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Report on the IV International Symposium of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians - 1986 Proceedings of RESANTILLA IV and LABANTILLAS II

By: Cazabon, E.P.I | IICA, Georgetown (Guyana) | 4. Meeting of Directors of Animal Health of the Caribbean-RESANTILLAS IV; 2. Meeting of Directors of Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratories of the Caribbean-LABANTILLAS II Ogle, East Coast Demerara (Guyana) 8-10 Abr 1987.
Material type: ArticleArticleSeries: Ponencias, Resultados y Recomendaciones de Eventos Técnicos A2/GY (IICA) no. 87-001. Publisher: Georgetown (Guyana) 1987Description: p. 1-3.ISSN: 0253-4746.Subject(s): SERVICIOS VETERINARIOS | SALUD ANIMAL | DIAGNOSTICO DE LABORATORIO | LABORATORIOS | ENFERMEDADES DE LOS PECES | CARIBESummary: This Symposium was held in Amsterdam, the Netherlands from June 2-6, 1986 with Dr. E. Cazabon representing Caribbean countries through IICA's sponsorship. Some forty-eight (48) countries participated with approximately 230 presentations being made. Laboratory Management and Diagnosis of Fish Diseases were considered of special interest to the Caribbean situation. The geographical, climatological, political and financial constraints affecting laboratory operations were noted. Recommendations by the Caribbean delegate were that requesting from IICA or other appropriate international agencies support in ascertaining veterinary laboratory requirements and by so doing making recommendations re the appropriate laboratory service requirements for each country and secondly to look into the question of relevant continuing education for veterinary diagnosticians in the area through sabbatical leave with attachment to appropriate institutions in developed countries

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This Symposium was held in Amsterdam, the Netherlands from June 2-6, 1986 with Dr. E. Cazabon representing Caribbean countries through IICA's sponsorship. Some forty-eight (48) countries participated with approximately 230 presentations being made. Laboratory Management and Diagnosis of Fish Diseases were considered of special interest to the Caribbean situation. The geographical, climatological, political and financial constraints affecting laboratory operations were noted. Recommendations by the Caribbean delegate were that requesting from IICA or other appropriate international agencies support in ascertaining veterinary laboratory requirements and by so doing making recommendations re the appropriate laboratory service requirements for each country and secondly to look into the question of relevant continuing education for veterinary diagnosticians in the area through sabbatical leave with attachment to appropriate institutions in developed countries

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