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Find us:University of Ghana Campus, Legon, Accra

This course aims at introducing students to the concept of veterinary medicine as a critical support for animal food production, animal health and welfare and public health.  It explains the role that each subject area taught in the programme, plays in the acquisition of the knowledge base and practical skills expected of a Veterinary Practitioner.  The concept of “One Health” in the control of infectious diseases in domestic animals, wildlife and humans will be emphasized.


Reading List
Brooks, H. (2010) General Pathology for Veterinary Nurses, Wiley-Blackwell.
Maddison, J.E. (2015) Clinical reasoning in small animal practice, Wiley-Blackwell
Sargison, N. (2008) Sheep flock health: a planned approach. Wiley-Blackwell
Whatley,O.(2013) A beginner’s guide to become a professional veterinarian. 2nd Edition.
Veterinary Electronic Library
Yeates, J. (2013) Animal welfare in veterinary practice 2nd Ed. Wiley-Blackwell