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More students abstain from declaring race, gender

September 1, 2007

Washington — A greater number of minorities are studying veterinary medicine, but the Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges' (AAVMC) latest enrollment data show the increase at just .4 percent.

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National board warns students against cheating

September 1, 2007

Bismarck, N.D. — A crackdown on cheaters taking the veterinary licensing examination may result in prosecutions.

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Salary War

September 1, 2007

National Report — Most residents pursuing specialties far surpass their DVM counterparts in long-term income despite earning just half the average starting salary paid to colleagues who immediately enter practice post graduation.

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Starting a practice: Is it beyond your reach

April 1, 2007

Recent veterinary graduates with a yen to open their own practice often face what might seem an insurmountable barrier.

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Desperate search for rural DVMs

April 1, 2007

Colebrook, N.H. — Despite warnings describing the shortage of large-animal veterinarians as acute, new graduates continue to steer clear of what's arguably the profession's neediest segment.

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Modern messaging can signal risk

April 1, 2007

National Report — When used with caution, the modern capabilities of e-mail and text messaging, now available on almost any cell phone or Blackberry, can improve and speed communication in a veterinary practice. But without appropriate limits, that practice can be damaged swiftly, experts say.

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Strong DVM-client bonds translate to success

April 1, 2007

Las Vegas — Explain care benefits, cater communication to client personalities and show genuine interest in a pet owner's concerns. These techniques, according to a recent study, ensure pet owners are willing to pay for the highest quality of veterinary care.

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Studies show DVMs admired, strained

April 1, 2007

The public believes veterinarians are smart, compassionate and empathetic.

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8 fail-safe interview tips

February 15, 2007

First impressions last forever. It's an old adage that rings true, especially when heading into a job interview.

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