How much do you know about commonly-used eye medications? Take the following quiz to assess your knowledge!
As a recruiter and search consultant, I’ve seen many people react to feedback that was given to them. I’ve seen some react well, and I’ve seen some react poorly.
As students preparing to graduate and enter the workforce, it’s important that you have a healthy perspective in regards to the feedback you receive and even more critical, that you do something with that feedback.
When you think of systemic diseases that you’ll encounter as a vet, you probably envision diagnosing those conditions on the basis of a thorough physical exam, screening blood tests, and other body-wide diagnostics. In some cases, however, a thorough ophthalmologic exam will be all that is needed to provide you with a strong suspicion of a systemic disease.
While there are many systemic diseases that may present with ocular manifestations, these 7 conditions should always be on your radar when dealing with unexpected ocular disease.
Are the odds in your favor?
If you’re a senior vet student wondering whether or not you should apply to an internship, it’s important to get the facts. Apply to internships through the VIRMP is not an easy task. The application process calls for an essay, letters of recommendation and careful selection of programs, among other requirements.
It is also not an inexpensive task, depending on the number of programs you plan to apply to. Naturally, you may want to know if the odds of matching to a program are in your favor.