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AVMA Future Leaders

I was very disappointed to see this article 1 written without credit to the AVMA Future Leaders Class of 2015-2016 who researched and spearheaded the inclusion of the ProQOL survey into the AVMA annual survey that facilitated this wonderful research. I am a member of that future leaders class and task force, and a large amount of work went into determining a validated questionnaire that could serve the profession and individuals as an evaluative mental health tool. In addition, requesting permission to use the tool and then meeting with the AVMA Economics colleagues to include it into their survey was all

AVMA Future Leaders

I was very disappointed to see this article 1 written without credit to the AVMA Future Leaders Class of 2015-2016 who researched and spearheaded the inclusion of the ProQOL survey into the AVMA annual survey that facilitated this wonderful research. I am a member of that future leaders class and task force, and a large amount of work went into determining a validated questionnaire that could serve the profession and individuals as an evaluative mental health tool. In addition, requesting permission to use the tool and then meeting with the AVMA Economics colleagues to include it into their survey was all