Readers write: Acting on student debt
Readers respond to a recent commentary about taking action on veterinary student debt.
Coronavirus: a “novel” situation for veterinary students
Thoughts from a third-year veterinary student about to embark on clinical rotations during COVID-19.
When a virus pulls the rug out from under graduation
In case you were wondering what it’s like being a veterinary student on the brink of graduation during the COVID-19 outbreak, I can tell you this: It sucks.
COVID-19: how the veterinary profession can help
The dean of Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University explains how and why veterinary professionals are vital in the fight against the novel coronavirus.
New bill would postpone loan repayment during advanced training
If passed, the new bill would allow borrowers to pause interest accumulation and loan repayment while pursuing additional veterinary training and education.
New challenges for veterinary students
NAVC's Chief Veterinary Officer Dana Varble, DVM, explains how veterinary student challenges have evolved since she was a student.
Veterinary students attend VMX for free
Compassion-First Pet Hospitals covers VMX student registration costs.
Why does diversity matter in veterinary medicine?
One school dean believes there are moral issues involved in increasing access to veterinary schools for underrepresented groups, but also educational, societal and business benefits with increasing diversity.
Commentary: Veterinary education and intellectual freedom
Distributive model of clinical education is a necessary part of the evolution of our professional education.
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