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1 UCD Diploma in Veterinary Nursing COURSE OUTLINE UCD Diploma in Veterinary Nursing School of Agriculture, Food Science & Veterinary Medicine University College Dublin Development of this programme was supported by the Leonardo da Vinci European Community Programme, project Transeq. The Eurosyllabus (VETNNET 2000) was used in the preparation of this programme. Permission to use this material is gratefully acknowledged. Copyright University College Dublin. Diploma in Veterinary Nursing All Rights Reserved.

2 Contents Page number: 3 Topics in Year 1, Semester One 4 Assessments & Role of UCD Registered Practice in Year 1, Semester One 5 Topics in Year 1, Semester Two 6 Assessments & Role of UCD Registered Practice in Year 1, Semester Two 7 Topics in Year 2, Semester One 8 Assessments & Role of UCD Registered Practice in Year 2, Semester One 9 Topics in Year 2, Semester Two 10 Assessments & Role of UCD Registered Practice in Year 2, Semester Two Topics in Year 3 15 Assessments & Role of UCD Registered Practice in Year 3 2

3 Year 1 In Year 1, students study concepts & material relevant to both large and small animal veterinary nursing unless otherwise stated. Year 1, Semester One: Topics: Reception & Management Skills in Veterinary Nursing -Taking a history -Basic veterinary terminology -Communication within a veterinary practice -Procedure for referral -Basic stock control -Maintaining records -Basic accounting -Pet Health Insurance -Computers in veterinary practice -Introduction to marketing & business planning -Health & Safety -Care & Use of equipment in veterinary practice Comparative Anatomy & Physiology I -Cell & tissue types -Musculoskeletal system -Anatomical terminology -Integument -Respiratory system -Digestive system -Cardiovascular system -Blood & the lymphatic system -Ear General Veterinary Nursing I -Introduction to performing clinical examinations -Introduction to fluid therapy -Inpatient care -Administering medication -Introduction to drugs in common use & dose calculation -Animal housing -The hospital environment, management of facilities for small animals -Animal behaviour -Restraint techniques -Breed recognition & methods for animal identification -Care and use of equipment in veterinary practice 3

4 Year 1, Semester One: Assessments: Continuous assessment by means of the following: 2 week rotation assessed by staff and/ or by oral and written presentations Portfolio of Veterinary Nursing Skills I (This is a significant body of work requiring the students to write-up case worksheets and reports on a variety of topics. Please refer to the student s Portfolio Guidance documents for further information on completion of Portfolio reports & worksheets) Year 1, Sem 1, Portfolio Report Titles: -Calming & restraining animals for examination & treatment -Intensive Care Report Year 1, Sem 1, Portfolio Worksheet Titles: -Discharge Instructions for a Hospitalised Animal Patient -Completing a Pet Health Insurance Form -Risk Assessment Form -Basic Management of Hospitalised Animal Patient-Case 1 -Kennel Management Procedures -Location of sites for blood sampling Written examinations at end of Semester One in each of the following: Reception & Management Skills in Veterinary Nursing Comparative Anatomy & Physiology I General Veterinary Nursing I Role of the Registered Practice: Liaising with student regarding dates for rotations and discussion of the Year Planner to ensure dates for Year 1 Orientation Day, lecture block, exams, rotation, continuous assessment submission dates, and study time are planned for in advance. Reviewing the Checklist of Practical Tasks booklet and ensuring student has sufficient opportunity to practise and complete tasks as appropriate in their registered practice. Following satisfactory completion of a task by the student, the qualified vet or vet nurse signs the Checklist for the task in question and also provides a specimen signature in the space provided at the front of the Checklist booklet. Ensuring Record of Employment is kept up-to-date and signed by the Practice Principal (as named on the UCD Practice Registration Form). Being available to answer student queries, liaising with student on Portfolio work, providing advice & assistance with written continuous assessment work. 4

5 Year 1, Semester Two: Topics: Comparative Anatomy & Physiology II -Reproductive system -Endocrine system -Urinary system -Eye, taste, olfaction -Body cavities -Physiology of movement, metabolism, temperature regulation -Surface Anatomy -Nervous system General Veterinary Nursing II -Physiotherapy -Therapeutic bathing & coat care -Body Condition Scoring & Nutritional management of small animals -Principles of disease prevention & small animal vaccination -Sampling Techniques -Basic training of pets -Introduction to dressings & bandages -Principles of asepsis in veterinary practice and disinfection Applied Veterinary Nursing -Small Animal Reproduction -Care of neonates & orphaned animals -Introduction to Genetics -Basic Embryology -Large Animal Reproduction -First Aid for animals -Basic First Aid for humans 5

