I share this from Dr. Paul Pion and the Veterinary Information Network today as a public service to our community, shocked and saddened by the suicide of Dr. Sophia Yin: The VIN Foundation would like to express our deepest sympathies to Dr. Sophia Yin’s family. The entire veterinary community remains … Continue reading Dr. Sophia Yin: VIN offers a starting place for healing … and helping
My work as VPI’s Chief Veterinary Officer takes me to just about every kind of meeting in the veterinary world, from those of regional and state VMAs to the big national events, such as the two I’ll be at this month, the AVMA Convention and CVC-Kansas City. Since I leave … Continue reading Heading to AVMA? 5 fast plane reads, from fleas to medical marijuana
While it may not be intuitive to some of my colleagues, I think it’s essential to keep a very close eye on media streams outside of the veterinary world. While our trade websites (DVM360.com, Veterinary Practice News, among others) and our veterinary associations (local, state and of course the AVMA … Continue reading Veterinary challenges and solutions: Keeping an eye on the big picture
The Internet really is a wonderful place to waste hours and hours of your time finding great things to read. I started poking around while watching the Oscars, and then a few more came into my e-mail inbox Monday morning. My pick of the day is an overview of the … Continue reading 5 veterinary finds worth your time — plus a bonus!