Continuing Education/Labs/Shows

Biovision is committed to helping veterinary professionals acquire knowledge and skills to thrive in an ever-changing environment. To that end, we:

  • Sponsor or cosponsor a number of continuing education programs throughout the year; and
  • Participate as an exhibitor at veterinary medical association meetings/trade shows.

In our continuing education programs, we focus on wet labs where practitioners can get hands-on experience learning practical everyday procedures using rigid endoscopy, laparoscopy, or needleoscopy/micro-invasive arthroscopy using Biovision equipment.

Biovision‘s participation as an exhibitor at veterinary medical association meetings helps offset the costs for the associations to present their annual educational programs.

Our current schedule of continuing education programs, labs, and shows is presented below. You can view them by discipline/area of practice or by month.

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Practical Rigid Endoscopy for Veterinarians CE Course (8.5 CE)

September 12, 2024 OR December 4, 2024 (choose one)
The Center for the Advancement of Rigid Endoscopy (C.A.R.E.)
Littleton, CO

Biovision is proud to cosponsor this full-day continuing education opportunity. Participants will take part in at least two laparoscopic-assisted spay procedures and at least one prophlyactic gastropexy procedure. These are survival procedures performed on dogs that are then returned to the shelter for adoption. Your instructors pioneered the surgical techniques for performing these procedures laparoscopically and have performed more than 5,000 laparoscopic-assisted spays. Limited to 4 participants for maximum hands-on time and instructor interaction.

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Practical Rigid Endoscopy for Veterinarians CE Course (8.5 CE)

September 12, 2024
The Center for the Advancement of Rigid Endoscopy (C.A.R.E.)
Littleton, CO

Biovision is proud to cosponsor this full-day continuing education opportunity. Participants will take part in at least two laparoscopic-assisted spay procedures and at least one prophlyactic gastropexy procedure. These are survival procedures performed on dogs that are then returned to the shelter for adoption. Your instructors pioneered the surgical techniques for performing these procedures laparoscopically and have performed more than 5,000 laparoscopic-assisted spays. Limited to 4 participants for maximum hands-on time and instructor interaction.

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