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here focused on pregnant women and women of childbearing age working in veterinary practice. Reproductive hazards common in the veterinary workplace can be categorized as chemical, biological, and physical hazards. Chemical hazards include contact with

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information included in them reflects the overall success of a veterinary practice creates an opportunity to identify financial management factors that may contribute to the long-term success of independently owned practices. For the present study, ratio

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This article is the fifth of a series of reports summarizing highlights of the 1992 Biennial Economic Survey findings. A full report entitled Economic Report on Veterinarians and Veterinary Practices provides detailed economic statistics and trends from the 1992 survey and previous surveys.

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(VCPI). The urge for veterinarians to communicate value in practice, along with the evolution of veterinary practice, and the inclusion of veterinary support staff (VSS) in these conversations warrants the need to revisit examining cost conversations in

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inclusion and provide services to a more diverse population of clients, thereby expanding his or her veterinary practice and increasing the number of animals receiving appropriate veterinary medical care. 3 Despite the growing recognition of the value of

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The elevation of companion animal status in Western society brings attention to the role of the HAB in private veterinary practice. Results of surveys by the American Animal Hospital Association 1 and KPMG 2 suggest that most pet owners consider

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mixed animal veterinary practice, in that all of these may reasonably be considered to include components of RVP. 6 From these studies, it appears that the perceived shortage of veterinarians in RVP may be attributable, at least in part, to a lack of

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opportunities to experience RVP throughout their training in veterinary school. ABBREVIATIONS FFA Future Farmers of America RVP Rural veterinary practice a. Copies of the questionnaire are available from the corresponding author on request

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it serves would ultimately benefit both clients and veterinarians. An effective veterinary-client-pet relationship is essential to veterinary practice. Legally and ethically, such a relationship must exist before a veterinarian can prescribe

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