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7.5 CE ACCREDITED REMOTE DELIVERY SYSTEMS &
TACTICAL SHOOTING SEMINAR
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Acquire 7.5 CE Credits for attending this seminar.
Approved by:Board of Veterinary Medicine
This course will review treatment strategies when delivering injectable liquids from a remote distance.
- Drug selection, species, age, sex will influence shot placement, needle length, and RDD retention configurations (gelatin collars, barbs)
- Loading RDDs [Darts] under field conditions;
- RDD trajectories with various pressure settings relative to distance and projector types
- Critical anatomical considerations to avoid injury or confounding delivery (e.g., depth of soft tissue to bone)
- Anticipating species-specific behaviors to predict/anticipate potential response to RDD / dart discharge.
- Shot placement options for various scenarios, species, body sizes, needle lengths, chemical agents, etc.
- Basic assessment for enhanced shooting skills.
MORNING SESSION [Classroom and Lab]
Session 1 (0830 – 0930 h) – Classroom PowerPoint / Lecture
- Safety and Know your tools [Projectors and RDDs]
Session 2 (0930 – 1100 h) – 30-yard Shooting Range / In Field Lecture
- Entire Class: Firearm Safety and Shooting Basics and Personal projector evaluation
Session 3 (1100 – 1200 h) – Demonstrations
- Shot placement (e.g., deer, cattle, wildlife)
- Gun Cleaning
LUNCH (1200 – 1300 h)
AFTERNOON SESSION [Classroom and Lab]
Session 4 (1300 -1400 h) – Classroom PowerPoint / Lecture
- Trajectories, Shooting Basics, Anatomy and Shot placement, Target acquisition, Field scenarios interpretations, Specialty shooting
Session 5 (1400 – 1530) – 30-yard Shooting Range / In Field Lecture
- Relative Precision Shooting
- Bench (vehicle platform), Prone, Seated, Seated within a vehicle, Kneeling with rigid front support (e.g., shooting sticks), Free hand – 3 Shot Groups
- Target acquisition at varying distances; projector muzzle velocity. Assess accuracy and discretion.
Session 6 (1530 – 1700) – Evaluations, Discussion, and Closing
- Live-fire Range Assessment to quantify skill, applied knowledge, and decision-making
Dr. Anthony DeNicola
Dr. DeNicola received a M.S. from Yale school of Forestry and his Ph.D. from Purdue University in wildlife ecology. His dissertation was entitled “Control of reproduction in overabundant white-tailed deer populations.” In addition to being recognized as a Certified Wildlife Biologist by the Wildlife Society, he holds research affiliate positions with the University of Georgia and the Denver Zoological Society. Dr. DeNicola has worked on hundreds of field projects, produced 30+ publications in reputable scientific journals, and has presented at numerous professional conferences.
Kyle Rozell, DVM
Dr. Rozell is a 2008 graduate of veterinary medicine from Oklahoma State University who is from Tahlequah, OK. Dr Rozell has been in and around the beef industry his entire life. His interest are in the cow/calf reproductive and herd health efficiency and improving the stocker industry. His current territory is from Joplin MO, to Conway AR, Wichita Falls TX to Paris TX and all points in between. He is licensed in OK, TX, MO, KS and AR.