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Editorial calendar is subject to change.


NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2017

Dermatology: Otitis Externa
Pain Management: Chronic Pain Management
Internal Medicine: Fluid Therapy
Parasitology: Tickborne Disease
Internal Medicine: Canine Pancreatitis
Toxicology Talk
Career Challenges


EDITORIAL CALENDAR 2018

JANUARY/FEBRUARY

Columns
Nutrition
Parasitology
Practice Improvement
Toxicology

Features
Dentistry
Imaging
Infection Control
Large Animal

Career
Professional Development

 
 Rabbit Dentistry

MARCH/APRIL

Columns
Nutrition
Heartworm
Internal Medicine
Infectious Disease

Features
Emergency/Critical Care
Rehabilitation
Diagnostics
Exotics

Career
Professional Development

MAY/JUNE

Columns
Nutrition
Parasitology
Practice Improvement
Toxicology

Features
Dermatology
Infection Control
Alternative Medicine
Large Animal

Career
Professional Development

Puppies for the Holidays: Keeping Them Fear Free℠

JULY/AUGUST

Columns
Nutrition
Parasitology
Internal Medicine
Infectious Disease

Features
Anesthesia
Behavior
Diagnostics
Large Animal

Career
Professional Development

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER

Columns
Nutrition
Heartworm
Practice Improvement
Toxicology

Features
Clinical Pathology
Pain Management
Oncology
Exotics

Career
Professional Development

 Less than 6% of dogs and cats that experience cardiopulmonary arrest survive to discharge. The veterinary team needs to be well trained in cardiopulmonary resuscitation and be ready to deliver it. Key aspects include preparedness and prevention, basic and advanced life support, monitoring, and postarrest care.
 Feline Physical Rehabilitation

NOVEMBER/DECEMBER

Columns
Nutrition
Parasitology
Internal Medicine
Infectious Disease

Features
Cardiovascular Disease
Ophthalmology
Endocrinology
Surgery

Career
Professional Development