Clinical Trial Tests Universal Vaccine Against Canine Cancer
Brush up on exciting news in the world of veterinary medicine, from a possible vaccine for canine cancer to an end on controversial research on felines and more.
Register Now and Save at VMX, the World’s Leading Veterinary Conference
VMX, the world’s largest veterinary conference, is coming up in January 2020. Register now to lock in an early-bird price.
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.
Work-Life Balance for Employees
We value members on the veterinary team who are passionate about their life’s work, but is it possible to create a workplace environment where the staff can devote themselves to their jobs at a very high level, and still have the energy and time to devote to the other, very important part of that equation—their lives outside of work?
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 …
Yorkshire Terrier’s Leg Bones Regrown by UC Davis Surgeons Following a Severe Nonunion Fracture
UC Davis orthopedic surgeon Dr. Amy Kapatkin uses bone morphogenetic protein (BMP) to regrow the bones in the leg of a Yorkshire Terrier against great odds.
VMX 2019: New Product Gallery
One of the NAVC’s highly anticipated features inside the Expo Hall was the VMX New Product Gallery.
Time’s Up? Not Yet
Female veterinarians are still lagging behind their male peers in terms of pay, and men still outnumber women in more senior roles, despite a female majority across the profession as a whole.
Is This the Golden Age of Veterinary Medicine?
Veterinarians make meaningful contributions to enrich the lives of animals and fellow human beings, despite all the challenges and concerns that we address in our daily lives and the state of the world around us.