|Student Contribution Band:||Band 3|
|Administered by:||College of Public Health, Medical & Vet Sciences|
Only available to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Veterinary Science
This subject makes up one half of the fourth level of the BVSc degree program and the first of two years of the veterinary science curriculum that are focused on preparing graduates for veterinary practice. The veterinary science curriculum is structured around a number of overlapping Themes that combine Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes. The Themes are: Structure and Function; Dysfunction, Agents of Disease and Defence; Animal Production and Management; Veterinary Preventative Medicine and Services; Veterinary Practice; and Veterinary Career Development. The focus of this subject is on: Small Animal Clinical Studies; Equine Clinical Studies, Bovine Health and Production, Veterinary Preventative Medicine and Veterinary Career Development. Bovine Health and Production provide grounding aspects of animal production and management relevant to veterinary practice. Veterinary Preventative Medicine and Services encompasses those aspects of the veterinary profession that provide expertise in the prevention, control and eradication of disease. This theme also highlights accompanying risks to populations and communities through developing concepts of biosafety in association with the epidemiology and public health aspects. Veterinary Practice provides a foundation in the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary for small animal clinical studies, exotic mammals and equine medicine and surgery. Veterinary Career Development theme provides students with the skills necessary to practice as a veterinarian in our changing world and to be able to continually access and use information as knowledge progresses.
Attend all practical sessions, workshops, tutorials and field trips, which are compulsory. Attempt all summative on-course assessment activities and achieve a satisfactory standard in each hurdle. Achieve a percentage of 50% plus 1 SEM (Standard Error of Measurement) to pass the end of semester examination. A minimum of 50% for each Identified Element must be achieved. Achieve a total of 50% to pass the subject (combined on-course and exam mark).
|Townsville, Study Period 2, Internal|
|Census Date 25-Aug-2022|
|Coordinator:||Dr Sarah-Jane Wilson, Dr David Blignaut|
|Lecturers:||Miss Josephine Penny, Assoc. Professor John Cavalieri, Professor William Tranter, Miss Jillian Beasley, Dr Jane Day, Dr Craig Thomson, Dr Margaret Reilly, Assoc. Professor Richard Squires, Assoc. Professor Bradley Dowling, Professor Bruce Gummow, Dr Philip Judge, Dr Ruth Sutcliffe, Ms Sally Watts, Professor Jos Vermunt, Dr Leo Foyle, Dr Karen Gerber, Mrs Virginia Simpson, Dr Yukari Miyake, Dr Denise Von Wald, Dr Dilini Thilakaratne, Dr Donnalee Taylor, Mrs Wendy Foyle, Dr Carolynne Joone, Mr Chris Joone, Professor Estelle Venter, Assoc. Professor Jim Taylor, Dr Sarah-Jane Wilson, Dr Richard Burchell, Dr Dem de Tonnerre, Dr David Blignaut, Dr Seven Devery, Mr Scott Blyth.|
The student workload for this 12 credit point subject is approximately 520 hours.
Note: Minor variations might occur due to the continuous Subject quality improvement process, and in case of minor variation(s) in assessment details, the Subject Outline represents the latest official information.