It may not be exciting, but there are regulations that every practicing veterinarian needs to know about. Take 20 minutes to find out what the most important current issues are—and you could save yourself a lot of angst!
Earlier this year, Ohio was one of the first states to make xylazine a Schedule III controlled drug. How has this move affected veterinary medicine?
Besides being a thing of the past, paper-based health certificates are inefficient, time consuming, and prone to errors. Is it time to make the switch to electronic CVIs?
When a veterinarian or technician is the subject of a complaint, no matter how big or small the grievance is, the situation is stressful. In this episode, OVMLB representatives explain what to expect.
Although reporting cases of animal abuse, cruelty, and neglect has always been a moral obligation in the veterinary community, a newly enacted Ohio law has made it mandatory.
Since spring of 2021, Ohio veterinarians are mandatory reporters of animal abuse, but making that determination isn't as easy as it sounds.
In this episode, OVMA Government Relations Director Michael Guastella joins Mia to discuss three major bills that were recently signed into law by Gov. Mike DeWine.
Animal cruelty: It's something no veterinarian wants to see but inevitably will at some point. That's why it's so important to learn how to handle a suspected case of abuse before it shows up at your clinic.
In this episode, we drill OVMA Executive Director Jack Advent on Ohio's veterinary record-keeping laws.
Forensic veterinary medicine has become an important part of today's criminal justice system—in large part thanks to Dr. Melinda Merck's efforts in the field.