New data reflects the impact of antigenic drift and what this means for equine influenza vaccination strategies.
The Merck Animal Health Veterinarian Wellbeing Study also examined job satisfaction, compensation, burnout, substance use disorder, cyberbullying and suicide among veterinarians while evaluating potential solutions.
An ongoing Merck study revealed important respiratory disease findings from 10 years of research, including notable changes in influenza.
New equine influenza vaccines feature the most current clade 1 and clade 2 influenza strains.
Merck Animal Health, in partnership with the AAEP Foundation, will award five $5,000 scholarships in 2018 to second- and third-year veterinary students dedicated to careers in equine practice.
The Merck veterinarian study was designed to quantify the prevalence of mental illness and stress in the veterinary profession and compare the findings to findings from previous studies and the general U.S. population.
For the second consecutive year, Merck Animal Health will be recognizing individuals and organizations who work to prevent rabies in their communities through the World Rabies Day Awards.