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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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Introduction Studies 1 – 10 have repeatedly documented mental health challenges such as depression, anxiety, stress, and burnout (BO) among veterinarians, including higher suicide rates than in the general population. The wellbeing of the

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Tennessee veterinarians and physicians regarding the risk for and prevention of zoonoses among companion animal owners with HIV infection or AIDS. Similar studies 14,15 have been performed to assess the role of veterinarians and physicians in preventing

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, cost-effective ways to prevent infectious diseases. 20 Yet there has been increasing concern expressed by veterinarians around the world that vaccine compliance rates are decreasing. 21 A study 22 in the US found wide variability in companion animal

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commercial poultry industry. 14,15 Because HPAI is maintained in a wildlife reservoir, there will be future outbreaks in domestic poultry, which makes it imperative to prepare for that contingency. Veterinarians, along with extension specialists

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of veterinarians in Europe and Canada; however, less is known about the appropriateness of antimicrobial prescribing practices among US veterinarians. Case selection, antimicrobial selection, and timing and duration of administration were found to be

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methods used in human medical communication 9 to analyze videotapes of veterinarian-client-patient interactions during clinic appointments and identify broad communication patterns 10 along with types of utterances, their proposed functions, and their

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A positive veterinarian-client-patient relationship is critical for promoting trust and confidence between a veterinarian and client and for fostering client compliance and patient care. 1,2 Studies 3–6 in human medicine have found that first

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Introduction The demand for veterinary services is projected to grow rapidly through 2026, 1 – 3 creating the need to attract and retain small animal veterinarians. Driven in part by the fact that increasing numbers of pet owners view their

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Introduction Traditionally, veterinary practices have been privately owned and operated by an individual veterinarian or a small group of veterinarians. 1 However, in recent years, a number of large corporations have purchased and

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