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DAY 1 (Tuesday 1 November)
DAY 2 (Wednesday 2 November)
Day 3 (Thursday 3 November)



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Day 1: Theme: Clinical skills training  | 1 NOVEMBER 2022
08h30 – 09h15:
Keynote: Innovation in clinical skills training
English
Annett Annandale
Murdoch University, Australia

09h45 – 11h15:
Workshop session 1
 
Limit space to 25 per workshop
To maintain or not to maintain?
English

Liezl Kok
Anatomoulds, South Africa

Clinical communications workshop 
English
Kate May
University of Pretoria, South Africa

Using a checklist to implement and run a communication skills simulation class in Africa
French
Francois-Xavier Laleye
Ecole Inter-Etats des Sciences et MédecineVétérinaires (EISMV), Senegal

Association Twinning track: Developing a clinical training programme as part of the harmonised veterinary curriculum for Africa
English
Dietmar Holm
University of Pretoria, South Africa

Developing and assessing professional (non-technical) and employability skills
English
Martin Cake
Murdoch University, Australia

11h30 – 13h00:
Workshop session 2

Limit space to 25 per workshop
Association Twinning track: Establishment and Development of Continental Quality Assurance in Veterinary Education, Assessment, Training and Research
English
Mohamed Ghanem
Benha University, Egypt

A One Health Education Workshop: Teaching Design
French
Arouna Njayou NgapagnaNjayouNgapagna
Universite des Montagnes, Cameroon

Designing and publishing effective educational research in a resource-limited setting
English
Regina Schoenfeld
Journal of Veterinary Medical Education (JVME), United States of America

14h00 – 15h15
Short presentation session 1 

 
Devinekoi® an innovative simulation-based game to increase students clinical abilities
French
Francois-Xavier Laleye
Ecole Inter-Etats des Sciences et MédecineVétérinaires (EISMV), Senegal

 
Community-based learning to improve student clinical skills and confidence: A case study of the Veterinary Student Community Outreach (VETSCO).
English
Daniel Qekwana
University of Pretoria, South Africa
 
Action Learning (AL) in the veterinary curriculum: a case study of the Onderstepoort Feedlot Challenge and the UNAM Feedlot Challenge
English
Andreas Hentzen
University of Pretoria, South Africa
 
Introducing a Point of Care Ultrasound (POCUS) Curriculum and integration on a One Health placement in Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Australia at the University of Melbourne (UoM)
English
Joanna Aitken
University of Melbourne, Australia

15h45 – 17h00
Short presentation session 2
 
Association between fine motor skill levels & acquisition of suturing skills in pre-clinical veterinary students
English
Annett Annandale
Murdoch University, Australia

 
Let’s do it together –engaging students in the process of model development and building
English
Julia Dittes
Leipzig University, Germany

 
Keep it simple – teaching Veterinary Clinical Skills with everyday materials
English
Julia Dittes
Leipzig University, Germany

 
Mimi® the lambing model made in Africa
French
Francois-Xavier Laleye
Ecole Inter-Etats des Sciences et MédecineVétérinaires (EISMV), Senegal

 
Using flipped classrooms to make the most of clinical skills practicals by improving student preparation
English
Luisa Mitchard
University of Bristol, United Kingdom

Day 2: Theme: Clinical skills assessment | 2 NOVEMBER 2022
 
14h00 – 15h00
Short presentation session 3
 
The contribution of a competency-based mentoring framework to postgraduate veterinary education in Kenya.
English
James Kithuka
Brooke East Africa, Kenya
 
Developing Programs for a Well-Trained African Aquatic Veterinary Workforce
English
Gillian Taylor 
University of Pretoria, South Africa
 
Student and Institutional Achievements during a WOAH Veterinary Education Twinning Project Collaboration between Sokoine University of Agriculture and Kansas State University
English
Wahabu Kimaru
Sokoine University of Agriculture, Tanzania
 
Experiences of University of Gondar-Ohio State University veterinary education twinning for the enhancement of veterinary education in Ethiopia
English
Tsegaw Fentie
University of Gondar, Ethiopia
15h45 – 16h45
Short presentation session 4

 
VetBox: A platform used to manage, record and assess veterinary clinical training at the University of Pretoria
English
Shaun van der Hurk
University of Pretoria, South Africa
 
Newly qualified veterinarian’s opinion impacting core competency and skills training in Veterinary Core Practice
English
Sanet Haupt
University of Pretoria, South Africa

 
Identifying the most important clinical skills to include in DVM training in Bangladesh by surveying veterinarians and students
English
Sarah Baillie
University of Bristol, United Kingdom

Day 3: Theme: One Health education |3 NOVEMBER 2022

08h30 – 09h15
Keynote: Establishment of a Veterinary academic hospital in Namibia
Anna Marais
University of Namibia, Namibia

09h45 – 11h15:
Short presentations session 5

An Online Platform for Day 1 Competencies
English
Hilari French
Ross University, St. Kitts
 
 
A transdisciplinary approach to One Health in undergraduate curricula.
English
Melvyn Quan
University of Pretoria, South Africa
 
Integrating One Health core competencies at the universities in Cameroon.
French
Arouna Njayou Ngapagna
Universite des Montagnes, Cameroon
 
Process of implementing community-based surveillance of zoonotic diseases in animal health according to the “one health” approach in Cameroon
French
Jean-Marc Feussom Kameni
Direction des Services Vétérinaires, Cameroon

 
One Health education in Sudan: Problems and solutions
English
Adil Salman
One Health centre, Sudan
 
Perception and Knowledge of Veterinary and Medical Students in Ghana on Zoonoses.
English
Benjamin Emikpe
Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana

11h30 – 12h45
Workshop session 3: Twinning and collaboration

Establishment of a twinning project between AAVMC and 2A2E-V for the advancement of veterinary education in Africa and the United States of America
English
Jennifer Hammond and Dietmar Holm
CIVME and 2A2E-V
 
Contribution of EISMV activities to the development of the livestock and fisheries sectors in the member states and prospects: the case of Senegal from 1968 to 2021
French
Kabkia Dieudoné KabkiaDieudoné
Ecole Inter-Etats des Sciences et MédecineVétérinaires (EISMV), Senegal