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Reports 1–4 published from 1980 to 1995 indicate that veterinarians from the United States and California have a higher risk of suicide than the general population. A survey conducted in 2014 5,6 showed that US veterinarians had a higher

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In recent years, concerns have been expressed over the supply and distribution of veterinarians to meet increasing societal demands for animal care and a safe food supply. 1 In particular, the supply of food animal veterinarians as well as

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the observations, issues, and proposed remedies discussed in Schafer's book are relevant to the situation in American schools of veterinary medicine. Veterinarian-scientists, clinical investigators responsible for patient care and equipped through

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evidence of a causal relation between these 2 patterns has not been established, there is little doubt that trust between veterinary practitioners and their clients can play a major role in clients’ attitudes toward and perceptions of veterinarians and the

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Several studies 1–4 published in the past decade have identified a gap between the content of the veterinary school curriculum and the actual skills required to be a successful veterinarian. In particular, multiple studies have indicated that

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Introduction Several studies have identified that veterinarians experience more psychological stress such as anxiety, depression, burnout, and compassion fatigue than the general population. 1 – 3 Examination of these psychological stressors

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in surveys. Concerns about the inclusion of faculty are that many may never have been employed in private practice or they are so enmeshed in their specialty that they have lost focus of the broad requirements for veterinarians in general practice

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career paths may occur with postgraduate training. Practice type has been shown to influence veterinarians' incomes, 4 , 5 , 6 but the interaction of gender and practice type on income is not well understood. Veterinary medicine is one of the few

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to therapeutic purposes by prescription only. 1 However, substantial gaps in both availability and delivery of AMS education to current and future veterinarians working with food-producing species remain. Antimicrobial stewardship is touted as an

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veterinarians, we have initiated a laparoscopic skills training laboratory at our institution, with the long-term goal of developing and obtaining validation evidence for a skills training program for veterinary surgeons. Fundamentals of Laparoscopic Surgery

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