The cover story for the Summer issue of EquiManagement on page 16 was titled Emergency Medicine Update. It’s not a matter of if you’ll receive a panicked phone call from a client with a sick or injured horse; it’s a matter of how often—and how you’ll handle it.
On page 22 you can read Surviving Your First Year on the Job. New associates and experienced veterinarians alike can use these tips for a successful first year at a new job.
Trying to decide Who Should Own The Practice Vehicle? Learn more about the business, legal and tax implications surrounding this decision on page 28.
Jeannine Moga, MA, MSW, LCSW, offers guidance when veterinarians are Working Trough Ethical Dilemmas in the Field. Read this article on page 34.
This focus on Lameness and Laminitis Research Studies can help you and your patients. Learn more with the information starting on page 39.
Plan for orderly transitions in your practice with well-written Operating Agreements Among Partners on page 44.
Don’t miss this issue’s Keeping Up Topics on page 6:
Glucose and Insulin Responses to Various Pasture Grasses
Abdominal Wire Foreign Bodies
Reporting Animal Abuse
Effect of Sedatives on Hind Limb Lameness Evaluation