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Why Join Our Summer School

To learn about responsibilities of veterinary professionals in small-scale farms, extensive production systems and industrialized agriculture.

Latest Announcements

VetNEST Summer School 2021 (ONLINE EVENT)

Dear Colleagues,
 
Great news!!! 
We are happy to inform you that the VetNEST Summer School is scheduled to be held on 28 – 30 September 2021.
Because we want to continue the contribution to the teaching on animal welfare, veterinary ethics and law, and having in mind the safety of participants during the pandemic with Covid-19, the Summer School is coming back this year as an ONLINE EVENT.

Hopefully, we would be able to return to our normal and regular practice of organizing the summer school in person from next year.

 

Stay safe and follow us on our here on our Website and Facebook profile (https://www.facebook.com/vetnest.summerschool) and lookout for further information.

Best regards,
The VetNEST Team

Who is it for?

The aim of this summer school is to contribute to the teaching on animal welfare, veterinary ethics and law with a focus on small-scale farms and traditional (extensive) production systems that are of particular importance in the Balkan states and Eastern Europe. As an interdisciplinary scheme, the summer shool aims to contribute to the VetNEST members’ curricula as an elective course and allow veterinary students to gain knowledge on the topic within a total of 15 hours on line lecturing / questions answer sections + 10 hours preparatory work for each student (1 ECTS credits).

our teaching team

Herwig Grimm

Prof. dr.
Herwig Grimm

Veterinary Ethics/Communication

Herwig Grimm studied philosophy at the Universities of Salzburg, Zurich and Munich, main emphasis on ethics and applied ethics. In 2004 he earned his Master’s degree in Salzburg with a thesis on “Moral Standing of Animals? – Approaching the subject with discourse ethics”. From 2004 to 2011 he was a scientific assistant at the interdisciplinary Institute for Technology, Theology and Natural sciences in Munich. He took his doctoral degree at the Munich School of Philosophy…

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Prof. dr.
Vlatko Ilieski

Animal Welfare/Law

Prof. Dr. Vlatko Ilieski graduated from the Veterinary Faculty in Zagreb, Croatia, received his PhD at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine specialist at the European college for Animal welfare, Ethics and Law. As university professor he is lecturer for undergraduate and postgraduate studies with big international experiences. He has international teaching experiences as visiting professor at University of Ljubljana, Zagreb teaching animal welfare…

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Prof. dr.
Kresimir Severin

Veterinary Law

Associate Professor Krešimir Severin, DVM, PhD (Zagreb, 1976), after taking his degree at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Zagreb, worked from 2003 as a research fellow at the Department for Game Biology, Pathology and Breeding. From 2009 – 2011 he was employed at the Department of Forensic and State Veterinary Medicine as a teaching assistant, and from 2011-2013 as assistant professor…

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Dr.
Christian Dürnberger

Veterinary Ethics, Philosophy of Man-Nature-Relationship

Christian Dürnberger studied philosophy and communication sciences at the University of Vienna. His diploma thesis was an interpretation of the concept “axis time” from the perspective of a philosophy of communication.After the completion of his studies, he moved to Munich, where he dealt with question of applied ethics concerning agriculture and the relationship of man and nature at different institutions.He graduated at the Munich School of Philosophy (Hochschule für Philosophie München)…

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Svenja Springer

Veterinary Ethics

Svenja Springer graduated in Veterinary Medicine from the Vetmeduni Vienna in 2014, focusing on laboratory animal science. During her studies, she gained experience in veterinary medical ethics and has been a scholar and doctoral candidate at the Unit of Ethics and Human-Animal Studies at the Messerli Research Institute in Vienna since September 2014. She became acquainted with this interdisciplinary field when working on her diploma thesis, investigating questions concerning veterinarians as well as the ethical perspective of issues regarding euthanasia in small animal practice.

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Asst. prof.
Miroslav Kjosevski

Animal Welfare/Law

He started his PhD studies at the Faculty for veterinary medicine, Skopje – Animal Welfare and Animal Hygiene. He wrote many papers on animal welfare and is participating in many projects (finished and ongoing). He is now Deputy Head of the Center for Animal Welfare at the Faculty for Veterinary Medicine
 Head of Reception desk and Laboratory Information System at the Veterinary Institute
  Center for Animal Welfare at the Faculty for Veterinary Medicine…

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Prof. Ing.
Eva Voslarova

Animal Protection and Welfare
Animal Welfare Assessment

Prof. Ing. Eva Voslarova, Ph.D. graduated from the Mendel University Brno (Ing.) in 2001. She achieved Ph.D. degree in Veterinary Public Health and Animal Protection (2004), habilitation (Doc.) in Animal Protection and Welfare (2008) and full professorship (Prof.) in Animal Protection and Welfare (2019) at the University of Veterinary Sciences Brno. As university professor and the Head of Animal Protection and Welfare Unit at the University of Veterinary Sciences Brno, she is responsible for…

Szilvia Vetter

Dr.
Szilvia Vetter

Animal Welfare
Animal abuse and legal aspects: Criminal and criminological aspects of animal welfare.

Szilvia Vetter is the head of the Center for Animal Welfare of the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest as a research fellow, developer and lecturer of a new mandatory multidisciplinary course for veterinary students in their fourth year called “Comparative Animal Protection”. She is a voting member of the National Animal Protection Council representing the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest…

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Assoc. prof.
Mira Mandoki

Animal Welfare
Animal abuse and legal aspects: Pathological aspects of animal abuse

Mira Mandoki is an associate professor and head of the Department of Pathology at the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest, Hungary, but she is also involved in educational research at the university. Few years ago she formed an e-learning research group at the University. On her initiation teacher training courses are also introduced. She organized the trainings on important issues, such as presentation techniques, assessment and feedback, gamification in teaching, non-violent and intercultural communication…

Practice makes perfect

We know about your hectic schedule. We also know the only way you truly understand a subject is by practicing it in a real environment. This is why we’ve set a playground area that’s full of hours of exercises, questions and challenges. It even has a gaming section. 

Striving for improvement

The Summer school includes class and practical work, group activities and farm visit with a focus on animal welfare, ethics, law and communication skills.

Learn from the very best

Join our summer school and start building the veterinary career. We make sure every class is easily understood, and that all students reach the same level of expertise needed for today’s veterinary medicine.

Events Hours

Monday - Wednesday - Friday: 9:00-17:30 Hrs *
Tuesday - Thursday: 9:00-18:30 Hrs *
Saturday - 9:00-13:30 *
* exact event hours after the release of the program schedule

Location

St. “Lazar Pop-Trajkov” 5-7
Skopje, R. of North Macedonia
Phone: +389 2 3240 700

Information

Any questions concerning the VetNEST Summer School? Please feel free to contact us.
E-mail: viktor@fvm.ukim.edu.mk, international@vetmeduni.ac.at