This presentation will provide participants with the current research results related to first-ever national faculty wellbeing study in the veterinary profession. This study will highlight data points for discussion and provide evidence-based approaches and recommendations for consideration. Environmental factors and wellbeing metric comparisons between academia and non-academic workplaces that impact wellbeing in the profession will also be discussed.

At AAVMC, we believe that personal and community wellbeing, even in high-performance environments like medical education, is not only possible, but crucial. This course aims to expand the current knowledge of wellbeing; its connection to diversity, equity, and inclusion; and to help students create their wellbeing care-plans prior to starting veterinary college.

At AAVMC, we believe that personal and community wellbeing, even in high-performance environments like medical education, is not only possible, but crucial. This course aims to expand the current knowledge of wellbeing; its connection to diversity, equity, and inclusion; and to help students create their wellbeing care-plans prior to starting veterinary college.

This course is available only to students who have been accepted to a veterinary program.