Veterinary technician, other staff members talk about pandemic experiences
Many clinics and hospitals are working through a backlog of appointments and patients in the past year. JAVMA News spoke with veterinary support staff members who have faced the challenges of an increased workload, burnout and compassion fatigue, and client complaints.
Academic groups seek easier approval path for gene-edited food animals
Two academic groups argue that the amount of regulatory oversight for genetic changes in food animals should depend on the nature of the changes, and those introduced through gene editing should be regulated differently if identical changes could have occurred through traditional selective breeding.
COVID-19 surveillance study ongoing at wildlife rehabilitation center
Mars Veterinary Health invests in employee initiatives
Midwestern Pet Foods warned corrective actions are insufficient
Study identifies differences in DCM-associated diets
Phi Zeta presents 2021 research awards
California creates statewide veterinary disaster team
Second virtual National Veterinary Scholars Symposium draws 900
AVMA presents research awards for 2021
Stetter moves as dean from Colorado State to UC-Davis
American Board of Veterinary Toxicology
American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine