Dear customers & friends,
We hope everyone is healthy and coping with the global pandemic. If there can be a silver lining, it is an opportunity for many families to slow down and spend time at home together. At this point, we hear that many large animal veterinarians are still busy and tending to the animals under their care.
At many larger equine clinics and universities, we understand emergency-only staffing is taking place. We appreciate the sacrifices everyone is making to contain the viral spread yet care for their patients and protect our food supply.
Equinosis will be curbing travel as well, and since many of you will be at home, we think this is a great opportunity connect online. If you have been meaning to get re-engaged with Q training, this might be the perfect time. Over the coming weeks, Equinosis will be scheduling a multitude of webinars, including a 4-part Basic Training series. We hope to include topics of interest, at times convenient to veterinarians in all parts of the world. Below are the topics already on the list.
To submit other suggestions or to vote for your favorite days/times of the week, click here: http://bit.ly/equinosis-webinar-questionnaire
- Introduction to Lameness Measurement (for non-user)
- Basic Training Part 1 of 4: Utilizing Inertial Sensors in Equine Lameness Measurement - the Model, the Method, and Biomechanics
- Basic Training Part 2 of 4: Utilizing the Q with Lameness Locator - Software Navigation and Data Collection Guidelines
- Basic Part 3 of 4: Utilizing Inertial Sensors in Equine Lameness Measurement - Evaluating the Straight Line
- Basic Training Part 4 of 4: Utilizing Inertial Sensors in Equine Lameness Measurement - Evaluating Lunging, Flexions, Blocks, and Under Saddle
- Lameness measurement in horse racing
- Multiple Limb Lameness – New evidence and the Law of Sides
We hope to see you online.
Chief Executive Officer