SJCAP

Society of Japanese Companion Animal Practitioners (SJCAP)

Japan | Full Member

President:
Dr. Shigekatsu Motoyoshi

WSAVA Representative:
Dr. Takashi Koseki 
Email: washizu@gifu-u.ac.jp

1-1 Yanagido Gifu Gifu,
Japan, 501-1194
Telephone: 81-58-230-2960

About

SJCAP consists of several small/medium scale Japanese scientific/research societies including Tokyo Small Animal Veterinary Association, Japanese Veterinary Critical Care and Management Society, and Japanese Society of Traditional Veterinary Medicine.
In 2011, SJCAP sufficiently communicated with those societies/groups and made good efforts to establish better relationship with them.

Initially , a small group of vets are working for help organizing Asian specialization process in Japan guided by Dr. Brovida at the 2005 meeting. Japanese anesthesiology/surgery association was working to create surgery specialization domestically, however, SJCAP made this system as a step and helped organizingAsian surgery meeting in Taiwan. A new movement of organizing SJCAP has gained interest that hope continuously develops Japanese vet medicine along with WSAVA and Asian countries. Five hundred and seven solid members are gathering to start SJCAP now and will expand more than 1000 soon and there are many supportive sponsors. SJCAP would function as part of WSAVA for developing world wide veterinary medicine especially in Asia. SJCAP would play an important role for communication with other nations for future younger veterinariany generations in Japan and Asia.

 

 

 

SJCAP Annual report to WSAVA 2014

SJCAP group of associations had seminars below. The member associations are Tokyo Small Animal Veterinary Association, Japan Veterinary Critical Care & Management Society, and Japanese Society of Traditional Veterinary Medicine

 

1. Tokyo Small Animal Veterinary Association

Place and date:  Tokyo on March 24, 2014:  

Topic:  How to improve veterinary profession,  

 

2. Japan Veterinary Critical Care & Management Society* 

Place and date: Yokohama on February 21, 2014:

Topic: The control of difficult diabetes in cats

 

3. Japanese Society of Traditional Veterinary Medicine* 

Acupancture Seminars(10 times) in Tokyo 

Oriental medicine for geriatric animal and  cancer  in Yokohama on February 21, 2014 

Traditional medicine for elderly animal and chronic disease in Tokyo on March 2, 2014 

Integrated medicine(14 topics) in Tokyo on December 14, 2014

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