Top 10 NEWStat of 2022: #5–1
The top five NEWStat stories in the past year included stories on how clients perceive scrubs versus lab coats, staffing shortages, and some not-so-mysterious cases of parvo.
#5: Who looks more trustworthy, vets in scrubs or vets in white coats? Dress makes a difference to clients
The way veterinarians dress definitely affects how clients perceive them—but the jury's out on which they find more trustworthy, scrubs or a white coat.
There were 118,000 veterinary technicians in the US at the end of 2019. And if your hospital’s short-staffed, you know that’s not nearly enough. Just wait 8 years.
The US faces a critical shortage of veterinarians in 2030. How big a shortage? About 15,000, according to a new report.
The FDA on Thursday approved Zoetis’ Solensia for the control of pain associated with osteoarthritis in cats. This is big.
When more than 30 dogs in Northern Michigan died from an undiagnosed illness recently, the first news reports called it “mysterious” and “parvo-like.”
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