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specific communication needs and expectations of cat or dog breeders or whether these needs and expectations align with those of veterinarians. Such information could be used to facilitate relationship-centered care between veterinary clinicians and this

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Relationship-centered veterinary care is a collaborative veterinarian-client partnership in which there is mutual understanding and recognition of the client's perspectives and expertise in the pet's care through shared negotiations and balance of

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Veterinarians are frequently recognized as a group that experiences higher rates of depression, anxiety, and suicidal ideation compared to the general population; recognized profession-specific stressors include the demands of veterinary practice and a high debt

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practices by stakeholders (ie, clients and referring veterinarians) have not been evaluated. Feedback from these stakeholders can be an important source of information to help hospital administrators to make informed decisions for optimal management of

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Introduction The National Alliance on Mental Illness estimates that 1 in 5 adults in the United States experiences mental illness and 1 in 25 experiences serious mental illness. 1 In comparison, a 2014 survey 2 of US veterinarians revealed

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the profession to provide guidance on approaches to the complex task of conducting effective client consultations. In a previous study, 2 median duration of a typical office visit was only 9 to 10 minutes, but during this time, the veterinarian must

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(PRRSV) into local herds, in the author’s experience (GS). Therefore, it is the duty of swine veterinarians, defined in this manuscript to include practicing (private and corporate), industry, research, academic, and regulatory (state and federal

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Since the beginning of the 21st century, health professionals (eg, veterinarians and medical doctors) involved in global health systems have been confronted with a number of challenges. 1–4 As Frenk et al 4 described, persistent challenges with

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, limited social outlets, health-related anxiety, and redesign of workplace procedures) have led to health concerns for this largely resilient group of professionals. 5 , 8 , 14 – 18 Some evidence suggests that veterinarians experience higher rates of

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prescription and administration are among the most common interventions for clinical veterinarians. In small animal first-opinion practices, veterinarians prescribe or administer medications in 83% (40/48) of their consultations. 5 However, veterinarians may

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