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Editorial Calendar 2019

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EDITORIAL CALENDAR 2019


WINTER 2019

Vital Signs
Nutrition: Pancreatitis
The Exam Room: Preventative Care for Cats
Trends in Veterinary Nursing: Opioid Shortage
From the Field (Banfield): 2018 State of Pet Health (Derm/Skin Allergies)

Features
CE: Immune-Mediated Skin Disease
Case Report: Missing Canine Tooth in a Persian Cat
Steroidogenesis and Adrenal Disease: Behind the Scenes
The Veterinary Nurse in Patient Pain Management

The Extra Mile
Career Challenges: The Role of the Veterinary Nurse in Hospice and Palliative Care
What Moves You? Making a Difference as a Veterinary Nurse
Final Thoughts: Is Suicide Preventable?

SPRING 2019

Vital Signs
Nutrition Notes: What Do Prebiotics and Probiotics Really Do?
The Exam Room: How to Use Simulated Training to Practice Skills
Trends in Veterinary Nursing: The Impact of Illicit Drugs in Small Animals
From the Field (Banfield): Role of the Veterinary Nurse

Features
CE: Anesthesia: Minimizing Risks for Geriatric Dogs and Cats
Case Report: Treating Digit Osteosarcoma in a Dog
The Veterinary Nurse’s Complete Guide to Toxicology
Fear Free – Making Visits Less Stressful for Patients

The Extra Mile
Career Challenges: Managing a Nursing Team After Being Promoted
What Moves You? Volunteering at a Rural Area Veterinary Services (RAVS) Clinic
Final Thoughts: How to Beat Burnout

SUMMER 2019

Vital Signs
Nutrition: Alternative Ways to Weight Loss Conversation
The Exam Room: Talking to Clients About Tick-Borne Disease
Trends in Veterinary Nursing: To Be or Not to Be: Veterinary Nurse Union
From the Field (Banfield): 3rd Annual Veterinary Emerging Topics Report (Osteoarthritis)

Features
CE: Uncommon Congenital Cardiac Disorders of Dogs and Cats
Case Report: The Case of the Self-Mutilating Bird
How to Recognize, Treat and Prevent Heatstroke
Canine Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy

The Extra Mile
Career Challenges: The Challenges and Rewards of Working With Exotics
What Moves You? Deploy to Help ASPCA Cases
Final Thoughts: The General State of Veterinary Nursing Around the World

FALL 2019

Vital Signs
Nutrition: Post-Surgical GI Upset
The Exam Room: Talking to Clients About Owner Compliance
Trends in Veterinary Nursing: Regenerative Medicine and Pain Management for Orthopedic Patients
From the Field (Banfield): 2019 State of Pet Health (Obesity and Osteoarthritis)

Features
CE: Leptospirosis in Dogs
Case Report: Ingested Sewing Needle in a Maltese
Fanconi Syndrome in Dogs
Surgical Nurses in Orthopedic Cases and Post-Operative Care

The Extra Mile
Career Challenges: Are You the Bully in the Clinic?
What Moves You? Dog Show Handlers and Veterinary Nurses
Final Thoughts: The Veterinary Nurse and Disaster Relief


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