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Senior Clinical Scholarships (RESIDENTS) In Bovine and Small Ruminant Management (With masters in veterinary medicine)

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Organization Ecsrhm

Organization

Founded in 2008 the European College for Small Ruminant Health Management is based in 16 countries and counts a total of 102 diplomates.
Vision Ecsrhm

Our Vision

The ECSRHM strives to further the advancement of veterinary knowledge in the field of small ruminant (sheep & goats) health management.
Mission Ecsrhm

Our Mission

Promoting collaboration with national veterinary associations, farmers associations, government institutions and international agencies.

ECSRHM Objectives

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  • Acting as an institution to qualify members of the veterinary profession as specialists in small ruminant health management by establishing and defining the standard of qualification based on evidence-based medicine (EBM).
  • Developing graduate teaching programmes in small ruminant health management. Developing and supervising EBM continuing education programmes for veterinarians interested in small ruminant health management.
  • Encouraging its members to pursue original scientific investigations and to contribute to the relevant literature.
  • Defining and describing the speciality discipline of small ruminant health management.
  • Supervising the professional activities of its members and ensuring that such professional activities are guided by EBM.
  • Promoting collaboration with national veterinary associations, farmers associations, government institutions and international agencies.

This veterinary speciality refers to the following:

  • Husbandry, internal medicine, obstetrics and reproduction, surgery, as applied to epidemiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis, therapy and control of diseases of small ruminants (sheep, goats).
  • Individual patients or flocks/herds.
  • Quality and safety of products from small ruminant.
  • Control of transmitting zoonoses.
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