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Job satisfaction hinges on preparation

Interviewing, a two-way process, compels students to field and furnish questions for potential employers
Mar 1, 2005

The veterinary graduate's final assignment as a student requires research, a meticulously planned budget and the right questions.

Fitting in on the job

Fostering appropriate relationships between new associates and staff starts at the top
Nov 1, 2004

As a new associate fresh out of school, it's probably safe to assume you would like to find a practice where "everybody knows your name."

Compassion fatigue often unavoidable; adapting critical

Apr 1, 2004

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

Wash. court defines pain in cruelty case

Court determines minimal level of pain necessary to convict
Apr 1, 2004

Tacoma, Wash.-In an unprecedented ruling, the Washington Court of Appeals has determined how much pain is needed for an animal cruelty conviction.

AAEP taskforce to confront compounding

Apr 1, 2004

Lexington-In an attempt to assist the profession in handling a delicate issue, the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) is establishing a veterinary compounding taskforce.

Equine marketing bill sits in Ohio House

Bill may assess feed, other horse-related items; would enable greater promotion of industry to public
Apr 1, 2004

Columbus-The Ohio Legislature is mulling a bill that, similar to existing agricultural commodity programs, would market the equine profession to the public.

Specialists are new graduate's ally

Critical to a budding relationship between generalist and specialist is knowing when to refer; patient welfare first
Apr 1, 2004

At some point early in a new graduate's career, he or she will stumble upon a patient case that's hardly the textbook variety.

USDA backs emergency response model for states

Apr 1, 2004

Raleigh, N.C.-The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has awarded the State Animal Response Team (SART) a $250,000 grant to reproduce its model of animal emergency response in other states.

Specialist, generalist bond dictates level of care

Apr 1, 2004

Dr. Tom Mann, Akron, Ohio-based general practitioner, admits to a bit of surprise after reading a letter sent to his colleagues by another general practitioner.

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