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Articles by Stephanie Skernivitz

The many ways to plot a career

Exploration is key before defining which path to take.
Feb 1, 2010

Career planning can be customized, and there's a lot of variability in executing your career plans while in veterinary school.

Exploring pet cancer with veterinary oncologist Stephen J. Withrow

May 1, 2009

Veterinary oncologists are making strides in research, diagnostics and treatment choices.

Pain management: A Q&A with veterinary expert Dr. James Gaynor

Mar 1, 2009

Veterinarians are making huge strides in managing patient pain. But as the number of treatment modalities has increased, the amount of information veterinarians must learn and apply has also ratcheted up.

Equine reproduction: Q&A with an expert

Hagyard's Dr. Karen E. Wolfsdorf talks about equine fertility and clinical trends within reproduction
Jan 1, 2009

Lexington, Ky. — What are some of the cutting-edge techniques to improve equine fertility and reproduction?

DVM says rehab results in swifter recovery

Relationship between human, animal therapy called significant
Oct 1, 2008

Physical rehabilitation techniques go a long way toward helping animals after surgery.

Cardiology: What's good for treating one type of heart disease, isn't good for all

Cardiology expert weighs in on the most critical developments for DVMs
Aug 1, 2008

Lawndale, Calif. — Treating heart disease in companion animals is an ever-evolving science. And, especially for the aging U.S. pet population, the risks for heart disease increase.

When emergencies strike, are you ready?

Dec 1, 2007

Recognized as a pioneer in small-animal emergency and critical-care medicine, Rebecca Kirby, DVM, Dipl. ACVIM, Dipl. ACVECC, offers advice to practitioners on handling emergency situations. She sat down with DVM Newsmagazine for a recent Q/A session.

Equine-industry report tracks vaccine use, census, management

Jul 1, 2007

Fortcollins, Colo.—While about three quarters of equine operations vaccinated their horses in 2005,veterinarians performed the task on just half of those farms.

Animal-welfare issues take center stage in House hearing

Veterinarians 'well positioned' to contribute to discussions, AVMA's Golab tells congressional panel
Jun 1, 2007

AVMA's position: No assessment of animal welfare is complete unless all elements are considered.


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