Describe the use Antibiotics in protecting the health of people and animals
Describe the use Antibiotics in protecting the health of people..Antibiotics are crucial to protecting the health of people and animals. In order to maintain the effectiveness of antibiotics, stewardship of their use must be practiced in both human medicine and production of food animals. Discuss the importance of the judicious use of antibiotics and the steps that can be taken to reduce the use of antibiotics in livestock production.
#2: Personal Statement: Describe the process through which you made your “adult,” not your “childhood,” decision to become a veterinarian. What in your formal educational and experiential learning events led you to this decision? Do not provide a list of clinical skills or experience titles which might be listed on subsequent pages of your application. It is more critical to us to hear from you, in your own words, how those experiences informed your “adult” decision to become a veterinarian.
#3: We are interested in learning more about you in realms outside of the animal world. Please answer one of the following questions without using an animal theme. Tips for a successful essay: a. Any mention of animals is considered an animal theme. Please choose a topic that is not related to animals. b. The admissions committee considers this essay as important as the three VMCAS essays. You are allowed 500 words for this essay. Using the full 500 words will allow you to take full advantage of this section of the application.
1. If you could have dinner with any historical figure, who would it be? What would you hope to learn from the conversation?
2. Andy Warhol once said, “In the future, everyone will be famous for fifteen minutes.” Describe your fifteen minutes.
3. For this question only you may answer with either a 500 word essay or a video of two minutes or less.
A.A. Milne once said, “The things that make me different are the things that make me.” Describe a time or experience in your own life when your actions captured what makes you.
#4: Why is PennVet a good match for you