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👩‍🏫 e-class | Dr. Harada's oncology e-class 1


━━━ the purpose ━━━ ・Learn the “type” of tumor diagnosis ・Acquiring basic knowledge about tumor diseases and how to think and speak ━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━ The chance of encountering a tumor increases every year “Basic knowledge” is essential when diagnosing a tumor. ━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━ The chances of encountering animals with tumors are increasing every year. Regardless of what the owner chooses, whether to treat the animal directly or refer the animal, it is important to acquire the minimum knowledge necessary to diagnose a tumor. Although it is not a technique that will be immediately useful in tomorrow's clinical practice, it is important to understand the overall meaning and how to talk to the owner. When it comes to oncology treatment, for example, even if you have gained experience or researched it in books, it is difficult to study the ``overview'' part. In Oncology, you can listen to a general lecture starting with ``What is a tumor?'' This is a truly basic 12-session eClass that takes general topics that you wouldn't learn at university and breaks them down to a level that even pet owners can understand. ━━━━━━━━━━━ The most important thing is "Patients and families" ━━━━━━━━━━━ The most important thing is what and for whom. We put the patient and family first, and in order to explain to the owner, we will explain things to the owner, including the mindset of ``this can be used in these situations'' and ``this is what the owner is asking for, so we will respond in this way.'' This is something that veterinarians, as well as pet animal nurses, would like to hear. ━━━━━━━━━━━ Message from the instructor ━━━━━━━━━━━ ``I've been taking basic courses up until now, but even though I thought they were basic, I was often asked about even more basic things, so I thought it might have been an ``introductory course to clinical practice.'' I thought it would be a good idea to go back to the basics, so I created a course on general oncology, which is something you don't often learn at university." ━━━━━━ Lecturer introduction ━━━━━━ ◎Mr. Kei Harada Director of the Second Oncology Department, Japan Small Animal Medical Center, Public Interest Incorporated Foundation ━━━━━━━━━ Recommended for these people ━━━━━━━━━ ・Veterinarian working at a veterinary hospital specializing in oncology ・Those who want to systematically deepen their knowledge and use it for medical treatment



👩‍🏫 eクラス|腫瘍学eClass Ⅰ, ¥98,000



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