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November/December 2021

Blockchain Technology and the Future of Veterinary Credentials

Blockchain technology gained notoriety for its use with cryptocurrency but offers several potential applications in veterinary medicine and education.

Blockchain technology could open the door for storing and sharing credentials, including competency-based skills, continuing education credits, and more.

VMX Returns in January 2022

Attend In Person or Virtually From Anywhere in the World

VMX 2022 is returning to its customary timeslot in January! Register now for in-person, virtual, or all-access offerings.

editors letter

Focusing on the 3 Rs: Recruit, Retain, and Return

"We’ve spent a lot of time talking about our workforce crisis in its many forms, so it’s time for our jobs to take on a new form for the 3 Rs to be a realistic prospect."

Many would say the veterinary profession is not in a great place. Recruiting new potential personnel, retaining the existing workforce, and returning those who have left the profession with better work-life incentives is crucial.

Table of Contents: November/December 2021

Want to view the full digital issue, including downloadable PDFs? Click here. Features CONTINUING EDUCATION Conventional Versus Stereotactic Radiotherapy Nicholas Rancilio, DVM, MS, DACVR (Radiation Oncology) Virginia Tech Animal Cancer Care and Research Center This continuing education article describes how conventional and stereotactic radiotherapy are used for definitive or palliative treatment in veterinary oncology and …