The EquiManagement Magazine winter 2022 issue is the largest issue we have published. It is chocked full of research, business and veterinarian wellness topics.
Table of Contents for EquiManagement Winter 2022 Magazine
Here are the headlines and a little bit about what you can find in the EquiManagement Winter 2022 Magazine.
4 Publisher’s Points: Save Vets: Educate Owners By Kimberly S. Brown
We all need to increase awareness about the current issues in the veterinary industry in order to ensure that all horses can receive the care they need now and into the future.
6 Keeping Up By Nancy S. Loving
- Botulism in Unexpected Places
- Hay Selection Research: Horse Versus Human
15 Business Briefs: Planning Your Professional Future By Amy L. Grice, VMD MBA
Every decision can be made while considering your objectives for your future. Don’t hesitate to live the life you have imagined. Brought to you by CareCredit
16 Managing Severe Equine Asthma By Stacey Oke, DVM, MSc
Managing horses with severe equine asthma can be challenging to equine veterinarians and their clients. Brought to you by Boehringer Ingelheim
25 Clients Speak Out By Amy L. Grice, VMD, MBA
A survey of more than 1,700 horse owners revealed a need to increase awareness of issues facing the equine veterinary industry today.
36 Diagnosing and Managing EMS Cases By Stacey Oke, DVM, MSc
Educating owners will help minimize the devastating effects of equine metabolic syndrome (EMS).
46 Feeding Forage First By Katie Navarra
With dry hay production in 2022 expected to be the lowest in 115 years, vets will need to help clients understand options for forage-first horse diets. Brought to you by ADM
50 Create a Position That Can Attract an Associate By Amy L. Grice, VMD, MBA
Creating an associate position that will attract candidates is challenging, and it might require changes in the practice.
58 Cleaning Up ‘Dirty’ Mares By Stacey Oke, DVM, MSc
A successful pregnancy often can be obtained in a ‘dirty’ mare through diagnosis of underlying issues and proper treatment.
66 Reclaiming What Matters: Moving Through Burnout By Colleen Best, BScH, DVM
Burnout is not something that occurs overnight, and it can’t be resolved overnight.
76 Contagious Equine Metritis and Equine Viral Arteritis By Nancy S. Loving
Veterinarians can help increase owner awareness of infectious/contagious equine venereal diseases.
93 The Right Light By Heather E. Lewis, AIA, NCARB, AAA
Here are seven tips for getting the most out of your equine facility by adding high-efficiency lighting.
98 Student Loan Relief Program By Amy L. Grice, VMD, MBA
While this program might assist veterinarians, it will not change the issue of educational debt that our profession faces.
104 Ethical Practice, Every Day By Amy L. Grice, VMD, MBA
Each day, seek to live up to your values in everything you do.
111 Nine Social Media Tips for Veterinarians By Katie Navarra
Here are nine ways veterinarians can start or improve their social media presence.
116 Research Spotlight: Madigan Foal Squeeze Technique By Nancy S. Loving, DVM
This simple, research-driven technique helps ‘dummy’ foals transition to a normal life outside the womb.
121 Managing Cash Flow By Amy L. Grice, VMD, MBA
Having the ability to forecast the practice’s cash flow in the coming year can be very helpful in managing practice finances.
130 Ad Index
Special Advertising Sections EquiManagement Magazine Winter 2022
74 Butterfly Ultrasound Resource Library: Ultrasound-Guided Injections
Butterfly Network has created an Ultrasound Resource Library on EquiManagement.com to assist equine practitioners in using ultrasound as part of their daily practice.
Product news and deals for veterinarians and practices
131 Boehringer Ingelheim Flip Book