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veterinarians would report leaving their pentobarbital or firearm storage unlocked during business hours. Aim 2 was to utilize focus groups to examine what methods of means safety for pentobarbital and firearms would be feasible and acceptable for veterinarians

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. One method for achieving this is through the use of focus groups, wherein participants can openly share their views, opinions, and ideas regarding client expectations. In recent years, the focus group method has become an increasingly common and

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providing high-quality care. Recently, we conducted a focus group study to develop a better understanding of the needs and expectations of veterinary clients and the challenges veterinarians face in meeting those needs and expectations. Content analysis of

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National Institute of Antimicrobial Resistance Research and Education conducted 10 focus groups (1 in person and 9 virtual), as well as online pre- and postmeeting surveys, to capture opinions from different stakeholder groups and characterize their

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reported by small animal veterinarians. In the present study, we conducted a qualitative exploration through veterinary focus groups to broaden the investigation of barriers to nutrition communication that small animal veterinarians face in practice and

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continuing education program to promote adoption of AMS principles and practices in the dairy industry. Materials and Methods The project consisted of 3 dairy veterinarian focus groups and an expert opinion study. The project was reviewed and provided

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barriers to judicious AMD use. Materials and Methods Study design and participant recruitment Focus groups of companion animal veterinarians were formed and conducted in February and March 2021. Veterinarians were initially recruited to

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influence when and to whom equine patients are referred and of the relationship between rDVMs and specialists in equine medicine. Materials and Methods Study design The study consisted of 6 focus groups that met between December 2 and 4, 2012, at

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practice and identify pet owner expectations for weight-related communication and veterinarian challenges when discussing pet weight. Materials and Methods Five pet owner and 3 veterinarian focus groups were conducted between July and October 2019

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experts, development of language stimuli (messages), three 2-hour online focus group sessions with pet owners, and 1-hour one-on-one interviews with 5 pet owners selected from the focus groups. All study phases were designed and implemented by members of a

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