Clinical Sciences Department
Office: Argus VTH
Office Phone: 970-297-4007
Jane Shaw, DVM, PhD, is a recognized expert in veterinarian-client-patient interactions, Assistant Professor of Veterinary Communication and the Director of the Argus Institute at CSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital. She received her veterinary degree from Michigan State University in 1994 and received her PhD in Epidemiology at the University of Guelph in Ontario, Canada in 2004. Dr. Shaw was selected as the recipient of the 2008 Leo K. Bustad Companion Animal Veterinarian Award, recognizing her contributions to enhancing the relationship between people and their pets. Dr. Shaw implements the communication curriculum at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital, focusing on clinical interviewing skills to enhance professional performance through partnership with colleagues and clients. Dr. Shaw is called upon internationally and nationally to conduct skills-based communication workshops at veterinary conferences and symposia. Jane shares her life with her beloved 4-legged friend, Cliff.
: Shaw JR, Barley GE, Hill AE, Larson S, Roter DL. Communication skills onsite in a veterinary practice. Patient Education and Counseling 80 (2010) 337-344.
: Shaw JR, Bonnett BN, Roter DL, Adams CL, Larson S. Gender differences in veterinarian-client-patient communication in companion animal visits. Submitted.
: Nogueira Borden LJ, Adams CL, Bonnett BN, Shaw JR, Ribble CS. Use of the measure of patient-centered communication to analyze euthanasia discussions in companion animal practice. JAVMA 238 (2010) 1275-1287.
: Kanji, N, Coe JB, Adams CL, Shaw JR. Veterinarian-client-patient interactions and clients’ adherence to dentistry and surgery recommendations in companion-animal practice. JAVMA. Accepted
: Shaw JR, Adams CL, Bonnett BN, Roter DL, Larson S. Veterinarian Satisfaction with Companion Animal Visits. JAVMA. Accepted.