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Title: Veterinary Education in the Middle East: Perspective of an OIE Twining Project on Veterinary Education


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Veterinary Education in the Middle East
Perspective of an OIE Twining Project on
Veterinary Education
  • Ehab Abu-Basha, DVM, MSc, Ph.D
  • Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
  • Jordan University of Science and Technology
  • Irbid, Jordan

2
Introduction-I
  • What are the roles of the Veterinary Colleges?
  • Build the necessary knowledge needed to ensure
    that vets are able to perform their roles!!!
  • Animal Health
  • Animal Welfare
  • Public Health
  • Build the student thinking of issues related to
    ethical behaviors.
  • Promote self learning and building the
    confidence.
  • Continuing education.

3
Introduction-II
  • In the Middle east region, there is about 60
    Veterinary colleges.
  • All follow a five-year program.
  • Students are directly accepted after finishing
    high school.
  • Most of the schools lack appropriate distribution
    of the Basic vs Clinical courses in curriculum.
  • Most colleges have no or minimal role in
    continuing education.

4
Challenges that Face Vet. Education in the ME
  • Lack or inadequate governmental support.
  • Student enrollment.
  • High cost of credit hours.
  • Lack of accreditation body.
  • Curriculum (theory more than practical).
  • Admission criteria/ student interest.
  • Board certified clinicians.

5
Promoting Vet Education in the ME
6
Community Awareness of Veterinary Education
7
Promotion flyers
8
Promoting Vet Education in the ME

9
Promoting Vet Education in the ME
  • JUST is currently an EAEVE associate member

10
Promoting Vet Education in the ME
11

Promoting Vet Education in the ME
JUST Intervention
12
Admission to Vet College at JUST
3 Steps Scheme
13

Promoting Vet Education in the ME
  • High Quality Applied Research
  • Help stakeholders
  • Applied
  • Examples Vaccine development
  • External funding
  • Developmental projects

14
OIE Vet. Education Twining Program
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OIE Vet. Education Twining
  • Objectives
  • Jointly agreed by the OIE and the Directors/Deans
    of the participants and endorsed by the National
    Delegates to the OIE of the countries concerned
  • To create more centers of excellence for
    veterinary education in geographical areas that
    are currently under-represented.
  • To achieve a better balance in the global
    distribution of well-educated veterinarians.

16
JUST-RVC Twining Project
  • JUST objectives
  • Achieving the full EAEVE accreditation
  • Technical assistance, guidance and training.
  • Establishment a joint MSc/PhD program
  • The full proposal is in the final stage of
    preparation
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