Advanced Veterinary Training in South East Asia
A continuing education short-course for junior faculty members and senior veterinary students organized by
Department of Animal Medicine, Production and Health,
University of Padova
The Goal of this course
The goal of this course is to provide South East Asian veterinarians with an online short course on some of the most relevant professionalizing topics in veterinary medicine. The course is intended as 6 days of 4 hours of lecturing each distributed over a 2-week period. Because of the difference in time zones lecturing will take place during early afternoon hours in Central Europe (corresponding to early evening in South East Asia). This course is meant to be an important prerequisite for the upcoming new Erasmus CBHE call for which the above consortium is planning to submit a project with the same scheme – helping the veterinary profession in South East Asia.
To whom this course is addressed
The course is addressed to senior veterinary students and junior faculty members of the Veterinary Schools of the Mekong Delta region of Ho Chi Minh and Hue (Vietnam), Phnom Penh and Kampong Cham (Cambodia) and Vientiane (Laos). Attendees from the above Veterinary Schools in South East Asia will greatly benefit from the updated information which will be delivered to them thank to a pool of high profile, young and motivated speakers mostly from UNIPD but coming also from other European universities, namely Pisa, Porto and Tartu.
The following is the course program. Lecturing time is Central European time except for Day 4, which is Estonian time. Lecturing time is calculated so that all lectures for Asian veterinary students and veterinarians will be between 17:00 and 21:30 local time in South East Asia
The maximum number of attendees is 500. Registration will be on a first come-first serve basis through the following link:
Registration is necessary to attend the course. The same link will be valid for all sessions on the 6 days of the course.
Each session will start at 12:00 European time (17:00 Asian time) except for the first day in which starting time will be 11:45 (Europe) or 16:45 (Asia).
A set of course proceedings (pdf files of all lectures) will be distributed to registered delegates at the end of the course