VetCoach & VetTeamCoach Projects
The VetCoach project is a private non-profit project aimed to optimize the career start of young veterinary professionals and their staff. VetCoach has asked many members of the veterinary health care teams around the world to share their answer to the simple question: “What did you learn after graduation that you wish you had known on day one?” Many colleagues have shared their learning and today seven VetCoach editions and one VetTeamCoach editions have been published together making over 15,000 copies available to young veterinary and staff professionals. The objective of the VetCoach project to inspire and motivate young veterinarians entering the profession.
The vision of the VetCoach project is to bring a VetCoach book into the hands of every young veterinary professional around the world before or soon after graduation.
More recent information about VetCoach and VetTeamCoach can be found in www.facebook.com/vetcoachproject.
Dr. Nap has been an invited speaker at national and international congresses and meetings around the world including World Small Animal Veterinary Congress (WSAVA), The North American Veterinary Congress (NAVC), the British Small Animal Veterinary Congress (BSAVA), the Congress of the Federation of European Veterinary Associations Congress (FECAVA), the Southern European Veterinary Conference (SEVC), the European Society of Veterinary Orthopedics and Traumatology Congress (ESVOT), the Congress of the European College of Veterinary Surgeons (ECVS) and the Congress of the European College of Veterinary and Comparative Nutrition (ECVCN) among others.
Dr. Nap has been regional Director for the Southern European Veterinary Conference (SEVC) Barcelona Spain and was a member of the Industry Advisory committee.
Dr. Nap is an invited professor at the Veterinary University (Universidad del Salvador / USAL) in Pilar, Buenos Aires in charge of the mandatory practice management program for final year students.
Dr. Nap is a member of the Dutch Hip- and Elbow Dysplasia panel of the Dutch Kennel Club (Raad van Beheer) for the screening of radiographs to support health care and breeding programs.