Study on supporting positive veterinary mental health

The Atlantic Veterinary College (University of Prince Edward Island) and the Ontario Vet College (University of Guelph) are conducting a study to enhance support for positive mental health in early-career veterinarians. The researchers are specifically interested in the transition period between graduation from veterinary school and the first few years of working as a veterinary practitioner. They will conduct one-on-one interviews with veterinarians within 15 years of graduation to inform the development of a well-being training tool that can be used by veterinarians to better navigate the first few years in practice. View the following link for the eligibility questionnaire: 

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