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Take a look at some of VMX 2021's top CE presentations—available live or OnDemand—and sign up today!

Take a look at some of VMX 2021’s top CE presentations—available live or OnDemand—and sign up today!

How Technology Is Transforming Veterinary Education

From virtual reality to virtual dissection, technology in veterinary education is kicking into high gear.

While the technology being used in today’s veterinary classroom is flipping conventional pedagogy on its head, these experts say more mind-blowing advances may be just ahead.

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Running on Empty

Sleep deprivation shouldn't be worn as a "badge of honor." Taking care of yourself means taking better care of your patients.

There are a few ways to ensure you and your coworkers are getting enough sleep. Nap rooms, adequate lunch breaks, and better hours top the list.

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Ensuring Safe Arrivals

Advocating for national, legislative-backed oversight on canine importations could save countless domestic animal lives by ensuring proper vaccination and health status.

Advocating for national, legislative-backed oversight on canine importations could save countless domestic animal lives by ensuring proper vaccination and health status.

NAVC Institute: Earn Hands-On CE in May

Want to spend 5 days learning the ins and outs of your favorite clinical topic? Do we have the event for you.

Kick off your summer of CE at the NAVC Institute, a 5-day immersive training event for veterinarians that will help you gain advanced techniques through hands-on instruction in 1 specific topic. Taught by industry leaders, you will have the chance to perfect both everyday and specialized skills that will greatly benefit the lives of your …

Creating a Path to Diversity in the Veterinary Profession

Evidence-based approaches to increasing diversity in veterinary medicine may be an uphill battle, but it is one worth implementing.

There are a multitude of research-based methods for attracting and retaining Black and POC veterinary students. It is the responsibility of those in the position to illicit change to do so.

Lessons Learned From a Trying Year

NAVC Chief Veterinary Officer Dana Varble looks back at 2020 to take the good with the bad and prepare for a better year.

The year 2020 brought various trials for veterinary professionals. NAVC Chief Veterinary Officer Dana Varble takes a look back at lessons learned as we prepare for a positive 2021.

The State of Big Data and the Animal Internet of Things

Technology is ever-advancing and the animal IoT has massive potential for long-term pet and production animal health.

Technology is ever-advancing and the animal IoT has massive potential for long-term pet and production animal health.

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