Denver's AVMA Conventions: 2003 and 2014 (Updated Version)
Smith, Donald F.
The 2013 AVMA Convention in Denver dealt with some thorny issues about the future of veterinary medicine. The author reflects on the remarkable changes in the veterinary profession hat have taken place in the 10 years between 2003 and 2013.
Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine
American Veterinary Medical Association; History of Veterinary Medicine; Ragan, Valerie; Nave. Jim; Brandt. Jim; Howell, Joe; Pion, Paul; Veterinary Information Network; Cohn, Ted; Mahr, Roger; House of Delegates; Veterinary Workforce; Women’s Veterinary Development Leadership Initiative; Denver; AVMA Convention 2014; Diversity; Goeppinger, Kathleen; Midwestern University; Leadership in Veterinary Medicine
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