PLRC, India organizes 3 days USG workshop for the Young Vets in Candolim, Goa
November 29: Paws learning and Research Council India recently organized Ultrasonography and echocardiography hands-on Workshop on 15th November 2021 for Young Veterinary doctors that continued for 3 days until 17th November 2021. The initiative was aimed to promote the usage of new techniques on the recent development in Veterinary science. The workshop was marked by the participation of young veterinary doctors from all across the globe. There was an air of enthusiasm and excitement amongst all.
The director of PLRC Dr. R T Sharma, and Dr. Ajay Sood, together with renowned speakers from the nation, had graced everyone with their presence. During the workshop, world-renowned speakers all across the globe shared their knowledge and procedure on USG in demands and discussed whole abdomen USG and echocardiography. The workshop was successfully carried out with 40 delegates along with PLRC team. The delegates from India and abroad and their enthusiastic participants ensured that the program was a resounding success.
‘It has been an absolutely amazing and enlightening workshop that was presented in a clear and engaging way with wonderful technique, and we have learned a lot’, says one of the delegates.
Indeed, it is the first time in India where a workshop was organized with 10 ultrasound machines that was absolutely priceless. It turned out to be a wonderful experience for all as they got to attend such a wonderful practical workshop on USG in India and are looking forward to many more advanced courses in the same field.
PLRC is privileged to have this collaboration with Jabalpur veterinary committee in bringing an informative for Young vets in India, and it was no less than a milestone for them. It goes without saying, Young vets are the future of the profession who must drive change and shape the future, and PLRC left no stone unturned in focusing on the newest technology to upgrade the knowledge of young vets by providing them with a platform here in India.
Team PLRC feels immensely grateful to the media and NGO WBS for the cooperation whose contribution was much appreciated as they were the pillars which stood strong with them during the entire process and made things happen successfully with fruitful outcome. PLRC is widely known to work for the upliftment of the Vet profession, and the vet doctors who work in the field of canine and feline practise of dogs and cats with the mission of upgrading the knowledge and skill of the vet doctors through the organization of CE programs and hands-on workshop.
In the words of PLRC director Dr R T Sharma and Dr Ajay Sood, “Our motive behind organizing such advance workshops is to aware our Young vets of the country about the latest developments of recent technology that aims to work on veterinary science in India. The advanced courses abroad cost you dollars to pursue, and not every Indian can afford them. So we took the initiative to plan such workshops in India at a very nominal range together with a good platform. We are planning another workshop very soon where we look forward to the participation of the young vets to come and join such courses and do wonders in their field.”
PLRC is going to organize its annual program “IndianVETexpo-2022” at New Delhi on 6th-7th-8th February 2022 in PUSA Institute on the subject of Orthopedic and Neurology to rectify any bone n nerve-related issue in Pets with the adoption of the newest technology in India so that the pets in India are treated in the same way with advanced technology just the way it is treated worldwide.