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Dream It, Be It: Dr. Mary Beth Davis’ Story

Most veterinary students struggle with classes and clinicals, but what if you had recently suffered a paralyzing spinal injury that left you wheelchair-bound? Read the story of Dr. Mary Beth Davis, DVM, who graduated from Oklahoma State University’s College of Veterinary Health Sciences, class of 2019, and how she persevered to achieve her dream of becoming a veterinarian.

Move Your Practice and Mindset Forward

NAVC has launched three courses — the Human-Animal Bond Certification, the Pet Nutrition Coach and Certified Veterinary Business Leader. These courses are available online.

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The Emotional Topic of Veterinary Student Selection

A university in Australia has recently introduced emotional intelligence testing as part of the selection process for its medical program with the aim of enrolling students with the strong social skills needed to succeed at university and in the workplace. Those candidates with acceptable educational achievements were further evaluated by an external organization specializing in …

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Cornell Launches Center for Veterinary Business and Entrepreneurship

The Center for Veterinary Business and Entrepreneurship focuses on four pillars: education, economics research, entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship. Through its educational program development efforts, CVBE will offer a variety of educational programs including a new DVM certificate program, as well as post-graduate executive education.

Women in Veterinary Medicine History

The History of Women in Veterinary Medicine in the U.S.

Challenges, opposition and obstacles had to be overcome by the early female pioneers in veterinary medicine in the United States. Here is a timeline of just a few of the significant milestones achieved by women who have helped pave the way for today’s female veterinarians succeeding in the profession.

VMX 2019: Your Key to Providing Better Care

Taking place January 19-23 in Orlando, Florida, VMX is back and better than ever! VMX is the world’s largest veterinary continuing education (CE) event featuring top-tier education from world-renowned presenters, unparalleled professional development and networking, diverse exhibits, and exhilarating events. In a joint message, NAVC President K. Leann Kuebelbeck, DVM, DACVS, and CEO Tom Bohn, …

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