One-year Junior Clinical Training Scholarship Scholarship award: £14,400
Start date 1 August 2014
Applications are invited for this 12-month Scholarship programme, which provides an opportunity for new graduates or recently-qualified veterinarians to receive high-quality postgraduate training in farm animal studies under the supervision of experienced farm animal clinicians in the Cambridge Farm Animal Veterinary Services' ambulatory and referral practice. The emphasis of the programme is on gaining practical clinical experience in farm animal medicine and herd health, and will allow the Scholar to identify specific fields of farm animal work in which to specialise in preparation for Senior Clinical Training Scholarship programmes or specialist private practice.
The Scholarship programme covers:
1.Case management of individual production animals, including emergency and critical care, surgery, anaesthesia, diagnostics, internal medicine, obstetrics. 2. Involvement in a busy and expanding first opinion farm animal practice. 3. Training and practice in population medicine and herd health management, with an emphasis on evidence-based medicine. 4. Experience in teaching and communication. 5. Basic tuition in research methods and scientific writing. 6. Opportunity to design and undertake research project.
An applicant must be a Member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, or hold a veterinary degree qualifying him/ her for membership.
Closing date: 30 March 2014
Interview date: 16 April 2014
Fixed-term: 1 years.
Application form (JCTS1) and information pack: contact Melissa Large, 01223 337055, or download from link below.
Completed application form, curriculum vitae, covering letter: send to Melissa Large, Department of Veterinary Medicine, Madingley Road, Cambridge, CB3 OES, or via email to email@example.com
Please quote reference PP02824 on your application and in any correspondence about this vacancy.
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