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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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climate (ie, the employee perception of employer commitment to safety) has been found to strongly correlate with injury rates and the adoption of safe work practices. 8–10 Inaccurate perceptions of various risks may induce stress and poor workplace

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diagnostic testing to screen for exposure to tick-borne diseases, and whether the routine use of acaracides or borreliosis vaccination is recommended as a component of routine health care. Enhanced understanding of the geographic differences in perceptions

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People's perceptions of animals and the human-animal bond transformed the veterinary profession over the past century. 1 For many families, pets are ascribed child-like status, 2 which impacts the nature of veterinarian-client interactions. 3

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patient care and specialty oncologic care. 14 – 16 Similarly, there is limited but powerful objective evidence that supports the value of communication between clients and veterinarians. 16 , 17 This includes some qualitative work evaluating perceptions

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dog with chronic pain. To our knowledge, few studies investigating dog owners' perceptions of chronic pain in their pets have been published. Therefore, the purposes of the study reported here were to develop a better understanding of how owners of

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perceptions and expectations when discussing pet weight with veterinarians is lacking. The objectives of the study reported here were to explore and compare veterinarians’ and pet owners’ perceptions of pet weight–related communication in companion animal

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, both the veterinary ophthalmologist and client must be satisfied with the results. Therefore, the purpose of the study reported here was to compare client perception of outcome of phacoemulsification in dogs with information obtained from medical

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veterinary postgraduates' perceptions of careers in academic medicine highlights a considerable gap in the veterinary medical literature on career choice. To the authors' knowledge, no studies have investigated the effect of veterinarians' perspectives on

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evaluate attitudes and perceptions toward free-roaming cats among individuals living in Ohio and to examine differences in attitudes and perceptions between cat owners and non-cat owners and among individuals living in various residential areas (ie, urban

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