AOVET Course - Advanced Techniques in Small Animal Fracture Management
The aim of this course is to enable the application of advanced concepts and techniques for the management of complex fractures in small animals. Assessment and treatment of complex diaphyseal, juxta-articular, articular, and pelvic fractures will be covered in detail.
This course is suitable for veterinary surgeons who have previously attended an AOVET Principles course, including Veterinary surgery residents towards the end of their training program Practicing veterinarians with experience in orthopaedics and traumatology.
Advanced Course Pre-requisite
Kindly note that the pre-requisite for attending this advanced-level course is to have attended the AOVET Principles course.
AOVET courses are curriculum-based events and it is of utmost importance to start with principles to understand and profit the most of the further educational steps like an advanced technique course as well as a special focus or master course.
We firmly believe that this principle of step by step education is much more beneficial for our course participants and therefore we reinforce this strictly.
Mark Glyde BVSc MVS (Chairperson)
Chiaming Chang MS,DVM (Local Course Co-Chairperson)
Jason Lih-Seng Yeh PhD (Local Course Co-Chairperson)