YOUR DVM CAREER, Nov 1, 2004 - DVM
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YOUR DVM CAREER, Nov 1, 2004
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Alliance formed between North Dakota and KSU
Bismarck, N.D.— Kansas State University (KSU) and North Dakota officials are planning to bring North Dakota residents to KSU to earn veterinary degrees without paying out-of-state fees.
Mistakes happen: Learn how to manage them
By Thomas E. Catanzaro, DVM, MHA, FACHE, Dipl. ACHE
In preparing this article, my mind races back to my days as a veterinary student at Colorado State University. One of the more vivid memories I recall involved my surgery partner. He was performing a femoral head resection. The stockinette leg slips up his arm, and he grabs it with his lower jaw and shoulder just as the surgery professor walks up.
Students welcome computer notebooks
Urbana, Ill.—The University of Illinois's (UI) veterinary college has added personal computers in the form of tablets to the classroom.
Fitting in on the job
By Stephanie Davis
As a new associate fresh out of school, it's probably safe to assume you would like to find a practice where "everybody knows your name."
Achieve your goals in veterinary practice
By Marsha L. Heinke DVM, EA, CPA, CVPM
Long ago, before you even made application to veterinary school, you had a vision; you had a vision of what you wanted to accomplish once you had that license of Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in your hand.
Students advertise food animal practice
By Jennifer Fiala
Ames, Iowa—With the country facing a shortage of food animal practitioners, aspiring veterinarians at Iowa State University (ISU) are arming themselves with a program designed to reign students into the profession.
Generation management
By Marilyn Moats Kennedy
We often hear baby boomer veterinarians grumble in their microbrews about the independent attitudes of thirty-something colleagues and even younger employees.
Credit scores trump educational debt load
By David Frabotta
Cleveland—Though many veterinarians fret about student loans prohibiting them from buying a practice, the real killer is revolving credit, such as credit cards and car loans.
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