• EMS is dead! Long live EMS

    EMS is dead! Long live EMS

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    Extra mural studies have been a long-standing element of the RCVS accredited veterinary curriculum, and previous RCVS reviews have labelled EMS the “Jewel in the Crown” of veterinary education in the UK. However, curricula and ways of teaching veterinary students have evolved considerably in the last few years, and the impact of Covid-19 pandemic on placement availability and feasibility led to several new innovations in teaching core clinical skills and engaging students in both animal husbandry and clinical environments. Following the announcement of a further review of EMS by the RCVS, a BVA Working Group was formed which has heard evidence from a broad range of stakeholders and considered the role EMS could and should play in a modern veterinary curriculum. This session will consider the challenges and opportunities for providers, students and vet schools and hear the core recommendations of the working group.

    • Describe the challenges and opportunities of the current EMS system from the perspective of multiple stakeholders
    • Explain the purpose of the BVA working group and its key recommendations
    Malcolm Morley, President - British Veterinary Association
    Philippa Yam, Senior Lecturer - University of Glasgow
    Robin Williams, Head of Talent - VetPartners
    Liz Mossop, Deputy Vice Chancellor - University of Lincoln
    Alex Gorman, Veterinary Surgeon - British Veterinary Chronic Illness Support (BVCIS)
    Elysé Smith, Recent Graduate Representative - BVA

    Charlotte Tobin-Williams, Veterinary Student at the University of Liverpool - The Association of Veterinary Students UK and Ireland

    Presented at London Vet Show 2022

    Friday 18th November 15:20

    BVA Congress

    Please note this session is not RACE-approved but you can still earn a CPD certificate