THE OBJECTIVES OF VETERINARY COURSE:
The objective (stated in the report of ACVT (III/F/5171/7/92) adopted in 1993 and terms of reference of the EEC's ACVT in 1998) is that the courses of training shall be of a comparably high standard, the objectives being as follows:
- Veterinary training institutions are to provide adequate, ethical, research-based veterinary training which enables veterinary students to examine and treat sick animals, contribute to animal production whilst maintaining the animals' health and welfare, protect humans from zoonoses and ensure high-quality food products of animal origin for human consumption. The training must cover the broad requirements for veterinary graduates in the individual states, and comply with the EU Directives in the case of EU Member States.
- In addition, the institutions should conduct research, provide postgraduate and specialist training and play a role in continuing veterinary education.
- They should, furthermore, provide services to members of the veterinary profession and the community as a whole.”
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