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The Veterinary Bioscience Institute Announces an Amazing Series of 41 Webinars for 2013
Date:12/28/2012

Winston Salem, North Carlina (PRWEB) December 28, 2012

The Veterinary Bioscience Institute (VBI) is the premiere provider of online and onsite training for the biomedical community. This year marks an extraordinary push to provide an amazing volume of content, while continuing to produce unsurpassed quality educational materials. VBI also realizes that it takes a “global village” to create an unparalleled, harmonized and unbiased educational experience, so in addition to their list of world renowned experts already in place, they will be expanding their number of speakers for 2013.

VBI is very pleased to announce an unprecedented 41 webinars for the 2013 schedule. Each one of these webinars is approved for 2 continuing education units through the Registry of Approved Continuing Education (RACE), and is accepted by AALAS, CALAS, ASR and LAWTE. There is an amazing list of topics, including; Gastrointestinal Surgery in Mice, Gastrointestinal Surgery in Rats, Osmotic Pump Implantation, Rodent Anesthesia and Analgesia, Humane Intervention Points, Non-Human Primate Anesthesia, Mouse and Rat Nutrition, Principles of Swine Surgery, and MANY MORE! The link to find more information is http://www.vetbiotech.com/webinardetail.php?id=50 .

“We have always been serious about our commitment to education and the life-sciences community,” states Dr. Elizabeth Johnson, CEO of the Veterinary Bioscience Institute. “I believe that this groundbreaking line-up of webinars proves to our clients that we can continue to evolve and elevate the level of educational experience so that we can meet the needs of the biomedical community on a larger scale”.

Dr. Szczepan Baran, President and Chief Operating Officer of the Veterinary Bioscience Institute, and frequent presenter at the webinars, is excited about the widely expanded offerings. “We are almost doubling the number of webinars that we offered in 2012,” he stated. “We got a lot of requests to cover the topics of Non-Human Primates, behavior and enrichment, and more specific surgical procedures. This is our answer to their requests”.

“One of VBI’s company goals is to listen to the client and deliver the educational material and experience that they desire,” states Dr. Johnson. “This is a testament to our clients that we have their best interests at heart”.

In addition to webinars, VBI offers on-line courses, onsite training and workshops, validated competency and proficiency assessment training programs, customized training programs and offers a wide variety of consultants for training, education and regulatory needs.

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