Personal/Professional DevelopmentThe path to a happier team and practice is led by practice management willing to do more to support the team to keep them happy, as well as team members willing to give feedback and bring up new information.
Diversity, Equity, and InclusionWhile the reasons for the lack of diversity in veterinary medicine are complex and awareness of the need for change is growing, experts say complacency with the status quo risks the vibrancy and wellbeing of the profession.
NutritionKeeping the lines of communication open is extremely important when a client is considering feeding a home-prepared diet, whether raw or cooked, to their pets.
ParasitologyLyme disease is the most common tick-borne disease in the United States. Client education is key to prevention.
Practice ManagementImproving your clinic’s ability to provide thoughtful, detailed postoperative instruction helps to ensure a more smooth recovery for the pet, the owner, and your clinic.
Infectious DiseaseInformation is power. By keeping your clients informed, you can help them feel confident that they are protecting their dog from the risks of parvovirus infection.
OphthalmologyThis review examines corneal anatomy and physiology, basic classifications of corneal ulcers, what owners need to know about caring for dogs with ulcers, and monitoring patients with corneal ulcers.
OncologyThis rare oncologic malignancy is difficult to treat and thus has a high mortality rate.
Radiology/ImagingWith proper training, veterinary nurses can perform TFAST and AFAST scans on emergent patients.
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