By Ed Carlson, CVT, VTS (nutrition)
Don’t just discuss your industry’s issues in the clinic – make time to have your voice heard at your state and national veterinary associations. Image: mast3r/Bigstock
In my previous articles, I have shared my thoughts on several problems that contribute to many ongoing issues plaguing the veterinary profession and veterinary technicians. In this final article in this series, I will focus on what is being done to advance the profession, as well as the groups working on potential solutions to some of these ongoing problems.
VHMA 2021 Critical Issues Summit on Workforce
The Veterinary Hospital Managers Association (VHMA) held a Critical Issues Summit on Workforce in December 2021. The VHMA invited several veterinary medicine stakeholder ...
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