6 Year 1, Semester Two: Assessments: Continuous assessment by means of the following: 2 week rotation assessed by staff and/ or by oral and written presentations Checklist of Practical Tasks (see below & student s copy for further details) Record of Employment (students must keep a record of the number of hours in paid employment in their registered practice; minimum 500 hours per year and 2,000 hours total at end of programme) Portfolio of Veterinary Nursing Skills I (This is a significant body of work requiring the students to write-up case worksheets and reports on a variety of topics. Please refer to the student s Portfolio Guidance documents for further information on completion of Portfolio reports & worksheets) Year 1, Sem 2, Portfolio Report Titles: -Basic Animal Care for the first time pet owner -Recognising urgent conditions and advising owners Year 1, Sem 2, Portfolio Worksheet Titles: -Basic Management of Hospitalised Animal Patient-Case 2 -Case involving zoonotic disease -Therapeutic Bathing & Coat Care -Case involving the Reproductive system -Case requiring First Aid -Case requiring Bandaging Written examinations at end of Semester Two in each of the following: Comparative Anatomy & Physiology II General Veterinary Nursing II Applied Veterinary Nursing Practical examination on all Year 1 Topics Role of the Registered Practice: Liaising with student regarding dates for rotations and discussion of the Year Planner to ensure dates for Year 1 lecture block, exams, rotation, continuous assessment submission dates, and study time are planned for in advance. Reviewing the Checklist of Practical Tasks booklet and ensuring student has sufficient opportunity to practise and complete tasks as appropriate in their registered practice. Following satisfactory completion of a task by the student, the qualified vet or vet nurse signs the Checklist for the task in question and also provides a specimen signature in the space provided at the front of the Checklist booklet. (Students are expected to have completed all the tasks for Year 1 before the submission date for their Checklist.) Ensuring Record of Employment is completed & signed by Practice Principal prior to submission date. Being available to answer student queries, liaising with student on Portfolio work, providing advice & assistance with written continuous assessment work. 6

7 Year 2 In Year 2, students study concepts & material relevant to mainly small animal veterinary nursing unless otherwise stated. Year 2, Semester One: Topics: Surgical Nursing I -Operating Room Practice -Preparation for Surgery/ Surgical Lists -Preparation of Surgical Team, Operating Room & Equipment -Surgical Instruments & Equipment -Sterilisation -Positioning animal & Preparation of surgical site -Assisting in providing Intra-operative Care -Suture Materials -Post-operative Care & Monitoring Recovery -Inflammation, Wound Healing & Wound Breakdown -Advising owners re surgery -Pre-operative preparation & care of animals Surgical Nursing II -Dental Nursing -Small Animal Anaesthesia & Analgesia Surgical Nursing III -Surgical conditions of the following: -Integument -Ear -Eye -Locomotor system -Abdomen (laparotomy) -Urogenital system -Oral cavity & Alimentary tract -Respiratory system -Nervous system -Circulatory system -Hernias & Ruptures -Tumours/ neoplasia -Reproductive system (Obstetrics) 7

8 Year 2, Semester One: Assessments: Continuous assessment by means of the following: 2 week rotation assessed by University Veterinary Hospital (UVH)staff and by oral and written presentations Portfolio of Veterinary Nursing Skills II (This is a significant body of work requiring the students to write-up case worksheets and reports on a variety of topics. Please refer to the student s Portfolio Guidance documents for further information on completion of Portfolio reports & worksheets) Year 2, Sem 1, Portfolio Report Titles: -Small Animal Anaesthetic Equipment -Small Animal Surgical Nursing Case Report Year 2, Sem 1, Portfolio Worksheet Titles: -Small Animal Surgical Nursing Case 1 -Small Animal Surgical Nursing Case 2 -Sterilisation Using an Autoclave -Small Animal Anaesthetic Monitoring Case 1 -Small Animal Anaesthetic Monitoring Case 2 -Specialist Areas in the Veterinary/ Veterinary Nursing Profession Written examinations at end of Semester One in each of the following: Surgical Nursing I Surgical Nursing II Surgical Nursing III Role of the Registered Practice: Liaising with student regarding dates for rotations and discussion of the Year Planner to ensure dates for Year 2 lecture block, exams, rotation, continuous assessment submission dates, and study time are planned for in advance. Reviewing the Checklist of Practical Tasks booklet and ensuring student has sufficient opportunity to practise and complete tasks as appropriate in their registered practice. Following satisfactory completion of a task by the student, the qualified vet or vet nurse signs the Checklist for the task in question and also provides a specimen signature in the space provided at the front of the Checklist booklet. Ensuring Record of Employment is kept up-to-date and signed by the Practice Principal (as named on the UCD Practice Registration Form). Being available to answer student queries, liaising with student on Portfolio work, providing advice & assistance with written continuous assessment work. 8

