|Module Title||EQUINE VETERINARY SCIENCE|
|Co-ordinator||Dr Mark Dagleish|
|Assessment||Exam||3 Hours Unseen written examination||50%|
|Essay||1 x 3,000 word essay||50%|
This course aims to apply the biological material covered in semester 1 modules into the context of Equine Veterinary practice. It will act as a significant integrating module for many of the other modules both in Semester 1 and 2.
On completion of this module students will be able to:
Syllabus / Curriculum design
The course will comprise of 12 lectures and 6 practicals. It will consider the preventative, diagnostic and curative medicine used for the major equine ailments and injuries. The use of modern technology in equine medicine will be evaluated with the aids of the practical sessions.
Johnson, A M. (1986) Equine Medical Disorders. Blackwell Scientific Publications
Robinson, N E. (1992) Current Therapy in Equine Medicine 3. W B Saunders Company, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich Inc
Colahan, P T. (1991) Equine Medicine and Surgery Vol 1 and 2. American Vet Publications