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AVMA launches mentoring program to spur colelgiality

September 1, 2004

Schaumburg, Ill.—The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) created a mentoring program to help veterinarians and veterinary students share information and build professional networks.

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Target your market

September 1, 2004

Research can help you decide which field to go into and is a way to develop a list of your target organizations. Then you will decide how to contact them, and you'll measure your progress against your list.

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Great expectations

September 1, 2004

Let your personality emerge after you understand the practice and have made some contribution.

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Lend me an ear

September 1, 2004

Listen patiently to what your clients have to say even though you might believe it is wrong or irrelevant.

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Internships, residencies continue practicle education

April 1, 2004

Internships can be in either large or small animal medicine and surgery, but rarely in a specific discipline.

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Compassion fatigue often unavoidable; adapting critical

April 1, 2004

There's a hidden "occupational hazard" new graduates aren't likely to find in any OSHA manual, according to one expert.

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Accountability

April 1, 2004

Accountability is responsibility taken to the next level.

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Common sense tips to avoid malpractice

April 1, 2004

Increasingly vulnerable to lawsuits and state board complaints, veterinarians remain on the lookout for liability concerns in their practices, and graduates should beware of the pitfalls of not working in a legally sound environment.

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UM food animal venture targets undergrads

April 1, 2004

St. Paul, Minn.—The University of Minnesota's (UM) College of Veterinary Medicine has unveiled an endeavor to recruit students with food animal interest earlier in their academic career.

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