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Prof. Susan Rhind

Lead: Client expectations study

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BVMS, PhD, FRCPath, PFHEA, MRCV. Professor Susan Rhind is Chair of Veterinary Medical Education and Director of Veterinary Teaching at the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies, University of Edinburgh, Scotland. read more...
She is Fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists (FRCPath) and was the first veterinarian to become Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (PFHEA) in 2014. She graduated from Glasgow University Veterinary School and, following 3 years in general veterinary practice, she studied for a PhD in immunology at the University of Edinburgh. She subsequently specialised as a pathologist and has since developed a major interest in all aspects of veterinary education. Her current areas of research include assessment and feedback, e-learning, curriculum design and the student experience, and the use of models to support veterinary education. She has published widely in pathology and in veterinary education, and regularly speaks at national and international conferences. Susan collaborated with A/Prof. Martin Cake on the 2015 Best Evidence Medical Education (BEME) Review “Which non-technical veterinary graduate attributes are important? Consensus and evidence”.