Asian College of Conservation Medicine

Diploma Certificate

Asian College of Conservation Medicine (ACCM) was founded by Asian Society of Conservation Medicine in 2012. ACCM awards a diploma certification in conservation medicine. The college is part of the veterinary specialization scheme in Asia and is accredited by the Asian Board of Veterinary Specialties (AiBVS). The primary objective of ACCM is to advance conservation medicine in Asia and increase the competency of those practicing in this field. Candidates wishing to take the ACCM examination must meet the requirements of the Asian College of Conservation Medicine Diploma Certification Exam in order to be eligible.

Contact Dr Manabu Onuma (monuma@nies.go.jp) for any questions.

The Asian College of Conservation Medicine Diploma Certification Exam Eligibility Rules Ver.3

 (Qualifying score at least 500 points)

*study and research period in graduate school is also acceptable as an experience period.

**THE MERCK VETERINARY MANUAL http://www.merckvetmanual.com/

1, Exotic and Laboratory Animals

http://www.merckvetmanual.com/exotic-and-laboratory-animals

2, Nutrition: Exotic and Zoo Animals

http://www.merckvetmanual.com/management-and-nutrition/nutrition-exotic-and-zoo-animals 

3, Zoonoses

http://www.merckvetmanual.com/public-health/zoonoses

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