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, adequately, or smoothly. 3 Despite these expectations, only 13% of students reported exposure to arthrocentesis during any phase of their veterinary curriculum. 4 In most veterinary schools, frozen-thawed cadavers are utilized for teaching laboratories as

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. 3 The result is an increased need by veterinary students to borrow funds while pursuing their education and a corresponding escalation in educational debt at the time of graduation. From 2003 to 2013, mean educational debt for the approximately 90

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graduate's opportunity to gain licensure as a veterinary medical practitioner and because the NAVLE is the only currently available standardized measure of clinical ability used by all veterinary colleges in the United States and Canada. Measures of student

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the recruitment and retention of veterinary medical educators has emerged concurrent with other issues facing our profession. Without intervention, we feel the looming shortage of veterinary medical educators required to instruct students and house

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Many veterinary educators have moved away from the use of procedures-based methods toward the use of skills-based approaches to teaching surgical techniques to their students. 1,2 Because of animal welfare concerns and financial constraints

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Colleges of veterinary medicine have an obligation to provide veterinary students a curriculum that includes training in a variety of technical and nontechnical (eg, business and communication) skills. Balancing these requirements is challenging

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public and food animal vs equine vs companion animal) and location (rural vs urban) of practice. Recent studies 6–8 have examined the practice type preferences of veterinary students and whether those preferences change during the course of their

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Introduction Employers see communication skills as an important attribute of recent veterinary graduates in making hiring decisions. 1 – 3 Likewise, final year veterinary students and recent graduates identify communication skills as a top

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realization that veterinary students were probably unaware of gender disparities in earnings in the veterinary profession. Although starting salaries are published annually in the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association , salaries for

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technique taught to students. Complications have been reported in up to 13.7% of dogs undergoing routine ovariohysterectomy, 4 and hemorrhage has been reported as the most common complication after elective ovariohysterectomy in teaching institutions where

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