Two Residency Positions in Diagnostic Imaging (one small animal and one large animal biased track)

Royal Veterinary College, London, UK

We are offering two three-year residency positions, one small animal biased track and one large animal biased track, starting on 6th of July 2020.

The objective of this training program is to give the resident the skills, knowledge and credential requirements necessary to sit the examination of the European College of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging (Large or Small Animal Track).

Clinical training is based at the College’s referral hospitals at the Hawkshead Campus, near Potters Bar. Both the Equine Referral Hospital and the Queen Mother Hospital for Small Animals are modern and well‐equipped. As well as practical imaging acquisition and reporting, the programme includes regular imaging rounds, journal clubs, book clubs and an individual research programme. On call work is part of the clinical activity and is shared with the pool of residents. Collaboration in undergraduate teaching is part of the role. The successful candidate is enrolled in the RVC MVetMed programme as well.

Please find further details and the application link on the RVC homepage.

Small animal biased track:
https://www.rvc.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/residencies/small-animal/diagnostic-imaging

Large animal biased track:
https://www.rvc.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/residencies/equine#tab-at-a-glance

Applications will open at the end of November 2019 and will close by the 5th of January 2020.

Interview dates:
Small animal biased track: 13th February 2020
Large animal biased track: 24th of February 2020

If you have any queries about the Diagnostic Imaging Residency please contact:
Small Animal: Francisco Llabres-Diaz (fllabresdiaz@rvc.ac.uk)
Large Animal: Dagmar Berner (dberner@rvc.ac.uk)

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