9 Year 2, Semester Two: Topics: Small Animal Medical Nursing I -Categorisation of Disease -Introduction to Epidemiology -Introduction to Pathogenesis of disease, contagion & infection -Small Animal Infectious Diseases -Inflammation & Hypersensitivity -Toxicology -Small Animal Parasitology -Small Animal Fluid Therapy (including Blood Transfusions, Central Venous Pressure Measurement, & Total Parenteral Nutrition) -Clinical Nutrition Small Animal Medical Nursing II -Common diseases of the following: -Integument -Sensory Organs (eye & ear) -Liver -Pancreas -Urinary tract -Reproductive system -Haematopoietic system -Nervous system -Endocrine system -Respiratory system -Circulatory system -Alimentary tract -Musculoskeletal system Special Topics in Veterinary Nursing -Administration of First Aid & Organising Ongoing Treatment -Structure of the Profession & Ethics -Exotics 9

10 Year 2, Semester Two: Assessments: Continuous assessment by means of the following: 2 week rotation assessed by University Veterinary Hospital (UVH)staff and by oral and written presentations Checklist of Practical Tasks (see below & student s copy for further details) Record of Employment (students must keep a record of the number of hours in paid employment in their registered practice; minimum 500 hours per year and 2,000 hours total at end of programme) Portfolio of Veterinary Nursing Skills II (This is a significant body of work requiring the students to write-up case worksheets and reports on a variety of topics. Please refer to the student s Portfolio Guidance documents for further information on completion of Portfolio reports & worksheets) Year 2, Sem 2, Portfolio Report Titles: -Small Animal Fluid Therapy -Small Animal Medical Nursing Case Report Year 2, Sem 2, Portfolio Worksheet Titles: -Exotic Case -Small Animal Fluid Management- Case 1 -Small Animal Fluid Management- Case 2 -Small Animal Medical Nursing Case 1 -Small Animal Medical Nursing Case 2 -Procedure in the event of Notifiable Disease Outbreak Written examinations at end of Semester Two in each of the following: Small Animal Medical Nursing I Small Animal Medical Nursing II Special Topics in Veterinary Nursing Practical examination on all Year 2 Topics Role of the Registered Practice: Liaising with student regarding dates for rotations and discussion of the Year Planner to ensure dates for Year 2 lecture block, exams, rotation, continuous assessment submission dates, and study time are planned for in advance. Reviewing the Checklist of Practical Tasks booklet and ensuring student has sufficient opportunity to practise and complete tasks as appropriate in their registered practice. Following satisfactory completion of a task by the student, the qualified vet or vet nurse signs the Checklist for the task in question and also provides a specimen signature in the space provided at the front of the Checklist booklet. (Students are expected to have completed all the tasks for Year 2 before the submission date for their Checklist.) Ensuring Record of Employment is completed & signed by Practice Principal prior to submission date. Being available to answer student queries, liaising with student on Portfolio work, providing advice & assistance with written continuous assessment work. 10

11 Year 3 In Year 3, students study mainly large animal veterinary nursing. However, Diagnostic Techniques (i.e. Laboratory Work & Diagnostic Imaging) & Veterinary Therapeutics contain material relevant to both small and large animal species. Year 3: * Note Year 3 will become semesterised & modularised in Topics: Diagnostic Techniques Large Animal Nursing Veterinary Therapeutics & Large Animal Anaesthesia Diagnostic Techniques -Diagnostic Imaging -Laboratory Work -Introduction to laboratory work -Laboratory equipment -Clinical pathology techniques -skin scrapes & hair samples -blood samples -urine samples -faecal samples -other samples -cytology -Microbiology (bacteria, viruses, fungi) -Large Animal parasitology 11

12 Large Animal Nursing EQUINE -Equine Husbandry & Care -housing/ optimal environmental conditions -nutrition -behaviour/ handling & restraint -parasite control/vaccination -hygiene -dental care/hoof care/castration -identification & routine documentation -equine practice procedures -toxicology -Equine Medicine -infectious diseases -medical diseases of the different body systems -intensive care for critically ill equine -neonatal medicine -Equine Surgery -surgical diseases of the different body systems -post-operative complications -tumours, hernias & ruptures -blood transfusions, CSF taps, myelograms -Equine First Aid -emergencies/ euthanasia/ transportation BOVINE -Bovine Husbandry & Care -bovine breeds -bovine behaviour/restraint & handling -hoof care/castration/dehorning -parasite control/vaccination -hygiene/ housing & optimal environmental conditions -nutrition -dairy cattle production -beef cattle production -Bovine Medicine -infectious diseases -medical diseases of the different body systems -neonatal medicine - Recognition of important & notifiable diseases & procedures in event of an outbreak -Bovine Surgery -surgical diseases of the different body systems -tumours, hernias & ruptures -Bovine First Aid -emergencies/ euthanasia/ transportation 12

