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OBJECTIVE To explore perceptions of faculty educators regarding the importance of nontechnical competencies in veterinary graduates and the placement of nontechnical competency development in veterinary education. DESIGN Survey. SAMPLE POPULATION All faculty members at 5 North American veterinary medical institutions. PROCEDURES Participants rated the(More)
In recent years, performance funding has become a particularly attractive way of pursuing better college outcomes in higher education. This paper summarizes findings from a large study on the implementation and impacts of performance funding through the lens of three states that are regarded by many as leaders in that movement: Indiana, Ohio, and Tennessee.(More)
The development of non-technical competencies has become an important component of veterinary education. In this study, we determined faculty perspectives regarding their perceived involvement and ability in the cultivation of these competencies. A survey was administered to faculty members at five institutions. Respondents were asked whether the competency(More)
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