Volume 5, Issue 7 (2010) Special Issue: Rural Veterinary Practice
This special issue of OJRRP was created to invite authors to submit manuscripts pertaining to the current and future economic, societal, technological, and professional factors influencing rural veterinary practice. In this issue of OJRRP, you will find a wealth of information regarding rural practice, training of veterinary students for rural practice, and various aspects of operating a small to medium sized business in a rural community. We are proud of the efforts of the many authors who contributed work to make this special issue valuable.
Published on October 18, 2010.
The Changing Face of Veterinary Practice: A Special Focus on Rural America
David E. Anderson, Brad White, and Robert Larson
Food Animal Veterinarians: Where We Came From and Where We Might Go
George M. Barrington and Andrew J. Allen
Recruitment of Veterinarians for Rural Communities through Education: The Veterinary Training Program for Rural Kansas
R.G. Elmore and Bradley J. White
Professional Services Offered in Rural, Mixed-Animal Veterinary Practices
Bradley J. White, Amy Brusk, and Dan Goehl
Access to Scientific Literature in Rural Veterinary Practice
Robert L. Larson
The Academy of Rural Veterinarians: Grassroots Innovation to Address the Rural Veterinarian Shortage
Shelley J. Lenz and Brian Buff
Bilingual, Digital, Audio-Visual Training Modules Improve Technical Knowledge of Feedlot and Dairy Workers
Christopher D. Reinhardt, Daniel U. Thomson, Deanna D. Retzlaff, Brooks Butler, and Jose Valles
Effectiveness of an Educational Interactive Video-DVD on Dairy Health Management Practices in Terms of Knowledge Gain among Dairy Farmers
P. Vidya, C. Manivannan, and N.K. Sudeep Kumar
Shortage of Rural Veterinarians: Real or Perceived?
Aurora Villarroel, Stephen R. McDonald, William L. Walker, Lana Kaiser, Renee D. Dewell, and Grant A. Dewell
State Fairs: A Means of Exposing America’s Youth to the Veterinary Profession?
Shelie L. Laflin and David E. Anderson
The Contributions of Open and Distance Learning (ODL) Towards Job Performance of Veterinary Practitioners
B.M. Maheswari and N.K. Sudeep Kumar