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Cari Wise

Dr. Cari Wise is a 1999 graduate of the University of Missouri, College of Veterinary Medicine. She completed a Masters degree in Education from Argosy University in 2015. Throughout her career, Dr. Wise has utilized her veterinary education in variety of settings including private and corporate small animal practice, shelter medicine, spay/neuter clinics, veterinary relief services, start-up practice ownership, and veterinary technician education.

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Now Recruiting Vet Representatives From the Class of 2020

Posted by Cari Wise on November 6, 2017 at 1:28 PM

Hello Class of 2019!

We are ready to recruit the next class of VetPrep Reps and we need your help!
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Topics: VetPrep, Vet Student

VetPrep is Now an App!

Posted by Cari Wise on September 28, 2017 at 11:33 AM


Hey guys Dr.Cari Wise from VetPrep. I'm so excited about a new feature that we've developed that I decided to jump on here and tell you about it in person. We know you love VetPret, it's the premier study tool for the NAVLE and now you have no excuses not to study.
 
VetPrep is now an App! It's available for Android and Apple devices. So just go to Google Play or the App Store and download it today. 
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Topics: Videos, VetPrep, VetPrep App

Self-Inflicted Death of the Veterinarian

Posted by Cari Wise on September 10, 2017 at 12:27 PM

Back when I began vet school, over 20 years ago, I remember sitting in orientation events and listening to the administration talk to us about the challenges we would face during the four years to come. We were encouraged to create study plans, study groups, and to prioritize our time. Even then, they said, not all of us would make it through to graduation. They were right. 

Then, almost as an afterthought, they added that veterinarians are in the top three of professionals most likely to commit suicide; so we needed to be aware of that.
 
Wait. What? WHAT?!
 
Tragically, they were right about that too.
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Topics: Videos, Medical Mistakes

Veterinarian Infographic: Angles of Injection Insertions

Posted by Cari Wise on July 10, 2017 at 9:16 AM
Veterinary Students, our next veterinary infographic is on the angles of injection insertions.  We cover 90 degree intramuscular, 45 degree subcutaneous, 25 degree intravenous and 10-15 degree intradermal.
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Topics: Facts, Injections

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