Rohini Roopnarine

Rohini Roopnarine, DVM M.Phil, EdD, MRCVS, Dipl. AVES



  • Diplomate (Hon.), American Veterinary Epidemiology Society (AVES), 2022
  • EdD: University of Liverpool, 2019
  • MPhil: University of the West Indies, School of Veterinary Medicine, 2005
  • BVSc: University of Liverpool, 1996

Dr. Roopnarine earned her DVM from the University of Liverpool, UK and her M.Phil in Veterinary Public Health from the University of the West Indies, School of Veterinary Medicine, Trinidad. After completing her DVM in the UK, she was a Clinical Scholar in Small Animal Studies at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Glasgow, Scotland, UK where she worked as a clinician and taught final year DVM students at the University’s small animal hospital. Dr. Roopnarine has a Doctorate in Education (Higher Education) from the University of Liverpool in the United Kingdom. The focus of her thesis was on evaluating the factors influencing the development of Interprofessional Education that includes One Health for medical (MD), veterinary (DVM) and dual degree MD and DVM Master of Public Health (MPH) students. Dr. Roopnarine was involved in the RCVS accreditation of the SVM by creation of the Veterinary Public Health Course: A Global Perspective within the GVH track.

Professional Expertise, Interests and Research Areas

  • Expertise in Medical education: Interprofessional Education, Qualitative methods, Mixed-Methods Research and Action research
  • Zoonoses
  • International One Health Expert & Consultant for the European Cooperation for Science and Technology (COST)
  • Research interests : Interprofessional Education; One Health education & dissemination