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Ane Caroline Dall`Agnol

Posted: Friday the 8th January, 2021. 18h26

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Overview: I am a 28-year-old veterinarian who decided, after graduating as a DVM in Brazil, that I would like to see how things are done in other parts of the world.
I found out that, even though the generalities of our field are the same throughout Europe and South America, there are certain key differences. In Brazil, we are often working with fewer resources (I had never seen a CT scan or an endoscopic examination before I came to Europe), but at the same time, we might make better use of other additional diagnostic tools, since most of the time they are all we have available. Furthermore, the type of anesthesia most used by Brazilian small clinics is TIVA, since most of them do not have access to the structure necessary for the use of inhalants. In Brazil, it is very common for the students to leave school and start specializing right away (we can apply immediately to a residency program or another modality of continued education), while in Europe it is common for new graduates to start working at a clinic and gather a few years of experience before applying for an internship or residency.
My next goal is to learn about the specializations within small animal and exotic animal medicine, get some hands-on experience (whether via an internship program or by working at a veterinary clinic under the guidance of experienced vets) so that in the future I can apply for a one-year internship in the United States and learn even more about what I love most, which is veterinary medicine.

Gender: Female
Current location: Hungary
Qualifications: Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, MSc.
Qualified at: University of Veterinary Medicine, Budapest, Hungary
Country qualified: Hungary
RCVS registered: No
Been qualified for: I'm a new grad
Type of practice I have experience in: I have no experience as a DVM yet outside of the several externships and additional training activities I have participated in.
Sole charge experience: No
Accommodation needed: Yes
Drivers licence: Yes
Availability: My RCVS license will only be available after my graduation, which will be in late February, so I would say I will be available around March.
Special Interests: Anesthesia, small animals, exotic animals (not afraid of snakes), dentistry, ophthalmology, surgery, image diagnostics.
Computer skills: Doki for vets
Desired location: I will have to relocate from Hungary, therefore I do not have a preferred place I would like to move to.

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