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DVM Newsmakers
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Video: Interview with the Animal Medical Center's Kathryn Coyne

August 1, 2010

The Animal Medical Center turned 100, and its new CEO Kathryn Coyne talks about its future.

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DVM Newsmakers: Entering a new era

August 1, 2010

New York, N.Y. — Flanked by a cadre of veterinarians, support staff, a Maltese, German Shepherd and others, the new CEO of the Animal Medical Center (AMC) gathered her new team to ring the bell.

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Inside politics

June 24, 2010

An interview with U.S. Congressman Kurt Schrader, DVM.

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Exploring cost of education, generational differences

July 1, 2009

Read more from the DVM Newsmakers Summit.

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DVM Newsmakers: The battle for public support

February 1, 2009

Schaumburg, Ill. — Animal welfare ranks as one to the top strategic initiatives for AVMA, for good reason.

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DVM Newsmakers Summit: Understanding consumers

December 12, 2008

When it comes to veterinary care, are consumer attitudes changing?

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DVM Newsmakers' Summit: Consumer expectations, standards of care are changing, panelists say

July 1, 2008

Editor's Note: Understanding consumer behavior can help you as a clinician and business manager. DVM Newsmagazine asked five veterinary market leaders to join this year's DVM Newsmakers' Summit at CVC East in Baltimore. Following is the second of three excerpts from the panel discussion; the final one will be published next month.

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DVM Newsmakers' Summit: Exploring the consumer psyche

June 1, 2008

DVM Newsmagazine asked five market leaders to talk about consumer attitudes.

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In the public eye

March 1, 2008

Rockville, Md. — She wants to build collaborations, share ideas in a transparent system with one over-arching ethos: ensure public health.

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