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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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Introduction Traditionally, consultations between veterinarians, pet owners, and their pets have largely occurred face-to-face in the same physical location. Recent advancements in technology and internet innovation have enabled veterinarians

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. Instead, these books tend to portray veterinarians as White adults working in veterinary practices with dogs, cats, and exotic animals, with the book covers depicting veterinarians as White women. 11 The How I Became a Veterinarian chapter book 12 was

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animals. Cost, accessibility to clinics, cultural/language barriers, a lack of pet owner education and poor veterinarian-client relationships have been identified as the most common barriers to veterinary care. 9 These barriers disproportionality affect

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of time. 15 Some studies 16,17 have found that veterinarians have significantly greater problems with musculoskeletal pain than dentists and nurses, who have already been identified as having a higher risk of musculoskeletal pain than the general

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the common choices of antimicrobials by veterinarians for various conditions of the dogs. The unique analysis from the study can provide clinicians with evidence-based information on common antimicrobial drug usage in dogs stratified by infectious

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and Methods A questionnaire was developed and distributed by the VIN, a password-protected online community of veterinarians. The survey consisted of 24 multiple-choice questions, (Supplementary Appendix S1, available at avmajournals

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should be considered early in the developmental phase of the project. 14 Veterinarians are not immune to the coming changes in science. Does a researcher in any field of science, including veterinary medicine, really risk criminal sanctions if they

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