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and other online avenues. Course details are available at www.navc.com/hab . Condensed from April 1, 2018 , JAVMA News Environment: the bedrock of one health At first glance, veterinarians’ role in environmental health is less

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kittens and young cats and is most common in indoor, multicat environments such as shelters and catteries. In October 2015, Morris made a three-year, $1.2 million commitment to fund research that will advance understanding of FIP and to dedicate resources

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New policy addresses threat of lead toxicosis The AVMA has adopted a policy supporting efforts to mitigate the harmful effects of lead exposure on people, animals, and the environment. Meeting Nov. 17–19, 2016, at AVMA headquarters in Schaumburg

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, Prevent, Respond” will focus on the impact of interpersonal violence in the veterinary community. “LGBTQIA+ 1” and “LGBTQIA+ 2” will focus on exploring gender identity and creating supportive and inclusive environments for people who identify as lesbian

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Europe. Infestation in the U.S. warrants increased surveillance in animals and environments, the report added. Veterinary parasitologist Dr. Susan E. Little, who co-authored the MMWR article and is co-director of the National Center for Veterinary

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. According to the introduction: “Humans and animals have much in common. They share issues of health and disease and co-exist in common environments. Advancing technologies and science-based evidence are increasing awareness, knowledge, and understanding of

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humane conditions and acceptable environments. Politicians in New York City and Chicago have brought up the possibility of eliminating horse-drawn carriages in their cities in the past year, but no action has been taken yet. However, seeing the topic

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environment,” Dr. Mazet said. “It is really human actions—on this Earth—that are causing the majority of all disturbances and changes to our ecosystem. We can't just think about the problems. We need to think about the drivers of these problems, like land use

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, an equine practitioner from Texas, added that a garden has to thrive in its environment. She said veterinarians can get bogged down with looking at what is working for the top 10% of practices, by business measures, but they have to be OK with doing

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health. In addition, a collaborative and inclusive approach is essential for promoting healthy work environments that welcome all members of the team—not just those within the majority group. All individuals need to be accepted for who they are versus

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