My First Publication

Last year, my first manuscript for my Master's was accepted for publishing. It is very exciting for me! I still have to work on the edits for another one, but I am waiting on my colleague to finish hers to send mine in, since we worked on the same project.


Doing my Master's gives me a unique set of skills that may not be available to other veterinarians. Just as a simple example, our clinic switched to a new software for our digital radiographs, I didn't have time to set it up for everyone else. The medical director is part time and didn't delegate the task to anyone, and similarly, our interim hospital manager didn't. It took me about 5 minutes at the end of my day to set up the serve. I think, only due to having a transferable skill from using a lot of software during my Master's.


Either way, a short one! Click through to the link!




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