Suggestions Regarding Veterinary Education Based on the National Standard Veterinaran Qualification Examination in China

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The national standard veterinarian qualification examination, which starts running in 2010 in China, is a major reform about management system of veterinary practitioners. The veterinary education is subjected to a new requirement due to the performance of the national standard veterinarian qualification examination. In the current review, the overview of veterinary education in Heilongjiang Bayi Agricultural University (HBAU) was described, and some positive suggestions were provided about the veterinary clinical diagnostics course, which is an important compulsory course undertaken by undergraduate, based on the national standard veterinarian qualification examination in China.

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Wang, J. , Zhang, X. , Guo, D. , Guo, J. , Wu, R. and Sun, D. (2015) Suggestions Regarding Veterinary Education Based on the National Standard Veterinaran Qualification Examination in China. Creative Education, 6, 1270-1273. doi: 10.4236/ce.2015.612126.

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