Tune in as we chat with Kamira Patel, a 3rd-year veterinary student at UC Davis. Kamira shares her veterinary school application strategy, how she narrowed her choices based on priorities, and her unexpected favorite part of veterinary school.

 

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Tune in as we chat with Amber McElhinney, a 2nd-year veterinary student at UC Davis. We take a deep dive into her pre-veterinary strategies, from research to applications and interviews, to the detailed financial implications. She shares what she wishes she had done differently and advice to other pre-veterinary students. 

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Tune in as we chat with VIN Foundation Vets4Vets® team member, Dr. Susan Cohen. We discuss the difference between compassion fatigue and burnout and explore a new concept Susan has identified as the Red Shoe Syndrome. 

In this episode you will hear us discuss the VIN Foundation Vets4Vets® resource, it is available to all veterinarians and free. If you or someone you know is struggling, please reach out to Vets4Vets® by emailing or calling: (530) 794-8094
 

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Tune in as we chat with VIN Foundation board member Dr. Matt Holland, and hear the story of his unconventional path to being a veterinarian. Matt shares the positive impact of his time in leadership with SAVMA, how the coronavirus has impacted his family’s living situation, and what it’s like being a millennial in this age of COVID. 

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What does a wet lab have to do with a free TV? Tune in as we chat with Shiloh Landskov, a 4th veterinary student at the University of Illinois to find out. We discuss what it’s like being a veterinary student in the age of COVID-19, the benefit of giving back with her VBMA service, ideas she has to stay connected with classmates, and how to appreciate the small things in the midst of these uncertain times. 

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Welcome to the launch of the VIN Foundation's Veterinary Pulse podcast.

Join us as we talk with veterinary colleagues about critical topics from student debt to mental health. And share stories. stories connect us… as humans, as animals, as a veterinary community.

This episode we're talking with Dr. Bree Montana, our Vets4Vets® team leader. Dr. Montana is a veterinary practice owner and on the front lines supporting veterinarians as they reach out for confidential peer-to-peer support. We discuss how Vets4Vets® can help colleagues and offer tips and suggestions in the age of COVID-19. 

You may learn more about Vets4Vets® on the VIN Foundation website: https://VINFoundation.org/Vets4Vets or reach out at Vets4Vets@vinfoundation.org