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Note: I am not the best writer (to be honest I am awful at it). But I have all t

Note: I am not the best writer (to be honest I am awful at it). But I have all the ideas and content, I just need help putting it into words. I am working with a pre-vet adviser on my application but I cannot get my drafts done or they are unreadable. I am looking for someone to help me put my ideas into words. Please contact me at (424) 208-4876 if you are interested. I am trying to get this done quickly and successfully.
Here is the prompt below: 3000 characters max (counting spaces)
Your essay should answer why you want to pursue a career in veterinary medicine.
Although there is no set of rules mandating what a strong personal statement should include, here are a few tips to help you successfully craft an effective personal statement:
Explain a defining moment that helped steer you toward a career in veterinary medicine. Consider using that moment as the focal point of your essay.
Be original and thoughtful: Discuss how you would contribute to the profession and patient care, all of which will help you stand out from other applicants.
As you are telling us why you want to pursue a career in veterinary medicine, explain why you are a good candidate for veterinary school. Ask yourself—in a pile of 100 applications, would I enjoy reading my statement? Be sure to convey your passion for veterinary medicine in your statement.
Many of you have had meaningful experiences with animals or veterinarians as children and these are important but should only be mentioned briefly.
Your application materials already contain a summary of your accomplishments, so avoid repeating information from your transcripts or reference letters.
Give yourself time to organize your thoughts, write well and edit as necessary.
Ask yourself if this essay is a good representation of your character, ideals, and aspirations.
Don’t forget to proofread!

Note: I am not the best writer (to be honest I am awful at it). But I have all t

Note: I am not the best writer (to be honest I am awful at it). But I have all the ideas and content, I just need help putting it into words. I am working with a pre-vet adviser on my application but I cannot get my drafts done or they are unreadable. I am looking for someone to help me put my ideas into words. Please contact me at (424) 208-4876 if you are interested. I am trying to get this done quickly and successfully.
Here is the prompt below: 3000 characters max (counting spaces)
Your essay should answer why you want to pursue a career in veterinary medicine.
Although there is no set of rules mandating what a strong personal statement should include, here are a few tips to help you successfully craft an effective personal statement:
Explain a defining moment that helped steer you toward a career in veterinary medicine. Consider using that moment as the focal point of your essay.
Be original and thoughtful: Discuss how you would contribute to the profession and patient care, all of which will help you stand out from other applicants.
As you are telling us why you want to pursue a career in veterinary medicine, explain why you are a good candidate for veterinary school. Ask yourself—in a pile of 100 applications, would I enjoy reading my statement? Be sure to convey your passion for veterinary medicine in your statement.
Many of you have had meaningful experiences with animals or veterinarians as children and these are important but should only be mentioned briefly.
Your application materials already contain a summary of your accomplishments, so avoid repeating information from your transcripts or reference letters.
Give yourself time to organize your thoughts, write well and edit as necessary.
Ask yourself if this essay is a good representation of your character, ideals, and aspirations.
Don’t forget to proofread!

This research project contains four parts. You’ll research and write about each

This research project contains four parts. You’ll research and write about each of the following topics:
Fluid administration
Emergency care
Wound management
Veterinary periodontics
Although there’s no required minimum or maximum page length, the recommended length is two to three pages per topic. The questions should be thoroughly researched and answered, making sure to avoid straying too far from the stated focus. Use publication search engines such as PubMed to obtain original research papers if you plan to use these to address any of the questions. Consult reliable and up-to-date reference materials as needed and appropriate.
See attached file for more specific information.

