Having worked for 3 years at Liphook initially as a hospital assistant, then as a housevet and lately on the first opinion road vet team, Julie has recently taken a new position as an Internal Medicine Resident.
Registered with the European College of Equine Internal Medicine, the residency position consists of 3 years of clinical training, publishing research articles and attending/presenting talks at international congresses, before taking an examination to become a board-certified specialist.
Internal medicine specialists provide expert care for horses, ponies and donkeys with medical diseases. They promote research and contribute to increased knowledge and understanding of how diseases develop, how to diagnose them, how to treat them and how to prevent them.
Welcome to the hospital medicine team Julie, and best of luck in your new role!