EMS research project gets underway

October 2009
Veterinary Record: Journal of the British Veterinary Association;10/24/2009, Vol. 165 Issue 17, p488
Academic Journal
The article reports on the start of a new three-year education project funded by the BVA Animal Welfare Foundation at Bristol and Glasgow veterinary schools in Great Britain. It entails maximising value of extramural study (EMS) placements on cattle, sheep and horse units. It aims to develop and validate welfare and health planning assessment tools for these animals that students can use during their preclinical EMS placements. The project also aims to develop teaching methods.


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