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JAVMA News Veterinary students, recent graduates, college representatives, employers, governmental agencies, and veterinary associations discussed possible methods to reduce the debt burden on students and new veterinarians. In other news

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of the Month See page 44 Anesthesia Case of the Month See page 49 Pathology in Practice See pages 57, 61 commentary Optimizing client and student learning from the brain's perspective Although clients and students

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1252 Ability of veterinary medical students to perform laparoscopic versus conventional open ovariectomy in dogs Laparoscopic procedures are gaining popularity in veterinary practice, raising questions as to whether veterinary school curricula

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JAVMA News A smaller percentage of U.S. homes had pets in 2011 than did in 2006, but nearly two-thirds of pet owners considered their pets to be family members. America's first veterinary professor taught only a few students, but many of the

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function 2 days after surgery. See page 215 Special Report Evaluation of various hemostatic knot configurations performed by veterinary students In a 1-hour training session, an experienced surgeon showed veterinary students how to

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in Professional Education Development of an optional clinical skills laboratory for surgical skills training of veterinary students Historically, surgical skills in veterinary medicine have been taught through standard didactic lectures combined

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of appearance. See page 1163 workforce development Attitudes toward becoming a veterinarian in a group of undergraduate agriculture and biomedical science students A survey of students enrolled in 2 undergraduate-level veterinary

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calculation of relative risks, odds ratios, and hazard ratios. See page 322 workforce development Gender differences in salary and practice ownership expectations of matriculating veterinary students Surveys of first-year veterinary students

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pages 623, 627 commentary Student-run free clinics: providing more than care Student-run free clinics are an emerging instructional model in veterinary medicine that provide benefits not only to the community but also to the students

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students accumulating unreasonable amounts of debt? Overall, AVMA senior student survey data suggest that the amount of educational debt new graduates accumulated was generally not unreasonable, given the expenses these students faced during their years

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