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Introduction Physician attire has been rigorously evaluated in human medicine, and it is well established that the attire worn by a doctor influences the patient’s perceptions of competence and can impact the physician-patient relationship. 4

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regarding history, clinical signs, and environmental factors that may be important for diagnosing an animal's medical condition. In human medicine, patients prefer that their physician be formally attired and wearing a white coat. 3–8 Indeed, many studies

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impressions are important for establishing a positive physician-patient relationship. In human medicine, attire is often a component of a patient's first impression of a physician or health-care provider. 4–6 Attire, facial expressions, gestures, posture, and

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In the report “Investigation of the effects of veterinarians' attire on ratings of trust, confidence, and comfort in a sample of pet owners in Canada” ( J Am Vet Med Assoc 2020;256:1268–1276), the proportion of participants who agreed that

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Special Report Clients' attitudes toward veterinarians' attire in the small animal emergency medicine setting Physicians who wear more formal attire inspire more trust and confidence and are perceived to have higher empathy than physicians who wear

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study by Sugerman-McGiffin et al 1 regarding clients' perceptions of veterinarian attire in a small animal emergency medicine setting. Having myself always dressed in what the authors classified as a professional style of attire, I found it surprising

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Sciences. Clients’ attitudes toward veterinarian’s attire in the small animal emergency medicine setting. doi: doi.org/10.2460/javma.253.3.355 JAVMA Residents Christina De Armond, University of Florida. Accuracy of virtual surgical planning and

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Health Sciences. Clients’ attitudes toward veterinarian’s attire in the small animal emergency medicine setting. doi.org/10.2460/javma.253.3.355 JAVMA Residents Christina De Armond, University of Florida. Accuracy of virtual surgical planning

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.1038/23028 Questions of attire I was, to put it mildly, shocked by the findings of Coe et al 1 in their recent study on companion animal owners’ perceptions of appropriate veterinarian attire. Being part of the baby boomer generation, I entered the University of

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intended to characterize cleaning and disinfection policies, the use of follow-up microbiologic culture to evaluate disinfection efficacy, the use of policies governing attire, and policies regarding segregation and isolation of patients. In the last

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