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veterinarians, we have initiated a laparoscopic skills training laboratory at our institution, with the long-term goal of developing and obtaining validation evidence for a skills training program for veterinary surgeons. Fundamentals of Laparoscopic Surgery

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, statistics on the prevalence of animal abuse in the United States are nearly impossible to compile. Findings of the limited studies on this subject suggest that most veterinarians have encountered at least 1 abuse case. Landau 5 found that 87% of 15 randomly

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Introduction V eterinarians are exposed to a variety of health hazards during a typical day in clinical practice. Documented hazards include injury, mental distress, zoonotic diseases, radiation, and chemical exposure. 1 – 6 Veterinarians

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Every 2 years since 1984, the AVMA has conducted an economic survey of US veterinarians. The purpose of the survey is to obtain information on incomes of veterinarians employed in private practice or public and corporate positions and to obtain

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, however, in academic veterinary medicine, with recent reports projecting labor shortages and numerous studies focusing on the challenges of recruiting veterinary faculty. 1 – 5 For veterinarians who have completed a clinical residency training program

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In the article “Definitions of research animal, laboratory animal, laboratory animal veterinarian, research veterinarian, and research animal veterinarian” ( J Am Vet Med Assoc 2021;258:254–255), the correct spelling for the first representative

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Introduction The Veterinary Consortium for Research Animal Care and Welfare is a new group composed of representative veterinarians from the American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine, American Society of Laboratory Animal Practitioners

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or treat patients with more advanced disease, or assistance in managing the time demands of case management. 2,5 When a horse is referred for treatment, the veterinary health-care team extends from the primary care veterinarian and clinic to include

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Veterinarians expect new graduates to be most proficient at the procedures, skills, and areas of knowledge used most frequently in their practices. 1 If provided adequate training during veterinary school, new graduates could be largely self

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such regulations and other efforts over time may be assessed, and data are limited regarding veterinarians' perceptions and attitudes about AMR and factors influencing the use of AMDs. Historically, sales data had been used to quantify AMD consumption

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