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AAEP Rounds Etiquette

  • 1.  AAEP Rounds Etiquette

    Posted 09-05-2018 10:41
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    Dear list members:


    The AAEP encourages productive and professional discussions on all of the Rounds and the General Discussion List. To keep the culture on our lists positive and beneficial for all, we like to recirculate the AAEP Rounds and General Discussion List Rules and Etiquette from time to time as a quick reference guide. If you have questions or need assistance with any of the Rounds or the General Discussion List, feel free to contact me direct at 
    awahl@aaep.org.

     

    This is your forum to bring up a difficult case, discuss the culture of veterinary medicine or compare best practices with others that are faced with the same type of challenges that you are. Start the conversation today!

     

    Regards,

     

    Amity Wahl

     

     

     

     

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  • 2.  RE: AAEP Rounds Etiquette

    Posted 09-08-2018 14:25

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