I first noticed the David Neck posts and thought isn't that the WA vet that spoke at the IFCA symposiums and then saw the Canadian/US vets name and thought that was familiar and they were the IFCA symposiums.
I was at this symposium and it was great. These vids are just highlights really, most sessions were at least 1/2 an hour or an hour, think there were some that were maybe even longer than that. After the 2008 symposium I got the DVD set (but have never actually watched it to see how editted it is, whether it is like these snippets or whether it contains more). Actually I got 3 of the DVD sets, 1 for me, 1 which I gave to my vet and 1 which I intended to give to the emergency vets but I still haven't done that yet. I am still waiting on the 2009 symposium vids to appear. Unfortunately IFCA seems to have fallen by the wayside and nothing has happened since the 2009 symposium which was also great. One thing at the 2009 symposium was that Bob Church had preliminary results for his study, which he was collecting data for in 2008.
Enjoy the vids the talkers were all very informative.