World Horse Welfare is now accepting applications for its 2018 Bursary Scheme.
The aim of the scheme is to promote a greater understanding of equine welfare issues amongst the vets of tomorrow. The scheme is designed to support veterinary students and encourage you to undertake an equine option during your degree studies, or as part of any university-approved additional studies you embark on. It aims to develop greater understanding of both equine welfare and World Horse Welfare’s role.
All enquiries and applications should be sent to Dr Andrew Higgins at email@example.com. The deadline for submission of applications is 31st January 2018. to develop greater understanding of both equine welfare and World Horse Welfare’s role.
The bursary programme may be undertaken in the UK or abroad. The charity will consider applications to work at one of its four UK Rescue and Rehoming Centres (Norfolk, Somerset, Lancashire or Aberdeenshire) or as part of one of its overseas projects (worldhorsewelfare.org/ International-Work). However, bursaries are not restricted to World Horse Welfare programmes if appropriate justification can be provided.
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The World Horse Welfare Undergraduate Bursary Scheme is available to veterinary students in their later years undertaking a degree course at a veterinary school in the UK or Ireland.
The aim of the scheme is to promote a greater understanding of equine welfare issues amongst the vets and farriers of tomorrow.
Bursaries currently underway:
- Comparative impact assessment of community-based intervention to improve working equid welfare welfare in Cambodia: Catrina Prince, 2016
- Investigation of owner knowledge, health and welfare of working equids in rural communities surrounding Durban, South Africa: Laura-Rose Knight, 2016
- A study on the prevalence of and factors associated with lameness in the working horse population in Nicaragua: Alex Walker, 2016
- Recognising and assessing pain in working equines through the use of an educational intervention including a mobile technology APP: Keana McCosh, 2016
Past bursaries include:
- Owner awareness, knowledge and understanding of equine infectious diseases in Choluteca, Honduras: Kirsten Anderson, 2015
- Head and mouth discomfort in working horses, Mexico: Edwina Lawson, 2015
- Corprological prevalence and intensity of gastrointestinal parasitism in the working ponies of the Kampong Chan and Kandal provinces, Cambodia: Charis Holmes, 2015
- Evaluating coprological prevalence of gastrointestinal parasites in the working equids of Guatemala: Chelsea Grimstad, 2014
- A study to investigate risk factors for musculoskeletal disorders and related lameness in the working equids in Mexico: Caroline Abbott, 2013
- A study into ocular disease of working horses of Choluteca, Honduras: Elizabeth Starky, 2013
- Hoof and mouth lesions in working equids of Nicaragua: Katy Butler, 2012
- Coprological Prevalence Of Helminth Infection In Working Equids in Zaragoza, Guatemala: Michael de Cozar, 2010
- Seroprevalence of Streptococcus equid in working horses in Lesotho: Antonia Ling, 2009.
- A study into internatal parasites in working horses of Kampong Chan and Kandal provinces, Cambodia.
- A study into ocular disease in the working horses of Choluteca, Honduras
- An investigation into spider bites in Central America
- A Study of the Awareness and Attitude of the UK Equine Industry to an Unwanted Horse Population
- Idiopathic Headshaking; a review of current treatments and a Post Mortem study to investigate the current surgical technique