A basic course in veterinary radiology with Professor Jaehwan Kim of Konkuk University will be opened.
Veterflix, run by 3D Medivision (CEO Ki-Jin Kim), a medical edutech company, opened a veterinary radiology basic regular training course for beginner veterinarians.
For the most clinically common disease in an anatomically important position, most cases visiting a local veterinary hospital will be dealt with.
In particular, it is characterized by lectures for each disease and organ so that it can be used immediately in practice.
In the heart and abdominal ultrasound scan education, Professor Jaehwan Kim of Konkuk University College of Veterinary Medicine
We provide know-how by shooting ultrasound images.
Course recommended for veterinarians in the 1st to 3rd year of clinical trials
Veterflix said, “This course is recommended for veterinarians who understand the basics of imaging through clinical experience, but want to organize more systematically, veterinarians who want know-how that can be used immediately in practice, and veterinarians who want to learn the latest trends.” explained.
Textbooks are provided when taking regular education, and a certificate of completion is issued upon completion of all courses.
Only those who have completed the regular course of Veterinary Radiology All-Pass (1~12) are provided with the opportunity to participate in programs such as special lectures and ultrasound practice planned after the course.
The training is conducted online (webinar), and you can watch the rebroadcast immediately after the main broadcast ends.
Regular training students can take content updated on Betterflix after the webinar.
Only for students enrolled in June, a 30% discount is applied to all 12 courses. You cannot take a single course.
Meanwhile, Veterflix (www.veterflix.com) It is an online education platform that is attracting attention as a new educational method. Currently, veterinary surgery, dentistry, clinical anatomy, anesthesia seminar, ophthalmology, orthopedic and neurosurgery, etc. Various educational contents are provided, and for one month in June, A lumbar arthroplasty surgery package event (see details) is also in progress.
Medical image online platform, non-face-to-face experience of surgery and lectures,
"overcoming time and space constraints"
([ Medical Newspaper and Daily News / Reporter Oh In-gyu] 3D Medivision (CEO Kijin Kim) It announced on the 22nd that it had launched a ‘cataract surgery training course’ through Surgflix, an online surgery education platform.
This is the first content newly planned by Surgeflix, including ophthalmology medical students, nurses, and surgeons who have just started training.
It is being produced for the entire surgical team. Starting with the upload of ‘Training in Cataract Surgery’
Videos covering important topics in cataract surgery will be updated regularly.
The subject of the lecture is ▲ Cataract General ▲Mydriasis ▲CCI ▲ORGC ▲Keratomes ▲I&A ▲Viscoelastics
It consists of various lecture types such as ▲Hydrolysis ▲IOL, and shows learning goals, theories, and actual surgical images.
At the end, you can check your understanding of the lecture through the quiz.
In particular, the advantage of being able to view surgical images in 3D. Students can use 3D The effect of education is doubled as you can feel the vividness of the operation as if it were being performed directly in the operating room.
Surgflix, opened in 2017 by 3D Medivision, is an online education platform for medical imaging in the surgical field. Experience non-face-to-face on-site training for surgery and lectures.
CEO Kim Ki-jin said, “Despite the situation in which domestic and foreign medical conferences have been canceled one after another in the aftermath of COVID-19, By further strengthening the surgeflix service, We will be reborn as the world’s best provider of untact education solutions.”
Sources : Medical Newspaper
3D Medivision Co., Ltd. (CEO Kijin Kim), which has presented a new educational paradigm with veterinary surgery Live Surgery, The 2020 Veterinary Orthopedic and Neurosurgery Seminar has started through Veterflix (www.veterflix.com), an online veterinary education platform.
Veterflix announced on June 2 (Tuesday) that it had successfully held the first session of the ‘3D-viewed orthopedic and neurosurgery case seminar’. This seminar, conducted by Professor Kang Byung-jae (Small Animal Orthopedic and Neurosurgery) at Seoul National University’s Veterinary School, covers 12 types of orthopedic and neurosurgery surgeries commonly encountered at local veterinary hospitals.
In particular, it is an advantage to be able to see theoretical lectures and surgical demonstrations about frequent orthopedic surgeries such as medial patellar dislocation repair, anterior cruciate ligament insulation surgery such as TPLO and TWO, and surgical demonstrations vividly through 3D TV.
In the first seminar held on this day, a class on FHNO was held. After the theory class of Professor Kang Byung-jae, we all watched the surgery video using a 3D TV. Participants were able to check even the smallest affected areas through the surgical image performed by Professor Kang himself. After that, lectures and Q&A on postoperative treatment followed.
Veterflix said, “Due to the nature of orthopedic and neurosurgery, it is inevitable to use a large amount of cadavers for education. Recently, ethical and economic problems of animal practice are being mentioned a lot. It will be able to bring about a new paradigm in orthopedic and neurosurgery education.”
One participant said, “Professor Byeong-jae Kang’s theory class was of course good, but it was also possible to see the details of the affected area that are difficult to see through 3D TV. It was nice to be able to see it three-dimensionally and vividly. It seems to have helped a lot more.”
The second seminar will be held on June 16 (Tuesday) at 7 PM. The topic is medial patellar dislocation repair (MPLR). Currently, at Veterflix (www.veterflix.com), seminar integration course (1-12 sessions), Part 2 (7-12 sessions), You can apply for the 2nd single course.
In addition, a seminar on veterinary anesthesia (see details) and Konkuk University Veterinary College of Veterinary College of Veterinary Medicine Basic course (see details) with Professor Kim Joon-young of Ophthalmology It is being conducted online non-face-to-face.
Meanwhile, Betterflix explained that it has made efforts to ensure that students participate in education without worrying in accordance with the guidelines of the Ministry of Health and Welfare, such as installing thermal sensor cameras and fever checkers to prevent COVID-19.
Sources : DailyVet (https://www.dailyvet.co.kr/news/academy/132220)(KR)