European Conference on Veterinary and Medical Education

„New frontiers in veterinary and medical education”

The use of the use of artificial intelligence, digital technologies, and virtual/augmented reality in veterinary and medical education

Preliminary program*

Location: All lectures are held in the main hall at the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest (map).

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April 21 (Thursday)

09:30-10:00Registration“walk in – wake up” coffee
10:00-10:15WelcomeTibor Bartha
10:15-11:00Lecture 1.Andrew Maccabe: The Future of Veterinary Medical Education
11:00-11:30Lecture 2.Pierre Lekeux: Digital tools and artificial intelligence in veterinary training and practice
11:30-11:45Short 1.Balka, Gyula: 3DHistech slide scanner Modern way of teaching histopathology
11:45-12:00Short 2.Dénes, Lilla: Swinostics: diagnostic tool in practice
12:00-12:15Short 3.Budaházy, Szabolcs (ARworks): Teaching in virtual reality with onsite demo
12:15-13:30Lunch (included) & Campus visit in groups
13:30-14:00Short 4. – 5.Kollár, János: Using Immersive Virtual Reality (VR) for Changing the Attitude of Medical Students in a Positive Way Regarding People Living Dementia
MC World –A Board Game for Teaching Medical Communication
  3D anatomy
14:00-14:30Lecture 3.Taimur Alavi: The use of digital reconstruction and educational technologies to improve access to and the quality of supplemental anatomical teaching materials
14:30-15:00Lecture 4.Czeibert, Kálmán: The role of 3D modelling in veterinary teaching
15:00-15:45Coffee break
Cake contest in the Students’ center
(Walk to the Anatomy lecture hall for 3D projector demo)
15:45-16:15Short 6.Reinitz, László Zoltán: Introduction to the 3D projector and its possibilities in teaching anatomy
16:15-16:45Campus visit in groups
18:00-20:00In VIN veritas
Poster Party
Moderator: Tibor Bartha
with wine tasting

April 22 (Friday)

09:30-10:00“walk in – wake up” coffee
10:00-10:30Lecture 5.Renate Weller (online lecture): Using low cost digital solutions in veterinary education
10:30-11:00Lecture 6.Sarah Baillie (online lecture): Blending Innovation, Pedagogy and Evidence
11:00-11:30Lecture 7.Evelyn Steinberg (online lecture): Self-regulated learning in technology enhanced medical education
11:30-12:00Short 7.Lucy Murray (online lecture): ADInstruments, Modern online education systems
12:00-13:30Lunch (included)
13:30-13:50Short 8.Alex Seguino, Giuliano Bettini, Alessandra De Cesare: UNA Europa project “The Virtual Slaughterhouse Simulator”: demo and students’ feedback.
13:50-14:10Short 9.Nagy, András: ERASMUS+ KA2 projects for improving the quality of English Language Medical Programs in Central Europe
14:10-14:30Short 10.Cecile Yvon (Vet AI): Telemedicine and AI for improved welfare: the future of veterinary care
14:30-14:50Short 11.Gerics, Balázs: Blended learning – more than a combination of in-person and online learning
19:00-22:00Gala Dinner

April 23 (Saturday)

09:30-10:00“walk in – wake up” coffee
10:00-12:00VINEurope Morning
Balogh, Márton: A portal to digital learning – a tour of the VIN Student Center
Stijn Niessen: The future medical clinician: working with AI-driven disease prediction
Yaiza Forcada: Virtual Veterinary Internship
12:00-12:15Short 12.Farkas Bertalan Péter: The harmonization of unexpectedly changing times, technologies and man
12:15-12:50Round table“Future of Medicine – Future of Medical Education“
12:50-13:00ClosingTibor Bartha, Míra Mándoki
End of conference

*The information above is subject to change. Please find the finalized program at conference registration