Veterinary Clinical Teaching Fellow (Equine Practice)

Location
Surrey
Posted
10 Jun 2019
Closes
10 Jul 2019
Role
Teaching

Surrey

The School of Veterinary Medicine has partnered with the veterinary profession to develop a fully distributed model of work-place based clinical education, encompassing a series of intramural rotations (IMR) hosted at partner practices and organisations. We are excited to be
launching this model in July 2018, when our first cohort of students begin their final year.

Integral to this model are the Veterinary Clinical Teaching Fellows (VCTFs), our team of clinical tutors who provide oversight of individual development and evaluation of final year students toward attainment of day-one competences and support practice-based trained clinical
mentors in the delivery of our IMR module.

We are now recruiting one further VCTF in to the equine section of the existing team of VCTFs. The successful candidate will undergo a bespoke and extensive training programme in clinical education, develop close working relationships with partner practices and work closely with colleagues to deliver a robust series of clinical assessments, contributing to the quality assurance of IMR delivery.

The successful appointee will be a UK registered (or eligible to register)

veterinary surgeon with a strong clinical background in equine practice. Candidates will have a flair for communicating with both undergraduates and practitioners and a passion for veterinary clinical education.

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