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shelter-medicine & pet health: DATA webinar

Discussion in 'Dog Health and Nutrition' started by leashedForLife, Feb 9, 2012.

  1. leashedForLife

    Nov 1, 2009
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    Magical Metrics and Dazzling Data:
    How Medical Fact-Finding Guides Shelters to Improved Animal Health

    On March 8, 2012, at 9-PM East-coast USA time, Dr. Jan Scarlett, Director of Maddie’s® Shelter-Medicine Program
    at Cornell Univ College of Vet-Medicine, will teach participants about the collection & use of medical data
    in animal shelters, & how this can significantly improve the health of individual animals & the shelter population.

    Attendees will also learn how shelter data can:
    * Identify disease outbreaks
    * Monitor disease trends over time
    * Evaluate the effectiveness of changes in disease management protocols
    * Identify groups at high risk of disease
    * Identify high risk periods for disease in shelters
    * Correlate disease with shelter census, length of stay & shelter location

    Register for this webcast at the Maddie's website.
    Maddie's Fund - Maddie's Institute

    PAST webcasts are available for viewing; continuing-ed units can be recorded, too.

    previous subjects:
    - Shelter Crowd Control: Keeping Community Cats Out of Shelters
    'community cats' = abandoned pet-cats, feral cats, etc; IOW, free roaming.
    sorry, communities do not "own" cats! Individuals do. :nono:]

    - Do-It-Yourself Shelter Assessments: Maddie’s Animal-Shelter Infection Control Tool

    - Saving Lives with Antibody Titer Tests

    - The First 60 Minutes: Animal Sheltering's Critical Hour
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