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Education

Our DVM students benefit from course offerings and training in pain medicine, and it shows!

• 8 hours of core course work on pain physiology, assessment, and management

• students are trained to manage perioperative, trauma, and cancer pain while on clinical rotations

• seniors can take a practical pain week elective, building skills in assessment and treatment of pain

• they may elect to take a week long intensive course in advanced pain management

• students are encouraged to take continuing education courses offered at TCSVM

• creative application of knowledge during outside rotations at zoos, private practices and shelters

• student organizations present lectures on various pain topics

• students can choose to participate in research projects in pain medicine

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