Veterflix, recruiting abdominal ultrasound trainees on a first-come, first-served basis on February 18th
Wet-lab practice with a small group of 12 people, led by Professor Hakyoung Yoon of Chonbuk National University
Medical education technology specialized company 3D MediVision, led by CEO Kim Ki-jin, will conduct abdominal ultrasound practical training through its service, Vetrflix (veterflix.com), on February 18th (Sunday).
This abdominal ultrasound practical training will be led by Professor Yoon Hak-young of the College of Veterinary Medicine at Chonbuk National University, and a total of 12 participants will be recruited.
Prior to the practical training, a pre-theory lecture video-on-demand (VOD) with a total duration of 3 hours will be provided. On the day of the practical training, wet-lab sessions for liver/spleen/kidney/adrenal gland/ovary/uterus/bladder/prostate/ureter/pancreas/stomach/intestine/lymph nodes will be conducted. Participants can engage in extensive practical training throughout the day, having already listened to the theory lectures in advance.
Notably, ultrasound demonstration videos will be provided separately for 30 days after the practical training. This offers a great opportunity for independent review to enhance the completeness of learning.
The wet-lab will be conducted with beagle practice dogs approved by IACUC, and the ultrasound equipment will be provided by Jin Medical (Samsung Medison distributor).
Vetrflix’s ultrasound practical training has been conducted seven times until last year, with over 100 veterinarians and veterinary students participating. Participants expressed high satisfaction through reviews, citing factors such as the comfortable training environment, well-structured dense practical lecture content, adequate practical training time for concentrated learning, and attentive guidance from professors and instructors throughout the training.
Vetrflix’s offline practical training takes place at the Veterinary Clinical Training Education Center, VGTC (Vetrflix Global Training Center), in Songdo, Incheon.
As it is conducted in small groups, participants can receive immediate feedback from leading lecturers and instructors and experience practical training in an environment similar to real-life situations.
This particular cardiac ultrasound practical training is targeted towards early-career veterinarians and veterinary students. The training will be conducted in groups of three.
For more detailed information regarding practical training application, interested individuals can visit the Vetrflix website.