Korean Public Quarantine Veterinarian Association (KPQVA) and 3D MediVision will collaborate to create a curriculum to educate public quarantine veterinarians.
Young-kwang Cho, chairman of the Korean Public Quarantine Veterinarian Association, and Kijin Kim, CEO of 3D MediVision, signed an MOU at 3D MediVision’s office on May 26, 2022.
Veterflix, an education platform for veterinarians, serviced by 3D MediVision, is attracting attention by combining self-developed 3D video technology with various lectures and courses.
Through this agreement, Veterflix will provide members of the KPQVA coupons to purchase their courses at a discounted price. In addition, it plans to prepare courses and events speicifically designed for members of the KPQVA.
As an affiliated association, KPQVA will also introduce and actively promote Veterflix’s services to its members.
“With this agreement, we will increase the capabilities of public quarantine veterinarians and approach the development of veterinary medicine in an enterprising manner,” said San Song, director of external cooperation at KPQVA, who was in charge of managing KPQVA’s side of the agreement.
David Yoo, team manager at Veterflix, said, “It will now be easier to provide quality education to public quarantine officers during their service. We will return with better programs in the future.”
Source : https://www.dailyvet.co.kr/news/association/166844(KR)