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28m:57s
Ep. 243

Tune in as we discuss how salary, specialty credentials, and practice ownership stack up for women in the veterinary workforce.

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50m:28s
Ep. 242

Dr. Pachel explores the challenging factors surrounding these cases, both leading up to the euthanasia decision and following it. He also shares practices and resources that can help patients, clients, and providers alike.

25m:29s
Ep. 241

Tune in as Dr. Alyssa and Dr. Beth explore the ripple effect of a recent New York Times survey on "being stuck with a big vet bill."

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Resistant hookworms are no longer uncommon. Dr. Kaplan details how to diagnose and treat these resistant cases.

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Ep. 237

Dr. Hayes guides us through four challenging surgical cases—highlighting hemorrhage, wound management, respiratory emergencies, and mass excisions.

54m:30s
Ep. 234

Dr. Seitz shares excellent advice on how to use radiography to the fullest—even if it means getting a wooden spoon or carbonated beverage—and how to apply point-of-care ultrasound at the general practice level.

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24m:06s
Ep. 238

Has high demand in the veterinary industry strained referral relationships? Are there best practices when it comes to communication between vets?

15m:08s
Ep. 235

Clients with human medical training can sometimes cause frustration among veterinary teams when they challenge the veterinarian’s expertise in treating their animals. But how are veterinarians as patients?

46m:21s
Ep. 233

If you’ve ever considered a break from clinical medicine and wondered what it would feel like to jump back in, listen in as Dr. Katie shares the good, the bad, and the ugly (read: anxious) of re-entry!

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22m:22s
Ep. 240

When we prescribe short-term steroids for pruritic dogs, do we really know what happens next? In this episode of Clinician’s Brief Partner Podcast, host Dr. Beth sits down with dermatologist Dr. Fiona Bateman to delve into a new study examining adverse events associated with short-term steroid use. Dr. Beth reflects on the impact these results can have on clinical practice, and Dr. Bateman shares how a chewable tablet can benefit compliance and quality of life for pruritic dogs and their owners.

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43m:25s
Ep. 236

Although seizures can be scary, managing idiopathic epilepsy doesn’t have to be. In this episode of Clinician’s Brief Partner Podcast, host Dr. Beth sits down with Dr. Fred Wininger to get answers on how to approach the seizing pet, tips for pet owner communication, and options in seizure management. 

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Ep. 232

The Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Support Mission (PPPVSM) was established to help tackle the hurdles that stand in the way of a veterinarian’s “calling to care.” In this episode of the Clinician’s Brief Partner Podcast, host Dr. Beth Molleson sits down with Dr. Callie Harris to get the details on how PPVSM’s recent donation to the American Veterinary Medical Foundation is providing $1 million worth of financial support to help veterinarians care for pets whose owners are facing financial hardship. Listen in to find out how you can utilize up to $2,000 of these funds this year to help support the patients in your practice that need it most.

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Meet the podcast hosts

Alyssa Watson

Alyssa Watson, DVM

Located near Las Vegas, Nevada, Dr. Alyssa Watson earned her DVM from Iowa State University in 2003. In addition to her role as Interactive Medical Editor at VetMedux, she practices at a small animal clinic as well as in-home veterinary hospice end-of-life care.

Beth Molleson

Beth Molleson, DVM

A native Ohioan, Dr. Beth Molleson earned her DVM from The Ohio State University in 2011. In addition to her role as Brief Studio’s Veterinary Officer at VetMedux, she practices in the Cincinnati area as a relief veterinarian.

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