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1Understanding of, and competence in, the logical approaches to both scientific and clinical reasoning, the distinction between the two, and the strengths and limitations of each.22 Sep 2015 19:44
2Research methods and the contribution of basic and applied research to veterinary science.22 Sep 2015 19:44
3The structure, function and behaviour of animals and their physiological and welfare needs, including healthy domestic animals, captive wildlife and laboratory-housed animals. 22 Sep 2015 19:44
4A knowledge of the businesses related to animal breeding, production and keeping.22 Sep 2015 19:44
5The aetiology, pathogenesis, clinical signs, diagnosis and treatment of the common diseases and disorders that occur in the common domestic species in the UK. 22 Sep 2015 19:44
6Awareness of other diseases of international importance that pose a risk to national and international biosecurity.22 Sep 2015 19:44
7Legislation relating to animal care and welfare, animal movement, and notifiable and reportable diseases.22 Sep 2015 19:44
8Medicines legislation and guidelines on responsible use of medicines, including responsible use of antimicrobials and anthelmintics.22 Sep 2015 19:44
9The principles of disease prevention and the promotion of health and welfare.22 Sep 2015 19:44
10Veterinary public health issues, including epidemiology, transboundary epizootic diseases, zoonotic and food-borne diseases, emerging and re-emerging diseases, food hygiene and technology. 22 Sep 2015 19:44
11Principles of effective interpersonal interaction, including communication, leadership, management and team working.22 Sep 2015 19:44
12The ethical framework within which veterinary surgeons should work, including important ethical theories that inform decision-making in professional and animal welfare-related ethics.22 Sep 2015 19:44
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