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NEW ECVPH Curriculum PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 12 June 2014 17:06

Supported by a working group the ECVPH Council has elaborated, updated and recently concluded the new Curriculum of the ECVPH. The description of the review process and the implementation steps are described in the SPECIAL - Edition 17/2013-1 of the ECVPH e-Newsletter. As the review process took longer than anticipated, the Council decided that new Residency Programmes, submitted in June 2014, can optionally

a) be designed to follow the old curriculum without later amendment during the entire residency, or

b) be designed to follow the old curriculum with later amendment for adapting to the new curriculum along with an annual progress report, or

c) be designed to follow the updated curriculum.

As described in the 7/2013-1 eNewsletter, Residents shall be assessed for credentials and examined with reference to the Curriculum as it applied at the date of their enrolment into the residency programme. The updated Curriculum will become mandatory for submissions from December 2014 onwards. However, all exam candidates should use the update Curriculum to obtain a better understanding of the relevant FS and PM areas for their examinations. During the transition period, the updated Curriculum will also serve as a guide for examinations of Residents enrolled under the previous Curriculum. The examination committees shall accommodate for discrepancies between a candidate's residency programme and the updated curriculum on a case-by-case basis.

download the NEW Curriculum >> HERE

 
John Daniel Collins *16. November 1938 - 25. April 2012 PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 27 April 2012 14:25

 It is with great sadness that we wish to inform you of the death of a stalwart of ECVPH and SVEPM, Professor Dan Collins, University College Dublin (UCD). 

 Dan was a past president of SVEPM (1998/99) and a founder member of ECVPH.  Indeed, Dan played a key role in having population medicine integrated into ECVPH as a subspecialty.  This epitomises the man, as he was always a key mover and shaker. Another example of this was his motivation in relocating the UCD Veterinary Faculty to a new green field site with state of the art facilities.  Even in retirement, Dan was still active and chaired the EFSA Biological Hazards Panel and was a Board member of the Food Safety Authority of Ireland. 

 Above all, his openness and typical Irish manner meant that he could talk to anyone and set up an instant rapport, with always a word of fatherly advice to hand if the need arose.  A true gentleman and scholar.

 We have lost a great member of the profession. We have lost a great man.

http://www.rip.ie/death_notices_detail.asp?NoticeID=162423

 

 
ECVPH Annual Conference and Annual General Meeting 2011: ONLINE! PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 27 June 2011 14:00

The REGISTRATION for the ECVPH Annual Conference and Annual General Meeting 2011 has been set ONLINE !

For general Information, Registration, Poster and Abstracts information as well as for the Pre-Conference Workshop for Residents of the ECVPH please click here

 
Full recognition of ECVPH ! PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 06 May 2011 07:49

At its Annual Meeting held in Brussels 15-16 April 2011 the European Board of Veterinary Specialisation (EBVS) has approved the ECVPH as a fully recognized College!

for further information see Newsletter "Special-Edition" >> download here

 
EBVS Newsletter 2 PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 15 April 2011 15:55

Find below the 2nd Newsletter of the European Board of Veterinary Specialisation

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