11th Annual Veterinary Forensic Science Conference.
IVFSA 2018 (Part 2)
Welcome to the IVFSA 2018 Conference Series, Part 2 of 3!
This program is divided into 3 sections.
Part 1: Lectures by the following speakers, $75
- Honorable Thomas A. Balmer, Chief Justice of the Oregon Supreme Court - Animal Cruelty in the Context of the Larger Mission of the Justice System (42:14)
- Dr. Frank van de Goot - Limiting Studies: a Scientific Way to Include or Exclude Possibilities (39:48)
- Brad Nichols, Calgary Humane Society - Applying the IVFSA / American Model in Canada (39:07)
- Samantha Barley, Dogs Trust London - Companion Animal Neglect in the UK (35:51)
- Emily Davidsohn, Investigations Attorney / Kris Otteman, Vice President, Shelter Medicine & Investigations, Oregon Humane Society - See Something, Say Something: The Veterinarian's Duty to Report (44:40)
- Adam Stern, University of Illinois - An Overview of the Forensic Necropsy (41:59)
- Dr. Sharon Ostermann / Jeremiah Garrido / Julia Malvick / Alexandra Ellis - Multidisciplinary Effort to Identify the Silicon Valley Neighborhood Cat Killer (44:29)
Part 2: Lectures by the following speakers, $75
Part 3: Lectures by the following speakers, $75
- Jason Byrd, Associate Director - Maples Center for Forensic Medicine, University of Florida - What's Bugging You? Entomological Evidence Recovery and Collection in Unique Environments (46:13)
- Peggy Link, Coordinator - Certificate in Animal Welfare Investigations, Unitec Institute of Technology, Aukland, New Zealand - Front Forensics: The Importance of Training Humane Law Enforcement Professionals in Veterinary Science (42:04)
- Sean P. McDonough, Cornell University - Animal Cruelty of Neglect: Extreme Hair Matting (45:44)
- Patricia Norris, North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services - Regulatory Medicine Investigations: Using Principals of Veterinary Forensics and Multi-Agency Coordination (47:16)
- Nici Vance, Senior Forensic Scientist, Forensic Services Division / Forensic Anthropologist, Medical Examiner Division, Portland Metro Laboratory - I Dig Your Bones: Forensic Anthropology in the Pacific Northwest (49:17)
- Brad Nichols, Calgary Humane Society / Margaret Doyle, Forensic Veterinarian - Management of Large Scale Hoarding Cases (46:11)
Each section requires an additional purchase to gain access.
This entire series of videos will take you approximately 16 hours to complete. Upon completion, you must pass a quiz. After successfully passing the quiz, you will be able to return to QuickReg and print a certificate.
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