Seojeong University, and Veterflix, an agreement for the development of health care education at veterinary hospitals.
3D Medivision (CEO Kim Ki-jin, right of the photo), a medical edutech company that provides an education platform for veterinarians, signed an MOU with Seojeong University's Department of Companion Animals(Professor Cho Yoon-joo, left of the photo) on the 21st (Wed).
The agreement was prepared for cooperation in the development of private clinical convergence education programs.
According to the agreement, the two institutions will cooperate on necessary matters such as ▲industry-university-research joint research and development ▲convergence/complex education according to specialized (pet and clinical education) education ▲educational technical advice in the field of veterinary education ▲other R&D and human resource development and business connection will do
In particular, the two organizations plan to co-produce courses on "Basic Training for Health Work at Animal Hospitals."
The curriculum consists of ▲ human animal relationships and communication ▲ understanding of companion animals to improve animal welfare ▲ understanding of animal anatomy and physiological functions ▲ understanding and practice of animal medical assistance courses.
Meanwhile, Betterflix succeeded in commercializing the industry's first 3D imaging technology in the veterinary field, providing a variety of lecture contents and establishing itself as a professional veterinary education platform.
Recently, various benefits and events are being held to mark the second anniversary. In April alone, there will be a hot sale event and an anatomy package event every Thursday where you can purchase essential surgical lectures at a price of 50%.
In addition, a lecture on cardiology dealing with the theory, diagnosis, and internal management of heart diseases commonly found in small animal clinical trials, and a patella lecture on four visits and one-on-one individual guidance recommended by AOVET will soon be opened.
The patellar course is operated with a small group of 3 people per rider, so more intensive and effective training is possible. Trainees are recruited on a first-come, first-served basis.
More information about the event can be found on the Veterflix website.