A veterinarian technician is like what a nurse is to a doctor. To be a vet tech it takes 2-4 years of school after high school. They do a lot of the appointments and check ups and assist in surgery. A veterinarian assistant is like a secretary to a vet hospital. They do all the finicial and appointment stuff with the owners of the animals and then when owners show up for their appointments, a veterinarian assistant will love on the dog/cat/other, weigh them, and then bring them to a room for a vet tech or actual vet to look at.
what is the difference between associate and assistant director? which has higher rank and credibility? Associate director outranks assistant director
the assistant assists
deputy is fully qualified and assistant is just that, an assistant.
A difference can be seen between two things. Not between one thing.
There is a difference between an account assistant and an account' executive. The assistant is non-management and likely makes an hourly salary. An account executive is paid salary and would be over the assistant.
im pretty sure veterinarian is a person that wrks with animals i don't think a pathologist has nothing to do with a animal
The only difference between a USPS city carrier assistant 1 and a USPS city carrier assistant 2 is seniority and pay. The assistant 2 position is a promotion from the assistant 1 position.
The difference between a medical assistant and a medical technician is that an assistant has more responsibilities than a technician does. A medical technicians main duties are to check the vitals of patients.
just salary difference...
You need to ask your local veterinarian this question.
The difference is the assistant project manager has to confer with the project manager on major decisions.
The capacity is the difference between a laptop and a personal digital assistant. Personal digital assistance can't carry out all the functions that a laptop can do.
A vet is a person and an animal clinic is a building.
An assistant helps the person in change, who may be referred to as a coordinator, manager or director.
In simple terms, the Veterinarian is the doctor and the Veterinary Technician is the nurse. The Veterinarian makes diagnoses and prescribes treatments, the Veterinary Technician carries out the treatment orders, or assists the Veterinarian in ensuring treatments are completed.
A physician treats humans while a veterinarian treats animals.
A Certified Clinical Medical Assistant has more training than a Clinical Medical Assistant.
A veterinarian is a doctor, so in that respect they are the same. However, if you are asking what the difference between a human physician and a veterinarian, the major difference is in species treated. Human physicians (MD/DO degree) are legally only allowed to provide medical services to humans; veterinarians (DVM/VMD degree) are legally only allowed to provide medical services to non-human animals.
There is not necessarily a difference. Graduate assistant may mean a research assistant, in which case they are paid to help faculty with a specific research project rather than teach. Graduate teaching assistant obviously refers specifically to a teaching appointment.
A veterinarian can operate on your pet, and perscribe medication. A technician can not do either one of those actions If you were comparing this to human medicine, a veterinarian is the doctor, and a registered veterinary technician (RVT) would be the registered nurse (RN).
an admin officer is like a personnel and logistics officer in one while the admin assistant is more of a secretary.
The assistant principal handles all discipline issues and the principal handles schoolwide problems...
the registered medical assistant has bee registered by the medical board ie. the NHS bus a non-registered one hasn't.