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prevent zoonotic diseases. 10 For this reason, veterinarians in clinical practice have a unique opportunity to become involved in efforts to prevent zoonotic diseases in their clients, their staff members, and themselves. A previous study, 11 however

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, veterinarians, animal venue operators, animal exhibitors, visitors to animal venues and exhibits, teachers, camp operators, and others concerned with control of disease and with minimizing health risks associated with animal contact in public settings. The

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-health practitioners, veterinarians are well positioned to diagnose and treat animals affected by HABs and to educate livestock owners and the public about human risks and environmental issues associated with those toxic events. Pets, livestock, wildlife, and marine

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a novel set of infection control guidelines for veterinarians. 6,7 A cohort study 8 of potentially exposed veterinary personnel working in veterinary practices in which prairie dogs associated with the outbreak were examined as patients identified

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medicine, no studies have been reported regarding the impact of such errors on veterinarians. To assess this issue and help guide the creation of programs to support veterinarians following medical errors, an understanding is needed of the impact these

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, and France. A veterinarian and rancher were each ordered to pay $10,000 for involuntarily killing 5 golden eagles and 2 bald eagles after the eagles fed on the pentobarbital-euthanized carcasses of 2 mules. 15 Relatively little was known about

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Despite the many benefits of veterinary work, 1 concerns have been raised regarding the relatively higher risk, compared with the risk for the general population, of poor mental health outcomes among veterinarians. 2–4 A relatively high rate of

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Whereas the current veterinarian workforce is comprised of approximately equal numbers of male and female clinicians, a 2010 study found that 80% of students enrolled in veterinary colleges are female. 1 Given the increasing gender shift in the

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Introduction Veterinarian-client communication skills are essential to primary care veterinary practice. 1 , 2 The quality of veterinarian-client communication has been associated with client satisfaction, 3 client adherence to a

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of infected ticks and animal hosts than can be found in endemic areas with a higher prevalence of the disease. 1,10 Therefore, lack of travel history to a borreliosis-endemic state historically precluded veterinarians and physicians in North Carolina

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