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Introduction Advancements in artificial intelligence (AI) and large language models have rapidly generated new possibilities for education and knowledge dissemination in various domains. In the field of healthcare, where effective clinical

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data separately, and disparities between the 2 coders were addressed. Participation incentives included a single $100 Visa gift card and 1 hour of virtual live veterinary nutrition–related continuing education. All participants were mailed the gift

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professional education in medicine and veterinary medicine have not always developed in parallel with these challenges. 6–9 For instance, described program outcomes (ie, competencies) may not be appropriately aligned with patient and population needs. 4 Owing

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competency should be taught or cultivated, with the opportunity to select any or all of 4 responses: prior to entering professional veterinary education, during preclinical professional veterinary education, during clinical professional veterinary education

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integral member of, the public health team. With the release of the PEW report in 1989, 2 veterinary medical education attempted to redefine itself to address broader societal needs beyond animal health care. However, subsequent reports 4,5 indicate

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Although veterinary medicine endorses high moral character and adherence to a code of ethics, to our knowledge, virtually no studies have examined the influence of veterinary medical education on the moral development of its students. Using the Kohlberg standard moral judgment interview, this study examined that relationship in a sample of 20 veterinary medical students (16.0% of the veterinary college's student body). The students were tested at the beginning and at the end of their veterinary medical education to determine whether their moral reasoning scores had increased to the same extent as those of other postgraduate students. It was found that normally expected increases in moral reasoning did not occur over the four years of veterinary medical education for these students, suggesting that their veterinary medical educational experience somehow inhibited their moral reasoning ability rather than facilitated it. With a range of moral reasoning scores between 313 and 436, the mean increase from first year to fourth year of 12.5 points was not statistically significant. Statistical analysis revealed no significant correlations between the moral reasoning scores on age or gender, although there were significant correlations with Medical College Admissions Test scores and grade point average scores.

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Introduction Incorporating honeybees in veterinary education is a timely idea for several reasons. Most importantly, regulations regarding the use of vertebrate species to teach veterinary medicine are becoming stricter, and an increased

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, may be necessary. 36 Most of the education that occurs around PSC happens in a clinical setting, where students are interacting with patients, witness errors firsthand, and have a personal stake in their cases. 35 Many PSC topics may already be

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safety education should be required for all practicing and future veterinary professionals. Why Veterinarians? Veterinarians play an important role in medication safety due to prescribing habits, client-patient-veterinarian relationship, and the

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behavior among children enrolled in a special education program at their school. The study was designed to test the hypothesis that children would show improvements in psychosocial and physical measurements at the end of the therapeutic riding program

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