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Current opinion on maximizing veterinary profession growth and contributions

By R. Nimmanapalli, S. R. Donapaty

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Veterinary profession sphere overlaps three major biology arenas namely agriculture, basic sciences, and human medicine. Thus, so far the investments in veterinary field are not proportional to the scope of their responsibilities. Rededication and rejuvenation can help veterinary profession to maximize outcomes in poverty alleviation, food security, environmental protection, integrated zoonotic disease prevention and control, integrated public services delivery, animal welfare and human-animal bond. Transforming backyard farming into farm management; symptomatic treatment philosophy into prevention and control ethos; one medicine, require capacity building, continuing education as well as curriculum reforms. Consensus needs to be built within the profession to enrol stakeholder participation in professional growth and outcomes enhancement. In this article, authors used developed world experience to suggest a customized reform and manpower empowerment approach for increasing veterinary profession stature and contributions for India. It is hoped that awareness brought forward to elevate discussion on veterinary profession opportunities would be beneficial to the profession as well as to the society.

Publication Title Indian Journal of Animal Sciences
Volume 86
Issue 9
Pages 977-984
ISBN/ISSN 0367-8318
Language English
Author Address Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh 221 005, India.Ramadevi.nimmanapalli@gmail.com donapaty@gmail.com
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  1. Agriculture
  2. Animal behavior
  3. Animal diseases
  4. Animal health and hygiene
  5. Animals
  6. Animal welfare
  7. Anthrozoology
  8. Asia
  9. Behavioral research
  10. Biodiversity
  11. Business
  12. Commonwealth of Nations
  13. Developing countries
  14. Diseases
  15. Ecology
  16. Education
  17. Employees
  18. Environment
  19. Extension
  20. Farms
  21. Food economics
  22. Food policy
  23. Food science
  24. Health care
  25. Human behavior
  26. Humans
  27. India
  28. Infections
  29. Infectious diseases
  30. Infrastructure
  31. Mammals
  32. Men
  33. natural resources
  34. Parasites
  35. Parasitology
  36. pathogens
  37. pathology
  38. pest control
  39. Poverty
  40. prevention
  41. Primates
  42. Protection
  43. Psychiatry and psychology
  44. Public administration
  45. Public Services
  46. Relationships
  47. Science
  48. Social psychology and social anthropology
  49. stakeholders
  50. training
  51. vertebrates
  52. Veterinary profession
  53. Veterinary sciences
  54. Wild animals
  55. Zoology
  56. Zoonoses