Commentary: Is it time to establish a Certificate of Veterinary Pathology degree in the Middle East?

2017 ARC Journal of Animal and Veterinary Sciences  
The objective of this work is to suggest the establishment of a Certificate of Veterinary Pathology degree in the Middle East in order to collaborate with other Veterinary Pathology Colleges worldwide. Discussion includes the importance of creating a Veterinary Pathology College that is streamlined with the other veterinary pathology colleges across the globe. Sincethere are currently no colleges offering a veterinary pathology degree in the Middle Eastern territories, and with the diversity of
more » ... th the diversity of animals and diseases that are native to these regions, creating this specialized degree that is in accordance with the standards of the profession, will afford unified global communication and dissemination of research findings. Additionally, it will enhance worldwide education within the profession that will specifically impact the public health domain. Furthermore,discussion of facilitating a global approach in the creation of a Certificate of Pathology degree to this region should include all countries in the region.The existence of certification is still based on three main benefits that includeeducation, economics and public health for the Middle East territory and will support world veterinary cooperation.
doi:10.20431/2455-2518.0301004 fatcat:srvpt2qqnra3xk4xeeauf7pyzi