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logoECVPT diplomats have to

  • keep abreast of new developments within the veterinary profession both within and outside the speciality;
  • understand the limitations of his/her own speciality in the perspective of the veterinary profession;
  • understand the possibilities for ECVPT specialists to interact with specialists in other areas and vice versa;
  • be familiar with the potential for multidisciplinary cooperation;
  • understand and practice evidence-based medicine.

In order to achieve these goals, and to establish the training programme, the ECVPT Executive Committee is guided by the following criteria:

  • A registered specialist shall spend most of his/her working time working at specialist level in academia, public service or industry
  • The training programme has been established in consideration of those of parent disciplines (veterinary science, pharmacology (International Union of Pharmacology, IUPHAR) and toxicology (International Union of Toxicology, IUTOX))
  • The training programme should be of a similar breadth and quality to those developed elsewhere (e.g. USA, Australia), which allow inclusion of other training or experience, thus enabling mutual recognition of specialist registration in future
  • A registered specialist should practice/work in an academic environment or a private company, in a laboratory, a hospital or a national or international institution with adequate facilities for the specialty

The form below can be used by Diplomates requiring reaccreditation in 2017. The deadline is March 31st, 2017

Last Updated on Tuesday, 03 October 2017 14:45
 
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