Having a good mentor is vital to your veterinary career. Having a great mentor can be life changing. 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. … More Episode 40 – From Good to Great Mentorship with MentorVet Founder Addie Reinhard, DVM, MS
There is no doubt that veterinary professionals are beyond overloaded in today’s current climate. We need to find ways to think outside of the box in order to lighten our load and create more boundaries. Our personal well-being HAS to be on our to-do lists if we want to decrease the burnout in veterinary medicine and attract the right people onto our teams.
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. … More Episode 39 – Is Veterinary Telehealth an Opportunity to Improve Our Profession? featuring Dr. Jess Trimble
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Today I speak with Dr. Ashley Bourgeois of The Derm Vet and The Derm Nerds. … More Episode 37 – Support Yourself by Finding Your Community with Dr. Ashley Bourgeois
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. … More Episode 36 – Moving from Overwhelm to In Control featuring Dr. Nia Perkins of My Vetamorphosis
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For this episode, I’ve invited Dr. Ivan “Zak” Zakharenkov to share with us his research on burnout in veterinary institutions. With his extensive background, Dr. Zak aims to crack the code and build a new methodology to address veterinary groups’ acquisition, integration, and improvement; all while keeping employee experience as the top priority. … More Episode 33 – Goal Setting, Burnout & How Veterinary Consolidation Could Actually Help Our Industry featuring Dr. Ivan Zakharenkov
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 and Retreat being held in Seattle, Washington this October 14th-17th. … More Episode 32 – Introducing the Sustainability in Equine Practice Seminar & Retreat
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. Lillie is so genuine and warm; I am so thankful to have gotten the chance to get to know her. I hope you enjoy our chat as much as I did. … More Episode 31 – Learning to Take Care of Yourself featuring Lillie Davis, DVM, DACVIM (Oncology)
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. … More Episode 30 – Here’s Why You Need A Plan for Your Student Loan Repayment featuring Meagan Landress, CSLP