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Mandy Burrows is excited to offer you a problem based approach to dermatology for small animal veterinarians in this distance taught course offered in Massey University’s Master of Veterinary Medicine.
Please note: Courses are revised following each offering. Details of content and assessment are subject to change between offerings.
On this course you'll learn:
Dermatology is one of the MVM courses for postgraduate veterinarians which is taught online via distance learning and led by a recognised international expert in the field.
The course is supported by the latest research, reviews and case material to challenge veterinarians with in-depth, relevant continuing education. Course materials include a printed guide to your reading and assessment which integrates online learning activities such as discussions, quizzes, lessons, library searches, critical evaluation and exercises for self-assessment with reading materials and personal study tasks.
Highlights of the dermatology course include: A practical practice-relevant approach to dermatology, lecturer authored course notes and interactive problem based exercises to help you bench mark your progress.
With the MVM programme you have the flexibility to study when and where you want and the support of the MVM team to gain an internationally-recognised veterinary qualification that will help you in your practice every day.
An experienced teacher and lecturer at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, Mandy Burrows graduated from Murdoch University Veterinary School in 1985. Having completed residency training in two disciplines, pathology and internal medicine and dermatology, Mandy became a Fellow of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists in Veterinary Dermatology in 1998. Mandy currently works as the Director of the Dermatology clinic at Murdoch University.
Mandy currently works as the Director of the Animal Dermatology Clinic – Perth and as an Associate Professor in Small Animal Medicine (Dermatology) at Murdoch University.
Mandy is the Past-President of the Council of the ANZCVS; the current Australian and New Zealand representative of the World Association for Veterinary Dermatology and the President of World Congress in Veterinary Dermatology and the President of the World Congress in Veterinary Dermatology, to be held in Sydney in 2020.
In-depth part-time study 24 teaching weeks spread over a 7-8 month period
Learning materials and facilities
The fees for each 15-credit course in 2019 are NZ$6746. Note: fees are revised annually.
*Please note, all prices are approximate based on recent exchange rates and are quoted excluding Goods and Services Tax. Additional non-tuition fees also apply which vary from approx NZD$195-400.
Fees for domestic students are subsidised by the NZ government. See fees information for domestic students.
The contact workshop is an opportunity for face-to-face time with your class and lecturer. Together you can build on the knowledge you’ve gained on the course through small group teaching, practical sessions and discussions of experiences in your own practice. The new format also provides a great opportunity for you to meet students and staff from other courses within the MVM programme by combining with them for some sessions.
For the best contact workshop experience we recommend that you attend in person. While attendance is highly-recommended it is not compulsory in order to pass the course. If you can’t make it in person you will be able to join some (non-practical) sessions live via the internet (we endeavour to record these sessions for review, but are unable to guarantee the quality of the recording).
This course will next be offered in February 2019.
You may also be interested in online oiled wildlife response training. This course is available for both veterinarians and non-veterinarians
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Last updated on Tuesday 16 October 2018