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January 12, 2024

Reacting to reactions in general practice

When a patient appears with an unspecified reaction, it’s crucial to gather as much data as possible from the pet owner, the physical exam, and the lab to recognize a serious or even deadly  reaction and respond accordingly.

March 05, 2024

HANDOUT: Vet med workplace hazards that can affect pregnancy

Working in a veterinary practice while pregnant poses some unique risks, including the dangers of radiation, anesthesia, infectious disease, chemicals, potential injuries, and stress. Luckily, there are safety precautions to reduce the risk.

October 05, 2023

New device gives a voice to animals’ pain

PainTrace is a noninvasive device that measures acute and chronic pain using skin-based electrical activity as an indicator. And it could help us know, once and for all, where animals’ pain is located and how much pain they’re in.

November 27, 2023

The evolving mission of the Center for Veterinary Social Work

The Center for Veterinary Social Work at the University of Tennessee is “a space for all professionals with an interest in human and animal welfare to come together to collaborate.” As the field of veterinary social work gains popularity, how it’s taught and practiced is growing up too.

September 23, 2023

New study explores vaccine hesitancy in dog owners

Matt Motta, PhD, and Gabriella Motta, VMD, are a brother-sister research team who (along with fellow researcher Dominik Stecula, PhD), are examining vaccine hesitancy among dog owners, drawing connections between pet owners’ decisions, fears about human vaccines, and the lasting effects of Covid-19.

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