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Students at the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine have developed two student-run free clinics to provide veterinary care in underserved communities. The VeTouch program serves pet owners in urban Minneapolis in collaboration

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in AJVR with a student, intern, or resident author. These new awards support our commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion, and provide an opportunity for our senior authors to publicly recognize the contributions of their students, interns

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published in JAVMA with a student, intern, or resident author. These new awards support our commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion, and provide an opportunity for our senior authors to publicly recognize the contributions of their students, interns

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Introduction An integral component of the Sydney School of Veterinary Science’s revised postgraduate curricular design is the incorporation of student-centered learning activities that foster the development of learner self-efficacy. An

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Introduction A veterinary outreach project initiated a decade ago by the Western College of Veterinary Medicine (WCVM) has evolved into a thriving program that benefits veterinary students and residents of northern Saskatchewan communities

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York, 1 even though the number of active student loan borrowers decreased from about 12 million in 2010 to about 9 million in 2015, the aggregate outstanding balance for all borrowers continued to grow because many borrowers were not repaying older

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collaborative care and systems-based practice in expanded clinical environments. The Interprofessional Practice and Education (IPE) program at Western University of Health Sciences (WesternU) was established in 2008 to include graduate healthcare students

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Although veterinary medicine endorses high moral character and adherence to a code of ethics, to our knowledge, virtually no studies have examined the influence of veterinary medical education on the moral development of its students. Using the Kohlberg standard moral judgment interview, this study examined that relationship in a sample of 20 veterinary medical students (16.0% of the veterinary college's student body). The students were tested at the beginning and at the end of their veterinary medical education to determine whether their moral reasoning scores had increased to the same extent as those of other postgraduate students. It was found that normally expected increases in moral reasoning did not occur over the four years of veterinary medical education for these students, suggesting that their veterinary medical educational experience somehow inhibited their moral reasoning ability rather than facilitated it. With a range of moral reasoning scores between 313 and 436, the mean increase from first year to fourth year of 12.5 points was not statistically significant. Statistical analysis revealed no significant correlations between the moral reasoning scores on age or gender, although there were significant correlations with Medical College Admissions Test scores and grade point average scores.

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If there is one word to describe the 180 individuals from across the veterinary profession who participated in a three-day student debt summit held at Michigan State University this past April, it is committed . To a person, each of us who

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College of Business, exemplifies Cornell’s forward-thinking approach to preparing students for the veterinary profession and helps them make connections to students from other degree programs. Advances in veterinary medicine require innovation in the

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