GlobalVetLINK hosted a free webinar, Veterinary Feed Directive Implementation: Lessons Learned, on Tuesday, December 5th at 12:00 p.m. CST for veterinarians, feed distributors and producers. This webinar shared a VFD overview, as well as VFD implementation experiences from multiple sectors of the industry.
Join GVL for an overview and discussion of lessons learned, what has and hasn’t worked in VFD Implementation.
Webinar Outline and Presenters
GlobalVetLINK hosted a free webinar, Animal Disease Traceability (ADT) Industry Update, on Tuesday, November 28th, 2017 at 12:00 p.m. CST for veterinarians, livestock producers and distributors who want more information on the current ADT regulations and the path moving forward.
Join GVL for an overview and discussion of ADT and tips for managing traceability.
Webinar Outline and Presenters
GlobalVetLINK hosted a free VFD Question and Answer Webinar on Tuesday, November 15, 2016 at 12:00 p.m. CT for veterinarians, producers and feed distributors who want more information about VFD compliance and management.
Presenters for the webinars included:
• Michael D. Apley, DVM, PhD, Professor, Kansas State University
• David Nolan, DVM, Swine Technical Services, Huvepharma
• Tyler Holck, DVM, Feed His People LLC, GlobalVetLINK
• Kaylen Henry, Product Manager, GlobalVetlINK
GlobalVetLINK hosted three FREE webinars to help educate feed distributors about recent VFD news, resources and solutions to aid in managing the VFD process, and tips for maintaining an audit trail to prove VFD compliance in the event of an FDA inspection. Join Phil Lawler, GVL Feed Industry Expert, and Kaylen Henry, GVL Product Manager, in this free VFD webinar for feed distributors, dealers and mills.
The VFD Survival Strategy webinar series provides information and resources from leading veterinarians and industry experts to help with preparation for compliance with Veterinary Feed Directives (VFDs). With the new VFD rules coming in January 2017, many in the industry still have questions about how the changes will affect their business. The VFD Survival Strategy webinars are offered for individual stakeholder groups – including feed distributors, veterinarians and producers of swine, beef, dairy and poultry. Topics covered during the webinars include education about VFDs and the coming changes, clarification about interpretation of the rule, actions to take now to prepare and resources available to help with compliance.
As the industry continues to learn about changes coming with the Veterinary Feed Directive, GlobalVetLINK offers actions that vets, producers and feed distributors can take now to prepare. Throughout this one-hour webinar, industry experts will explain challenges with VFDs, expectations of stakeholders, and action plans for those involved. This webinar offers one hour of RACE Certified Continuing Education (CE) credit.
GlobalVetLINK believes that compliance to the Animal Disease Traceability Rule is important, but should be as simple as possible. Simplifying Regulation Nation is a one hour continuing education (CE) webinar intended to provide an explanation of the ADT Monitoring and Compliance Guidelines document and share how digital solutions can help ease the burden of meeting movement requirements.
Join Dr. Mike Apley DVM, PHD as he presents: Veterinarian Feed Directive Guidance for Industry 209 and Digital Documentation Webinar offering one hour of RACE Certified Continuing Education (CE) credit with the purpose of educating food animal veterinarians, veterinary technicians, producers and other animal health stakeholders about the Veterinary Feed Directive (VFD) Guidance for Industry 209. This session will focus on digital solutions can help reduce the burden of compliance. Throughout this webinar, presenters will explain changes and help the audience understand how they are affected by the guidance.
A recorded webinar offering one hour of Continuing Education (CE) credit with passing post-test submission. Panelists include three industry professionals: Robert P. Magnus, DVM, MBA; Matt Frazier, DVM; and Allison Bailey, Equine Practice Manager. Each panelist will demonstrate how digital document management solutions have helped minimize the burden of practice administration, allowing veterinarians to focus on serving the animals rather than clinic paperwork.
Throughout the one hour webinar, animal health stakeholders were educated on the new Animal Disease Traceability rule. In the area of ICVI documentation, Dr. Valerie Ragan helped explain the changes and explore best practices to help animal health professionals comply to the ADT rule with efficiency. Please note: CE is not available for this recorded webinar.
CE Credit Not Available