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A/Prof. Martin Cake

Project Leader; Team Member: Veterinary resilience study

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BSc, BVMS, PhD. Associate Professor Martin Cake teaches veterinary and comparative anatomy, and has coordinated development of the Veterinary Professional Life program at Murdoch University, Western Australia. read more...
He recently collaborated with Professor Susan Rhind on the Best Evidence Medical Education (BEME) Review "Which non-technical veterinary graduate attributes are important? Consensus and evidence". He was an associate on the 2007-2009 Australian Learning and Teaching Council (ALTC) project "Curriculum Development and Assessment Methods to Enhance Communication and Life Skills in Veterinary Students", which directly informs this VetSet2Go project. Martin was co-awarded an ALTC Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning for his leadership in Murdoch’s Veterinary Professional Life program. His research interests include comparative anatomy, connective tissue biology (bone and cartilage), and veterinary education.