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Masters degrees in Clinical Veterinary Medicine involve advanced study of the diagnosis and treatment of animal disease, illness and injury.
Postgraduate courses in Clinical Veterinary Medicine are typically ways for qualified vets to undertake continuing professional development (CPD), focusing on a particular aspect of the subject. Related postgraduate specialisms include Clinical Veterinary Dentistry and Veterinary Public Health.
A Masters in Clinical Veterinary Medicine gives veterinary practitioners the opportunity to boost their existing expertise in certain areas, or learn new skills and techniques to use in their day-to-day work.
For example, you might take a general module covering recent advances in animal medicine, or a more specific one on a subject such as wildlife disease management, anaesthetic equipment or livestock respiratory medicine.
As most students on these kinds of course are already veterinary practitioners, a Masters in Clinical Veterinary Medicine represents a chance to improve and diversify the range of services offered by their practice.
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The Postgraduate Certificate in Veterinary Clinical Studies at the RVC provides the career-building opportunity for students studying outside the UK to undertake training in the RVC’s comprehensive clinical educational programme, including at the RVC’s leading hospitals. Read more
This programme will appeal to vets with one or two years' clinical experience who want to develop their clinical skills. As well as preparing you for further clinical training, the diploma will also develop your skills for a primary care setting. Read more
Veterinary medicine is a rapidly evolving discipline, comprising a wide range of specialist areas. Research in veterinary medicine is directly relevant to the improvement of health and welfare of domestic animal species and the protection of public health. Read more
This course provides veterinarians engaged in a residency training program with intense clinical instruction using case material from the Murdoch University Veterinary Hospital. Read more
In veterinary management of animals, anaesthesia (rendering animals unconscious to permit procedures) and analgesia (reducing the pain an animal is suffering) have vital importance in improving animal welfare, as well as permitting the ongoing developments in medical and surgical advances. Read more
Online learning at the University of Glasgow allows you to benefit from the outstanding educational experience that we are renowned for, without having to relocate to our campus. Read more
The Graduate Certificate in Canine Sports Medicine is designed to provide you, the veterinary practitioner, with the knowledge, skills and attributes required for the veterinary care of racing and breeding greyhounds and other canine athletes. Read more
Grad Cert Small Animal Medicine is suitable for Veterinary Surgeons working in small animal practice who wish to develop their approach and knowledge more specifically in this area. Read more
The RCVS Certificate in Advanced Veterinary Practice (CertAVP) is a flexible, modular approach to achieving veterinary postgraduate qualifications. Read more
A programme for health care professionals from diverse backgrounds who wish to expand their knowledge of theoretical and practical aspects of oncology, including medical and oncology trainees, nurses, pharmacists, radiographers, vets, and clinical trial co-ordinators. Read more
Our online Clinical Education programme takes advantage of our world-renowned expertise to enhance your abilities to teach and assess students in a clinical environment. Read more
Our research aims to enhance understanding of disease processes in animals and to translate that understanding into improved therapies for both animal and human disease. Read more
Grad Cert Equine Sports Medicine will explore recent developments on key subjects specific to athletic performance including genetics, exercise physiology, adaptation of the body systems to athletic training, evaluation of poor performance and the treatment of diseases and injuries that impact on athletic performance. Read more