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, owners may consider their own lifestyle factors such as the ability to physically perform treatments, return for recheck appointments, or provide special support at home for their pets ( Figure 1 ) . Figure 1 Illustration of the spectrum of care in

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professional competencies throughout the program; Entrustable Professional Activities used in the clinical settings, including with years 1 through 3 students in the Frank Stanton Veterinary Spectrum of Care Clinic; and use of Milestone ratings in end

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offer, a wide spectrum of care options for a given condition and therefore may be unable to communicate to clients the relative effectiveness and costs of options along this spectrum.” This challenge has been documented many times, and veterinary

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, much less the most advanced. The concept of a spectrum of care has gained momentum in veterinary medicine largely in acknowledgment of this and in recognition of the fact that intensive, technologically sophisticated, and expensive healthcare may not

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peers. Spectrum of care has recently been defined in the veterinary literature as “the wide range of care options that veterinarians can provide.” 19 Veterinarians have expressed concerns about potential liability for failing to meet the state

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balanced approach by providing hands-on learning across a spectrum of care considerations. This provides students experience with technological advances and higher cost options in specialty rotations as well as a range of care options that can be provided

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investigate concerns over pet owners' access to veterinary care and possible solutions. This commentary is intended to further raise awareness of this issue and extend a dialogue around the concept of spectrum of care. Spectrum of Care Veterinarians have

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Diversity, building on the success of this model. Experiential education is another cornerstone of UMN’s program, integrating clinical and professional skills early and often. Our Community Medicine program is an Access to Care/Spectrum of Care initiative

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support student learning and development. Focus on Spectrum of Care Within the Veterinary Teaching Hospitals In 2017, BVS developed the new role of “Veterinary Clinical Demonstrator.” These roles are held by a team of 12 experienced primary care

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clinical environments can be even more challenging. From concepts such as teams and teamwork in veterinary healthcare, access to veterinary care, spectrum of care, roles and responsibilities of veterinary healthcare team members, to complicated economic

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