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The shortage of veterinarians working in food supply veterinary medicine has been identified as a high priority, and several actions have been suggested to help alleviate the shortage of veterinarians in this discipline. 1–4 Addressing the

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urban, veterinary medicine has shifted to an emphasis on companion animals. 1 This shift has been accompanied by reports of shortages of veterinarians in practice disciplines related to food animal medicine and food safety, 2–5 compiled under the term

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medicine, no studies have been reported regarding the impact of such errors on veterinarians. To assess this issue and help guide the creation of programs to support veterinarians following medical errors, an understanding is needed of the impact these

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Despite the many benefits of veterinary work, 1 concerns have been raised regarding the relatively higher risk, compared with the risk for the general population, of poor mental health outcomes among veterinarians. 2–4 A relatively high rate of

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of infected ticks and animal hosts than can be found in endemic areas with a higher prevalence of the disease. 1,10 Therefore, lack of travel history to a borreliosis-endemic state historically precluded veterinarians and physicians in North Carolina

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Veterinarians perform various roles in US food animal industries. For example, in 2007, cow-calf operations primarily used veterinarians for diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease in animals. 1 In 2006, 83.2% of dairy operations used

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Veterinarians currently practice in an era of mass education, mass media, and mass consumerism, all of which have served to increase the demands and expectations imposed on them. 1 In 1999, the AVMA, American Animal Hospital Association, and

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The ability to form a trusting, honest relationship is important to any doctor-patient relationship. 1,2 This may be even more important in veterinary medicine than in human medicine because of veterinarians' reliance on clients for information

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Communication skills are recognized as of critical importance in the training of physicians. Thus, training methods for interpersonal and communication skills in human medicine have become well established. 1 Although veterinarians are also

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