The average veterinary team turnover rate in the industry is 23% per year. At Rarebreed animal hospitals’ 37 New England hospitals, the voluntary turnover rate is 3.8%. What’s their secret?
What kind of gym lets you bring your dog with you, and lets her workout alongside you? Just one, and it's inside an AAHA-accredited practice.
Sometimes all you need is a sympathetic ear, leant by someone who knows exactly what you’re going through.
The Koret Shelter Medicine Program at UC Davis was the first dedicated shelter medicine program at a veterinary school. Now they're offering their Behavior, Training, and Enrichment Bootcamp to animal shelters throughout the country.
How do we treat our credentialed technicians like the skilled and capable professionals they are? Three technicians talk to Central Line: The AAHA Podcast about trust, empowerment, and a true living wage.
Much of the coursework and clinical rotations in veterinary school focus on gold-standard care, but this “ivory tower” approach limits the exposure of students to cases where alternative treatment plans are pursued, or even discussed. That’s why we must continue to talk about spectrum of care.
A cross-disciplinary approach aims to turn veterinary students at the University of Arizona College of Veterinary Medicine into “day-one-ready” practitioners through hands-on learning and mentorship.
In honor of Women’s History Month, here are 15 vet med professionals to watch in 2023, selected by NEWStat and the Women’s Veterinary Leadership Development Initiative (WVLDI).
Rethinking what many veterinarians are taught, palliative care is an intentional way to improve life—whether the patient recovers or not. Kate Boatright, VMD, talks with Lynn Hendrix, DVM, CHPV, of The Palliative Vet.
What do two pain-management and anesthesia experts talk about when they get together? It all starts with checklists. Tasha McNerney interviews Stephen Cital about how the field has changed from the old-fashioned belief that “animals don’t feel pain” to where we are today.