More employers are realizing that personal problems don't necessarily stay personal—they inevitably bleed into work. That's why employee assistance programs provide support for all aspects of life, not just the job-related parts.
With ever-increasing pressure on veterinary practices to stay afloat in a sea of competition, stress is at an all-time high. Now more than ever, veterinarians need a place to find shelter from the storm.
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?
For minority groups, finding a community of peers in a highly homogenous profession can be difficult. At The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine, inclusivity is all important.
One day, a cure for cancer will be discovered—but for Dr. Michelle Harcha, "one day" isn't soon enough.
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.
Though mental illness has traditionally been considered a taboo topic, the mental health—or lack thereof—of veterinary professionals has become a hot topic.
One month has passed since veterinary practices in Ohio were permitted to resume full-service operations. How has the "normal" landscape changed in the veterinary profession?
Now that you've learned the benefits of telemedicine and gotten advice on what to consider before implementation, let's put theory into practice!