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Flavia Vaduva

Flavia Vaduva is a general practice Veterinarian and product manager for VetPrep. She has a passion for veterinary medicine, education and business management. She really enjoys interacting with veterinary students and veterinary professionals. She spends her free time riding horses and traveling to explore new places!

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Vet Students: Are you Ready for August 1st NAVLE® Application Deadline?

Posted by Flavia Vaduva on July 31, 2019 at 9:16 AM

As first and second year students, the NAVLE® may just have been a distant thought. By third year, it became more tangible and it was time to start studying and register for one of the biggest exams of your careers. Now, as fourth years, the November/December NAVLE® window is just around the corner. 

In the United States, the North American Veterinary Licensing Examination (or NAVLE®) is administered by the International Council for Veterinary Assessment (or ICVA). August 1st is the firm deadline for receipt of NAVLE applications in the ICVA office.

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Topics: NAVLE, NAVLE Applications, 1st Year, 3rd Year, 4th Year, 2nd Year

Spider Bite True or False: 7 Trivia Questions for Veterinary Students

Posted by Flavia Vaduva on July 22, 2019 at 10:30 PM

How much do you know about venomous spiders? Quiz yourself to test your knowledge! 


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Topics: Quizzes, Spider Bites

Snakebite True or False: 7 Trivia Questions for Veterinary Students

Posted by Flavia Vaduva on July 16, 2019 at 8:48 AM

During the summertime, there is an increased chance of encountering a snakebite case with your pet. In fact, it is stated that most snakebites occur between the months of June and October. (3)

Check your knowledge to see if you’ve got some of the basics down!

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Topics: Quizzes, Snake Bites

You're a veterinary professional that has been criticized, now what?

Posted by Flavia Vaduva on June 26, 2019 at 2:32 PM
 
It is extremely likely that, at some point during your veterinary career, you have been exposed to client criticism. You may have seen it as a pre-veterinary student working as an assistant or as a veterinary student on clinics. It is also likely you will be exposed to client criticism as a veterinarian.
 
The difference is that, as a veterinarian, it will feel more personal since you are a decision maker and responsible for the care the owners want their pet to receive. Despite your best efforts, there are just some things you cannot avoid in veterinary medicine - and client criticism is one of them. It’s important to arm yourself with knowledge about strategies to deal with these situations.
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Topics: Workplace

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