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Internal Medicine Intern

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Internal Medicine Intern opportunity

Internal Medicine Intern, which may be followed by ECAMS Approved Avian Medicine & Surgery Residency.

European College Of Avian Medicine And Surgery (ECAMS) Approved Intern Program which, if successfully completed, will lead to the ECAMS Residency Program.

A hitherto successful ECAMS residency program has been run for the last three years between Lansdown Veterinary Surgeons and Bristol University (Langford House). During the course of which, two residents have received avian training and exposure at Lansdown Veterinary Surgeons, under the direction of a Diplomate of ECAMS, whilst Specialist training in other disciplines has been provided by academic staff at the University of Bristol. Residency Director and Residents have provided lecturing and avian clinics at the University of Bristol during the course of the training period.

In order to improve the undergraduate teaching, it is now appreciated that it would be advantageous to develop a full time avian and exotic animal service within the University of Bristol. To this end, the two parties (Bristol University on the one part and Great Western Referrals - formerly Lansdown Veterinary Surgeons) have put forward a proposal for a structured Intern in Companion Animal Medicine (with additional avian experience and training), to be followed by an ECAMS approved Avian Residency.

The details of this opportunity, together with Objectives, Training program description, Documentation and verification plus Proposed Timetable, are all included in an Adobe Acrobat PDF file for you to read or print out.

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Last update: 17 October 2003