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John B. McCarthy, DVM, MBA, CAE


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Basic ethics and veterinary medicine
February 15, 2007

New graduates should disclose their ethical standards to prospective employers.

Art of communication
November 1, 2006

Years of study and knowledge amount to nothing if veterinary graduates fail in the communication department.

Beyond science, medicine
April 1, 2006

As a newly graduated veterinarian, you have amassed scientific and technical knowledge to diagnose and treat your patients in an exemplary manner. However, it will be fruitless if you are unable to communicate with others involved in your efforts. That means trying to find a common language, common experiences and common attitudes. The goal of effective communication is to truly connect with others, finding shared ground for discussion, problem-solving creativity and the transfer of information.

Your resume
September 1, 2005

Your resume should, in its final form, be a picture of you on paper.

New graduate growth hinges on mentoring
March 1, 2005

Hopefully you have accepted a position that recognizes the gap between education and practice.

Best foot forward
September 1, 2004

Your resume in its final form should be a picture of yourself on paper.

Internships, residencies continue practicle education
April 1, 2004

Internships can be in either large or small animal medicine and surgery, but rarely in a specific discipline.

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