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Organisation structure

Clinic of Birds, Exotic and Free Living Animals

Teaching activities

Clinical and pedagogical activities are currently provided by pedagogical and scientific staff and doctoral students who work independently but under the supervision of a veterinary surgeon, teacher. There is a close relationship between clinical and pedagogical activities, as clinicians are presented to students in practical exercises. During the course of a week, clinicians undergoing day-to-day care of clinicians conduct clinic placements so that they are involved in the diagnostic, therapeutic and preventive activities of the clinic. The clinical activities of the Clinic of Birds, Exotic and Wild Animals also include bee diseases. Pedagogical activities include issues of bee breeding and diseases. Emphasis is placed on infectious, invasive diseases and diseases of the environment, their diagnosis, therapy and prophylaxis.

General veterinary medicine:
  • Diseases of Bees
  • Breeding and Diseases of Reptiles and Terrarial Animals
  • Diseases of Small Mammals and Laboratory Animals
  • Diseases of Exotic, ZOO Animals and Reptiles
  • Diseases of Poultry
  • Clinical Practice
Post bachelor study programme General veterinary medicine:
  • Diseases of Bees
  • Breeding and Diseases of Reptiles and Terrarial Animals
  • Diseases of Small Mammals and Laboratory Animals
  • Diseases of Exotic, ZOO Animals and Reptiles
  • Diseases of Poultry
  • Clinical Practice
Post bachelor study programme General veterinary medicine for Joint study programme graduates:
  • Diseases of Bees
  • Breeding and Diseases of Reptiles and Terrarial Animals
  • Diseases of Small Mammals and Laboratory Animals
  • Falconry and Wild Life Rehabilitation