AniCura's interest groups provide opportunities for knowledge sharing, exchange of experience and communication.
One of the many benefits of being a part of AniCura is the opportunity to work together and share knowledge between animal hospitals and clinics. AniCura's various veterinary interest groups constitute an important tool in this work. There are a great number of veterinary interest groups within AniCura who work in various ways to bring together people with similar veterinary interests to share knowledge and provide the latest findings in every area of veterinary medicine. Interest groups are open for all employees within AniCura.
While a significant part of the interest groups' activities take place online on AniCura's intranet, the groups also arrange physical meetings, either in the form of lectures or regular courses that include both theory and practice. The interest groups are led by highly qualified specialists in each field.
AniCura has interests groups in areas such as emergency treatment, anaesthesia, antibiotics, diagnostic imaging, dermatology, diabetes, gastroenterology, cardiology, feline medicine, surgery, laboratory medicine, neurology, odontology, ophthalmology, oncology, rehabilitation, reproduction, wound care, urology and infection control. New groups are started regularly as needed.