Master Certificate The Master of Arts in Bioethics program provides rigorous, advanced, and interdisciplinary training for professionals and students interested in social and ethical challenges in health care and the life sciences. Students in the program are connected with a dynamic network of experts, like-minded professionals, scholars, and resources in order to prepare themselves professionally to address ethical considerations in biomedicine. Rapid scientific discovery, the development of technological medicine, and globalization have raised new questions and concerns about how we develop new biomedical technologies and provide health care to growing populations. All students must have a degree from an accredited four year college or university before beginning the program.
Contact Us Redding Mobile Veterinarian: Heather Evans has been surrounded by animals from the very start. Born into a rural home in the California foothills with horses, beef cattle, dogs, cats and rabbits, Dr.
Evans said at the age of 5 that she wanted to become a veterinarian. Evans did her undergraduate work at UCLA and majored in biology.
It was in Los Angeles at her first job in a small animal veterinary hospital where Dr. Evans knew veterinary medicine was her true passion. Learning about dog and cat diseases, reptile and avian husbandry, and the close bond between a pet owner and their veterinarian at L.
While attending vet school, Dr. The group traveled to dog and cat shows all over Northern California, helping people to choose breeds based on family dynamics and teaching about the tremendous pet overpopulation problem in the U. She also supplemented her learning and income by working her way through school as a technician at an emergency and specialty hospital in the Sacramento area.
Graduating inDr. Evans came straight to Redding to work for Dr. Ken Haynes at Hilltop Veterinary Hospital. During her work with pets here, she began looking for effective alternative treatments to help her patients when western medicine failed to cure.
Evans finished her coursework and internship with the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society and incorporated Chinese medicine into her treatment plans. By combining the effective diagnostics and treatments of western medicine with the acupuncture, herbs, and lifestyle changes of Chinese medicine, Dr.
Evans has been able to help pets live longer and happier lives. In the past 10 years, family has become an important part of Dr.
Married to her husband, Will, inthe couple have two young daughters, Madeline and Charlotte. Her love of dogs and helping others brought her to Prescription Pets of Redding, an organization that trains people and their pet partners in animal assisted therapy. With others in this group, Dr.
Evans and her standard poodle, Porter, have brought joy to patients and children by visiting nursing homes, hospitals, and schools.
Animals are still one of Dr. So to add to the mengerie of horses, chickens, dogs and cats at her home, Dr. Evans purchased two Alpine dairy goats in With an interest in supplying wholesome, raw milk to her family, she became involved with the local dairy goat society and eventually with dairy goat showing.
If not working, Dr. Evans can occasionally be found out on a trail ride on a sunny weekend or enjoying some much needed time with her husband and children.View Dr. Ethan Evans’ profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community.
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All states require that prospective teachers have at least a bachelor’s degree and complete a state-approved teacher preparation program to receive certification. African American Studies Contact Person Dr. Valerie Babb Director, Institute for African American Studies A Holmes/Hunter Academic Building –– Description of the Program The Institute for African American Studies provides a central focus for study of the impact of African American contributions upon human culture.
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