Department: Professional Services

Campus: Hawkshead

Jane is the Assistant Director of EMS working under Professor Karla Lee to oversee the Clinical Extra Mural Studies component of the BVetMed course.

Jane Tomlin graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in 1992 and spent a year in mixed practice in Essex before undertaking a 2 year internship at Glasgow University where she obtained her Certificate in Small Animal Surgery. After a few years travelling and locum work Jane returned to the Royal Veterinary College to complete a 3 year European College of Veterinary Surgeons (ECVS) Residency Programme in Small Animal Surgery obtaining her EVCS Diploma in 2002. Jane then worked in the clinics at the Queen Mother Hospital for Animals (QMHA Website) as an orthopaedic surgeon before successfully obtaining a LIVE Fellowship in 2005.The main aspect of her work as a LIVE Fellow was to implement the assessment of clinical reasoning skills using EMQs for the Final Year Examinations. Jane is also interested in professionalism, student selection and the motivations for choosing a career as a veterinary surgeon and this formed the basis of her Masters degree obtained in 2009. Jane has been working as the Assitant Director of EMS since Sept 2010.

Tomlin, J.L., Brodbelt, D.C. and May, S.A. (2010) Influences on the decision to study veterinary medicine: Variation with sex and background. Veterinary Record, 166, 744-748.

Tomlin, J.L., Brodbelt, D.C. and May, S.A. (2010) Veterinary students’ understanding of a career in practice. Veterinary Record, 166, 781-786.

Tomlin, J., Pead, M. and May, S. (2008) Veterinary Students’ Attitudes toward the Assessment of Clinical Reasoning Using Extended Matching Questions. .Journal of Veterinary Medical Education 35 (4) 612-621.

Tomlin, J., Pead, M. and May, S (2008) Attitudes of Veterinary Faculty to the Assessment of Clinical Reasoning Using Extended Matching Questions. Journal of Veterinary Medical Education. 35 (4) 622-630

Tomlin J, Pead MJ, Lloyd DH, Howell S, Hartmann R, Jackson HA, et al. (1999) Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus infections in 11 dogs. Veterinary Record 144:60–4.

Tomlin JL, Lawes TJ, Blunn GW, Goodship AE, Muir P. Fractographic examination of racing greyhound central (navicular) tarsal bone failulre surfaces using scanning electron microscopy. Calcif Tissue Int 67: 260-266, 2000.

Tomlin JL, Pead M J, Langley-Hobbs S J, Muir P. (2003) Radial carpal bone fracture in dogs.Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association 37 (2) 173-178

R J Hardie; S P Gregory; J Tomlin; C Sturgeon; V Lipscomb; J Ladlow
Cyclosporine treatment of anal furunculosis in 26 dogs.


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