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midterm study guide - orientation(1st day 10 questions o...

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- orientation (1 st day) - 10 questions o AVMA councils…what are they…what do they do MVMA , local organizations…interest groups, guidelines, etc o Which states have veterinary schools Which does NOT have a vet school (gives 5 pick the one that doesn’t) Cali, Alabama, Colorado, new york, florida, gerogia, Illinois, iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, NC, ohio, oklahoma, pennsylavania, Indiana, tennesseee, texas, Virginia/Maryland, washington, Wisconsin, Massachusetts, Oregon o first slide of the day. .how we use the term veterinary/veterinarian veterinarian: NOUN, person, “I am a veterinarian” veterinary: adjective, describes something o being an accredited veterinarian and licensing process Pass National Board Exams Get a license From Michigan Board of Veterinary Medicine You may also get a drug license which allows you to prescribe controlled drugs o what new graduates do when they come out of school avma statistics on first year employment 47.6% private clinical practice 2.9% public or corporate 49.2% advanced programs o advanced training…how many students do that 49.2% o average debt load $130,000 o public & corporate veterinary practice, how many people they employ public: 15,179 people which is 16% of veterinarians private: 60,895 people which is 65% of veterinarians o ratio of men to women. .. READ THE QUESTION Ratio of men to women of ALL us veterinarians (not just students) STUDENTS: 80% female 20% male OVERALL: 50/50 pretty much. o agencies that grant licenses DR. Grooms: role of vet med in food production - 8 questions o Veterinary oath
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Being admitted to the profession of veterinary medicine, I solemnly swear to use my scientific knowledge and skills for the benefit of society through the protection of animal health , the relief of animal suffering , the conservation of livestock resources , the promotion of public health and the advancement of medical knowledge. I will practice my profession conscientiously, with dignity and
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