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Chris Trace's Page Customise Your Page? Chris Trace
Occupation Veterinarian
Veterinary School UK - Royal Veterinary College
Year of Graduation 2008
 Having issues with my login currently, so I'm using the username Ctrace2 until we can get them sorted out! 

My previous roles in WikiVet

Newsletter Editor

I have previously been responsible for putting together the WikiVet newsletter, which is sent out to all WikiVet users who wish to receive it. It is designed to keep you up to date with all the many changes that are going on with WikiVet, and also suggests content we think you may find interesting.

eLearning development

I'm particularly interested in ways in which useful and engaging eLearning activites can be incorporated into WikiVet to complement the existing content.

Facebook page monitor

I was responsible for monitoring WikiVet's facebook page which is a space for users to discuss WikiVet issues and communicate more informally with the WikiVet team.

WikiVet Media

I used to look after WikiVet's Media site too, so if a user posts a video here I used to categorise it.

Projects that Chris is working on currently

About me

Chris and his dog Marmite

I graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in 2008, and was a part of the eMedia unit at the RVC until December 2013 when I started my new job as eLearning Coordinator at the University of Surrey's School of Veterinary Medicine.

Whilst at the RVC I have been involved in developing a range of e-Learning materials for students, one of which is the Canine Radiographs programwhich is now downloadable.

I've become increasingly interested in the use of Virtual Patients in Veterinary Education. These are computer simulations of patients that you are able to interact with, diagnose and treat. These are used extensively in medical education and are now starting to creep in to Veterinary education.





here is a link to a great page on fluid therapy, and here's a link to facebook

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