Cornell University has published an extensive update of the Veterinary Science 9-12: The Classroom Curriculum, which was originally released in 2002.
Both the House and Senate have passed a bill that will give veterinarians more access to FDA-approved drugs. In a significant victory for the veterinary community, the Animal Drug and Animal Generic Drug User Fee Amendments of 2018 (H.R. 5554/S.2434) includes language that would expand conditional approvals beyond minor uses and minor species. When signed […]
Merck Animal Health has tackled the subject of mental illness and stress in the veterinary profession with a first-of-its-kind study. Conducted in collaboration with the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) and Merck Animal Health, the study found veterinarians age 45 and younger are more likely to experience serious psychological distress and only 27 percent of […]
In caring for cattle, responsible use of antibiotics involves many things and people, but there’s one person who should continue to be part of these decisions — a veterinarian. “As veterinarians, we have an ethical responsibility to make sure that we preserve the efficacy of antibiotics for future generations and ensure continued access to certain […]