Journal Of Veterinary Medical Education

Fall 1994
Volume 21, Number 2



13TH VETERINARY MEDICAL EDUCATION SYMPOSIUM: DESIGNING A TEMPLATE FOR GRADUATE EDUCATION IN THE 21ST CENTURY

University of Illinois
June 4-6, 1994
Sponsored by Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges
and American Veterinary Medical Association


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Page 66
Prologue and Welcome

Page 68
Executive Summary: Economic and Postgraduate Education Survey

Page 70

Keynote Panel: Varied Perspectives on Current Issues, Problems and Concerns
A Model (Template) for Graduate Education for Veterinarians
Residency Programs
The Clinical Case as the Centerpiece of Graduate Education--Learning in a Clinical Context
Animal Industry Needs and Perspectives
Current Issues in PhD Programs

Page 76

Panel: Recruitment and Funding of Graduate Programs in Veterinary Medicine
Change and Response to Change
Graduate Education in Departments of Veterinary Science
USDA Support for Veterinary Medical Education Initiatives
Laboratory Animal/Comparative Medicine Training Opportunities

Page 82

Panel: Faculty Development and Mentoring
Mentoring Programs for New Faculty Members
Involvement of Young Faculty Members in Interdisciplinary and Regional Projects
Mentoring Inexperienced Faculty Members
Expanding the Definition of Scholarship: Creating Opportunities for Innovative Approaches to Teaching

Page 87

Panel: Resident vs. Degree Programs: Parallel or Sequential
Present Status and Proposed Models
Graduate Education in a Clinical Department
Small Animal Residency vs. Degree Programs
Resident vs. Degree Programs: Parallel or Sequential?

Page 94

Workshops
Recruitment and Funding
Faculty Development and Mentoring
Resident vs. Degree Programs: Parallel or Sequential?
Quality Assurance in Advanced Training Programs
Interinstitutional Postgraduate Training and Research Programs
Certificate Programs

Page 110
Summary

Page 116
Epilogue

Page 117
Speakers and Workshop Leaders