Kieron Salmon

BVSc PhD PGCert(HE) FHEA MRCVS

Kieron SalmonKieron qualified from Liverpool Vet School in 1996. He spent one year in equine practice followed by two years in small animal practice. He then returned to Liverpool University to complete a PhD in Equine Nutrition and Gastroenterology, followed by a post-doctoral research position.

He has always had a desire to teach so he joined Liverpool Vet School as a lecturer in anatomy and small animal studies, followed by a senior lectureship in pre-clinical sciences and clinical skills. He completed a Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education in 2011. His main teaching areas are anatomy, gastrointestinal physiology and clinical skills.

Kieron was director of admissions for Liverpool University for five years, and is currently the Head of Veterinary Education. He established the clinical skills laboratory at Liverpool Vet School and led the design and implementation of Liverpool's new undergraduate curriculum.

His academic interests include development of anatomy teaching resources, clinical skills training and assessment (in particular exam analysis and standard setting). He is also keen on computer programming and database development.

 

Council Member category

Appointed: University of Liverpool, 2015 - 2020

 

Committee membership

  • Examination Appeals Committee

Declaration of interests

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Consultancies

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Appointments to other bodies

Chair of VETNET LLN

Membership of other veterinary or allied organisations

British Veterinary Association (BVA)

Employment

Equine practice (Hamden Veterinary Hospital, Aylesbury)

Small animal practice (Birch Veterinary Centre, Birkenhead)

Small animal practice (Fern Grove, Liverpool)

PhD student (University of Liverpool)

Post-doctoral research associate (University of Liverpool)

University Lecturer in Anatomy & Clinical Skills (University of Liverpool)

University Senior Lecturer in Veterinary Pre-clinical Sciences & Clinical Skills (University of Liverpool)

Head of Veterinary Education (University of Liverpool)

Qualifications (other than veterinary qualifications listed in the Register)

PhD

PGCert (HE)

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