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VETM 3210 - Art of Veterinary Medicine I P1 (V-V) [0.50]

In a series of integrated modules, this course will assist students in increasing their self-awareness and comprehension of a range of legal, professional and ethical values and behaviours that are essential and normal components of veterinary medicine. Emphasis will be placed on understanding, evaluating and improving interpersonal relations and oral and written communication skills. The ethical principles that underlie veterinary medicine will be explored in depth. The course will also assist students in understanding their position in the developing history of veterinary medicine and inform them of emerging trends. Issues related to professional development, how other species interact with humans, and the client/patient/veterinarian triad will be introduced. The application of these learned skills in the resolution of problems will be introduced. OVC Dean's Office, Department of Population Medicine and the Veterinary Teaching Hospital.