Virtual Reality Brings Dog’s Anatomy to Life for Veterinary Students
Veterinary students at Virginia Tech try out a new virtual reality experience that allows them to see and study a dog’s anatomy, including organs, bone structure and layers of tissue.
Veterinary Telehealth: What Is It, Where Are We, and What’s Next?
Veterinary telehealth services are becoming more popular and prevalent—what does it mean for your practice?
Veterinary telehealth and telemedicine services are becoming more popular and prevalent—what does it mean for your veterinary practice?
The Doctor Will See You Now
We may fear the future that technology can bring into our daily lives, but what is already here is probably around to stay. It’s been roughly 40 years since telemedicine was introduced into human healthcare, and for many purposes, its exponential progress has been embraced and accepted. Its role in veterinary medicine has been slower to…