We advance animal, human and environmental well-being by educating and training exemplary veterinary scientists and clinicians and develop tomorrow’s veterinary scientists and clinicians through collaborative teaching and learning methods and high quality teaching staff.
Our graduate degrees provide opportunities to apply your veterinary knowledge as a clinician or researcher. Our Werribee teaching, research and clinical campus, which includes the U-Vet Werribee Animal Hospital and Equine Centre, serves over 25,000 animals a year and provides specialist referral services, 24-hour emergency and critical care and opportunities for staff and research students to test new treatments through clinical trials.
Strong relationships with a network clinics across Victoria gives students access to a range of mixed and production practices.
Through networking opportunities and experiences gained in the MVPH program, Dr Hall joined the Department of Environment and Primary Industries, and is now District Veterinary Officer – Loddon Mallee for the Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources. Sarah Hall discovered her interest in emergency animal disease response while working as a mixed practice vet near Bendigo, Victoria.
“This course has given me the opportunity to focus my interests in emergency animal disease and made my transition from private practice to government work possible. “I find the course complements my role as a District Veterinary Officer, and continues to provide me with opportunities in furthering my knowledge of EADs and their management. “Australia’s EAD response plans call for the rapid detection, diagnosis and control of foreign diseases. Training in emergency preparedness is crucial to ensure that we respond appropriately and minimise the potential impacts of such animal disease incursions.”
- Dr Sarah Hall