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Work in the veterinary industry? You need to understand compassion fatigue

Work In The Veterinary Industry You Need To Understand Compassion Fatigue
Posted in 1. Mental health resources at 05 November, 2015

Compassion Fatigue has been described as the "cost of caring for others in emotional and physical pain. Compassion fatigue can be described as an emotional or spiritual exhaustion that takes over an individual. It is a state of tension and preoccupation w...

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Posted by Rosie Overfield, CCG

Are you prepared for the many aspects of being a veterinarian?

The Many Aspects Of Being A Veterinarian
Posted in 1. Mental health resources at 17 September, 2015

There are so many aspects to the work of being a vet that it is so easy when you are on the outside to only see the awesome parts (such as the puppies or kittens) and think that the job is AWESOME, or to look at the sad parts (when a much loved family...

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Posted by Dr Liz Chmurycz, Russell Vale Animal Clinic

From tweets to notes: 1st Internat. Symposium for Veterinary Mental Health & Suicide Prevention

Tweets To Notes Blog Post Not
Posted in Our Community at 11 June, 2015

There was so much information and experiences discussed by all the speakers at the '1st International Symposium for Veterinary Mental Health and Suicide Prevention' in Brisbane on Friday 29th May. I tested my tweeting skills and live tweeted throughout...

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Posted by Judy Gillespie

So what exactly is a 'Wellbeing Coach' for veterinarians?

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Posted in 1. Mental health resources at 10 July, 2014

I came across Nadine and her work via Twitter and was fascinated to hear about her role as a 'Wellbeing Coach for Vets' and I wanted to know more so I contacted Nadine & asked her a few questions.......

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Posted by Nadine Hamilton, Psychologist / Wellbeing Coach for Vets
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