Veterinary medicine and best business practices never stop changing. With this in mind, we continually host webinars for our customers to keep them educated and informed. Below you can view recordings of past webinars on a variety of topics. Please note, CE is not available for recorded webinars.
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OSHA and Infection Control Made Easy for Animal Health Facilities
September 29, 2021 - 7 PM ET
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration requires that employers provide training on safe and healthful working conditions to all their employees. This course, presented by Karson L. Carpenter, President of Compliance Training Partners, will not only fulfill these requirements, but update participants on the latest from OSHA, including the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) for Hazard Communication.
Additionally, this session will cover the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Guidelines for operating your hospital during the COVID-19 pandemic period.
Principal topics covered that apply to animal health facilities under the OSH Act include:
- Means of egress
- Ionizing radiation
- General Duty Clause
- Zoonotic disease prevention/best practices
- Post-exposure protocol
- Regulated waste disposal
- Personal protective equipment (PPE)
- Electrical safety
- Fire safety and first aid
- Hazardous materials
Information will be provided on how to be prepared for an OSHA inspection at your hospital and how to assign tasks to key staff members to achieve compliance.
The Use of RenoVō®: An Acellular, Liquid Equine Amnion Allograft in Equine Patients
September 27, 2021 - 6 PM ET
Regenerative therapy techniques, aimed to improve the health of horses across-the-board, are on the rise in the world of equine medicine. These advanced technologies play a crucial role in the clinical management of soft tissue, orthopedic, and other equine disorders.
RenoVō® is a next-generation regenerative liquid allograft derived from equine amniotic tissues that has become a valuable tool for equine veterinarians using biologics to potentiate healing. Additionally, this product is a cost-effective, off-the-shelf, ready to use solution with superior regenerative potential.
You are invited to attend a webinar on regenerative therapy presented by Christian Beaudry, MBA, CTBS, DABRM and Brent Hague, DVM, DACVS providing the latest information about the science and clinical use of RenoVō®. The goal of the session is to explore the product science in depth and review clinical data, as well as to learn how the use of RenoVō® allograft to maximize the healing potential and wellbeing of horses across all breeds and athletic disciplines.
About the speakers:
Christian Beaudry, MBA, CTBS, DABRM
Co-Founder, Chief Operating and Scientific Officer, Board of Manager Member, Equus Innovations
Mr. Beaudry is an executive and entrepreneur with more than twenty-one years of biopharmaceutical and scientific research experience. Beaudry is co-founder of Equus Innovations (Phoenix, AZ) where he serves as Chief Operating and Scientific Officer and Member, Board of Managers. In this capacity, he is responsible for overall research and development of amniotic tissue allografts and technologies including RenoVō®. Prior to founding Equus Innovations, Mr. Beaudry served as Chief Scientific Officer at Amnio Technology where he was instrumental in developing and bringing to market the company’s human amniotic tissue product offerings. On top of these achievements, he is an inventor, co-author, and has held numerous research and operational appointments.
Dr. Brent Hague, DVM, DACVS
Equine Surgeon, Oakridge Equine Hospital
Dr. Brent Hague received his DVM from Oklahoma State University in 1993 and was later accepted into a surgery residency at Texas A & M. He completed his training and became board certified by the American College of Veterinary Surgery in 1998. His professional interests are sports medicine, arthroscopic surgery, laser surgery, regenerative therapy, and orthopedics. He enjoys the opportunity to share his experience with fellow equine practitioners by taking part in clinical research, and public speaking. Dr. Hague and his partner, Mike Major, DVM founded their referral equine surgery practice, Oakridge Equine Hospital, PC, in February 2003 with the goal of providing clients with the latest technology and expertise to diagnose and treat the equine athlete.