Development of veterinary public health in the veterinary curriculum at Massey University
New Zealand Veterinary Journal, Volume 24, Issue 10, pp 217-220, Oct 1976
Article class: General Article
Animal Type: LivestockPublisher: Taylor and Francis
AbstractVeterinary public heatlth is an increasingly important facet of veterinary science with a very wide scope (Anon., 1975), and must be the concern of every veterinarian. The emphasis given to veterinary public health in the major veterinary schools in the world varies considerably, tending to reflect the country`s statutory requirements for veterinary involvement in food hygiene and the degree of acceptance by public health authorities of the role of veterinarians in a more general field of public health. There are several aspects of veterinary public health which require particular emphasis in New Zealand
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