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Staff incentives should be personalized

Feb 1, 2005

Orlando — Your team hungers for recognition, and incentive programs can provide the right prescription to recognize superior accomplishments, says Louise E. Dunn, of Snowgoose Veterinary Management Consulting in Greensboro, N.C.

CSU cardiology team takes open heart surgery to the UK

Plans set to collaborate with Royal Veterinary College on new program
Feb 1, 2005

FORT COLLINS, COLO.—A Colorado State University (CSU) cardiology team is headed to the University of London to perform open-heart surgery on a dog and help set up an open-heart surgery program at the Royal Veterinary College.

DVM Newsmakers: Political Science; Crawford sets FDA's long-term agenda to improve medical discovery, ensure product safety

Feb 1, 2005

As safety concerns regarding use of blockbuster human painkillers reignited in late 2004, so too did reform rhetoric surrounding approval and post-approval monitoring of drugs.

Money worries rank high for most veterinarians

DVM's exclusive survey results explore compensation, benefits
Dec 1, 2004

Veterinarians worry about money.

Work/life balance remains manageable, DVM survey says

Majority of respondents find balance between work and family
Nov 1, 2004

On average, veterinarians say they would prefer to devote more time to personal activities than work.

Women: Half of associates want ownership stake

Oct 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.

AVMA launches mentoring program to spur collegiality

Oct 1, 2004

Age is not a barrier to becoming a mentor; the program searches for a like match.

AVMA launches mentoring program to spur colelgiality

Sep 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.

U.S. Supreme Court to decide constitutionality of long-standing beef check-off program

Jul 1, 2004

WASHINGTON -The U.S. Supreme Court will decide whether or not the beef checkoff program violates the U.S. Constitution.


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