory management system for IDEXX Cornerstone Practice Management System customers. The manufacturer says the Cubex system eliminates over and under stocking and hand counting of inventory while reducing data entry errors and missed charges.
Contact 800-283-8386
Stephen C. Barr, BVSc, MVS, Ph.D., Dipl. ACVIM, and Dwight D. Bowman, MS, Ph.D., cover canine and feline infectious diseases and parasite-related disorders, and provide information about treatment options, drugs and diagnostic testing.
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