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👩‍🏫 e-class|Dr. Tsujita's ophthalmology e-class 1-VN-


━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━ Veterinary Ophthalmology for Veterinary Nurses ━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━ What are the differences in the involvement and roles of veterinary nurses in veterinary ophthalmology treatment in Japan and the United States? In my personal opinion, what the performer feels is the quality of interviews with owners, the quality of restraints performed on animals, and the methods of educating junior staff. As a veterinary nurse, I feel pride and fulfillment in being involved in veterinary care. The goal of this curriculum is for veterinary nurses to hone their ``mental, technical, and physical'' skills through veterinary ophthalmology treatment, and to have them produce ``results'' in their daily medical care. In other words, it is not just about acquiring the "skills" necessary for ophthalmology treatment, but through that knowledge and skills, veterinary nurses can gain a new sense of fulfillment in their work, and they can build stronger relationships of trust with veterinarians and owners, who are partners in the work surrounding animals. This curriculum will help you develop the mind, technique, and body, and training to put skills into action + training at an ophthalmology clinic, where body = action, will be included as an option. Our goal is to bring results to the animals involved with the veterinary nurses who attend our lectures. ━━━ the purpose ━━━ ・Pet animal nurses gain a new sense of fulfillment by assisting in ophthalmology ・Build a relationship of trust with veterinarians and owners ・Obtain skills and knowledge of ophthalmology treatment ・Practice at a specialized ophthalmology facility and aim to establish skills through output. ━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━ Learn about the skills and support of ophthalmology medical assistants Learn “Mind, Technique, and Body” and gain confidence ━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━ Lectures for pet animal nurses in the field of ophthalmology will be held in three parts. You can also choose to do practical training (180 minutes) at an ophthalmology clinic. Eye diseases are visible to the owner and are often noticed by the owner. The causes are various, including neurological, endocrine, and metabolic. Nurses play an important role, as there are aspects unique to ophthalmology, such as how to take questions in the waiting room, how to give explanations, and how to use eye drops and retention methods. It is important to have the knowledge to extract ideas from the main complaint and to develop the ability to think. If you are a nurse with basic knowledge, you will be able to interact with patients with confidence, and this is a field that can be even more rewarding. At the clinic where you will be practicing, you will be asked how a pet nurse specializing in ophthalmology will actually take questions. What kind of method can be used to maintain retention with less burden, how to administer eye drops for angry children, actual examination methods, etc. You can learn various skills by yourself. After the practical training, there will be discussion time and interaction with other nurses, so You will receive good stimulation and it will help you improve your skills. ━━━━━━ Lecturer introduction ━━━━━━ ◎Mr. Hiroki Tsujita Animal Eye Clinic/Director Society of Comparative Ophthalmology Veterinary Ophthalmology Specialist American Veterinary Ophthalmologist ━━━━━━━━━ Recommended for these people ━━━━━━━━━ ・An animal nurse who works at a veterinary hospital specializing in ophthalmology ・Those who want to systematically deepen their knowledge and use it for medical treatment



👩‍🏫 eクラス|眼科学eClass Ⅰ[VN], ¥49,800



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