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Source: YOUR DVM CAREER

Student nails tuition contest from Hill's

September 1, 2006

Topeka, Kan. — Sarah Judd isn't stressed about paying the bursar's office this year.

Source: YOUR DVM CAREER

Compassion's fatigue

September 1, 2006

Considered a high-risk factor for compassion fatigue, euthanasia takes an emotional toll on the entire hospital staff, an expert says.

Source: YOUR DVM CAREER

GHLIT embarks on education tour

September 1, 2006

Tampa, Fla. — The American Veterinary Medical Association's Group Health and Life Insurance Trust (GHLIT) has boarded the student circuit in an attempt to education future DVMs about their services.

Source: YOUR DVM CAREER

Of life and death: Stop treatment points edge higher, DVM survey says

September 1, 2006

National Report — $1,451: It's the price most clients will stop treatment of a sick or injured animal, veterinarians report.

Source: YOUR DVM CAREER

5 questions on the most difficult decision

September 1, 2006

Editor's Note: DVM Newsmagazine asked Cheryl Weber, a grief counselor from the University of Illinois, to share her expertise and advice when a doctor is asked to euthanize a sick animal.

Source: YOUR DVM CAREER

Ethics of euthanasia

September 1, 2006

Practicing in the only health profession sanctioned to end life, Dr. Mary Welle vividly recalls the case.

Source: YOUR DVM CAREER

Tuition aid falls short for N.J. students

September 1, 2006

Trenton, N.J. — Ninety-two students from seven veterinary institutions are scrambling for last-minute tuition funds following a New Jersey budget battle that axed $650,000 from the state's $1.337 million Veterinary Medicine Education Program (VMEP).

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Why veterinarians stick with disastrous decisions

September 1, 2013

We practitioners have a terrible time admitting we've made a mistake. We need to get over it.

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Message to WVC students: Exceed your boss's expectations

February 19, 2013

Marsha Heinke urges attendees to aspire professional value, not just success.

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