Culture Shift Needed to Enhance Veterinary Well-being
January 7, 2020 —
The 2019 Veterinary Wellbeing Summit, co-hosted by the AVMA, featured expert advice on making individual and organizational wellbeing an integral part of veterinary practice. "Whether it's cognitive distortion or shame or fear or primal instinct of withdrawal, when we're not feeling ourselves or are weakened in some way, we have to keep in mind that it's OK to seek help." Christine Moutier, chief medical officer of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, said during one of the sessions. Read the full story at JAVMA News.
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