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Your DVM Career
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Culture shock

February 15, 2007

Finding a good mentor is key to a graduate's career success.

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Basic ethics and veterinary medicine

February 15, 2007

New graduates should disclose their ethical standards to prospective employers.

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More graduates pursue specialty studies

February 15, 2007

National Report — One-third of 2006 veterinary graduates pursued specialty studies via internships, residencies or formal education programs, almost doubling participation from 10 years ago, according to a recent American Veterinary Medical Association poll.

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Malpractice prevention begins with awareness

February 15, 2007

Pleasant Hill, Calif. — Veterinarians vulnerable to lawsuits and state board complaints must remain vigilant when it comes to liability in their practices, and graduates equally should beware the dangers of working in an unsound legal environment.

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Non-compete clauses: make them reasonable

November 1, 2006

Non-competition agreements almost always hide issues involved when a veterinarian agrees to limit the scope or location of his or her right to practice veterinary medicine.

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Art of communication

November 1, 2006

Years of study and knowledge amount to nothing if veterinary graduates fail in the communication department.

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Achieve your goals in veterinary practice

November 1, 2006

Before you even applied to veterinary school, you had a vision of what you wanted to accomplish once you had that DVM license in your hands.

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Men earn more as salaries, debt rise

November 1, 2006

Fresh out of college, Dr. Carlos Vareli earns $72,000 a year and pays on $75,000 in education loans.

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Revolving credit reduces ownership opportunities

November 1, 2006

National Report —Though many veterinarians fret about student loans prohibiting them from buying a practice, the real killer is revolving credit, such as credit cards and car loans.

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