Position paper: Embracing digital technology in veterinary practice

The Member organizations of the European Coordinating Committee on Veterinary Training (ECCVT) representing academia, veterinarians and veterinary specialists organized a joint seminar in Brussels to explore potentials provided by the use of available digitals tools. The event was held in Brussels and brought together around 50 participants from around Europe and beyond, academics, training providers, […]

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Presentation day at University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest

University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest organises a workshop for the introduction of presentation skills in which students could apply with an innovative approach to existing research or topic, or with an innovative idea of his own. Mentors and professionals assisted the applicants in preparing for the presentation: the applicants could learn a few tips and […]

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SOFTVETS project presented at 32nd EAEVE GA in Zagreb

Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Zagreb was a proud host of the 32nd Annual General Assembly of the European Association of Establishments for Veterinary Education – EAEVE, held on May 30th and 31st 2019. During the two days, more than 200 Deans, Vice Deans, Rectors and Vice Rectors of veterinary school from the whole […]

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2nd Transnational meeting held in Vienna in March

2nd transnational meeting of the “Pan-European soft skills curriculum for undergraduate veterinary education – SOFTVETS” project team was held in Vienna, at the University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna, VETMEDUNI on the last weekend in March. Purpose of this meeting was to finalize work on intellectual output No. 1: „Recommendations of soft skills competences for veterinary […]

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A week of online experts’ meetings

In the period of 13th – 18th of February, a series of online experts’ meeting withing SOFTVETS project were held. At monthly project coordinators’ meeting (held January 25th 2019) it was decided that separate meetings with respective experts were needed in order to comment the suggested draft of the IO1 – Recommendations of soft skills […]

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FVE survey of veterinary profession

The Federation of Veterinarians of Europe (FVE) is currently running VetSurvey2018, its second Europe-wide survey of the veterinary profession and is calling veterinary surgeons to respond with their views. The purpose of the FVE survey is to provide information about a number of different aspects of the veterinary profession, for example, in terms of demographics, […]

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Kick off meeting held in Zagreb, Dec 3rd & 4th 2018

On 3rd and 4th of December Faculty of Veterinary Medicine in Zagreb hosted the kick-off meeting of the project “Pan-European soft skills curriculum for undergraduate veterinary education – SOFTVETS”. The purpose of the project is to create an ideal framework for the introduction of the “Soft skills” subjects (interpersonal skills, entrepreneurship, digital skills) in veterinary […]

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SOFTVETS project presented at annual VETNEST G.A.

During the annual VetNEST general assembly held at Ohrid lake in Macedonia (September 20 – 22nd 2018), project leader dr. Lada Radin gave an overview of the project to members of VetNEST General Assembly (deans and rectors of University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine in Wrocław, University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest, University […]

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Idea behind the project

Start: 01-10-2018 – End: 30-09-2020 Project Reference: 2018-1-HR01-KA203-047494 Programme: Erasmus+ Key Action: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices Action Type: Strategic Partnerships for higher education Our teams’ idea is to create a framework, and produce an ideal version of the soft skills curriculum that would be applicable in veterinary higher education throughout Europe. As it […]

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„Soft skills” curriculum for implementation in veterinary higher education

Intellectual output No 2 By the end of the project we shall have developed new soft skills curriculum for use in veterinary higher education. The Curriculum includes list of modules, learning outcomes for each modules, recommended teaching methods and evaluation procedures. The curriculum  will explicitly address life skills besides professional skills and will foster partnerships […]

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