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Veterinary Technician
Spay ASAP Inc
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Posted: 08-Sep-21

Location: Hartland, Vermont

Type: Part Time

Preferred Education: Some College

Salary: TBD

Occupation:

Vet Tech / Nurse / Assistant

Species:

Canine
Feline
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About Spay ASAP Inc
I first became interested in ergonomics in veterinary medicine when I noticed how many people in the field of high volume, high quality spay-neuter worked while in chronic pain. Scheduling and workload expectations seemed to be a chronic source of conflict in some organizations, and I became curious if there was some optimal workload or scheduling scheme that could protect everyones’ health and still perform the work. Researching the scientific literature, there was little available to answer these questions, so I conducted a study of spay neuter veterinarians to examine their workload and experience of pain, and in 2013, I published Prevalence and Risk Factors Associated with Musculoskeletal Discomfort in Spay and Neuter Veterinarians. While doing this research, I realized that I wanted a stronger foundation in the study of people and work, and in spring 2015, I completed a Masters of Science in Health Ergonomics from University of Derby (UK).
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