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OneAcademy Training Summary for UNAVETS in December 2023 and January 2024

UNAVETS continues to commit to excellence in continuing education for veterinarians and veterinary technicians through the OneAcademy educational platform. Here is a look at the featured trainings of the months:

ACV's Clinical Training Day (December 2-3 - IMVA, Amurrio, Álava)

From the IMVA headquarters in Amurrio, Álava, Erika Cornejo, HCV Coordinator of the UAB, taught essential knowledge about feline blood pressure, types of diets, nutritional assessment, nutritional management of the hospitalized patient, types of fluids, creation of fluid therapy plans, transfusions, and complications. Her certification by the Academy of Veterinary Emergency & Critical Care Technicians and Nurses (AVECCTN) ensures expert guidance in emergencies and intensive care.

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Surgery and Radiology in Felines: Dental Extractions (December 15 - Veterios Referral Hospital, Madrid)

Dr. Javier Collados, with extensive experience and accredited by the American Veterinary Dental Society (AVDS), led this practical workshop at the Veterios Referral Hospital in Madrid. Participants explored dental anatomy, radiographic techniques, and performed dental extractions in cats, consolidating their skills under the guidance of an expert.

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 ACV's Clinical Training Day (December 16 - Veterios Hospital, Madrid)

Paloma del Rosal, a Veterinary Clinical Assistant with international experience, led this day at the Veterios Hospital in Madrid. With her training in the operating room and her outstanding role in the area, she offered valuable knowledge for veterinary clinical assistants, reinforcing the importance of practical training.

Anaesthesia workshop at Hospital Veterinario San Bernardo, Moncofar, Castellón, Spain.

Taught by José Ignacio Redondo García, Professor of Anaesthesiology and Head of the Anaesthesia Department of the Hospital Clínico Veterinario of the CEU Cardenal Herrera University. He is a member of several associations and working groups related to veterinary anaesthesia at national and international level, demonstrating a high level of expertise. The training was a great success.

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Conference on Locoregional Anaesthesia at the Instituto Médico Veterinario de Álava (IMVA), Amurrio, Álava.

Led by Miguel Ángel Cabezas, Resident of the European College of Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia (ECVAA). The participation of Miguel Ángel Cabezas, with his experience and dedication in the field of veterinary anaesthesiology, provided specialised knowledge that contributed to the professional enrichment of the attendees.

These trainings highlighted the participation of outstanding professionals and addressed crucial topics in the veterinary field, maintaining UNAVETS' commitment to quality and continuing education.

Here are some reviews from our attendees:

  • "I am grateful to have had the opportunity to attend this course. I'm looking forward to the next one!"
  • "The treatment I received was excellent, and the practice was essential for my professional development."

About OneAcademy

OneAcademy is the training platform of the UNAVETS Group that offers practical courses, in-person conferences, online courses, working groups by specialty, internships, and more specialized certifications such as postgraduate programs, for veterinarians and veterinary technicians.

This training platform reflects UNAVETS' commitment to providing high-quality continuing education and growth opportunities to professionals in the veterinary sector.

UNAVETS has offered more than 125+ training days for veterinarians on ultrasound, radiology and echocardiography, CT scan, neurology, internal medicine, anesthesia, dentistry, surgery, and communication. Approximately 2,000 veterinarians and nurses have attended these events at the 10 training centers located throughout the Iberian Peninsula.

José Ramón Escribano, Senior Advisor of the UNAVETS Group, comments that "Training is important not only for the group and for the sector, but also for the individual development of people. That is why, from UNAVETS, we provide all the necessary resources so that the growth of all staff, assistants, veterinarians, receptionists, administrators, etc. is a reality both scientifically and humanly. Comprehensive training of people is the lever for growth and development, and we are working on it."

 

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