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Market trends: Gender and practice
Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Women: You're in business

June 9, 2008

Dr. Robin Downing shares her secrets to being a successful female veterinarian. Hint: She considers herself a businessperson.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Video: Dr. Robin Downing on women in veterinary medicine

June 9, 2008

One of the profession's most successful doctors comments on women's contributions.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Women. Communication. Money

June 1, 2008

We've been talking a lot here about how women talk.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Are women tough enough?

June 1, 2008

The gender earnings gap: It's difficult to talk about. But talking—with authority—is what female vets must do to earn more.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Effective communication strategies for women—and men

June 1, 2008

Men use banter, joking, and playful put downs to establish authority. Women try to maintain an appearance of equality, downplaying their own authority while taking the other person's reactions into account. These rituals play out with both positive and negative outcomes for veterinarians.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Men, women run family businesses differently

May 1, 2008

Do you see yourself—or your boss—in these findings about male and female owners of family businesses?

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Women: Half of associates want ownership stake

October 1, 2004

CLEVELAND—Almost half of women associates surveyed cite an interest in practice ownership/partnership despite speculative fear that the next generation will avoid the management headaches.

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Women rock gender balance in profession

March 3, 2003

When Dr. Peter Eyre graduated from veterinary college in 1960, three of his classmates were female.

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