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B-1005: Barramundi (Asian seabass) Diseases & Management Strategies

B-1005: Barramundi (Asian seabass) Diseases & Management Strategies

Presenter: Dr Susan Gibson-Kueh, BVSc, MSc (Aquatic Vet. Studies), PhD (Fish Pathology).

Date: October 13, 2014 Time: 9:00 PM AWST

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Duration: 1 hour

CEPD Credits: 1.5 hours

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Costs for training: Full member:$15, Student member:$5, Non member/guest:$25

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More about this event

Suitable for veterinarians and other personnel who assist in manage disease outbreaks in aquaculture operations, this webinar covered significant diseases commonly encountered in barramundi culture, the principles behind sound disease investigations, and some baseline information for understanding of the dynamics behind disease occurrence on a farm – all of which are necessary for implementing fish disease management plans. 


Specific learning objectives include
1. Understanding the general principles and techniques behind sound fish disease investigations; 
2. Becoming familiar with common and significant diseases of barramundi; and, 
3. Understanding how a disease affects the fish, and how this translates to successful disease management program. 

The live presentation was recorded on October 24, 2014.

Want CEPD credit? Veterinarians, veterinary technicians/nurses and veterinary students can earn up to 1.5 hrs of CEPD credit after viewing the webinar, and a successfully completing a brief KSA (knowledge & skills assessment). CEPD is suitable towards re-licensing/regisration to practice veterinay medicine and may be useful for credit in a degree-eaning course.

CEPD Cost: Non-WAVMA members - $25; WAVMA student members - $5; WAVMA full & tech/nurse members - $15.

 

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