The Provisions On The Education Requirements For The Veterinary Professional Qualification And For Institutions That Directly Controls Can Learn Practical Education In The Profession Of An Official Veterinarian

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par izglītības programmu minimālajām prasībām veterinārārsta profesionālās kvalifikācijas iegūšanai un par institūcijām, kuru tiešā kontrolē var apgūt praktisko izglītību veterinārārsta profesijā

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 489 in Riga, July 5 2005 (pr. No 38. § 3) rules on educational program requirements for professional qualification of the official veterinarian, and on the institutions that directly controls can learn practical education in the profession, Issued by the official veterinarian in accordance with the law "About the regulated professions and the recognition of professional qualifications" article 6, paragraph 2, first subparagraph, article 26 and article 27 of the fifth 1. determines the curriculum minimum requirements for veterinary medical professional qualification in Latvia to obtain professional qualifications be recognised abroad as well as institutions that directly controls can learn practical education of the veterinary profession. 2. Education in the professional qualification of the official veterinarian requires that this subject (course): minimum 2.1 2.1.1. basic subjects physics;
2.1.2. chemistry;
2.1.3. zoology;
2.1.4. plant biology;
2.1.5. biometrics;
2.2. Special items industry pamatzinātn (introduction to specialisation): 2.2.1. Anatomy;
2.2.2. Physiology;
2.2.3. biochemistry;
2.2.4. genetics;
2.2.5. Pharmacology;
2.2.6. pharmacy;
2.2.7. toxicology;
2.2.8. microbiology;
2.2.9. Immunology;
2.2.10. Epidemiology;
2.2.11. professional ethics;
2.2.12. cytology, histology and Embryology;
2.3. Special subjects: Veterinary obstetrics 2.3.1;
2.3.2. pathology (including pathological anatomy);
2.3.3. Parasitology and invasive disease;
2.3.4 clinical medicine and surgery (including anaesthetics);
2.3.5. the clinical lectures on domestic animals, poultry and other animal groups;
2.3.6. preventive medicine;
2.3.7. Radiology;
2.3.8. reproduction and reproductive diseases.
2.3.9. State veterinary medicine and public health;
2.3.10. veterinary organisation (State veterinary medicine and public health, veterinary legislation and forensic medicine);
2.3.11. the therapy;
2.3.12. clinical and laboratory diagnosis (propedeitik);
2.3.13. infectious diseases;
2.3.14. herd health;
2.4. animal breeding area: 2.4.1. animal production;
2.4.2. animal nutrition;
2.4.3. fodder production;
2.4.4. economic theory;
2.4.5. livestock farming;
2.4.6. animal and environmental hygiene;
2.4.7. the ethology and animal protection;
2.5. food hygiene: 2.5.1. feed and food of animal origin control and inspection;
2.5.2. food hygiene and technology;
2.5.3. the practice (including practical work in animal slaughterhouses and food processing areas). 3. the individual subjects (courses) permitted to master another subject (course), or combined with other subjects (courses). 4. the institution of a direct control can learn the practical education of the veterinary medical profession, is of Latvian Agricultural University. Informative reference to European Union directives, the regulations include provisions resulting from: 1) of the Council of 18 December 1978 Directive 78/1027/EEC on the approximation of the laws, regulations and administrative provisions of the rules relating to the coordination of the activities of veterinary surgeons;
2) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 14 May 2001, Directive 2001/19/EC, amending Council Directive 89/48/EEC and Council Directive 92/51/EEC on a general system for the recognition of professional qualifications and Council directives 77/452/EEC, Council Directive 77/453/EEC, Council Directive 78/686/EEC, Council Directive 78/687/EEC, Council Directive 78/1026/EEC, Council Directive 78/1027/EEC , Council Directive 80/154/EEC, Council Directive 80/155/EEC, Council Directive 85/384/EEC, Council Directive 85/432/EEC, Council Directive 85/433/EEC and in Council Directive 93/16/EEC concerning the nurses responsible for general care, dental practitioner, veterinary surgeons, midwives, architects, pharmacists and medical professions. Prime Minister, Health Minister g. Smith, Minister of education and science Druviet of I.