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Lucy Scarborough

Posted: Wednesday the 24th February, 2021. 15h28

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Overview: I am a final year veterinary student at The University of Nottingham due to graduate in the summer of 2021. I am passionate about both small animal and farm animal practice and am particularly interested in cattle herd health planning in particular in relation to mastitis and endemic disease control to improve welfare as well as small animal emergency care and surgery. I am interested in a mixed veterinary surgeon role where I will have the opportunities to continue developing my interpersonal skills with clients, decision making and surgical skills as well as make use of my excellent team work, communication and rapport building skills as these are all aspects of the role which I enjoy the most. I have gained lots of farm veterinary experience from my farm track rotations in my final year of University where I focussed heavily on herd health planning, as well as plenty of weeks of small animal and farm veterinary experience from undertaking my clinical EMS placements throughout my time at University.

Gender: Female
Current location: United Kingdom
Qualifications: BVM BVS BVMedSci
Qualified at: University of Nottingham
Country qualified: United Kingdom
RCVS registered: No
Been qualified for: I'm a new grad
Type of practice I have experience in: Mixed
Sole charge experience: No
Accommodation needed: No
Drivers licence: Yes
Availability: Beginning of June 2021
Special Interests: Cattle herd health planning in particular mastitis and endemic disease control, small animal surgery and emergency care.
Computer skills:
Desired location: Lancashire, Cumbria, West Yorkshire

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