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1Obtain an accurate and relevant history of the individual animal or animal group, and its/their environment22 Sep 2015 19:44
2Handle and restrain animal patients safely and humanely, and instruct others in helping the veterinary surgeon perform these techniques.22 Sep 2015 19:44
3Perform a complete clinical examination22 Sep 2015 19:44
4Develop appropriate treatment plans and administer treatment in the interests of the patients and with regard to the resources available.22 Sep 2015 19:44
5Attend all species in an emergency and perform first aid.22 Sep 2015 19:44
6Assess the physical condition, welfare and nutritional status of an animal or group of animals and advise the client on principles of husbandry and feeding. 22 Sep 2015 19:44
7Collect, preserve and transport samples, select appropriate diagnostic tests, interpret and understand the limitations of the test results.22 Sep 2015 19:44
8Communicate clearly and collaborate with referral and diagnostic services, including providing an appropriate history. 22 Sep 2015 19:44
9Understand the contribution that imaging and other diagnostic techniques can make in achieving a diagnosis. Use basic imaging equipment and carry out an examination effectively as appropriate to the case, in accordance with good health and safety practice and current regulations.22 Sep 2015 19:44
10Recognise suspicious signs of possible notifiable, reportable and zoonotic diseases and take appropriate action, including notifying the relevant authorities. 22 Sep 2015 19:44
11Apply the RCVS Twelve Principles of Certification.22 Sep 2015 19:44
12Access the appropriate sources of data on licensed medicines.22 Sep 2015 19:44
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