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E.I. Medical Imaging Adds New Pennsylvania Bovine Class In July

Posted by Jim Turner on Tue, Jun 23, 2015 @ 02:03 PM

diploma-1E.I. Medical Imaging is proud to announce it has expanded its line up of educational courses to include a Basic Bovine Reproduction Class in Shippensburg, Pennsylvania on July 30-31, 2015. 

The class only includes room for 8 students and space is limited.  The cost of the class is $750 and includes a classroom lecture on the afternoon of July 30, 2015 from 1pm-6pm, followed by dinner after the lecture at the Shippen Place Hotel.  The hands on lab will take place the next morning, July 31, 2015 and will be located at a local dairy and will be concluded by lunchtime. 

This is one of the few times we have offered an education and training course for those closer to the east coast and we are pleased we can offer the opportunity to you.  Do't delay your registration or you could miss out!

Dr. Craig DeMuth will be instructing on Ultrasound Reproduction with a classroom lecture and the following day will be on site in the field for some hands on experience. This two day class includes 9 hours of RACE approved CE credit to those in attendance. In addition to the class room RACE credits the class includes classroom materials, on site hands on training using the Ibex® Portable Ultrasound System. Don't miss out on this opportunity to increase your knowledge of the use of ultrasound and to offer more for your clients. You can register for the class by clicking on the button below.

 

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For any information related to the class, you may contact us, or contact Dr. Craig Demuth after your registration for final details.

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At E.I. Medical Imaging School's In For Summer!

Posted by Jim Turner on Thu, Apr 17, 2014 @ 10:30 AM

EIMI Education and TrainingEducation and Training is a big part of what we like to offer our customers here at E.I. Medical Imaging.  It is important to us to offer the latest information in the use of our portable and durable veterinary ultrasounds.  We recently had an offering of a basic bovine reproduction class in Springfield/Colombia, Missouri, on April 10.  I have heard those that attended learned a great deal about how to use their ultrasound.

We are offering another class this summer for those interested in learning more about the use of their Ibex® Portable Ultrasound on June 12-13, 2014, in Bridgeport, Nebraska.  If you are interested in attending this class and learning more about bovine reproduction and how to use your ultrasound, you can register today. Our class in Nebraska is taught by Dr. Craig DeMuth and he will be instructing on Ultrasound Reproduction with a classroom lecture, and then the following day will be on-site in the field for some great hands on experience. We are also providing 9 hours of RACE approved CE credit to those veterinarians in attendance. 

learning ultrasoundThe class is limited to the first 8 (eight) participants. If you don't get registered soon you may miss out on this great opportunity. We will take the first 8 registrants that have paid for the course. Get your reserved spot today by filling out the form and registering as soon as possible. The cost of the class is $750US and you can pay easily right from the registration. You will be prompted for payment during the registration process.  I also know we are offering special discounts and special pricing for the classes if you purchase an Ibex® Portable Ultrasound.  Check with your sales representative or even arrange for a free demo of your unit. They can help you buy your Ibex® Portable Ultrasound and get you registered for a class!

We are adding other training classes and learning opportunities so be sure to check back often to see what we have to offer.  If you see a class in the future you want to attend, it's not to early to guarantee your spot with a registration.  If you don't see a class in your area or if you want to have us teach a class in your part of the country, we would be happy to work with you and see how we can arrange a class closer to your area.

Classes we have scheduled currently include:

June 12 & 13, 2014

Bridgeport, NE

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September 25 & 26, 2014

Omaha, NE

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October 9 & 10, 2014

Montana

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October 23 & 24, 2014

North Dakota

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November 13 & 14, 2014

Kearney, NE

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E.I. Medical Imaging Appreciates and Supports "Agvocacy"

Posted by Jim Turner on Fri, Mar 07, 2014 @ 08:22 AM

One of the buzz phrases that has been sent around our offices has been the idea of having  advocates in our industry.  It's always nice to have a large following, or many people that understand your business and can be a sales force for you. The industry we are seeing many recent articles about and an industry on the rise for the need for advocates is in agriculture.  They are calling them "agvocates".  Recently a group in Canada has launched the beef advocacy and education program.  We wish the all the agvocates in Canada and their program all the best in the future. Here is the release provided by that group:

 

BAC3color thumbBeef Advocacy Program Launches in Canada

(Ottawa, AB) March 6, 2014 - Beef Advocacy Canada is proud to launch its live advocacy and education program at the Canadian Cattlemen’s Association (CCA) Annual General Meeting.

