The DVM program at Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine (RUSVM) comprises seven semesters of integrated preclinical training on the island of St. Kitts in the Caribbean, and an additional year of clinical training at one of 32 affiliated, AVMA-accredited veterinary schools. The goal of the program is to provide students with a hands-on, student-centered, outcome-based preparatory training experience that adequately meets the clinical year expectations and addresses clinical competencies appropriate for practice-ready graduates.
To support the program, RUSVM is committed to recruiting candidates that are dedicated to teaching and the delivery of an innovative and effective curriculum. RUSVM operates a dedicated Clinical Skills Laboratory where many of the basic surgical and procedural skills are taught, and support for model development and validation is provided. The successful candidate will be the Lead Vet Tech/Nurse of the Skills Laboratory, providing direction for personnel and enhancing the RUSVM curriculum with teaching and model development aimed at refining clinical competencies of students.
The successful candidate will report to the Assistant Dean for Competency-Based Veterinary Education. In collaboration with the Assistant Dean, the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Director of Research and Innovation in Veterinary and Medical Education and Director of IT the candidate will develop, maintain, refine and validate strategies for clinical skills training, while also being directly responsible for clinical skills laboratory budget, operations, staffing, space and the purchase/development of technology and models.
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Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine (RUSVM) offers a unique program of training on the island of St. Kitts in the Caribbean. A cutting-edge curriculum, with innovative use of technologies and simulations, provides the best possible training for tomorrow’s veterinarians. Students benefit from seven semesters of integrated preclinical and clinical studies at our St Kitts campus, and one year of clinical training at our affiliate veterinary teaching hospitals in the United States, Canada, Europe and Australia.
Our ongoing research focuses on key issues strategically relevant to One Health in tropical and developing countries and includes zoonotic diseases, food safety and security, environmental health, and conservation medicine. We prioritize recruitment of talented faculty and are now seeking a key new member of our team to join us as we develop new programs to best prepare our graduates to face the global opportunities and challenges of veterinary medicine in the 21st century.