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Join Yvonne Brandenburg, RVT, VTS SAIM and Jordan Porter RVT, LVT, VTS SAIM as we talk about:
- We are doing a bit of a throw back this week, as we discussed how to stay healthy in the past, applying to physically and financially. Staying healthy in our difficult career. We discuss physical health, as well as financial wellbeing. These are all important topics and while we are not experts at all, we can offer a lot of resources to help stay healthy.
Question of the Week
- What do you do to disconnect and keep yourself healthy?
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Resources We Mentioned in the Show
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline's Crisis Chat team:
- Vet Tech Cafe Episodes in May 2020
- Vet Tech Cafe - Joe Defulio episode,
- Vet Tech Taproom Episode 4
- Vet Tech Cafe - Beth Armstrong Episode
- Vet Tech Cafe - Kim Spelts Episode
- Vet Tech Taproom Episode 5
- ‘When Caring Hurts: Dealing with Depression in Veterinary Medicine’. Melanie Codi LVT, CVT, VTS (Nutrition). Today’s Veterinary Nurse. JAN/FEB 2017, PERSONAL WELLBEING;
- ‘7 Mental Health Resources for Veterinary Technicians’ Flavia Vaduva - May 6, 2019. Retrieved on 6/13/2020
- AVMA state well-being resource:
- Physical health impacts mental wellbeing. AVMA
- Occupational health hazards in veterinary medicine: Physical, psychological, and chemical hazards’. The Canadian Veterinary Journal by Tasha Epp and Cheryl Waldner. Can Vet J. 2012 Feb; 53(2): 151–157.
- Arizona wellness resources:
- 'Five Simple Ways To Get And Stay Financially Healthy'. NJ Falk ForbesWomen. Apr 22, 2019.
- 'Why Your Financial Health Matters'. Eric Rosenberg, MBA and Cara Herbert. Self by INC.
- ‘Lowering Radiation Exposure in your Veterinary Practice’. Veterinary Practice News. June 14, 2019.
- ‘Cancer in the Veterinarians’. BMJ Journals.
- ‘Cancerous Agents Warrant Precautionary Strategies’. DVM360. October 1, 2001.
- ‘Cancer in Veterinarians’. NCBI. 2000 May
- ‘Occupational health and safety in small animal veterinary practice: Part I — Nonparasitic zoonotic diseases’. NCBI. 2002 Aug.
- ‘Zoonotic Diseases’. Merck Veterinary Manual. May 2015.
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– Yvonne and Jordan