The diagnosis and management of skin disease represents a major component of small animal practice. The emphasis of this programme is very much on the approach to different conditions – practical examination techniques, application of appropriate diagnostic procedures and an understanding of the potential complications associated with different body systems, rather than an exhaustive list of potential disorders. The course is delivered by Improve International and assessed by the International School of Veterinary Postgraduate Studies (ISVPS).
All applicants must: Hold a veterinary qualification; Have spent a minimum of one year in veterinary practice; UK-based applicants must also be on the RCVS Home Practising Register, whilst applicants based outside the UK must hold a qualification that would entitle them to register as a member of the RCVS. Additionally, UK-based veterinary surgeons who qualified from 2007 onwards must have completed the RCVS Professional Development Phase (PDP) before they can enrol.
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