Category: Success

M&M Rounds: You’re not an RFHB

During M&M rounds, we will examine some fictitious cases and evaluate the facts and consider some solutions to these problems. Gary is a 21-year-old Caucasian male who presented for not being a reasonable freaking human being.  Lisa is a 26-year-old Asian-American female who presented for the same.  The symptoms for Gary include yelling at customer

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Adverse Weather in Veterinary Academia

This may seem like an odd topic, but I realized the other day there is an unwritten rule we tend to abide by in veterinary academia (and probably most clinics) when faced with university closures during adverse weather.  This isn’t English or history- we have patients and clients we have to take care of, regardless

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A Tale of Two Interns

I have some bad news.  Life is not a meritocracy.  We all wish we lived in a world where, if you are the best candidate for a position, you get the position.  Unfortunately, that’s not the world we live in.  In our world, who you know has a tremendous impact on your ability to get

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Podcast Episode #13: Dr. Katherine Fogelberg

Dr. Fogelberg is an education expert AND a veterinarian, a small but slowly expanding cohort of experts in academia. I met her through the Southeast Veterinary Education Consortium and we have been working on a research project together for about a year. Listen and learn more about this intriguing new combination of expert education and

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