Pride Month

Vetcetera, PrideVMC, and Not One More Vet Join for a Conversation about Gender Identity and LGBTQ+ Rights in the Veterinary Community

In honor of Pride Month, Vetcetera, a leading continuing education provider for the veterinary community and subsidiary of popular professional development company Edcetera, is proud to partner with PrideVMC and Not One More Vet for a special webinar presenting the Gender Identity Bill of Rights for the Veterinary Profession. Taking place on June 21, 2022,…

Compassion Fatigue Part 6: Achieving Your Wellness Goals

Compassion fatigue is a state of mental and physical distress that occurs when caregivers are chronically exposed to the suffering of others. Symptoms of compassion fatigue vary and might include exhaustion, frustration, depression, apathy, headaches, gastrointestinal distress, sleep disturbances, intrusive imagery, and fear. Compassion fatigue is a state of mental and physical distress that occurs when caregivers are chronically exposed to the suffering of others. Symptoms of compassion fatigue vary and might include exhaustion, frustration, depression, apathy, headaches, gastrointestinal distress, sleep disturbances, intrusive imagery, and fear. These negative effects worsen over time if the underlying cause is not addressed.

Compassion Fatigue: A Hidden Danger to Veterinary Professionals

Compassion Fatigue Part 1: A Hidden Danger to Veterinary Professionals

Compassion fatigue is a state of mental and physical distress that occurs when caregivers are chronically exposed to the suffering of others. Symptoms of compassion fatigue vary and might include exhaustion, frustration, depression, apathy, headaches, gastrointestinal distress, sleep disturbances, intrusive imagery, and fear. Compassion fatigue is a state of mental and physical distress that occurs when caregivers are chronically exposed to the suffering of others. Symptoms of compassion fatigue vary and might include exhaustion, frustration, depression, apathy, headaches, gastrointestinal distress, sleep disturbances, intrusive imagery, and fear. These negative effects worsen over time if the underlying cause is not addressed.

Compassion Fatigue Part 2: Understanding Your Risk

Compassion fatigue is a state of mental and physical distress that occurs when caregivers are chronically exposed to the suffering of others. Symptoms of compassion fatigue vary and might include exhaustion, frustration, depression, apathy, headaches, gastrointestinal distress, sleep disturbances, intrusive imagery, and fear. Compassion fatigue is a state of mental and physical distress that occurs when caregivers are chronically exposed to the suffering of others. Symptoms of compassion fatigue vary and might include exhaustion, frustration, depression, apathy, headaches, gastrointestinal distress, sleep disturbances, intrusive imagery, and fear. These negative effects worsen over time if the underlying cause is not addressed.

Compassion Fatigue: Shielding and Healing Yourself

Compassion Fatigue Part 3: Shielding and Healing Yourself

Compassion fatigue is a state of mental and physical distress that occurs when caregivers are chronically exposed to the suffering of others. Symptoms of compassion fatigue vary and might include exhaustion, frustration, depression, apathy, headaches, gastrointestinal distress, sleep disturbances, intrusive imagery, and fear. Compassion fatigue is a state of mental and physical distress that occurs when caregivers are chronically exposed to the suffering of others. Symptoms of compassion fatigue vary and might include exhaustion, frustration, depression, apathy, headaches, gastrointestinal distress, sleep disturbances, intrusive imagery, and fear. These negative effects worsen over time if the underlying cause is not addressed.

Compassion Fatigue Part 4: The Many Faces of Mindfulness

Compassion fatigue is a state of mental and physical distress that occurs when caregivers are chronically exposed to the suffering of others. Symptoms of compassion fatigue vary and might include exhaustion, frustration, depression, apathy, headaches, gastrointestinal distress, sleep disturbances, intrusive imagery, and fear. Compassion fatigue is a state of mental and physical distress that occurs when caregivers are chronically exposed to the suffering of others. Symptoms of compassion fatigue vary and might include exhaustion, frustration, depression, apathy, headaches, gastrointestinal distress, sleep disturbances, intrusive imagery, and fear. These negative effects worsen over time if the underlying cause is not addressed.

Compassion Fatigue Part 5: Brainstorming Your Way to a Personalized Self-Care Plan

Compassion fatigue is a state of mental and physical distress that occurs when caregivers are chronically exposed to the suffering of others. Symptoms of compassion fatigue vary and might include exhaustion, frustration, depression, apathy, headaches, gastrointestinal distress, sleep disturbances, intrusive imagery, and fear. Compassion fatigue is a state of mental and physical distress that occurs when caregivers are chronically exposed to the suffering of others. Symptoms of compassion fatigue vary and might include exhaustion, frustration, depression, apathy, headaches, gastrointestinal distress, sleep disturbances, intrusive imagery, and fear. These negative effects worsen over time if the underlying cause is not addressed.