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For human needs, some veterinary clinics are turning to a professional
Veterinarians aren’t always equipped to deal with every moral, ethical, and emotional dilemma they encounter with clients.
Behavior pioneer inspired many to learn humane, positive techniques
Dr. Sophia Yin was well-known as an animal behavior expert who dedicated her life to educating pet owners and also veterinarians
COVID-19: Resources for shelters, food animal veterinarians
Two new AVMA resources provide practical guidance for animal shelter personnel and food animal veterinarians during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Considerations for food animal veterinarians during the COVID-19 pandemic
It’s critical to actively incorporate preventive measures into facility visits to decrease the risk of infection for veterinarians, staff members, and…
COVID-19: Protecting your veterinary team during the pandemic
Veterinary employers and teams need protocols to protect the health and safety of team members and clients. This resource will help you develop and…
What veterinarians need to know about the opioid epidemic
The epidemic of opioid abuse gripping the nation affects not only professionals in human health but also veterinarians.
Disposal of Pharmaceuticals
Pharmaceutical Disposal has come under increased scrutiny due to detection of human pharmaceuticals in U.S. Waterways.
Physical restraint of animals
Humane and safe physical restraint is the use of manual or mechanical means to limit some or all of an animal's normal voluntary movement.
NIOSH to help improve drug safety in veterinary clinics
Veterinary clinic employees have higher exposure to chemotherapy drugs than counterparts in human medicine because of not taking proper precautions.
Handle with care
Dr. Kimberly Pope-Robinson, a board member of the Human Animal Bond Association, gave a talk about the special needs of elderly and disabled animal…
Access to lethal means looked at to lower veterinary suicide rate
Researchers say changes needed to prevent diversion of euthanasia drug
When domestic violence arrives at the clinic door
Veterinarians and other practice staff members have the potential to play a life-saving role in the prevention of and response to domestic violence.
Hurt at work
People working in the veterinary services profession were the second most likely to have nonfatal work-related injuries in 2016,
AAVMC establishes internship guidelines
Veterinary internships provide an opportunity for new graduates to gather additional experience and skill in providing clinical care.
Study looks at how veterinarians cope with patient death
A study has looked at the stated thoughts and reactions of veterinarians who work in shelters and spay-neuter clinics
A spur to action for practice owners
Preliminary numbers from a survey of American Association of Equine Practitioners members—conducted by the AVMA Veterinary Economics
Wellness as an everyday affair
The Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges’ fourth annual Veterinary Health and Wellness Summit focused on a challenging
Radiation Protection Guidance for Diagnostic and Interventional X-Ray Procedures
Radiation Protection Guidance for Diagnostic and Interventional X-Ray Procedures Docket Number EPA-HQ-OAR-2010-1064; Radiation Protection Guidance…
Avoiding the slippery slope of unethical behavior
The American Association of Equine Practitioners addressed the topic of ethics head-on at its annual convention this past
Survey to probe veterinarians’ mental health
The NASPHV, Auburn, and CDC are partnering together to assess how many U.S. veterinarians experience serious mental illness or contemplated suicide
Study: 1 in 6 veterinarians have considered suicide
Data from a recent survey by the CDC suggest that nearly one in 10 U.S. veterinarians might experience serious psychological distress
Studies confirm poor well-being in veterinary professionals, students
Group of researchers tying occupational health with mental health outcomes in the profession
The toll it takes to earn a veterinary degree
Veterinary colleges say that while their current health and wellness programs are doing some good, they have substantial room for improvement
Phosphine Product Precautions
In April 2010, the Michigan Department of Community Health1 notified the AVMA of two situations where veterinary personnel were affected during the…