In this episode I speak with Dr. Jess Trimble, a lover of all things virtual care. She truly believes that utilizing virtual, connected care with our clients is an important way to care for both ourselves and our patients.
Today I speak with the Secretary of the NOMV Board of Directors, Caitlin Furlong, about the origination of the Race Around the World and how this fundraising event has helped to shape the growth of Not One More Vet.
Today I speak with Dr. Ashley Bourgeois of The Derm Vet and The Derm Nerds about finding a community to support yourself through your vetmed journey.
Veterinarian and mom, Dr. Nia Perkins, joins me today on the podcast to share her story and also help other veterinarians learn why personal development coaching can be so beneficial.
Work hard. Take risks. Try new things. Push yourself. Become your own leader in your veterinary career.
Just a few of the tangible lessons you’ll hear in this episode with Dr. Julie Settlage.
Today you get to meet the co-founder of the DVMoms facebook group, Dr. Jordan Gesimondo. I wanted to talk to Jordan about her journey into motherhood in hopes of helping other young veterinary professionals to realize that parenting and veterinary medicine can go together – you just might need to get a little bit creative and find a lot of boundaries!
In this episode, I’ve invited Dr. Ivan “Zak” Zakharenkov to share with us his research on burnout in veterinary institutions.
Are you fed up with the way that equine practice has been run for the past… forever? In this episode you will hear the plans for an exciting new equine-focused seminar.
If you’re ready to help make changes in our industry, we want you to spend the weekend learning and collaborating with us. We know that it is possible to make equine veterinary medicine a sustainable and fulfilling career. Please join us for the Sustainability in Equine Practice Seminar. FInd more info at http://www.SEPseminars.com.
Dr. Lillie Davis proves that hard work and determination are the keys to achieving your dreams. She also realizes that it’s easy to get lost in the process. In this episode we cover everything from boundaries and self-care to the difficulties that people of color face when entering the veterinary medical field.
While I worry that the burden of student debt weighs heavily on veterinarians throughout their careers, quick repayment is not feasible in many cases. I’m also learning that it may not make the most mathematical sense, either. In this episode, Meagan Landress, a consultant for Student Loan Planner, helps me understand how to look at income-driven repayment and forgiveness in a new light. If you have any amount of student debt or are still in school, I think this episode is a must-listen. Planning for this giant pile of debt is the only way you will gain control over it.