Practical Pharmacology for Veterinary Techniciansby Jennifer Serling and Kate Arnold
Authors: Jennifer Serling and Kate Arnold
Fresh New Approach
- Full-color photos and illustrations for visually enhanced learning
- Written by experienced Veterinary Technician Educators
- Detailed drug formulary information for added student comprehension
Practical Pharmacology for Veterinary Technicians is a beautiful full-color text that will enhance any Veterinary Technology program. Each chapter opens with Learning Objectives and a Case Study and closes with Chapter Review Questions and a Case Study follow up. The comprehensive textbook provides the detail required for veterinary technician students to pass the VTNE, ensuring total comprehension, and the text is written to help assure your program’s adherence to AVMA accreditation standards.
About the Authors
Jennifer Serling has been a certified veterinary technician since 1992 with a vast array of experience in both large and small animal medicine. She has a bachelor’s degree in Veterinary Science from the University of Arizona. Jennifer has been an educator in Veterinary Technology since 2007 and is the Vet Tech Program Director at Pima Medical Institute in Tucson, Arizona. She has authored chapters in two other veterinary technology textbooks.
Kate Arnold has been a Veterinary Technician educator since 2007 and is currently the Veterinary Programs Director at Pima Medical Institute in Aurora, Colorado. Kate has worked primarily in small animal practices within the veterinary field for 16 years and has been a Certified Veterinary Technician for more than 10 years. In addition to her degree in Veterinary Technology she holds a Bachelor of Science degree.