24th Graz Conference on Medical Education – cancelled

Dear colleagues and friends, unfortunately, due to the circumstances, the Graz Conference has been cancelled. We hope to be able to organize it on a later date, we will keep you posted. Graz conference, which was started in 1995, is a unique conference about trends and needs in higher medical education. Although it was originally […]

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Two weeks of teacher training activities

Beginning of February 2020 was quite eventful for SOFTVETS project team, as well as our teachers from implementation partners, which are University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest, University of Ljubljana – Veterinary Faculty and Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Zagreb. It was the time when at least four participants from each institution took part in teacher training […]

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4th meeting of the team in Budapest

As the year 2019 was approaching its end, the SOFTVETS project team met in Budapest for our 4th meeting. The get together started with a culinary team building, with members from Slovenia, Croatia and Budapest cooking a traditional Hungarian meal, from a hearty soup all the way to a strudel dessert. During the next two […]

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Teachers in Budapest work on SOFTVETS

As part of the regular teacher training series, on the 14th of November 2019 a pre-training session was held at the University of Veterinary Medicine, Budapest. The aim of the training was to introduce the teachers to SoftVets project and to discuss the prepared competence lists in communication, digital skills and entrepreneurship. Vice rector Tibor […]

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SOFTVETS student challenge

Hey you! you probably have a veterinarian that you find quite cool, follow them on social media or know them in real life. They stand out in their surroundings by doing things differently, having a fresh approach or have come up with solutions for a veterinary related issue. You feel they’re a great example of […]

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Results of the 2nd European Veterinary Survey 2018 are in!

The majority of European veterinarians in the future will be female. While in 2018 58% of veterinarians of all ages were female, 82% of those under 30 years of age are female. This is one of the findings of the second VetSurvey about the veterinary profession in Europe that has been conducted by the European […]

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Dissemination event in Zagreb

It is our great pleasure to invite you to join us in the activites of the SOFTVETS project that’s going to take place in the week of 9th – 12th October, as part of the 8th International Congress Veterinary Science and Profession.

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SOFTVETS at VETEd 2019

From 3rd to 5th July 2019, the Royal Veterinary College hosted the International Symposium of the Veterinary Schools Council, a friendly, informative and interactive conference known as ‘VetEd’. Over 212 delegates attended from more than 21 countries, which demonstrates a significant growth since the first conference where a select group of 62 from 10 countries participated. […]

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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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