NAVLE season is upon us! Many of my classmates have already taken the NAVLE. Some have passed, while some have not. Many more are gearing up to take it soon. Some days, it seems to be all anyone can talk about. I have a few thoughts on etiquette I wanted to share as folx continue […]
Practice Makes Doctor: Advice From a Fourth Year Vet Student
A few weeks ago I was on my soft tissue surgery rotation. It was only my second rotation in the hospital due to time off in the beginning, so I was pretty nervous, but thanks to great rotation-mates and clinicians, I had learned a lot and enjoyed my two weeks on the service. One piece […]
No pain, no gain? No way!
Have you ever heard or thought this before? “Oh, my dog doesn’t bark at strangers anymore, he is just getting old.” Have you ever thought it could be something more? September is pain awareness month in human medicine, so why not in vet med? Not to worry, it is! Animal pain awareness month was started […]