Format The project must be constructed using Microsoft Word, numbered pages, and

Format
The project must be constructed using Microsoft Word, numbered pages, and APA style formatting, references, and in-text citations. Appropriate fonts include Times New Roman and Arial. Font should be 12 point and line spacing single, 1.5, or “at least” – spacing between sections intended to provide aesthetics is permitted. A cover page, table of contents, and facility mission statement must be included. Information concerning animals expected to be/reside in the facility and how to provide excellent care should fold into Sections A-E seamlessly without needless jumping around. Project length must be no less than 10 and no more than 15 pages.
First Things First (Before You Write!)*
Your employee handbook should be the road map for how to operate within your facility – an introduction to your culture and a guide that your employees use in the preparation and then interact with on a regular basis on the job. Every organization should have a mission: the reason why your employees come to your workplace each day, rather than the millions of other workplaces out there. Your mission should engage your employees on both an emotional and intellectual level, establishing an exciting challenge they care about. Start your handbook by telling your employees your company’s mission and values. That will set the framework for the rest of your policies and procedures… not only for the reader but also for you, the drafter. Steer away from putting generic policies into your handbook – personalize your policies for your facility. Explain your policies and your reasons behind them, and do it in a tone that’s consistent with the way you typically speak with your employees. Remember, no facility can be idealistic – anticipating real-world problems and solutions will help to guide you.
Sections Your Handbook Must Cover
Section A: Safety Precautions & Solutions
How will staff serve to minimize the potential for harm to animals, employees, and even clients? Do government agencies or professional organizations come into play?
Covered in Week 2
Section B: Be On the Lookout: Behavioral Awareness
Discuss behaviors commonly displayed by animals in your facility. What behavioral changes may indicate an animal is sick or especially stressed? How will staff track and respond to animal behavior in your facility?
Must discuss between 2 and 5 behaviors relevant to the animals in your facility.
Covered in Weeks 1, 3, and 5
Section C: Habitat Maintenance
What are staff required to do to maintain animal habitats? Are there special considerations when cleaning? Consider habitat variables: size, material, potential weak points, etc. What enrichment will you provide to the animals? How will your habitat promote proper animal welfare?
Covered in Weeks 1 and 2
Section D: Animal Training Protocols
Is training necessary – why or why not? How might protocols vary in your facility, if at all? Are all staff permitted to train? What training tools will you use? Are animals in your facility learning from both classical and operant conditioning?
Must discuss protocols for between 2 and 5 animals.
Covered in Week 4
Section E: Animal Handling
Who can handle which animals? Are there any limitations on this? Will you draw from any other sections when discussing animal handling? What are the requirements staff might need to handle animals? How can handling be accomplished safely and without causing undue stress or harm to the animal?
Must compare and contrast methods between 2 and 5 animals.
Covered in Weeks 3, 4, and 5
https://www.fastcompany.com/3043369/5-steps-to-creating-an-employee-handbook-your-people-cant-wait-to-read

Determination of Serum Leptin, Ghrelin, Insulin, Irisin Hormone Levels Before an

Determination of Serum Leptin, Ghrelin, Insulin, Irisin Hormone Levels Before and After Operation in Cows with Left Abomasum Displacement
4. Give a brief about leptin hormone in cattle/cows/other ruminants.
5. Role/ effects of leptin hormone in metabolism of ruminants/cattles/cows and abomasum displacement
6. Changes of plasma/serum leptin levels in cattle suffered from abomasum displacement (before treatment and after treatment)
7. Give a brief about ghrelin hormone in cattle/cows/ruminants.
8. Role/ effects of ghrelin hormone in metabolism of ruminants/cattles/cows and abomasum displacement
9. Changes of plasma/serum ghrelin levels in cattle suffered from abomasum displacement (before treatment and after treatment)
10. Give a brief about irisin hormone in cattle/cows/ruminants.
11. Role/ effects of irisin hormone in metabolism of ruminants/cattles/cows and abomasum displacement
12. Changes of plasma/serum irisin levels in cattle suffered from abomasum displacement (before treatment and after treatment)
13. Give an information about relationships these hormones, how affected each others

The research paper must be typewritten using a word processing program such as M

The research paper must be typewritten using a word processing program such as MS Word. Use 12-point Times New Roman font, and double spacing.
Part 1. Fluid Administration
For Part 1, discuss intravenous fluid administration in a feline patient. Your research will include
What physical exam parameters you use to assess the hydration status in your patient. You’ll detail the different percentages of dehydration, and the signs you see on examination with each one.
The purpose of each phase of fluid therapy for a female feline patient assumes the following:
The patient isn’t showing any signs of shock.
The cat weighs 8 lbs, is 10% dehydrated, and doesn’t have any vomiting or diarrhea.
Use this information to calculate the fluid rates for each needed phase of fluid therapy for this patient. Be sure to include the formula you’re using, and show each step in the calculation of the fluid rates.
How should you monitor the IV fluid therapy in this patient?
Why is it important to monitor patients receiving IV fluid therapy?

Determination of Serum Leptin, Ghrelin, Insulin, Irisin Hormone Levels Before an

Determination of Serum Leptin, Ghrelin, Insulin, Irisin Hormone Levels Before and After Operation in Cows with Left Abomasum Displacement
4. Give a brief about leptin hormone in cattle/cows/other ruminants.
5. Role/ effects of leptin hormone in metabolism of ruminants/cattles/cows and abomasum displacement
6. Changes of plasma/serum leptin levels in cattle suffered from abomasum displacement (before treatment and after treatment)
7. Give a brief about ghrelin hormone in cattle/cows/ruminants.
8. Role/ effects of ghrelin hormone in metabolism of ruminants/cattles/cows and abomasum displacement
9. Changes of plasma/serum ghrelin levels in cattle suffered from abomasum displacement (before treatment and after treatment)
10. Give a brief about irisin hormone in cattle/cows/ruminants.
11. Role/ effects of irisin hormone in metabolism of ruminants/cattles/cows and abomasum displacement
12. Changes of plasma/serum irisin levels in cattle suffered from abomasum displacement (before treatment and after treatment)
13. Give an information about relationships these hormones, how affected each others

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