Candidates are required to be a Registered or Listed Veterinary Nurse. In addition, a minimum of a second class degree in veterinary nursing or an animal science subject; alternatively the Dip AVN (RCVS) with evidence of success in level 6 study. You will also need time, energy and commitment.
Months of entry
The PgC Veterinary Oncology Nursing course looks at three interesting aspects of the veterinary nurse as an oncology practitioner:
- Veterinary Oncology, Pathophysiology and Diagnostic Support
- Veterinary Oncology Treatment and Nursing Care
- Veterinary Analgesia and Pain Management
Fees and funding
For full funding details please see the website.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Heather Hogan