Video collection for the education of veterinarians, veterinary technicians, assistants, and other team members. Videos cover presenting conditions, procedures, and 10 of the most commonly treated animals - cats, dogs, horses, cattle, rabbits, and reptiles. Contains over 800 videos along with transcripts. All content in the collection comes from content partners approved by the Registry of Approved Continuing Education (RACE), an accreditation that demonstrates a dedication to high standards of quality and accuracy.
Providing a much-needed visual component to veterinary education, this collection of over 240 titles covers topics in six major categories: animal anatomy and physiology; animal behavior and learning; animal health, nutrition and disease; basic veterinary skills; the veterinary workplace; and veterinary treatments and procedures (performing and assisting).
International Cat Care, in partnership with Ceva, has developed a set of handling videos for both vets and nurses, and for owners. The videos detail best practice handling techniques and approaches, and are designed to reduce stress for cats and improve safety in vet clinics, and also to help build a bond between owners and cats at home.
Documentary on the controversies surrounding GMO food production. The film travels through Hawaiian papaya groves, Ugandan banana farms, and Iowan cornfields to further examine these controversies, including social and economic aspects.