Oct
30
2014
Researchers from the University of Florida conducted a study to determine whether wellness plans are financially beneficial to small animal teaching hospitals. The results of their study indicated that wellness plans not only can provide a boost to the bottom line, but they also hold potential benefits for veterinary students and animal patients. ...more
Oct
30
2014
The AVMA released new data showing reason for optimism when it comes to veterinary employment during its 2014 Veterinary Economic Summit held Oct. 28, 2014. ...more
Oct
21
2014
A study recently published in the 'Journal of the British Veterinary Association' may prompt veterinary practices to re-evaluate how accessible they are to visually impaired clients who bring their guide dogs in for care. The study's authors explain that "a little extra time, effort, and communication can enhance the visit of a blind or partially sighted owner to veterinary practices." ...more
Oct
15
2014
Are you ever curious about how much your veterinary counterparts are earning in other states, or how your pay stacks up with that of other professions? An interactive infographic from FlowingData now gives you an easy and slightly addictive way to compare and contrast veterinary salaries across the United States. ...more
Sep
30
2014
In the 2014 AAHA State of the Industry report, IDEXX and AAHA together discovered that veterinary practices who focus on strengthening four specific types of bonds are more likely to prosper. With that knowledge in hand, IDEXX is going all-in on an effort to help practices strengthen each of those bonds. ...more
Sep
24
2014
The inaugural Veterinary Innovation Challenge (VIC) finished strong in September, producing a winning team with a product that Nikhil Joshi, VIC executive director, said has the potential to "shake the industry." NEWStat gave SPEAK co-founder Jamie Peisel the chance to discuss her experience at the competition, details surrounding the product she developed, and her future plans for SPEAK. ...more
Sep
16
2014
A recent study published in the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association took a look at whether team effectiveness could reduce burnout and improve job satisfaction among veterinary teams. According to the authors, previous studies have evaluated job stress, burnout, and job satisfaction among veterinarians, but no empirical studies have focused on the entire veterinary team....more
Aug
19
2014
Inspired by the scarcity of research on work-related injuries among certified veterinary technicians (CVT), a group of researchers embarked on a mission to survey CVTs in Minnesota about their injury histories. ...more
The Standard of Veterinary Excellence ®
American Animal Hospital Association | Copyright © 2017 | Privacy Statement | Contact Us