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A second glance at financial expectations of first-year veterinary students I was happy to read the recent report on debt and salary expectations of first-year students at the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine. 1 However

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mouth was upsetting. As an instructor in a laboratory that teaches preveterinary students how to handle animals and how to properly handle a needle and syringe, and as the associate director of animal facilities at the University of Notre Dame, one of

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opportunity to help and encourage first-year veterinary students to realize the importance and usefulness of their new basic medical information and begin to integrate that information into their dream of pursuing clinical medicine. The article by Stelmach

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Reassessing admission requirements Moore et al, 1 in their study on courses required for admission to colleges of veterinary medicine, suggested that there might be some benefit for first-year veterinary students in replacing current

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Improving student wellness by promoting social fitness In recent years, wellness issues have become a major discussion topic in veterinary medicine. In most instances, however, discussions of wellness have been limited to mental and emotional

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Starting salaries and educational debt of year-2018 veterinary college graduates Our thanks to Drs. Bain and Salois for bringing back an improved summary report 1 of the AVMA's annual survey of fourth-year veterinary medical students. We

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students and Dr. John Andrews in his letter, 2 that help us better understand the challenges and opportunities in this area and encourage us to do better. And we are committed to doing so. Rather than viewing the Midwest as a deterrent to recruiting

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recent JAVMA News story “Speak my language” 1 with interest. At the Cummings Veterinary Medical Center at Tufts University, we offer a translation service staffed by student volunteers and faculty who can assist clients with languages other than

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all use of animals in biomedical education harmful. More important perhaps, and extremely concerning to me, was the statement by the authors that “apart from ethical concerns, it has been noted that some medical and graduate students have a strong

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