Canada Beef and the CCA, along with funding from the Alberta Livestock and Meat Association (ALMA), have brought together industry partners to develop a comprehensive program that will walk future beef advocates through the entire industry from gate to plate.

“The program is designed to equip advocates with facts and resources to support the beef industry in a world where information moves more quickly than it ever has before,” said Annemarie Pedersen, Director, Industry Communications, Canada Beef. 

Canada Beef and CCA began work on the program in 2013, understanding the need for a positive, knowledgeable and unified voice for the beef industry.

“More people are talking about the Canadian beef industry now than in the past; they are talking about how cattle are raised and how beef is produced,” said Jolene Noble, Program Coordinator, CCA.

The goal of the program is to empower people, those who make their living by and take pride in bringing beef to the world’s table, to communicate about beef production with knowledge and confidence. Numerous industry partners collaborated on developing the material used in the course work. “This is definitely a program that shares the depth of knowledge within our industry,” said Pedersen.

Two courses provide information for a large range of audiences. Course One is designed to provide basic information about the entire process from cattle on the farm, to beef in the meat case. This information is suitable not only for aspiring beef advocates, but also for the general population - anyone who wants to know more about the Canadian beef industry.

Course Two will be designed specifically for those people who want to become advocates for the Canadian beef industry. There will be specific resources and information available to registered users of both Courses.

The Beef Advocacy program is an educational, online resource designed to provide information on the Canadian beef industry via smart phones, tablets and desktop computers. The website is www.beefadvocacy.ca and Twitter is @beefadvocacy.

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Tags: E.I. Medical Imaging, Education and Training, Beef, Beef Advocacy, CCA, Canada Beef, Agriculture

New Age Education and Training For The Portable Ultrasound

Posted by Jim Turner on Tue, Nov 12, 2013 @ 09:40 AM

digital education and trainingBusinesses are having to change the way they do things to keep up with the digital world.  We live in an age now where snail mail, print advertising, good old fashion face-to-face meetings and a handshake are a thing of the past.  We continue to evolve in business with the invention of technology and how we conduct our day-to-day business transactions.  At E.I. Medical Imaging, we are not much different in the way we approach our business.  We too must adapt to the way of the future.  We are using social media and technology to provide up to the minute information about our products and services.  Our Ibex® Portable Ultrasound Systems' software can be updated with a few strokes of a keypad on your computer and online, and we have many other technologically advanced features too numerous for this post.

One of the things we intend to implement for the future of E.I. Medical Imaging and our Ibex® Family of Ultrasound Systems and accessories is education and training.  It would be difficult to arrange a location where we could invite the hundreds and thousands of our customers and users to gather and allow us to prepare a lecture series and allow you the user to have hands on education and training of our device. We can do this on a small level and we would be happy to oblige this and will have these types of education training opportunities in the future.  Right now there are a handful of companies that are trying to accomplish this, but it is an uphill battle and a costly endeavor.  If you want to be trained in the use of ultrasound it is going to take an inordinate amount time, which we all know means money, and it will cost you dearly monetarily to attend.  With the use of technology and the use of the digital world we can change the way you spend your time and your money. 

At E.I. Medical Imaging we are currently working on a way to decrease your time and the money you spend to get the training you need to be successful in your practice as a veterinarian. This all falls in line with our idea that "Helping Your Practice Makes Perfect Sense."  Stay tuned in here for future announcements about our education and training.  We will soon have ways you can get the education and training you need for use of our equipment and a way to help you with your veterinary practice.

Of note and as a persuasive point to what I have discussed here, Dan Grooms, President of the AABP has his November message that has has provided.  The message is provided via YouTube, a use of video I applaud.  The message is simple about the fate of the Enyclopedia Britannica and how it failed to adapt to the evolving world.  We as businesses should also learn to adapt.  I hope the message is clear.


 

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