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their surgical education. 1 , 2 Performance assessment (PA) is a critical part of surgical education, and the quality of assessment frequently determines the quality of learning in an instructional program. 2 – 7 Veterinary students may not receive

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general public. Both platforms have reached the hands of students in all educational sectors, sparking the urgent need to reevaluate our approach to education. With over 500 PubMed publications in the 9 months since its launch in 2022, use of ChatGPT in

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in Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association
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encouraging their students and recent veterinary graduates to consider vocational options that will enable them to add to knowledge of biomedical phenomena through research, which would help in improving the health and well-being of animals. Programs in which

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studies have evaluated clinician, nurse, and student weight estimations in veterinary medicine, and no weight estimation strategies have been devised for dogs and cats. Our study examined weight estimations by veterinarians, veterinary nurses, and

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key One Health outcomes for listing in the strategies for Healthy People 2020 and Healthy Animals 2010 . • Inform, engage, and solicit the support of medical, veterinary medical, and public health students and their respective organizations

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. The first consisted of third-year veterinary students who were knowledgeable about and had received training in open surgical procedures but did not have any previous experience performing laparoscopic procedures. To identify these individuals, an

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techniques and methods represented throughout the guidelines are generally recognized as routinely safe to perform and equally practicable whether used by veterinary students or seasoned practitioners. In fact, studies 3 , 4 have shown that the mortality

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website: avmajournals.avma.org Acknowledgments Funded in part by a student stipend from the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine Center of Excellence Summer Research Program, Knoxville, TN. The authors declare that there were

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