Working in veterinary practice can sometimes feel like a rollercoaster ride. Some days are full of obliging patients, satisfied clients and medical breakthroughs, whereas others… not so much.
Veterinary staff, as with many healthcare professionals, face occupational health risks such as compassion fatigue and burnout. As a veterinary professional you likely know it’s important to protect your physical and mental health, but you may struggle with how to achieve this on a daily basis.
This course gives you the ability to build practical, effective, evidence-based strategies to ‘put your own oxygen mask on first’. The course is relevant for anyone working in a veterinary environment (clinical and non-clinical), and is suitable for an international audience.
Although designed to support you over 30 days, the course is entirely self-paced; you can engage with the learning materials at your own speed. Learning is supported through live webinars (which are recorded and can be viewed at a later date), bite-size videos, selected readings, discussions, and reflective work. This course takes 6 hours to complete and a certificate of participation will be provided at the end.
Key topics covered in the course include:
The course will launch in May 2017 - to pre-register, use the enroll button above. If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Jenny Moffett is a healthcare coach specialising in communication, well-being and career topics. She holds a veterinary degree from the Royal Veterinary College, a Diploma in Coaching and Mentoring from the Institute of Counselling, and is an Institute for Healthcare Communication-accredited coach. She is a member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons and the European Mentoring and Coaching Council. Jenny has over a decade's experience in helping members of the veterinary profession to get the most out of their qualifications and experience.
Jenny is also Managing Director of SkillsTree (www.skillstree.co.uk), supporting healthcare professionals in developing both personally and professionally within their careers.