13 SHEEP & GOAT -Sheep & Goat Husbandry & Care -breeds -sheep production -housing/hygiene -nutrition -behaviour/ handling/restraint -reasons for culling -parasite control/vaccination -castration/docking/dehorning (goats) /dipping/dental care/hoof care -Sheep & Goat Medicine & Surgery -common medical & infectious diseases -neonatal medicine LARGE ANIMAL REPRODUCTION & OBSTETRICS -Fertility & infertility -Parturition & Dystocia -Post-partum care of dam & neonate -Infertility in the mare -Reproductive failure in the cow -Infertility in sheep -Infertility in male large animals -Hormonal drugs associated with reproduction GENERAL & DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE -Dept. of Ag. regulations -Meat inspection -Preventative Healthcare & Public Health/ Zoonoses -Public Health & Food Safety GENERAL SURGICAL NURSING -Large Animal Surgical Equipment 13

14 Veterinary Therapeutics & Large Animal Anaesthesia -Large Animal Anaesthesia & Analgesia -Large Animal Fluid Therapy -Introduction to pharmacology -Administration of medicines -Therapeutic groups -Drugs used to treat the nervous system -Anaesthetics & Analgesics -Respiratory system -Cardiovascular system -Renal & Urinary Tract -Gastrointestinal -Nutritional products -Hormonal, endocrine & reproductive -Skin -Ophthalmic & aural -Anti-infective drugs -Anti-parasitic drugs -Fluid & electrolyte replacements -Immune system & steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs -Anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) -Immunostimulant drugs (vaccines) -Pharmacy -Abbreviations used -Legal Acts & Regulations -Drug withdrawal times for food-producing animals -Categories of medicinal substances & restrictions which apply to each category -Identification of drugs (generic & proprietary names, data sheets) -Dispensing & labelling -Care, storage & handling of drugs -Stock Control -Weights & measures commonly used in veterinary medicine -Recognising drug concentrations & calculating dose rates 14

15 Year 3: Assessments: Continuous assessment by means of the following: 1 week Diagnostic Imaging rotation assessed by University Veterinary Hospital (UVH)staff and by oral and written presentations 2 week elective rotation in an animal/ veterinary based elective assessed by supervising staff and by written report Checklist of Practical Tasks (see below & student s copy for further details) Record of Employment (students must keep a record of the number of hours in paid employment in their registered practice; minimum 500 hours per year and 2,000 hours total at end of programme) Portfolio of Veterinary Nursing Skills III (This is a significant body of work requiring the students to write-up case worksheets and reports on a variety of topics. Please refer to the student s Portfolio Guidance documents for further information on completion of Portfolio reports & worksheets) Year 3 Portfolio Report Titles: -Large Animal Medical Nursing Case Reports - Large Animal Surgical Nursing Case Reports Year 3 Portfolio Worksheet Titles: -Dispensing Records -Large Animal Fluid Management Cases -Laboratory records involving different sample types -Diagnostic Imaging Case records -Large Animal Anaesthetic Monitoring Charts -Large Animal Preventative Healthcare Written examinations (all topics) at end of Semester Two. Practical examination (steeplechase & observed tasks) on all Year 3 Topics Role of the Registered Practice: Liaising with student regarding dates for rotations and discussion of the Year Planner to ensure dates for Year 3 lecture blocks, Lab & Exam Preparation week, exams, rotations (elective & Diagnostic Imaging), continuous assessment submission dates, and study time are planned for in advance. Reviewing the Checklist of Practical Tasks booklet and ensuring student has sufficient opportunity to practise and complete tasks as appropriate in their registered practice. Following satisfactory completion of a task by the student, the qualified vet or vet nurse signs the Checklist for the task in question and also provides a specimen signature in the space provided at the front of the Checklist booklet. (Students are expected to have completed all the tasks before the submission date for their Checklist.) Ensuring Record of Employment is completed & signed by Practice Principal prior to submission date. Being available to answer student queries, liaising with student on Portfolio work, providing advice & assistance with written continuous assessment work. 15

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