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JAVMA News Veterinarians in rural areas describe the communities, cultures, and professional considerations that drew them to their practices and discuss what could entice future generations to follow in their footsteps. A GAO report and a

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the public find veterinarians who can provide general or specialized care. See page 778 Letters to the Editor See page 802 What Is Your Diagnosis? See pages 817, 821 Pathology in Practice See page 827

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study were eliminated, mean starting salary was $61,633. Mean educational debt among those with debt was $119,803. See PAGE 1067 SPECIAL REPORT Perceptions of veterinarian-client communication in companion animal practice Veterinarian

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JAVMA News As funding dwindles, veterinary schools and colleges look to strategic plans and new revenue sources for help. The veterinarian likely to become the next AVMA president-elect says unity is key to maintaining the

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. See page 537 Small Animals An online survey of current fluid therapy practices in dogs and cats Results of an online survey of small animal veterinarians emphasized the need for clear, easy-to-use, evidence-based guidelines for the use

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JAVMA News From its beginning, JAVMA has focused on publishing reports that reflect the latest scientific advances in the profession while still providing information of interest to practicing veterinarians. In other news, the Bureau of

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in Public Settings, 2013 The Compendium of Measures to Prevent Disease Associated with Animals in Public Settings provides recommendations for public health officials, veterinarians, animal venue operators, animal exhibitors, visitors to animal

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UPDATE Anthrax Because anthrax occurs worldwide and the causative organism can potentially be used for bioterrorism, veterinarians should understand the epidemiology, clinical signs, treatment, and control of anthrax. See PAGE 63

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Editor 348 Commentary Veterinarians as advocates for animal rights 350 Most veterinarians describe themselves as advocates for animal welfare, but eschew the term animal rights. I believe the terms are inseparable, as animal welfare is

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veterinarian-client communication and veterinarian and client satisfaction with veterinary visits before and after 3 veterinarians underwent a 6-month communication skills training program in a practice setting. After the training program, appointments were

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