Ready, Vet, Go: Living Your Best Veterinary Life
Ready, Vet, Go: Living Your Best Veterinary LifeOct 18, 2019
Feedback Fortitude: An Expert’s Guide with Dr. Andy Roark
Financial Health: Student Loans with Dr. Tony Bartels
Client Communication and Education
For a full bio on Dr. Richard DeBowes and resources pertaining to this episode, please visit the WSVMA website at wsvma.org. Click on Resources and then Ready, Vet, Go!
Financial Health: Money Management with Darby Affeldt, DVM
Feedback Fortitude: Insight into Cyberbullying with Dr. Abby Whiting
Mindfulness and Stress Management
Marguerite Pappaioanou, DVM, MPVM, PhD, has held a wide variety of leadership roles throughout her veterinary career and is an Affiliate Professor in the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences, School of Public Health at the University of Washington in Seattle. In this episode of Ready, Vet, Go! Leading Your Best Veterinary Life, Dr. Pappaioanou brings her experience to the table and offers advice to the next generation of veterinarians on how to navigate our inherent role as Leaders in a team setting. She discusses advice for working within a close knit team, as well how to navigate being a 'boss' in the workplace with people who at times we may consider friends or family. A must listen for anyone curious about how to navigate delicate relationships in the workplace.
Work-Life Balance - Does It Even Exist?
Wondering about where to start with getting your life in order? We as veterinarians have heard that work-life balance is important, but quite frankly it does not seem realistic for most of our situations. How can you balance work with the things you love? In this podcast we interview Dr. Gary Marshall, a veterinarian and owner of Island Cats Veterinary Hospital, discuss how he has determined strategies to integrate work in with the rest of his life as a veterinarian, practice owner, husband and dad. We hope that this podcast will help you find your own balance.