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January-June 2019| Vol 2| Issue 1

Special Report

Student american veterinary medical association duty hours guidelines

At the 2011 Student American Veterinary Medical Association (SAVMA) Symposium, the SAVMA House of Delegates officially endorsed its Duty Hours Guidelines. The purpose of the guidelines was to provid...

Special Report

Ten years of experience with a veterinary credential responder course

Training of veterinary students to improve their ability to respond to disaster events that affect livestock and companion animals is an important facet of veterinary education. Just over 10 years a...

Original Research

Law enforcement education and training: A review of literature and critical analysis

Background: Recent killings of unarmed Black males murdered on national television has given rise to the successful prosecution of law enforcement officers, as well as new inquiries into offi...

Original Research

Interprofessional leadership development for health professions learners: A program and outcomes review

Background: Interprofessional collaborative care has become a preferred model for patient-centered health care, and effective participation in interprofessional teams has emerged as a core ex...

Original Research

Understanding veterinary students' intrinsic, extrinsic, and lifestyle values

Introduction: Workplace values are a significant factor in facilitating successful transitions from the classroom to the workforce and in the career development process. Furthermore, employee...

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Education in the Health Professions, a publication of North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine (USA), is a peer-reviewed print + online Quarterly journal.

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