Euthanasia is an intensely emotional experience for everyone. As veterinary professionals you might have experienced a mix of emotions around euthanasia, maybe grief or fear or anger or pride or joy. Dr. David Hannah, at Simon Fraser University in B.C. is leading some fascinating and eye-opening research around one’s personal comfort zone at euthanasia.
Join this webinar to hear Dr. Hannah explain what a comfort zone is, how we can be more aware of the zone and its facilitators and hindrances, and do your veterinary work, especially euthanasia and other intense work, more effectively and sustainably. This webinar is the second in a series of webinars of the “Time to Talk about Vet Mental Health” Merck-CVMA initiative. The vision to come together as a community and have open conversations about mental health in Canadian veterinary medicine.
Click here to join the online webinar. Use meeting code 742 401 639.
To access the conference by phone, call 1.844.401.2619. Use meeting code 742 401 639.
For more information, visit the CVMA website.