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When graduating from veterinary school, veterinary professionals must be ready to enter the complex veterinary profession. Therefore, one of the major responsibilities of any veterinary school is to develop training programmes that support students’ competency development on the trajectory from novice student to veterinary professional. The integration of learning and assessment in the clinical workplace to foster this competency development in undergraduate veterinary education was the central topic of this thesis.
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- Competency-based veterinary education: an integrative approach to learning and assessment in the clinical workplace
Harold G. J. Bok
- Bohn Stafleu van Loghum