You are not alone if you struggle to communicate with your boss or your employees. We are at a time in the world where five different generations are forced to play nicely when it comes to working together. Jay McChord is here today to help us understand just how differently all of these generations view life and work. You’ll also get to hear an awesome discussion on courageous leadership and how to be a great mentor. If you are a veterinarian who struggles with employee recruitment or retention, or if you are scared to talk to your boss about a new idea, this episode is one that cannot be missed.
Hear from one equine veterinarian who has fallen down, picked himself back up and agrees that equine veterinary medicine has got to change. I am excited to share my conversation with Dr. Brooke Bowman.
Solo equine vets make up 37% of all equine veterinarians. Many people think of group practice as the only way to go after graduation, but if you want to forge your own path as an equine veterinarian, you can do it! And you won’t be alone in doing so. While not every aspect of solo practice is perfect, there are many upsides to owning your own business and that is what we discuss today.
Welcome to Season 4 of The Whole Veterinarian Podcast! I hope you are having a wonderful start to the year. I am excited to get back to releasing episodes on February 3, 2022 after a much needed holiday break.
This season will focus on equine veterinarians for the next couple of months. We face unique challenges in veterinary medicine and I want to highlight some of the voices working to make a difference in our space.
Also, I want to let you know that The Sustainability in Equine Practice Seminar & Retreat is back! After a hugely successful event in 2021, we are excited to gather again in Charlotte, North Carolina on March 24-27th. Please see the website for more info and to register. Come join us!
Please make sure to check out the brand new Whole Veterinarian website. She’s so pretty!!! Download some freebies, sign up for the newsletter or just learn more about me there.
Today I am again joined by Dr. Marie Holowaychuk to continue our conversation regarding suicide awareness and prevention in veterinary medicine. We cover topics ranging from how to recognize someone who might be at risk of suicide to ways you can educate yourself about how to help someone in the midst of a crisis. We also touch on the correct and safe ways to discuss the matter of suicide with your team and friends.
TRIGGER WARNING- This episode contains references to and information about suicide which may be upsetting to some people. The purpose of the episode is to educate and bring awareness to the stigma around mental illness and provide resources but if you are not in a position to handle this discussion, please skip this episode. If you […]
Talking about money can be a huge drain in our day-to-day lives. Veterinarians have these discussions all day long with pet owners. It’s understandable that dealing with your own finances at the end of the day is likely the last thing you want to do. Dr. Grace Kim of Richer Life DVM joins me on this episode to share some ideas about why it might be worthwhile to get your personal finances in order. She also shares some tactical advice on how to get started with finances if you think that money is just “not your thing.” We both feel very strongly that getting a handle on personal finances is a huge step in improving your overall well-being, so please give this episode a listen!
Dr. Stacey Cordivano of The Whole Veterinarian Podcast discusses 7 daily habits that support her mental well-being.
I think we can all agree that team dysfunction and a toxic workplace are major contributors to the poor well-being of the individual veterinarian. Today’s guest studies and consults on a few things that I believe could significantly change the way our veterinary practices function on a day-to-day basis. Dr. Olivia Oginska is deeply passionate about veterinary workplace well-being, emotional intelligence, psychological safety and creating tools that help veterinary practitioners to thrive in their career and personal life.
Dr. Addie Reinhard talks with us today about the qualities that set apart the great mentors and she explains how you can easily become one of them. Addie also details how her program, MentorVet, is helping recent grads adjust to life in the real veterinary world.