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Found 26 articles
- Nov 15, 2022
- Rebecca Newton
Psychologist and leadership coach Rebecca Newton provides four useful suggestions to help you rediscover a sense of joy at work in a post-Covid world.
- Oct 6, 2022
- Dr. Aida Vientós-Plotts
An interview with ACVIM Diplomate Dr. Aida Vientós-Plotts, Small Animal Internal Medicine Specialist and co-founder of Veterinarians for Puerto Rico.
Veterinary Visionaries’ solving space attracted thousands of veterinary professionals lending their expertise to offer systemic solutions.
- Sep 22, 2022
- Alicia Temple
A pathway to studying veterinary medicine at UCD, life after graduation, dealing with the stress of the lifestyle, and vital advice for new graduates.
- Sep 15, 2022
- Mary Jo Burkhard, Sandra Dawkins, Sue E. Knoblaugh, Caroline El-Khoury, Dondrae Coble, Raphael A. Malbrue, Emma K. Read, Lisa M. Greenhill, Rustin M. Moore
Advancing equality and equity in society is creating positive change, and the time has come to critically evaluate veterinary medicine, which, by all metrics, lacks diversity.
- Aug 25, 2022
- Dr. Cona Anwer
An interview with ACVIM Diplomate Dr. Cona Anwer, a Veterinary Neurologist balancing a family and full-time career in private practice.
- Jul 28, 2022
- Dr. Christine Royal
Looking back as a veterinarian starting my career nearly 17 years ago, I can say I was fortunate to have been surrounded by strong leaders and mentors in this rewarding profession.
- Jul 21, 2022
- Dr. Jean-Yin Tan
An interview with ACVIM Diplomate Dr. Jean-Yin Tan, Large Animal Internal Medicine Specialist and senior instructor at the University of Calgary.
- Jun 30, 2022
- Rebecca A. Packer
During his lecture at the Atlantic Coast Veterinary Conference, Dr Charles McMillan addresses what he refers to as the “the elephant in the room,” regarding the lack of diversity within veterinary medicine as well as providing workable solutions.
- Jun 23, 2022
- Malinda Larkin
Dr. Vernard Hodges, veterinarian turned TV star, talks about how success was hard to come by but well worth the journey.
- Jun 9, 2022
- Dr. Lillie Davis
An interview with ACVIM Diplomate Dr. Lillie Davis, Veterinary Oncologist and practitioner with a special interest in the human-animal bond.
- May 19, 2022
- Jamie Rothenburger
There is growing consensus that a shortage of veterinarians exists in Canada and the results of two important recent studies indicate that the problem is going to get worse.
- May 5, 2022
- Dr. Yuri Lawrence
An interview with ACVIM Diplomate Dr. Yuri Lawrence, a Small Animal Internal Medicine Specialist who recently started a mobile specialty practice.
- Apr 14, 2022
- Caitlin McCafferty
Mark Goldstein, DVM, addresses his life as a veterinary professional, fight against pancreatic cancer, and the patients and clients who changed him for the better.
- Apr 7, 2022
- Dr. Aja Harvey
An interview with ACVIM Diplomate Dr. Aja Harvey, a newly boarded Large Animal Internal Medicine Specialist working in private practice.
- Feb 17, 2022
- Carol Mithers
Kwane Stewart discovers the little-known world of generosity and love.
- Feb 10, 2022
- Dr. Ewan Wolff
An interview with ACVIM Diplomate Dr. Ewan Wolff, Small Animal Internal Medicine Specialist and co-author of the Gender Identity Bill of Rights for veterinary medicine.
In the field of veterinary surgery, women neither marry nor have children at the same rate as men, and those who do may experience more career disruption as a result.
Emotional roller coasters aren't new for veterinarians, but the pandemic has placed even more pressure on an overwhelmed system.
- Nov 16, 2021
- Samantha L. Morello, Sara A. Colopy, Ruthanne Chun, Kevin A. Buhr
Barriers to achieving work-life balance, as well as gender-based differences, exist in the male-dominated surgical specialty in veterinary medicine. Similar information does not exist for the more feminized American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM).