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Client Expectations for Veterinary Care in the FutureDr. Mary Ann Vande Linde Meeting the Expectations of Referring VeterinariansDr. Colin BurrowsDeveloping a Caseload: Balancing Veterinary Student and Residency TrainingDr. Deborah KochevarThe Future of Specialty PracticeDr. John Albers The Veterinary Teaching Hospital as a Profit CenterDr. David LeeClinical Research in the Veterinary teaching HospitalDr. Amy Trettien
VTH Pressures and their Implications on the Function and Missions of the Hospital.
Client Expectations for Veterinary Care in the Future
Mary Ann Vande Linde, DVM VMC, Inc.firstname.lastname@example.org
Meeting the Expectations of Referring Veterinarians
University of Florida
Developing a Caseload: Balancing Veterinary Student, Intern and Resident Training
Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine
Do students believe they must
compete with others for learning
experiences in the clinical year(s)?
THE FUTURE OF SPECIALTY PRACTICE
JOHN W. ALBERS, DVM
November 10, 2006
The Veterinary Teaching Hospital as a Profit Center
David E. Lee, DVM, MBA
Veterinary Medical Center
University of Minnesota
Conducting Clinical Trials
Amy Trettien, DVM
Manager, Pfizer Companion Animal US Veterinary Operations