presents an online event:
„Teaching life skills in medical education”
30-minute lectures each followed by 10 minutes Q&A session
Dear colleagues, students and friends,
we are happy to invite you to the first online conference on the topic of teaching life skills in veterinary education. We would be more than happy to see you live, in person, but let’s hope we will be able to do it next year. We are proud to present an exquisite crowd of esteemed speakers that will introduce us, veterinary students, teachers and professionals into a hot topic of life skills in veterinary profession.
The need of veterinary professionals for more skills to cope with the challenges of the modern veterinary profession is clear, both in life and in literature. The goal of both the SOFTVETS project and this online conference was to gather 7 esteemed veterinary experts talking about “life essentials”, beyond mere professional excellence.
We hope you’ll enjoy the short talks they have prepared, hoping we will be able to discuss them more extensively in a longer, more in depth conference soon.
These are the topics & lecturers of our online event:
Prof. Sarah Baillie, BSc (Bristol), BVSc (Bristol), RCVS Cert & dr. Phillip Duffus, Emeritus Professor: Rapid expansion of Clinical Skills labs in veterinary Establishments
Renate Weller, DVM, PhD, MScVetEd, FHEA, NTF, DipACVSMR, MRCVS & Prof. Stephen May, MA VetMB PhD DVR DEO FRCVS DipECVS FHEA: Students as creators – Engaging students in their own learning through student-led educational projects
Assist. Prof. Nicole Mastenbroek, Utrecht University: What research tells us about positive and negative mental well-being
Prof. Vlatko Ilieski, Msc DVM, PhD, DipECAWBM, University of Skopje: Ethical matrix framework and norms of veterinary profession
Prof. Dr. Med. Harm Peters, Charité Berlin: Entrepreneurship Education in Medicine
Mag. Dr. Birgit Hladschik-Kermer, MME: What and How to teach communication skills in veterinary medicine
Natalia Strokowska, DVM, MRCVS Vetnolimits: Online communication in vets – why and how could we make it better?
The conference will take place on April 8th 2021, from 9AM – 3 PM via Zoom link: https://uni-lj-si.zoom.us/j/92159653328
Meeting ID: 921 5965 3328
For registration please visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/teaching-life-skills-in-medical-education-tickets-145258055755
Thursday, 8th April 2021
Tibor Bartha, Míra Mándoki, Karl Kremser
Short introduction on SOFTVETS project by Lada Radin
Technical issues (Joze Rugelj)
|09:30-10:10||Lecture 1.|| |
Sarah Baillie & Philip Duffus:
Rapid expansion of Clinical Skills labs in veterinary Establishments
|10:10-10:50||Lecture 2.|| |
Renate Weller & Stephen May:
Students as creators – Engaging students in their own learning through student-led educational projects
|11:00-11:40||Lecture 3.|| |
What research tells us about positive and negative mental well-being
|11:40-12:20||Lecture 4.|| |
Ethical matrix framework and norms of veterinary profession
|12:50-13:30||Lecture 5.|| |
Entrepreneurship Education in Medicine
|13:30-14:10||Lecture 6.|| |
What and How to teach communication skills in veterinary medicine
|14:10-14:50||Lecture 7.|| |
Online communication in vets – why and how could we make it better?
|14:50-15:00||Closing remarks & free discussion|| |
Tibor Bartha, University of Veterinary Medicine, Budapest
Jörg-Ingolf Stein, University of Innsbruck