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Welcome to MyVetlearn.com

Above all, eLearning offers the advantage of flexibility regarding timing and location during further education. This means you save time and money, as you can dispense with the need for travel and accommodation costs, as well as possibly for a substitute at your practice, but without cutting corners in terms of quality. In addition, there are also no national borders in eLearning. All of the eLearning courses offered here have been created by renowned instructors, and have been certified by the Akademie für Tierärztliche Fortbildung (ATF, Academy for Veterinary Further Education, Germany).

We now wish to go international with our experience in German-speaking areas by also offering eLearning courses in many other languages such as English, Spanish, Russian. Please click on the respective national flag in order to open the corresponding range of available courses.

Courses

Radiography in Avian Medicine

Course period: 20.05.2014 - 31.12.2016
The series will continue with Radiography in Avian Medicine. Hematology presented in English. The course is designed both for beginners and advanced practitioners.
IMPORTANT: EAAV members will need to register and login via the closed area of the EAAV website www.eaavonline.org to benefit from reduced EAAV fees.

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Blood Gas Analysis for Zoo and Wildlife Medicine

Course period: Permanent Course
Speaker: Sathya K. Chinnadurai, Brookfield, IL (USA)
This is the second permanent course in this series deals with the blood gas analysis in zoo and wildlife medicine. With the widespread availability of point-of-care analyzers, blood gas analysis can easily be performed in zoo collections and in the field.

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Feeding herbivores in zoos

Course period: Permanent Course
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Marcus Clauss, Zürich (CH)
The course deals with the feeding of herbivores in zoos. It begins by outlining the difference between herbivores, carnivores and omnivores. In addition, a special chapter is devoted to the feeding of ruminants.

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Practical haematology in Birds

Course period: 15.04.2013 - 31.12.2016
The series will start with Practical Avian Hematology presented in English, Spanish and Russian. The course is designed both for beginners and advanced practitioners. It focusses on manual techniques to provide tools and information for the setup of an indoor haematology in veterinary practice.
IMPORTANT: EAAV members will need to register and login via the closed area of the EAAV website www.eaavonline.org to benefit from reduced EAAV fees.

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